Storm Hawks, Defenders of the Far Side, Chapter 13Aerrow sat on the Condor's runway, his feet dangling over the side and the wind buffeting him from all directions. He didn't mind… he had got used to it. He had been sat outside for the better part of the last six hours, thinking things through. He hadn't been able to stomach the shocked and somehow pitying looks on his teams' faces so he had just walked out. Now that he thought about it… he wasn't that surprised by their reactions.
After all… Dark Ace had been their enemy for quite some time… though if he thought back… it had only been a couple of years… Aerrow sighed. Having accepted that it could be true, he had avoided his own advice and started to dwell on it. Now he found he could not stop. What could it mean? How could this affect things… These thoughts had been tumbling around inside his head for hours, and he just couldn't seem to find the answers.
He started as light footsteps came up behind him. At the gentle hand on his back, he realised that it was Piper.
"Aerrow?" her voi
Storm Hawks, Defenders of the Fra Side, Chapter 16Aerrow opened his eyes and held back a groan as he pushed himself into a sitting position. He felt as though his entire body was on fire. Testing his muscles, he realised that he must have pulled a muscle in his right arm. From the ache in his chest, he figured that he must have at least two fractured ribs, and he knew that he must be covered in bruises. There was a deep cut in his right arm, and down his right leg, from halfway down his calf to the knee, and his left arm was covered with small cuts and scrapes. And, to top it all off, he had a raging headache, probably from the huge gash in his forehead. Putting his hand up to it, he found that the blood had stopped flowing, though some of his hair was matted where it had been covered in it, as well as his face and the arm of his outfit. Not that it mattered. With all the rips, tears, slits and blood on it, it wouldn't be good for anything. He looked around, and realised that he was in a small room, with the only light coming in from