My Ranking Points
My readers, this is for your tiring wait:
They say terrible things happen to you here…but I don’t know for sure anymore. I was supposed to go to the School for Evil, that’s what I was trained for anyway. Telsa taught me to be as evil as possible. Evil equals something I knew and embraced with opened arms. The School for Evil was supposed to be my home; my escape from my town. Why did I get the school of Good? School for Good was foreign, terrible even. Who wanted to be kissing princes when you could be concocting poisons? But ever since I could remember, I felt a pull toward Good…I just didn’t want to admit it. So I hid my feelings and trained myself to be the most horrible witch out there. But then I got sent to the School for Good. I still went toward Evil things but at my core was Good things. How was I ever going to survive?
When I arrived, I was shocked. So shocked I fainted. I am not the fainting type. When I fainted, to my extreme bad luck, I fell into a group of goody-too-shoes. I woke to a handsomely terrible face…I awoke to a prince. I flew up and punched him in the head. He flew up, up, and landed on his back on the ground. The princess standing next to me looked at me and then at him.
“What did you do to Prince Demi?” Her blonde hair and brown eyes didn’t stop me from swinging at her. She blocked me, turned me with a flip, and held my hand behind my back.
“You WILL say you are sorry or I will call my birds on you.” Man, first day and I already had birds willing to fly in my face.
“Sheesh, chill…all I did was sucker punch him. Besides he was in my personal space.”
“He was trying to see if you are okay, now say you are sorry!”
“Sorry, sorry! Please no birds.” She undid her strong grip on my arm and helped me up.
“UM so I will be going.” I say trying to sneak away.
“Hi, my name is Bellona.” Says the girl, while grabbing my hand and shaking it.
“People call her Bell for short,” says Prince Demi, coming up behind me. A bruise was being to form on his left cheek. Bellona goes over and wraps her arm around Demi. Demi pecks her on the cheek.
“Blugh! Too much PDA. I am out.” I head toward the school. I make my way up the stairs to the girl’s common room. My name is on one of the doors. I enter and look around.
“Man, much better than black,” I say as I look around my pink room. “Pretty bright though.”
I rush over to my bed and jump on it. As I am jumping on my bed, I recognize a bed across the room.
“Nice, I got two beds! I wonder why Telsa would ever say this is terrible.”
Just then the door opens and in steps Bellona.
“Hi again. I am going to be your roommate. What’s your name again?”
How am I ever going to survive?
Feathers fluttered everywhere. They floated down from the ceiling. Down and down they went. Such a peaceful scene for Bell. For Bell’s mother was Odette and Bell could turn into a black swan. She started dancing to the sweet music that appeared. Bell’s kicks flicked up the feathers making them fly. She grabbed a random feather and suddenly it turned red. Blood red. Faster and faster the room filled with blood. Bell choked and began to try to turn into a swan. “You can’t do it,” said a voice. “You are just a small, petite girl who can’t defend herself. Just like your twin brother.”
Suddenly, Bell was awakened by an auburn haired girl.
“Hey, you started whimpering and choking,” I whispered.
“Same old nightmare. Sorry to bother you.” Bell flopped over and turned her face to the wall.
“It did not bother me…hey, just tell me if you need anything.” I walk to my bed.
I roll my blanket over my head and go back to sleep.
The next morning, my nice gestures and words bit me in the bottom. Literally.
Supposedly, I had kicked and shoved Demi when he tried to say thank you for helping Bell. But how do I know, I was still asleep. So, he got a little angry and turned into a wolf. Guess who got the worse end? Him. I also said I accidently farted in his face. I blame it on my deep sleep.
After that fiasco, Bell and I got ready for our tedious schedule. When I say Bell got ready, her birds got her ready. Typical princesses. Once I saw the birds, I sprinted for a way out. Did I mention I hate birds?
Name: Bellona Fremont (Bell)
Finger Glow: Black
Talent: Calling/Talking with birds
Fairytale Relative: Odette (The Swan Princess)
Appearance: Gold Hair, brown eyes, sprinkled with freckles, skinny, 5’6”
Personality: Sweet with a hint of seriousness, friendly
Flaws: Chews her fingernails, scar on her neck
Strengths: Martial Arts, manners, Puzzles
Weaknesses: Scared of blood, loves to much, her nose
Likes: birds (especially swans), Demi, ballet
Dislikes: Bad jokes, blood, pink, people who will not listen
Name: Demi Dieu
Finger Glow: Tan
Talent: Transforming into different animals
Fairytale Relative: Maui (Moana)
Appearance: Bulky 6 foot guy, Black hair, dark chocolate skin, Blue eyes, very muscular
Personality: A teddy bear once you get to know him, a peacemaker
Flaws: His love for Bell and animals
Strengths: Protecting, Talking with animals, cooking
Weaknesses: His mom and dad, competiveness
Likes: Bell, animals, cooking, weight lifting
Dislikes: evil, rude people, racists
Parents: Maui and ????
Name: Lyla of the Southern Isles
Finger glow: White
Fairytale Relative: Hans of the Southern Isles
Appearance: short Auburn hair with green eyes; she is short and muscular
Personality: Sarcastic with a love for dad jokes
Flaws: Always picking the dark side first
Backstory: From the Southern Isles. Niece of Hans. Parents died in fire so Hans took her in. The housekeeper/witch, Telsa, kept her and trained her to be nasty.
Strengths: potion making, sword fighting,
Weaknesses: waiting, making friends
Likes: beating people at games, fashion, food, potion making
Dislikes: Tea parties, bird calling, black clothes
My dear readers,
Well, tell me already!!! Did you like it? Some of you have probably read some of it before but I wanted to rehash it. Tell me my faults, dear readers!
Sincerely bookishly yours,