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The prince and the mermaidprincess Chapter 4The same night Alexis was wide-awake. She looked out of her window, sighed and sat on her bed.,, What do I do now? Sheppard won’t leave me alone, and I am not happy down here…" She thought for a moment, then swam out of the window. Carefully, she hided from the guards. And when they didn’t look at her direction, she swam as fast as she could to get away from the castle.The prince and the mermaidprincess Chapter 4 by ceciliethehedgehog
It was cold and the stream didn’t help either. There was no beautiful reef, it was all barred and an underwater dessert.
“Where is it?” mumbled Alexis to herself as she looked around, but did not find what she was searching for.
“It’s supposed to be around here… course you darkness” she coursed under her breath. She continued to look, but did not find it.
“There is supposed to be a cave around here…There it is!” The moonlight flashed gently the cave there was around five meters under her. She quickly dove and reached the entrance.
There was a
[The Ballad of the Roses - YGO!AU] 0. Prologue[The Ballad of the Roses - YGO!AU] 0. Prologue by r0saspina
The rain was relentless and cold, the muddy ground was marked by a multitude of footprints. A man with snow-white hair stood solemnly on what seemed to be an enormous ancient tomb. It was not so strange to find destroyed tombs in the Necrovalley, renowned home of demons and dark spirits. But that one was different from the others, and not only for its large size. The air around it smelled not of death, but fear; it was obvious that what was hiding inside the tumulus was not a common spectrum or monster, but something more powerful, more obscure and more ancient of all the creatures that overran the valley. Something more evil, an entity forgotten for millennia.
The young man leaned toward the tomb, moving the rubble and searching around. He dug for long minutes between the numerous remains of the gigantic stone cairn. The rain poured on him, soaking, while curious creatures watched him from behind rocks and other debris, too frightened to attack but too interested to go
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