Random Useless Facts About Ara...1) When I draw Ara, I draw her with only one eye showing. It is partly because I cannot draw two eyes to save my life, but also because that's how she wears her hair in every day life. The side of her face she keeps hidden is scarred by lines that look like claw marks. It makes her feel self conscious whenever people comment or notice them.Random Useless Facts About Ara... by ~Ara-Cook
1a) Her scars are three lines vertical down her eye, and three hortizontal across her cheek.
2) Ara has deep blue eyes, with flecks of gold in them. Since I'm not very good at arting, it's usually not displayed.
3) Ara is usually portrayed as a shapeshifter, her alternate shape being a large gray wolf, with a black stripe running from the tuft of hair on her head, covering her ears and ending at her tail. She keeps her scars no matter what form she's in.
4) When I originally made Ara, I never intended to keep her for very long. She was meant to be one of my meanest human characters. When you take in the fact she was made to be a over controlli
Rise of the Brave Tangled Dragons StoryToothless sitting in a wingback chair by the fireplace with a pair of spectacles muchRise of the Brave Tangled Dragons Story by ~KarraWolfOfInsanity
too small for him a pipe hanging out of his mouth, cane in one hand as he uses the
other to take the pipe from his mouth and says "Dear boys and girls, are you ready to
hear to wonderous tale of my Rider, Hiccup, and his three friends on their grand
quest?" In an old man voice.
And then there would be Jack frost, just kindof slowly appear on the arm of the couch
beside toothless. He looks sad and tired, though he manages to pull a wry grin for
the little children gathering 'round.
Jack: You look so much like they did, kiddos. You don't even know how much...
The kids are fighting, hair gets pulled, there's crying.
Jack: "Hey heey kids settle down. I got something for all of you. Good ol' poppa
Jack gives the three children three different things: A viking helmet. A Hairbrush.
And a wee bow and arrow.
The children stop fighting and crying and finally settle down for story time,