My Ranking Points
Sorry this is so short, I didn’t have a lot of inspiration. The other chapters will be longer, I promise
Reba awoke to darkness. She wiggled around, trying to figure out where she was. Upon further inspection, she found that there was a sack on her head, blocking out the light. Her hands were unbound, so she sat up and pulled the sack off her head. She was sitting in a dimly lit carriage. There were two black-leather benches with a small space between them for people’s legs. Dark lacy curtains covered the windows on either side of the carriage. Reba was sitting in the gap between the seats. With a small jump,she realized that Elanna was snoring away on one of the leather seats. Reba frantically shook her, trying to wake her up.
“Wake up, you idiot, wake up!” Reba cried. Elanna’s eyes fluttered open.
“Whaddya want, I’m tired” She slurred, before closing her eyes and drifting off again. Reba shook her vigorously until her eyes shot open and she sat up abruptly.
“I’m awake!” She bellowed. Reba ****** back, startled. “Sorry.” Elanna laughed.
“It’s fine.” Reba replied quickly. “Do you know what happened? How did we get here?” Elanna frowned, as if struggling to remember.
“I don’t know.” She said slowly. “The last thing I remember is seeing the School Master…” She ****** her head towards Reba. “OH MY GOD, WE GOT KIDNAPPED BY THE SCHOOL MASTER!!!” She shrieked. Reba blinked.
“How do you know?” She asked. Elanna shrugged
“I don’t.” Elanna said. “But who else would have kidnapped us?” Reba thought she made a fair point. She pushed aside one lacy curtain and looked out the window. The only thing she could see were trees zipping by. She turned to Elanna.
“How long do you think we’ve been in this carriage?” She asked. Elanna shrugged.
“I dunno. The last thing I remember is having a sack shoved over my head and something heavy hitting my head.” The carriage bumped over something and seemed to slow. Reba checked the window again.
“Elanna, is it just me, or has the carriage stopped?” Before Elanna could answer, the carriage ****** and the door violently opened. Before either of them could react, the carriage shuddered and somehow spit them out onto the ground. Reba stumbled and grabbed at Elanna for balance, but Elanna wasn’t paying any attention to her. She was staring at the two massive castles in front of her, one dark and gloomy, the other bright and cheerful. Suddenly, to birds made of bones swooped down talons outstretched to grab them. As they carried Reba and Elanna up and towards the towers, Reba could only process one thing: They were at the School for Good and Evil.