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Hi guys!! @bladedancer104 and I are working together on our stories, so if you read her chapters you might want to read mine. Also, if you guys have read or watched A Midsummer’s Night Dream, the changeling child is Antares.
As the daughter of the King and Queen of the faeries, Reverie was used to getting a lot of unwanted attention, but at least now she could sort of blend in with the other princesses (except none of the other evergirls had lavender purple hair). She felt sorry for the Never-looking princess called Lyria, who stood out like a black witch moth in field of brilliantly colored butterflies.
Reverie enjoyed her classes and was glad that they didn’t seem difficult. Jane, her roommate, had decided that finding friends and followers was more important than actually doing well in her classes.
After every class, Reverie always found time to meet with Antares to discuss what she learned and what she thought about her classmates.
“I think Animal Communication is the easiest class, Cobweb and Moth taught me how to speak to animals when I was little.” She ran her fingers through her hair, trying to smooth it down over her slightly pointed ears.
Antares nodded, “I think living with Faeries has prepared us for school very well, although I am glad I don’t have to be your Father’s page anymore.”
“I know, I miss home but for some reason I don’t miss him either.”
At dinner, Reverie had to sit by herself because Antares hadn’t finished some homework (she thought that was very irresponsible of him but she wasn’t going to tell him that), it was kind of nice to be alone for a little while, she could watch everyone and eat her food in peace.
A loud cry came from the Never side, startling her and making her almost spill her drink on her uniform. She turned and saw the girl called Lyria running towards the fairies lining the School for Good barrier.
Reverie sensed that strange feeling that her Father had trained in her to sense powerful beings. Something was NOT right about this. ‘That girl is too powerful to be here!’ Her thoughts raced, wandering through all the possibilities of a villain who had achieved a Nevermore being here at the School for Good disguised as a student.
She stood and walked up to the barrier, wanting to see what would happen.
“Leave him alone, or I swear you’re going to regret the day you set foot in the School for Good and Evil!” Lyria growled at a Never boy she had grabbed by the collar.
Reverie slipped passed the fairies guarding the barrier and noticed a small boy laying on the ground in front of the powerful girl, she helped him up, glancing at Lyria and gasped;
Lyria’s hands were glowing with an inklike stream of energy.
Reverie turned and ran. Lyria was probably more powerful than most of the teachers at the school. “I just need to meet her to see if I’m right.” It was time to plan.
Thanks for making Lyria seem cool! This chapter is awesome! 😉
I tagged y’all because you guys read my sister’s chapters!!!