Gold DiggerThere once was an ancient tomb located in a small, unknown valley, located in a mountain range explored by few people, with the tomb being known by even fewer explorers. On most days, the tomb was left alone, its giant doors keeping it isolated from the rest of the world... but today was not one of those days. A loud boom resounded through the ancient tomb as the giant door sealing it from the outside world dented inwards. Another loud boom, and the doors, whose only fault were that they were just doing their jobs as ancient doors, collapsed a bit more as they came off some of their hinges. A final boom, preceded by a loud canine snarl, and the poor doors blasted off of their hinges completely, caking their assailant with a heavy layer of dust.
“Wow,” the attacker's partner said with a snark, “Guess you're more useful than you look eh?”
The attacker, a tall, green werewolf, tried to growl out an insult in reply but just ended up coughing and sneezing more,
Reincarnation"Why did I come out here again?"
The grumbling raccoon hugged herself tightly as the chilly breeze made her shiver. Elly cursed at herself for agreeing to this stupid blind date that her friends had planned out for her. It wasn't as if Elly hadn't tried dating before; she had tried various methods to find her ideal mate, from speed dating to online matchmaking, yet she could never really build a relationship with anyone she dated. It was stupid that she had agreed to the date, when it was so obvious that it would fail just like the other dates. It's not as if she'd ever find her true love after all, since that only happens in fairy tales.
As Elly walked down the large main road of the city, a road wide enough for the horse-drawn carriages that walked along it millennia ago, she noticed several pillars, remnants of a large Roman-style building that used to exist in the center of the street. The raccoon smiled. "Well," she thought to herself, "even though they sent me out in this crappy