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Ophelia knew perfectly well that she could navigate Greece just fine on her own, but she didn’t want to upset Melody and make an enemy.
She nodded and forced a laugh. “No, I was just being stupid and was heated in the moment. Everyone knows you shouldn’t listen to Olympian gossip; I’m sure you’re a great guy,” she said, not believing…[Read more]
The young witch laughed darkly. Judging from the whispers on Olympus, it made sense that he wouldn’t remember her. Still, she wondered if she was being too ******* him. After all, she had only been to the house of the gods once, and it had been a short visit since no relative of Circe was appreciated.
“I’m Ophelia Delianos. Circe’s…[Read more]
Ophelia looked over at the new arrival. As soon as she saw his face, she was shocked; it was Derrick, son of Hedone. She had seen him in Olympus the one time she had been allowed to go (meeting her great-great grandparents and all that), though she doubted he recognized her.
The one thing she did know was that he was not to be messed…[Read more]
Aoibh PoV (because side plots are fun)
A house sat atop a hill, beautiful and warm. It had gables and was covered in flowers, surrounded by trees.
A green-eyed and blonde woman- the mistress- made tea, a blend of lavender, lemon, and honey that she poured into pretty china cups.
The master, broad-shouldered and muscular, with dusty brown hair,…[Read more]
also, I apologize for the pretty bad writing; I was in a rush so I just word-vomited, basically.
Ophelia PoV (this gets a bit into some family tree stuff ((which is very confusing)) so if you have questions feel free to ask)
Ophelia smiled at Melody. “The Odyssey’s a great name,” she said, “though don’t mention it in front of my great-grandma. One time, when I was really little, I visited her with my grandparents, and I asked Telemachus…[Read more]
Astrid smirked, hanging back, not wanting to put her hand in. Team name? How lame.
“I’m Astrid Lynne of the Frostplains. Gerda and Kai were my parents. I can control animals.”
She didn’t want to divulge any other information about herself, so she just looked at the rest of the people expectantly.
She felt that the same Evers that…[Read more]
I like what you did, the relative of Circe is good and the daughter of Gerda and Kai is Evil. 😉
Admittedly, Ophelia turned out more evil than I originally planned, but yeah, Astrid’s the daughter of two Evers 🙂
Emotions were rushing through Gabe’s head like a herd of horses, thundering and pounding against his brain so that he could hardly think.
When Diana kissed him, it was like when a machine that hasn’t worked for years suddenly shudders to life.
He was giddy with excitement, stunned by amazement, and he had a pleasant bubbling feeling…[Read more]
Gabriel PoV (because we haven’t heard from him in a while)
Gabe set his bag down by the cool firepit and got out a lighter, one he had made himself with paraffin from lamps. It wasn’t fancy, but it got the job done well enough. Obviously, there was a spell for it, but Gabe still felt that mechanics ******* magic wherever he was, even it it was a…[Read more]
Hey, all! Back with another Project: Incubation chapter. I apologize for its length, but I’m in a rush.
Evie Grace de Leon
Evie threw a knife at the wooden board forcefully, causing p…[Read more]
thanks! maybe she can run into one of the members of Nyssa’s group while she’s trying to rob them?
Sure thing. I’ll put that in my next POV for Nyssa 🙂
“Thanks,” Ophelia said, “but I prefer to stick to my roots. My great-grandmother has had some… problems with curses and hexes and such in the past, and I like to follow in her footsteps for most magical things.”
She shook her head at the apple and tossed Melody something in a bag. “It doesn’t go bad; that’s its beauty,” she said.…[Read more]