My Ranking Points
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I never expected to be invited into the School for Good. My family wasn’t particularly well off and my entire life I had expected to work at my family’s farm forever. I had never dared to dream of anything else, so imagine my surprise when an acceptance letter arrived in our mailbox.
My family couldn’t believe it either, none of them had ever attended the School for Good and Evil. Even though they never directly told me, I could tell they didn’t expect me to make top marks at school. Despite this fact, I couldn’t help but begin to fantasize a life where I didn’t work at my family’s farm. What that new life would entail I wasn’t sure, would I become a great sorceress, not likely, or would I become a princess, even less likely. Or maybe I would go to school for a few years and then return to Foxwood like it never happened, the most likely outcome.
My mind was still foggy with these thoughts swimming in my head when I popped out of the Flowerground and landed in front of the School for Good’s castle.
I looked around and saw about sixty, stunning girls around me. Some had blonde hair, others brown and black. Some had dark skin and others had light skin. Some had deep brown eyes, while others had blue, green, or even purple eyes. However different all these girls were, they were all absolutely beautiful.
I brushed off any dirt on my simple blue dress, and began introducing myself to the girls standing closest to me. All I was able to say was “Hi, my name is Abigail,” before a new girl would appear in front of me. They were all extremely cheery, almost annoyingly so. Some of them did seem especially kind however and I felt myself drawn towards those girls. One was named Tiffany, she had olive skin and long blonde hair. Another had beautiful dark skin with raven black hair whose name was Laila. And the last girl I met before the nymphs and fairies led us into the castle introduced herself as Katelyn. She had short brown hair and had a golden tan. Hopefully I would be able to make real friends out of some of these girls I thought as I walked into the castle.
I immediately noticed all the portraits on the walls, filled with some of the most famous heroes in all the woods. There was Snow White and her prince, Robin Hood, Peter Pan, and so many more. I couldn’t help but stare at them with awe. These were my childhood heroes, and now I was getting the chance to receive the same education as them. I felt a surge of pride and hopefulness. I decided right then and there that I would try my absolute best to become one of those great heroes.