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The Spirals World War - Act VIAct VIThe Spirals World War - Act VI by Caitlin-Silver
Aurora groaned as she sat up, her head throbbing all the while. What the hell had happened? She could remember walking through the streets of Dragonspyre, talking to Max, running away from him, going to see Liam, and then - oh my god.
The silver haired woman sat up quickly, forgetting the pain of her head. "Holy shit."
She remembered. She remembered kissing Liam. "Holy shit," she said again. Never in a million years did she dream that she would do something so indecent as kissing. It was disgusting to say the least. It was unbelievable to Aurora that she had did that but apparently she did. She remembered doing it. However, after that, her memory went hazy. Nothing came to mind after that. "What the hell?"
A door opening alerted Aurora to a new presence. "I see you're up."
A bright blush quickly spread onto Aurora's face as soon as she saw who it was. "L-Liam!"
The tall man looked at her curiously. "Hmm? What is it?"
The Spirals World War I - Act VAct VThe Spirals World War I - Act V by Caitlin-Silver
Cheryl stared at Seraphyna, letting the words sink in. After a few minutes of endless, perpetual, silence, she let an awkward laugh escape her lips. "Ehe, is this another one of you and Damian's little games?"
"Of course not!" The Unicorn said, her words laced with a slight anger. Cheryl flinched at the tone. She wasn't at all used to Seraphyna being mad at her. After all, Seraphyna never had anything to be mad at her for. But, what she said just didn't make sense. Damian was happily playing in the garden up until only moments ago. How could he just wander off?
"What," Cheryl started, hesitantly. "What do you mean he's gone?"
A glowing aura emanated from Seraphyna's horn, showing her obvious discomfort and anger. "It means exactly that. I walked back to where I left him and he was no where in sight. I tried checking the perimeter of the outside of the garden fence, scanning the area for anything suspicious but... I found nothing. He's just gone.
The Spirals World War I - Act IVAct IVThe Spirals World War I - Act IV by Caitlin-Silver
Brynne didn't know what to think about the order she had been given. She had killed before, yes, but never a child. She'd never had a reason to. It made her feel awful, guilty almost. An order, however, was still an order. She couldn't protest what she was told to do. Brynne wouldn't even try to, either.
The former wolf scout knew what was expected of the Queen by her people. The only way to keep them from bickering with the other worlds of the Spiral or doing something worse was to keep them appeased. Brynne knew Caitlin was stressed out and she was sorry she couldn't offer any sympathy; it wouldn't matter anyway. What could she say that would help?
Brynne sighed as she stood next to the Queen as they overlooked the celebration that played out in front of them. The party was one that happened every year. The occasion? The Queen's birthday. This year's celebration would be especially more happy for the people of Avalon. The war made them cheerful. It sounded so
The Spirals World War I-Act IIIAct IIIThe Spirals World War I-Act III by Caitlin-Silver
Caitlin was getting antsy waiting for Molly and Lindsey to return; what was taking those two so long?! It was a simple task, really. It shouldn't take them a whole day and a half just to deliver it. "This is ridiculous."
Brynne stood in the palace throne room, watching the Queen pace back and forth. She did have to agree with Caitlin; it didn't take this long to deliver one simple letter. Unless, some trouble had intercepted the two girls. It was possible but the people of Wizard City were too nice to actually do anything to simple messengers. Besides that, James was past friends with Molly and it was unlikely he would even think of harming them. True, Lindsey's appearance might make him uneasy, but the blonde was practically harmless. The most she had ever killed was a simple fly.
"Your Highness," Brynne interjected. "I don't believe it wise to continue on like this."
The silver haired Queen stopped her pacing to look up at her companion. That sentence could have several meani