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Book 2, Chapter 8: A Twist On Air-Travel

Elsaic’s first words after seeing the dragon were, “Wanna ride him?” Brigora jumped on without hesitation.
“Oww,” Rumbled Pinkie, “You are wrinkling my scales!”
Brigora scooted forward to make room for Elsaic, but she just said, “I am giving him to you.”
Pinkie took off just as Brigora said, “I have no idea how to fly thisss thiinnngggg!” Elsaic shrugged and turned her eyes skyward to watch how Brigora handled “Pink Manliness”.
Meanwhile Brigora had gotten used to this new form of air travel. She had pressed her body against the dragons sleek pink back. She was speeding through the air like a torpedo.
“I love this!”

Book 2, Chapter 7: Pink Manliness And It’s Owner

Brigora was panting on her bed in her room when she heard a knock at the door. She collected herself, then rose to open it. She opened the door. Behind it was a girl with white hair, a black and turquoise dress, and a purple cape with a snowflake gem. Her hair had been coiled into a bun. A silver tiara perched in her hair.
She said softly in her chilly voice, “My name is Elsaic.”
“Born with the power of snow, or cursed with it?” Asked Brigora.
“Born!” Assured Elsaic quickly. Then a soft glow filled the room. Brigora reached up and touched her necklace, Elsaic her cape. Their matching snowflake gems were glowing.
“Who do you think you are!” exclaimed Brigora.
“Queen of Fraendell,” She said calmly, “Who do you think you are?!”
“Queen of Fseacia!” They both gaped, and then broke out laughing.
“I want to show you Pinkie,” said Elsaic. She turned and led the way down the castle’s many hallways and corridors. When they reached the doors that led out into the courtyard. Elsaic said, “Prepare yourself, Pinkie often surprises strangers.” She flung the door open. Outside there was a giant pink dragon. “Pinkie is just a baby,” said Elsaic.
“I told you not to call me Pinkie,” grumbled the dragon. Then he turned to Brigora, “You can call me Pink Manliness.”

Book 2, Chapter 6: Meet My Personal Bodyguards!

Brigora was taking a walk in the palace courtyard when two slim girls wearing white dresses walked up to her. One had long brown hair, the other short red.
The brunette declared, “We wish to serve you, your majesty. I am Lyla and my sister is Zae. I have mastered the art of healing while Zae is learning it.” Brigora was wary. She turned and fled into the palace, the healers trailing after her.

Book 2, Chapter 5: Aiela Defeated

The sack was tipped upside down and Framata and Aiela fell out onto the prison floor. The merte holding the sack strode out of the room.  Aiela saw Framata but could not speak for the gag had been fitted firmly around her mouth.
Instead she said, “Mmmmhhh.  Mmnnhhj!”  Framata’s bindings had loosened during the trip and she shinnied out. She scurried over to Aiela and began untying her ropes.  The next thing she knew Aiela had keeled over.  She was dead.

Book 2, Chapter 4: Through The Portal

When Kailer had fallen through the portal, she hadn’t died. She had fallen into a room with no walls. Instead of walls there were emptiness, space. She hadn’t worked up enough courage to jump into that never-ending blackness. Instead she sat on the floor, to ponder her life.
Mom would have dove into the blackness in a heartbeat.   I will never be as brave as Aiela. Kailer thought. She laid on her stomach, thinking despairing thoughts. She didn’t even know if her mother was alive. She wasn’t dead yet, but she would be. She would die of hunger and thirst. On that happy note, she took a deep breath and dove off the side of the platform.

Book 2, Chapter 2: A Lesson On Escape Tactics

Framata body-slammed the gate, Pandra tried negotiating with it, and Ladaria punched it. Brigora, on the other hand coated it in ice, and then burned it so hot the bars melted. Framata, Pandra and Ladaria ran throught the lake of steaming water yelling things like
“Yippee!” and “Free at last!” While Brigora picked her way carefully around the scalding puddles, holding up her silver-grey dress. Once she was through the water she aimed a shot of wind at it and dried it all up. Her friends would need a “shot of wind” too. To clear out their brains. What had happened to their brains she didn’t know, but they certainly weren’t in their owners heads!

Book 2, Chapter 3: Tricked!

Framata was so excited. Aiela had promised to start archery lessons today! She styled her hair into a hasty bun and pulled on the white blouse and green pants that Aiela had given her. She raced down hallways and tripped down flights of stairs. Finally she reached Aiela’s door. She collected herself and knocked. Aiela didn’t answer. Framata cautiously opened the door. Aiela was lying on the bed, tied up and gagged. A merte was standing beside her. It lunged at Framata, rope in hand, and in a second she was tied and gagged up on the bed like Aiela. Both of them were tossed into the same sack, and then a merte grabbed the sack and hauled her out of the room. After that there was a lot of silence. Finally, she fell asleep.

Book 2, Chapter 1: The Two Rashids

One Day Brigora, Framata, Pandra, and Ladaria were having a meeting concerning the battle, When iron bars slammed down over the quartz archway leading into the throne room. That was the only exit. They were trapped. Everyone except Brigora panicked. Brigora cooly rose from her seat on the throne, donned her silver crown and walked towards the gate. She alone could see a man with black hair and a blonde girl, standing on the other side of the bars. The man had a crown. It was black with red jewels embedded on the points.
He said, “I am Eliah, king of evil.”
The little girl said, “Daddy, don’t do this to her.”
Eliah said, “Be quiet Zia,” and with that he strode away. Brigora walked back to the girls who had by now, calmed down. She walked to a chest in the room and opened the lid. She extracted four blankets and laid them out on the floor.
“Why are you being so quiet Brigora?” asked Pandra.
“I am thinking,” said Brigora slowly, and Pandra knew she wanted to concentrate. Brigora then said, We might as well get comfy, we might be here a while.” Framata reached into her bag and withdrew some grapes. She passed them around. Brigora sighed. She was trapped again.