Chapter 23: The Gates
Posted on March 7, 2014 at 12:01 am by Brooklynn and
Tiefadi, Ladaria, Coe, Sae, and Framata were on a boat to Alaentu, sitting in their little cabin they all shared. It was a half day journey. Their cabin was an empty room. Coe had found a tattered book on the deck and was reading it aloud to Framata, Sae was having a tickle fight with Tiefadi, and Ladaria had her head poking out the window because she was seasick.
“I hope this is over soon,” Groaned Ladaria. Just as she said that a man in the hallway said,
“We are at Alaentu.” With that Ladaria bounded out the door and left the others to catch up.
When they attempted to leave the boat a merte’s arm halted them.
“Hey Curly,” The Merte said to Tiefadi. “You’re coming with me,” and with that he grabbed Tiefadi roughly and shoved her into a sitting position. “You can go now, girls. Curlytop won’t be seeing you any more though,” and then Ladaria and Framata ran, with Sae and Coe trailing behind. There was a giant gate stopping them from getting into Alaentu. A Merte stopped them and said,”I am sorry but no one may enter Alaentu.”
Chapter 22: Empty
Posted on March 6, 2014 at 11:59 pm by Brooklynn and
The city of Fseacia was empty. Groups of merte patrolled the area. Lord Nefarious’s work had finally paid off. Lord Nefarious yelled,”Search the city! Murder any who refuses to leave! Fseacia shall be renamed Nefariousville!” That day, from the tallest tower in Nefariousville, a black and red flag replaced the blue flag of Fseacia.
Lord Nefarious walked towards the desolated palace, and down to the castle dungeouns. There, a whimpering girl lay in a cell, and her name was Brigora Dewleaf.
“Hello Brigora,” said Lord Nefarious sweetly. Then Brigora said bravely,”These handcuffs are very cumbersome, is there any chance I could take them off?”
“Never!!!” Screeched Lord Nefarious. And with that he strode away.
Chapter 21: Coe and Sae
Posted on February 23, 2014 at 10:43 pm by Brooklynn and
After Framata’s encounter with Daesa, Tiefadi, Ladaria, and Framata had decided to move along to a place called Alaentu. On their way their way there they saw two sisters with auburn hair, scared out of their wits. Ladaria went over and kindly asked their names. They were Coe and Sae. After a brief talk with the children, Ladaria had arranged for her to adopt the girls. Coe was nine, and Sae was six.
By the next day the kids were calling Ladaria “momma”. Coe loved playing with Framata, and Tiefadi’s excitement was just what Sae wanted.
After an long day, Tiefadi came bounding into Framata’s room, curls bouncing.
“Outside there is a carriage leaving for Alaentu in 5 minutes.”
Five minutes was not enough time.
Chapter 19: The Test
Posted on February 23, 2014 at 10:41 pm by Brooklynn and
Pandra was walking down the hallways when a Sar Din Dae came to her and said, “Please come with me.”
“Why?” Pandra asked.
“You are to be tested to see if you are ready to become a Sar Din Dae, girl.” Pandra’s mouth dropped open from amazement, but she quickly closed it.
“Finally,” She whispered happily, and allowed some spring into her step. While the Sar Din Dae was guiding her deeper and deeper into the fortress, they passed Iva. They waved at each other. The Sar Din Dae said,
“My name is Fela, Pandra. We are almost there,” Pandra nodded. She was beginning to feel nervous. What would there be? She thought. Other girls they passed probably thought she was crazy, because she was half laughing and half crying (from happiness of course).
They stopped walking in a Large stone chamber. In the middle of the room there was a swirling purple mist, in the shape of an oval. Fela said, “When you step through the mist, you shall see projections, hallucinations, of dear things or people in trouble. You must use your magic to do the best you can to stop whatever problem there is from happening.”
Pandra did not wait. She stepped nervously through the mist.
In the mist she saw Framata fighting merte and failing at winning. Pandra cast lightning bolts into the sea of merte, pushed on by panic. When she had disintegrated all the mertes she ran towards Pandra, but before she reached her the world inside the mist started fading.
When the mist had fully evaporated she stood in the chamber again and Fela was smiling down on her.
“You have done exceedingly well, not just defeating the mertes but proceeding to help your friend. You, Pandra Rodengloss, you are a Sar Din Dae!”
What about Iva?” Pandra asked. “She isn’t a Sar Din Dae yet.”
Fela answered, “Oh yes, Ivatan is being tested right after you.”
Chapter 20: The Assasin
Posted on February 23, 2014 at 10:39 pm by Brooklynn and
Framata had been annoyed by Tiefadi enough, when Daesa walked into her room. Except it wasn’t Daesa. All along Framata had had a sneaking suspicion that Daesa was not on their side. Daesa was in normal clothes, but she held a ruby hilted dagger.
“Time for you to die,” hissed Daesa. Daesa was blocking the door. Then Framata ran to the wall and jumped. Out the window.
