To Catch a Breeze

To Catch a Breeze

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N.A. Carson By varzanic Completed

--Elemental Series-- (Wind: Book 3)

The wind can be a subtle thing, until Jerric gets a hold of it. 

He loves the rush of forming a tornado and blowing away anything that gets in his path. When encased in his wind tunnel, he lives for the power. He feels invincible. 

Jerric is a very talented shifter, too talented at times. His winds have the signs of originating from the north, which worries his parents. Jerric secretly hopes so. He wants the norther god to offer him a place in his ranks. And with the his help, Jerric dreams of becoming the strongest wind shifter that will ever exist. 

Powerful enough maybe to even dethrone the embarrassment know as the southern wind god, Notus. The sad thing is for the poor god, Jerric could.

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Bleh188 Bleh188 Sep 08, 2017
Well, gids have special powers. For example: Fin is of fire and ice however he cant do the transport thingy that Zoran can (Zoran said it was gods only).
God_Its_Jackson God_Its_Jackson Jun 30, 2017
He gets to pick. Wow. Poor Fire and Ice birds. They had no such luck.
A_Spoonful_Of_Salt A_Spoonful_Of_Salt Jul 20, 2017
But can a child /really/ create a breeze?
                              
                              *waves arms back and forth*
                              
                              Yes.
                              Yes a child can.
Rimoleaf Rimoleaf Jun 26, 2017
Also having mixed emotions :'(
                              I'm worried if it'll be good because I like Fin's story, but I'm excited too
Lu51015 Lu51015 Jul 22, 2017
Gosh, it feels weird to not read about fin doing something dumb every 5 seconds.......
RottenPotatoe RottenPotatoe Sep 05, 2017
Alright...another destructive teenager. Just what this world  (fandom) needs