Grand Illusions 20 / Muro Box 20
24/05/2019 22:33

(Story draft/ idea number...I-I've long forgotten. Been writing this for so time now and it's been going smoothly, so why not give a few details.)
" Years back when practices of dark magic were well known, a man dipped himself into the world to bring good. But with everything good, must be some bad, especially when dark magic is involved. This man seen pain, People with pain. It hurt him. He wanted to make a place where people could go where there would be no chance that the pain would come to mind, so they could take a break of the pain. The man made "Curse Keys". They would appear in a persons life that needed a break, all the person had to do was to find it." "After losing someone you cared about deeply, You broke a glass figure, inside was a curse key. Before going to sleep you picked the key up to look at it. You fell asleep with it in you're hand. The key took you to the world. First, you meet gale, who takes farther in the world. Then Castiven, Zion, Theodora, Mia, Wil, Jayden and Marelle. They were made to help you escape. As for, the bad was that the keys put you in a coma without a lot of time to wake up. The longest being 2 weeks. But they can't help any case leave, you need to find the exit yourself.

Sorry for the length! I hope everyone's having a great day!

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ROBObermann on May 24, 2019, 11:17 p.m.

Nice story once again. You can always tell an interesting narrative

Kaleidiope on May 24, 2019, 11:20 p.m.

Thank you so much!

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