Ladaria was awakened from her nap by Framata’s shrieks. She went into Framata’s room to only to find Daesa, with a knife. Framata had been right about Daesa. She was an assasin. Ladaria quietly closed the door, and locked Daesa in. When Daesa found out about this her howls were heard throughout the inn. Then Ladaria raced outside to find Framata laying in a bush. She was a bit shaken up by her encounter, but not harmed. Ladaria grimaced when Framata rose out of the bush. The thorn bush.
Chapter 18: A New Friend
Posted on February 6, 2014 at 11:09 pm by Brooklynn and
Pandra was having a good time training, in fact she was one of the top students, but a bad time making friends. Of course she had Stella, but she was away at Balford again. One day, when she was striding through the corridor, a small girl with raven black hair shyly said
“Hi, my name is Ivatan,” Pandra said
“Mine is Pandra. Could we be friends?”
“Sure,” said Ivatan a bit more confidently.
“So Ivatan-” Pandra started to say.
“Please just call me Iva,” Ivatan said.
“Ok,” said Pandra. “Where is your room Iva,”
“I think it is the one right next to yours Pandra,” she replied. Pandra glanced at her watch
“Oh sorry, I will be late for my lessons,’
“Me too,” giggled Iva.
Chapter 17:Put the Plan Into Action!
Posted on February 6, 2014 at 11:07 pm by Brooklynn and
The evil lord Nefarious was in his lair with a piece of paper and pen. He really wasn’t getting anything written down, but a plan was formulating in his head. He thought I must catch that Brigora girl, with her I would have so much power. Beside.
“I will put my plan into action now,” he announced in his cold, steely voice. “The world will bow to me!”
“Boss,” said a merte voice from outside the room “are you singing again?”
“I do not sing!” said Lord Nefarious defensively. “I didn’t get her with that poison dart, so I will go there myself!
Chapter 16: An Annoying Addition
Posted on February 6, 2014 at 11:06 pm by Brooklynn and
Ladaria, Framata, and to Framata’s dissapointment, Daesa were staying at an inn called The Flock of Geese. They all got their own room, but the rooms were the tiniest things ever. There was a bed and a table and that was it. The only reason they had stayed here was because it was the cheapest inn to be found in the expensive city of Dadan Sae.
There was a knock on Framata’s door, who said “Can I come in,” Framata replied
“Sure,” A girl with shiny brown curls sprouting out of her head came in.
“My name is Tiefadi,” She said “What is yours?”
“Framata,” Replied Framata.
“I have a room here in the inn too!” Exclaimed Tiefadi. This girl is way to easily excited for my liking thought Framata.
“See you later,” said Framata uneasily. This girl pushed her off the edge.
“Yes and we can eat lunch together and go to the fair! I can’t wait!” said Tiefadi. “I will travel with you everywhere!”
Chapter 15: Earth to Brigora!
Posted on February 6, 2014 at 11:03 pm by Brooklynn and
Brigora awoke in her bed, Pandra gazing at her with worry stricken faces. She was lying in bed. Her side was agonizing. I guess that is the place I was struck she thought. Stella was rummaging in her bag for something. Suddenly Pandra said excitedly
“Look Stella, she is awake!” Everyone completely ignored her except from a hushing sound from Symbol. Symbol was enjoying her new snow powers by casting snowflakes everywhere.
“Can you stop with the snow,” asked Stella.
“I am making her comfortable,” said Symbol huffily.
“Nice excuse,” said Stella. Then Brigora said weakly, in barely a whisper
“Hey guys, I am alive here,” forcing a smile onto her pale face. It startled everyone, and Symbol shot ice everywhere, which melted almost immediately, causing a small flood. Brigora allowed herself a small joking laugh at Symbol.
“Yep you are,” said Pandra.
Chapter 13: Symbol
Posted on February 6, 2014 at 11:00 pm by Brooklynn and
Brigora had just realized that queens did not simply snap their fingers and make all their troubles go away. That was how the children stories told it. Of course she had fancy rooms and a crown, but the most important thing was missing. Her friends.
A knock on the door broke her thoughts. She was about to say irratibly “Go away,” when three girls tramped in and one said “Hello my name is Symbol and these are my friends Leala and Ranila,” The queen’s eyes widened at the soft golden glow surrounding Symbol.
“Symbol,” she said “May I talk to you in private,” They walked to the back of the chamber together.
“You are a Ghotame,” said Brigora.
“People call me a Flasker,” Said the girl called Symbol. They both said together,
“Let’s combine our powers,” So they did. Brigora shot some snow in the air and Symbol threw some sun. Suddenly Brigora felt a change. She could wield sun, and Symbol snow. They were one.
“I will send for another crown to be made,” Said Brigora.
“Why?” Asked Symbol.
“So you can be queen with me, Symbol. It is very rare indeed, it is a miracle we found each other.,” said Brigora.
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