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Alise Chapter threeAlise blasted a small ball of light at the dummy. It hardly even made a dent in it. Alise looked up to the sky and groaned
“How do you get it to be so powerful?” she moaned to Eric the guy who had been assigned to teach her.
“You really just have to concentrate on light and, warmth, and everything that the Light Kingdom stands for,” he said then he shot a huge ball of light obliterating the dummy all together. Alise looked at her feet disappointed she couldn't even hardly make a dent while he exploded the whole thing.
“Hey it’s ok, I was pretty bad myself until I started practicing,” he said trying to boost her spirits.
“I doubt it,” she replied bitterly still angry that she was failing at this.
“Hey don’t be so negative I started a lot earlier than you did and I wasn’t very good when I started either,” he s
Chapter two Artemisius
Artemisius walked into her father’s counseling room, outraged at what he was about to do.
“You are not sending more troops to fight for this ridiculous war you started!” Artemisius screamed at her father. Her father tensed, seeming very unpleased by her screaming.
“I am the king dear, I will do what I think will benefit our kingdom the most,” he said still not looking at her. The other council members in the room looked very uncomfortable with the situation.
“Well, I don’t think It’s smart to just send our kingdoms men willy nilly to their deaths,” Artemisius said still looking infuriated.
“I am not sending them to their deaths,” he said turning to face her. “I am your king, I will not have a 15 year old girl tell me what to do, even if she is my daughter,” he finished. His face a br
Chapter One: AliseChapter one Alise
“My love, oh my love,” Alise said dramatically reading from her poetry book, “How can I stay near you when all the world tells us it’s wrong, but our hearts say it’s right?” she finished the last words after almost half an hour reading to her pet Pegasus Felix.
“Well Felix, I'd rather like that poem. I’d like to find love one day even if it’s forbidden,” Alise sighed.
“Ah well, overall it was a good poem, your thoughts?” The white Pegasus put its hoof to its chin in thought. Its blue eyes gleamed like sapphires in the sun and its bright white fur was like marble.
"Well, I thought it a bit cliche, but the whole was alright I suppose,” the Pegasus replied almost smug like it new so much more than Alise did. Then again it really did since it was three hundred and she was only 14.
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