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Hello and welcome to the Part Four of The Storybook Chronicles! This is chapter two of said story. What are the Storybook Chroncles you ask? It is a collab story that I’m doing with @thestoriangirl (aka Ella) and formerly @beachbionic (aka Sofia) who hasn’t been on this site for awhile, and it follows the adventures of three girls and their patrons.
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I led the way to the Flowerground Ride, with Lily following me. Peregrin twittered.
I don’t like this ride.
Too bad. It’s the only way we can get to the School without walking for days and days and days and days and-
Okay, I get it.Can I just fly instead; I’ll keep close to you.
I don’t think that’s allowed. Why don’t you like it?
“Hey, Maya! Stop spacing out!” Lily said, joining me at my side. “Look, here comes our ride.”
Evidently, while I was talking to my Patron, we had made it to the Flowerground. Yellow flowers, which I didn’t know the name of, drew to a stop in front of us. We sat down on two seperate flowers, holding onto the handals. The flowers began to move, stopping every so often for more students. Peregrin chirped nervously and fluffed out his feathers, so he looked like a robin ball.
After a while, we began to finally move consistently. Several minutes passed. The flowers stopped, and we stepped off the flowers. We grabbed our luggage and left the Flowerground Ride behind. There was the School in front of us.
“Look, Peregrin, we made it,” I announced to the fluffed up robin.
He wiggled slightly to give Nova a head scratch with his beak. The little bird chirped in protest.
“Maya, come on,” Lily nudged me. “Now who’s wasting time?” She added jokingly.
“Whatever,” I retorted.
We followed the flow of the crowd until we reached the school for good. I noticed that some people cast glances at us and whispered to each other. I guess that comes with being semi-famous.
“I wonder what’ll happen this year,” I said.
“Hopefully nothing; I’ve had enough adventure for a long time,” Lily said.
“But that’s no fun!” I protested.
“Oh, so being kidnapped and almost killed by a brainwashed teacher is fun?”
“That’s not what I meant, and you know it,” I retorted with fake annoyance.
“Oh, there’s Professor Dovey,” Lily stood on her tiptoes to get a better view.
Students around us exchanged uncertain and suspicious glances.
Professor Dovey was on the steps that led into the Main Hall. “Greetings, students! I hope you had a pleasant break, and are now looking forward to your fourth- and last- year at the School for Good and Evil,” She declared. “This year is going to be a bit different, however. For, you are all going on quests in sets of teams. These quests will determine whether or not you become a fairytale hero or a fairytale mogrif.”
Students whispered excitedly. I exchanged an excited glance with Lily, while Peregrin twittered worriedly and fluffed out his feathers until he was twice his normal width. Be careful, other you might fluff yourself so much, you explode.
I’ve never seen it happen, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
Peregrin deflated slightly.
“Now, I will be announcing each team, so listen carefully. Oh, and as for your quest, you will need to find out what it is by yourselves,” Professor Dovey smiled mysteriously.
AAHHHHHHH AM I ALOUD TO SCREAM? THIS IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING! CAN I GET ANOTHER CHAPTER OUT TODAY?-