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located in Biterra, a part of Press Start to Continue, one of the many universes on RPG.




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Character Portrait: Collin Nes Character Portrait: Bioshock Jack
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As Collin made his way through the grass lands, he starts to get a weird vibe. Something wasn’t right. If this was the mushroom world, where are all the enemies? There wasn’t a goomba or koopa troopa in sight. That seemed incredibly odd. He was getting closer to the castle which was starting to look more and more like an abandoned fortress. There was a huge pit in the ground that went straight down forever, like a bottomless void. He looked across the void and saw that directly above the hole was a long row of blocks floating in the air. “There’s no way I can jump that high.” He looked around but didn’t see any other way to get across. He looked up at the blocks again. “Then again, gravity doesn’t exactly work the same way here.” He did a standing jump and it was almost twice his own height. “Okay this’ll work.” He said as he backed up to get a running start. He started barreling through the grass until he reached the edge of the hole and jumped. He soared easily to the blocks and landed on his feet. “That wasn’t so hard.” He snickered. He then jumped to the other side of the hole and walked up to the door of the castle.

He stood in front of the door and looked up at the castle. The door creaked open slowly. “Well I guess I know what happens now.” He muttered as he walked through the door. The interior was only lit by the glow of the lava pits and the fire bars rotating. He walked down the corridor and came across the first lava pit. There was a platform protruding from the center with a fire bar rotating in the center sweeping the entire circumference of the platform and a “?” block floating in the center. He jumped to the platform hit the block and a dried up leaf floated down from it. He grabbed the leaf and landed on the block. He looked in his hand and the leaf was gone, but he had grown a tail and a pair of raccoon ears. “Really?!”

He tried to wiggle it and flicked it around. He jumped to the next platform, then the next dodging jumping fireballs gliding across the lava. He finally landed at another corridor and saw a pile of bones that looked like they were from a giant tortoise. There was suddenly an eerie glow emanating from the eye sockets. “Oh shit!”
The bones came back together to form a giant skeleton turtle. He jumped on its head and it fell apart again. He followed the corridor to the end to find a door. He opened the door and found himself in a room with a checker board pattern on the floor. He knew there should be a boss in here, but all that was in the room was a ball with a “?” on it and a figure in the corner of the room in a hooded robe. He couldn’t see his face, but he didn’t think it was an enemy.

“So let me guess, my princess is in another castle?” He called to the hooded figure.