nogooddeedgoesunpunished

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    nogooddeedgoesunpunished posted an update in the group RP Level 1: Great Lawn 1 year, 6 months ago

    A chapter advancement in the pre-schoolmaster era. The class in now in the orchard. Enjoy and please leave suggestions!
    @hortfan369
    @thesgeturtle
    Now safely in the orchard, the group could relax. The euphoria seemed like the perfect place to relax on honey-wheat grass, and drink crystal-clear water. Within moments, everyone had let down their guard. Everyone, that is, except Evelyn. She stood at the edge of one of the ponds and peered down into her rippling reflection. With a flick of her finger, the trout swimming lazily around the lily pads turned white as snow, and the delicate petals that they swam under were bleached as well. A few wasps of fog drifted across the surface of the pond, under the control of her fingertips. Playing with the wisps, they jumped into moving pictures of frogs leaping and flicker-bugs lighting their tails. Evelyn shook out her tunic and rolled her shoulders. She was safe. No harm was to come to anyone here. A second later, a wind burst through the fog, smashing it into shards of crystal that fell into the pond below. A deep chuckle emanated out from behind her, and Evelyn’s momentous fear turned into annoyance.
    “Whatcha doing beautiful?” An everboy with a thick, throaty voice eased himself on the grass closest to her. Evelyn had a favorable physique, and was ever attracting unwanted guests. She tried to remind herself of all the fair maidens that had found true love by looking their best.
    “Oh, just thinking. Getting ready for the good deeds examinations.” She unleashed a small sigh, and smiled coyly at the ground. The everboy laughed again.
    “A pretty thing like you couldn’t fail the test on purpose.” His rough hands tipped her chin up. Evelyn shuddered silently, and her smile became a grimace. Without a sound, the grass around the everboy drained of color, stopping at his shined shoes. A noxious odor drifted up from the grass behind him. The child turned red as a tomato, stammered, and jogged off. Evelyn smiled at the invisible gilkins around her, and whispered her thanks.
    Now safely in the orchard, the group could relax. The euphoria seemed like the perfect place to relax on honey-wheat grass, and drink crystal-clear water. Within moments, everyone had let down their guard. Everyone, that is, except Evelyn. She stood at the edge of one of the ponds and peered down into her rippling reflection. With a flick of her finger, the trout swimming lazily around the lily pads turned white as snow, and the delicate petals that they swam under were bleached as well. A few wasps of fog drifted across the surface of the pond, under the control of her fingertips. Playing with the wisps, they jumped into moving pictures of frogs leaping and flicker-bugs lighting their tails. Evelyn shook out her tunic and rolled her shoulders. She was safe. No harm was to come to anyone here. A second later, a wind burst through the fog, smashing it into shards of crystal that fell into the pond below. A deep chuckle emanated out from behind her, and Evelyn’s momentous fear turned into annoyance.
    “Whatcha doing beautiful?” An everboy with a thick, throaty voice eased himself on the grass closest to her. Evelyn had a favorable physique, and was ever attracting unwanted guests. She tried to remind herself of all the fair maidens that had found true love by looking their best.
    “Oh, just thinking. Getting ready for the good deeds examinations.” She unleashed a small sigh, and smiled coyly at the ground. The everboy laughed again.
    “A pretty thing like you couldn’t fail the test on purpose.” His rough hands tipped her chin up. Evelyn shuddered silently, and her smile became a grimace. Without a sound, the grass around the everboy drained of color, stopping at his shined shoes. A noxious odor drifted up from the grass behind him. The child turned red as a tomato, stammered, and jogged off. Evelyn smiled at the invisible gilkins around her, and whispered her thanks.

        hortfan369 replied 1 year, 6 months ago

        🙂 that`s really good! And I`m pretty sure you double-pasted it or something cause it repeats. It`s really good though!

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