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"I Said that I deserved at least a boring Reward...."
Paral had thoughts like those as he sat down at a Chair watching Swagrissa and the other Teens dancing and having Fun in Activities he wouldn't enjoy in a Thousand Years.
"But I'd fight an Army of Cookie the Clowns to get rid of this Boredom!"
He already called his Father to pick him up, but he took really long. The only thing that has been keeping him Company here was Buck, who was right now brawling with someone who attempted to swat a fly.
"Take this, filthy Animal abuser!", Buck shouted, while squeezing the Flyswatter's neck between his Elbows, like a Praying Mantis does to catch its Victims. Paral thought that maybe he should break up the Fight, even though he usually didn't care about Things like that.
"Ugh, There's Morality growing in me...You two, Stop fighting, will you?"
"I feel no empathy for Animal Abusers!", Buck raged.
The Flyswatter tried to get up. "Chill out, Dude, it was just a
The Sleeping PrinceAmy Monrey frowned at the Kunab official. "You believe my cook is whom?"The Sleeping Prince by DarthButtercup
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The official coughed, blinking in surprise at the young brunette. "It is not a matter of belief, Madam General. We have irrefutable proof, which we will happily let your Wizard verify."
"You said what happened to him?" Amy raised a quizzical eyebrow. "Why should I believe you, mush less let you anywhere near James?"
The official's eyes darted towards Amy's very large and sharp sword, standing sheathed behind her desk. "Um, well, on Prince Jermayn's naming day, a particularly powerful and uninvited Wizard made an appearance, and decided she wanted to curse him. We sent him away with the Court's best Witch, but ten years later, they were attacked by slavers."
Amy sighed. "Which were accosted a year later on the Rhuian coast, and the only one the right age was gifted to me by the head of the Palace guard. I suppose there would be no harm in allowing verification."
Once the official had gone, a boy near