Lunamay has a minion!

Tsalea the Kenta

Legacy Name: Lunamay

The Nuclear Feli
Owner: ChinaMina

Age: 12 years, 2 months, 2 weeks

Born: August 14th, 2009

Adopted: 12 years, 2 months, 2 weeks ago (Legacy)

Adopted: August 14th, 2009 (Legacy)


  • Level: 504
  • Strength: 1,365
  • Defense: 1,365
  • Speed: 1,365
  • Health: 1,365
  • HP: 1,365/1,365
  • Intelligence: 766
  • Books Read: 711
  • Food Eaten: 3586
  • Job: Ardent Art Archivist

There was once a young girl that lived in a tiny village far off from civilization. She loved to dance and sing, but more than anything, she loved her special wooden flute that her father had carved for her. He taught her how to play it and she kept at it. Sometimes, her neighbors would stop by her hut just to listen to her play. This girl with the wooden flute was named May, although some would call her Luna, for she loved to play under the moonlight best of all. One day, when May was exploring the outskirts of her village,she saw a young boy whom she had never seen before. This scared her, for she knew he might be a threat to her people. She leaned down behind some bushes and watched him carefully. Where was he from? What did he want? Maybe he would just pass by, yeah, he'll just look around, and then leave. This is what May told herself, but alas, the boy started to walk in the direction of the village. She got up and started to run to warn her people, but she tripped and made a loud thud. The boy came running and saw her lying there. He looked very surprised, but didn't say a word, just watched her. After a minute, he finally said, "Who are you? Do you live here?" Before he could get a reply, May got up and ran away, but not in the direction of her village; that would be stupid, she'd just be leading him to her own doom. So she ran away from the village instead, hoping he would follow her. He did, and as scared as she was, she kept running. She didn't know where she was going, or what would become of her, but she wouldn't let anything happen to her small village. No matter what, she would protect it. "Wait! I just wanna talk," the boy yelled. He should have known that she wasn't going to just say okay and listen to him; she was too scared, and she didn't want to act stupid. She quickly climbed a tree and hid there, watching. The boy ran past the tree, not seeming to notice her, then stopped and rested his hands on his knees, gasping for breath. "You're a pretty fast runner aren't you?" he said, looking up at her. She almost slipped off of the tree for being startled, but hung on tightly. She didn't speak a word, and just glared at him. "Look, I'm lost and I was just looking for directions, or some place to camp for the night. If you really don't wanna help me, I'll just go," he said, turning to leave. She watched him walk away, and didn't call for him, didn't chase him, just let him go. When she was certain he was gone, she started to walk around, making sure he wasn't nearby. When she turned a corner, she saw him trying to pick some fruit. "Stop!" she screamed. The boy whirled around, startled. "...T-those berries are poisonous...," she mumbled. "So don't eat them..." He smiled at her and walked over to her, shaking her hand. "I'm Koskay," he said. "And you are?" May hesitated for a moment, then said, "May...but you can call me Lunamay if you want." Koskay smiled and asked, "Now, will you help me, or are you going to run away again?" May looked away and thought for a moment. "I'm not sure...," she mumbled. "Oh I get it, you don't trust me. It's alright, I think I can manage on my own," he said. "Are you kidding me? You almost had the most pathetic death; death by berry. You need me," she told him, and they both started laughing. "Well...I've never really been out in this kind of environment," he told her. "Then what are you doing here?" she wondered. "Well, I was riding my horse when he got startled by a loud crash, I fell off, and then he took off running. Then I went exploring and found myself lost in this forest...I'm really uncoordinated," he said, shyly. "Well I'll help you," she said. She still wasn't sure she trusted this man, but she figured she would give him a chance. "But you must promise me one thing; you must never, ever, tell anyone about this place," she said, very seriously. "About this forest?" he asked, confused. "No, about this," she said, running, and gesturing him to follow. When they turned to a cave, he started to feel a little suspicious. But when he walked through the curvy cave and into the tiny, but beautiful village, he realized it wasn't what he had expected at all. May was a naive girl, and shouldn't be showing this place to strangers, but now that he knew, the villagers would all have to trust Koskay.

Pet Treasure

Shinwas Flute

Pet Friends