Grand Illusions 30
19/10/2019 02:56

I don't know why it's called what it is? It was most likely just a holding name, but i'm going to keep it! This was made sometime in July, I feel some notes could be changed around and it may sound nicer? I bet that's why it was still in my drafts.
I've also decided to put one of my stories on a bit of a hiatus, to focus on another one.
But i'm going to give out the main plot of that story. To give a better idea of it. I might do this with you other four other ones I have if no one minds.
(I still don't really have a name for it, but it's the mirror one.)
You have a mirror in your house, it's been there since you moved in. Why get rid of a free mirror? So, you kept it. One day you decided to clean it. and fell through it into the world on the other side. startled by a sound, you went back through. You got scared that if you could go though, what could come out? You arranged for it to be taken away. When the people got there, they yelled at you for wasting their time. They couldn't see it. You called a friend up to see if they could. They couldn't either. You touched it again, and once again, fell through. But this time, you can't get back. The reason being the king, Heiko. Is trying to close the portals that allow the worlds to connect, due to finding out some frighting information. Closing the portals is starting a war. The king's cousins, Ivo and Lark. Which are next in line to the throne, leave the kingdom to try to find a "friend" from long ago, in hope that, that "friend" can make things better. You find that "friend" when you fall through the second time. Now it's only a matter of finding one another.

I hope everyone's having a great day!

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ROBObermann on Oct. 19, 2019, 7:16 a.m.

This sounds like it can be a great story!

83 on Oct. 19, 2019, 7:54 p.m.

nice job

Kaleidiope on Oct. 19, 2019, 9:26 p.m.

Thank-you, guys!

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