Danny Phantom Porn Story: Astra Luminari Chapter 6

Danny Phantom Porn Story: Astra Luminari Chapter 6

Astra Luminari

By: Garnet Sky

Disclaimer: I don’t own Danny Phantom.

“Brancheth the circle, where the planets roll to pour their wished influence on the world.” — Dante Alighier

Twelve

Danny somersaulted onto a kinatsora tree branch, changing to human in mid-flip. He crouched low and observed two people in the clearing below him.

A tall man with a tight fitting black long sleeve shirt with a saltorel emblazoned in crimson on his chest, black pants, and black boots with a crimson roll was holding a triangular pad, using a small blunt object to press tiny buttons on the keypad.

Danny groaned. “A heat sensor,” he muttered, turning his attention to the other person.

She was dressed in a semi-transparent turquoise gown pleated from the shoulders. On her head was a feathered headdress of royal blue and flaming crimson. Her purplish skin, golden cat’s eyes, and wild emerald hair screamed ghost to Danny, but he didn’t see a glowing aura of any sort.

He pushed aside a few branches for a closer look.

“Anything, Joack Fain?” the purplish skinned woman asked.

“Just a couple of weird readings, Sno,” the man said, looking up. He had short brown hair and grey-blue eyes.

“What are the readings, Joack Fain?” Sno questioned.

“I swear Savitar, how many times must I tell you to call me by my given name: Fain. Joack is so formal.

“My people are taught to respect all lifeforms,” Sno Savitar answered, then frowned. “We are observed.”

Danny crouched lower in the tree’s crown. Had she seen him?

“Sno, I’m getting some really wonky readings on this gizmo, not to mention there’s something off with the heat sensor,” Fain replied, shaking the triangular PDA-like device in his hands. “It’s reading a hot-natured person nearby with a cold core.”

Sno’s eyes were closed. “I can sense different times in this place. If we go north, midnight will greet us with zephyric ice. West and south share the heat of noonday. East lies with the present.”

“Fits in with the wonky readings,” Joack Fain muttered.

Danny had to bite his tongue to hide his laughter. That description fit Ment all right. Suddenly, his world turned upside down. Something was shaking the tree!

“Hey!” he protested, as the earth rushed to greet him. He gulped, as the purplish-skinned woman halted his descent and set him down. Her golden eyes shot pierced his soul.

“Relax, Sno. It’s just a kid,” a crew member in silvery white garb said, emerging from the craft. She knelt down beside him. “I am Ztheax Theomer, archon of this ship.” Her warm blue eyes were gentle and calming.

Danny flinched away from her touch.

Sno’s hands reached out and pinned him to the ground–hard. “He looks human, but has a cold nature of such I cannot define, Ztheax Theomer,” she said. “He is one of the usljfhaey.”

Fain snorted. “That’s just an old ghost story designed to scare Ramosean children,” he scoffed.

Danny reached out with a tendril of energy and shocked the weird-looking lady. He flipped back onto his feet and regarded the humans with an annoyed look. “Who are you and why have you come to Astra Luminari?” he demanded.

“It is we who will ask the questions, boy,” Ztheax told him.

Danny ran a hand through his hair. “Can you leave this star isle?” he asked. “I’d rather not have to be healed by the Observants again.”

“Star isle?” Joack Fain said, punching in the coordinants on his device, then blinked rapidly. “Stupid piece of,,,,”

“Joack Fain!” Sno Savitar yelled. “You dishonor our guest with such language.”

Fain blushed furiously. “Beg pardon,” he apologized, “but we’re not in the Ziku Quadrant, Ztheax.”

Danny nodded in understanding. “Unless you wish to be old and decrepit by sundown, which is in five minutes by Ment time, I suggest we get going.”

“Just what is this place?” Ztheax asked, putting hand to forehead. “I’m getting a headache just thinking about all this.”

Danny regarded the trio quietly, then sighed. “Welcome to Ment,” he told them. “The only star isle in the Archipelago, besides Ena, guaranteed to give you a migraine.”

Ty, you and Memory are in charge of the ship until we return. Ramos, don’t screw up,” Ztheax called to a tiny blue octopus who hovered near two other crew members brave enough to stick their heads out of doors.

“Roighto!” the creature gurgled merrily.

“We’re screwed,” Fain muttered low enough for Danny to pick up. “Okay, kiddo, let us grab some hover sleds.” Danny decided not to mention the little known fact of the star bridge between the isles.

Danny gave an amused smile to the man. “The name’s Danny,” he said, extending his hand. “Danny Fenton.”

“Are you usljfhaey?” Sno Savitar asked, when everyone was suited up and ready for flight. Danny rolled his eyes at their rediculous get-up. They looked like Batman meets the Smurfs.

“I do not know what usljfhaey are,” he replied.

“Ramosean ghosts,” Joack said through the speaker in his helmet. “Really bad juju.”

“Whatever,” Ztheax interrupted. “Danny, you can ride with Fain, if you wish.”

“The House is just seven islands northwards,” Danny said. “Just get me into the air from here and I can guide you.”

“I do not trust usljfhaey,” Sno said.

“I’ve lived in the Archipelago for two years now,” Danny told her from his seat behind Joack Fain. “You are wise not to trust me so easily.”

Joack hit the thrusters and soared off after the others. “Hang on!” he called back to Danny over the roar of the engines.

“I should have just flown or called the bridge,” he thought he heard Danny grumble as the engines drowned out his voice.

“So what is Ena?” Sam asked Clockwork, the portal fading from view.

“That is where I want you to go for me,” the Time Master answered. “On Ena, in the Cobalt Sand Mines, grows a very rare plant that can penetrate the time shield. It is heavily guarded by Rroca–an invisible footprint.”

“An invisible footprint?” Sam asked him incredulously. “I really hope you’re joking.”

Clockwork’s face told her he wasn’t. “Danny must not know of this. You must get him to bring you into the House. Plant the seed in the three drops of z’zyara liquer you will find in a bronze basin on a low bronze pillar. The time shield keeping Danny tied to the Archipelago will disappear. If you recall, the Observants bound him to the Archipelago with the rare potion these two ingredients form.”

“He will be free to come home?” Sam asked him, her hopes rising.

“No,” Clockwork dashed them just as swiftly. “His family has forgotten him, if you will recall. Only you and Tucker retain your memories untampered with.” He smiled. “The Observants are not always as thorough as they’d like to believe.”

“So what good is it if the time shield is gone?” Sam asked him.

“That I cannot say,” Clockwork answered her. “Good journey, Samantha.”

Sam flipped him the bird and walked briskly from the room.

“She’s in rare form today,” Clockwork murmured, watching her take off in the Spectre Speeder. He winced in pain as his eyes flashed from their normal crimson to the color of deepest blood.

“All is falling into place,” the spectral intruder whispered through Clockwork’s lips. “The time shield will soon dissolve and the star isles will fall.”

A/N:

Islands of the Archipelago:

Ment (South): located seven islands south of The House; The laws of physical Time do not always go according to the rules. Only humans are safe to venture here, hence the Observants returning Danny to halfa status. Ramoseans and Octopii are slow receptors of the island’s time-jumping quirks. The crew of the star scouter Zahav are stranded here until further notice.

Ena (West): located about fifty miles below Hellohat; location of the unnamed plant which can penetrate the time shield binding Danny to the Archipelago. What the effect will be when and if Sam can find the plant and get it into the House remains a mystery.

The House (centermost isle and core of the Archipelago): Only Danny can enter.

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