Chapter 1 Part 3: The Magician? Her eyes, flew open, quickly to escape from the nightmare she experienced. She would see that along with the moon still out, that she also had a blanket placed over her. With caring hands she pulled it over her and went back to sleep. "Thank...you...." She managed to say before drifting back to sleep. Back in the house quirky sounds could be heard inside. The sounds would continue all night and through part of the morning. When they finally stopped,
Chapter 1 Part 2: The Meadow Kurumi wandered into a thick bundle of tall grass, though calling it tall in her case would be a lie. She had seen what looked like a lake from where she stood and wanted to check it out. Walking through the grass was difficult however, while she could easily traverse it she didn't want to accidentally crush a poor animal because she was careless. She payed close attention to the way the grass contoured to her legs and feet as not to cause that mistake. 'W
Chapter 1: Long Silence The girl found herself in a meadow, the pouring rain running down her cheeks. Her snow white hair becoming dirty in the mud, she didn't care she only would only lay there. It was already hard to determine if she was crying or if it was only the rain. One thing was certain however, she was upset. Vastly upset, over what might be the last time she ever saw a day of sunshine over her head. What would await was surely a dark cloud over head is what she would think.
The Past Earth. It has various races living upon its surface. But what about the diverse cultures they each bring to the table? Are the races, that find themselves different then others, to be shunned just because of diversity? Giants, elves, dragons, humans. These four races are what made the earth so vastly beautiful, but over the years only humans remained. Dragons, elves, and giants are all but long gone now due to humanization of the earth. The world that one such girl would come
Chapter 1 Part 4: The Ball? Kurumi was astonished that there was a magician right in front of her. She was amazed that others could use magic but she wasn't too sure on how his worked. She knew how her own worked but not his. "So you can use magic? Can you show me?" Her eyes were just about glued to him as he nodded his head and proceeded to close his eyes and raise his hands into the air followed by twirling them around and then releasing them into a rivet of color making a pair of sw