Yes, I left you in a big cliffhanger last chapter. I will try to not let that happen with this one, but we shall see... Anyways, I would love it if you gave me feedback, even if it is bad. I would like to know how I am doing.
Riversun opened her eyes. She was still in the meadow with Pebblewind and his soldiers. After she had blasted their wings with starfire, they had groveled to her. She was now their leader.
“I have to catch up to my friends,” she neighed to the crowd, “and you are going to help me.” Pebblewind tilted his head.
“I didn’t blast all your wings with starfire. There are still some of you who can fly. Those steeds are going to bring me there.” The pegasi who could still fly stood up. “All of you will come with me. They might need help.” Riversun whinnied.
Two pegasi picked her up by her wings. As the pain flooded through her wings, Riversun was aware of a tingling in her gut. A reserve of starfire she didn’t know existed. Instinctively, she let it flow through her body.
The pain immediately melted away, and when Riversun looked, her wings looked glossy. In shock, the steeds holding her dropped her, but Riversun opened her wings and flew.
Changing her mind, she landed and blasted everyone with the starfire. All the wings glowed gold and repaired themselves.
“Change of plan! Everyone is coming with me!”
The first thing Morningmist was aware of was a light breeze on her face. Coughing, she opened her eyes. The harsh sunlight made her squint.
“Am I dead?” She nickered. A wave of pain flooded through her stomach and she gasped in pain.
“She is up!” A voice bellowed. Morningmist twisted and tried to see who was talking. A mare moved above her with something green in her wing.
“Eat this sweetie.” The mare neighed. Morningmist opened her mouth to reply, and the mare stuffed the green thing into her mouth.
The green thing was bitter. Morningmist tried to spit it out, but the mare put a hoof over her mouth.
The world began to spin. Darkness.
“You can wake up now.” Said the voice. “The berries are out of your system. Morningmist opened her eyes. A face swam above her.
“Who are you?” She asked weekly.
“My name is Lakeroot. I know who you are Morningmist.” Morningmist struggled to stand up. Lakeroot helped her.
“Why did you help me?” Morningmist neighed, stronger this time.
“Icefeather didn’t want you to die of course. You couldn’t help him then.” Morningmist staggered at the mention of Icefeather. Another thought leaped into her mind.
“Where is Starfrost? What have you done with him?” She sharply whinnied.
“Relax. He is fine too. He was in a worse condition then you, but he has also responded to the herb I gave you.” Lakeroot comforted.
“Show me to him!” Morningmist cried out in anger. Lakeroot looked startled.
“Show you to him! Icefeather told me to keep you apart at all times! Besides, he is not ready for visitors yet.” Morningmist stomped her foot.
“Show me to him now! I need to know that he is alright!” She stamped her hoof again, harder this time.
“I can’t!” Lakeroot whinnied. Morningmist whirled around and attempted to stalk out of the cave to look for him. She rocked on her hooves.
Lakeroot immediately came to steady her. “A little fresh air won’t hurt.” She nickered and helped Morningmist come out of the cave.
“I will find a way out of here!” Morningmist vowed and glared at Lakeroot.
“You don’t have any friends to help you!” Lakeroot shoot back.
Sadly, Morningmist looked at the sky and suddenly began to laugh.
“What?” Lakeroot questioned. Morningmist laughed some more and looked at Lakeroot.
“No friends? My friend is right here!” She snorts.
Riversun and her party flew out of the clouds.