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“This issue mixes the sweetness in which Zara and Wheeler begins their friendship and the cruelty of what a war is, there is a wide range of emotions”–Un Comic Mas
Mother and Father,
Now that everything with Rainbow has settled, things are sort of normal. Still, I hate this school.
Why is being a Princess so tiresome? We had dining etiquette today. Apparently, if I use the wrong fork it can start a war? That’s crazy! Other then size these forks all look the same? Whoever heard of a war starting over how a salad was ate? Father, did you ever want to start a war with Penelope’s father because he used the wrong fork? I don’t remember it. It didn’t happen. And if it did, it happened in the past, haven’t we gotten smarter. It’s mad.
I asked the Queen. She banged her head against the wall. It was funny but writing an essay about fork placement is a pain. Why does she hate me? Is it because Penelope and I don’t get along? I don’t know. But, I think Penelope and I’s arguments are better cause for war then fork placement.
I miss you. I love you. I’ll make you proud.
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Things have gotten worse since the Rainbow incident. Penelope hates me… again. Why? Because I said Kyra’s story is better than the Tale of Galen and Nena.
Mother and Father,
I messed up. I lost Rainbow, but it’s not as bad as you think.
Regardless of what you may have heard, I did not take Rainbow into the Forbidden Woods. We were riding near them but not in them. Continue reading “What Happened to Rainbow by Zara”
The Assembly Line was our source of life. Until it stopped working. No more of us were created and we declined. The war accelerated this. Still, the Assembly Line served a purpose. It was neutral ground, until Tyrannis seized it under cover of night. The Guardian and his defenses were no match for a Decimator blitz. Continue reading “The Fall of the Assembly Line by Ultimus”
I don’t know what Kyra’s life was like before she married King Tomas, but it doesn’t matter compared to what she did. Walking in the forest one day, Kyra heard a cry that sounded like a banshee and a dove. Drawn by the sound she found a baby dragon.
Pitying the poor creature, she took the baby raised. Kyra fed and sang to her dragon, whom she named Starlight. When people asked she told them it was a lizard. It didn’t last long, the dragon went from a baby to an adult and people were scared.
Kyra didn’t care. She’d raised Starlight since he was baby so he loved and trusted her. Here’s where the story gets exciting. Continue reading “The Ballad of Dragons by Zara”