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Fey Park

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a part of We are the Monsters, by Windows Delano.

Don't trust a soul

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The park in the center of the city appears to be normal during the day. There are meadows everywhere, flowing fountains scattered throughout, and a sense of happiness attached to everyone there. At night, however, the faeries hold their revels, dancing all night and trying their best to lure in any fledglings or newly-turned werewolves. Beware the shadows, and don't trust the lovely faces of the fair folk.
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Fey Park

Don't trust a soul

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Fey Park is a part of Hidden City.


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Characters Present

Character Portrait: Theodore Moss Character Portrait: Angelina Witwell

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Angel:

After a very long shower, I realized that I left my backpack with my clothes in the entrance, I was in the bathroom. I wrapped a towel around me and quickly made my way down the spiral stairs and to the hall, I grabbed my backpack and ran back upstairs into "my room".
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I changed into a comfortable sweatshirt and some joggings and I dried my hair with a spell my mum used when I was little. I looked out though the window. The stars were out already, I'd always been mesmerized by them, my mum was one of them, that's what she told me at least, that when she dies, she'll be the lightest star shining in the night sky, I felt like crying again, but I didn't have any tears left from the break down had earlier. I wanted to relax, so I decided to just go outside for some fresh air, just to have a normal break of fresh air. I put on the old converse I had on earlier and went out, Theo's front door was open so was relived to know that if it slammed shut, I'd still be able to get in. The cold breeze hit me, but it wasn't as cold as I'd imagined. The night sky was beautiful, I stood there for what seemed and hour and just stared at the stars, trying to find the lightest one, and also a few animal figures like in Lion King. I was about to go in when I saw small fireworks and sparks, the fireworks always reminded me of New Year's with my mother and Alfonso's family, we would buy so many packets of fireworks and shoot them until two am! Image

A quick walk won't hurt right? I asked myself, nah, I'm good. I started walking to the source with a quick pace, not wanting to miss any of the fireworks. As I seemed of come closer I realized I was in the Fey Park, oh no, I quickly turned around to leave when I heard the voice I hadn't heard in forever, my mother. I quickly turned around and there she was.

"Mama?" I cried out, she nodded with a big smile and opened her arms for me, I knew there were fairies around, but my mother was here, I was saved. I ran into her arms and finally felt the safety of my mother again, I sobbed loudly.

"I. miss you. so much." I said in between sobs. She was here.

"I miss you too, but you know you can come with me?" She said and pulled away, her green eyes staring into mine with a smile.

"Go where mama?" I asked. She cupped my cheeks in her hands and looked up at the sky. "To the stars" she said as the angelic music from fairies around me kept playing, I wasn't scared, my mother was here.

"I'm not sure" I said, I had to, die, to go with my mother. Her expression changed into a angry glare. "Not sure? Well it's already done" she said and I was a little confused until I felt something sharp being pushed into my abdomen as I screamed, choking on air, trying to get every little breath I could take. With a final look I looked up towards my mum, but she wasn't there. instead, on her place was a small girl with wings, a fairy.

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Character Portrait: Angelina Witwell Character Portrait: Sindri Riker

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It had been her first revel in a while, as she'd been cooped up in Theo's infirmary for the past week and had just left that afternoon. Sindri couldn't see the dancing, but she could hear the music well enough, each new note a different flash of color in her mind. She danced with bare feet, gossamer wings fluttering softly around her as she laughed in time with the song. She wished her wife could be there, but it was a little hard when Kelly was a vampire and would succumb to the music.

So she danced on, flowers woven in her pink hair and not a single care in the world until the colors faded and the music came to a halt. There was something wrong, she could feel it, but no one else seemed to be too worried about the sudden chill in the air that could only mean trouble. The music started back up as quickly as it had stopped, but this time she didn't twirl to the beat.

Being the curious little butt that she was, Sindri fluttered through the throng of fey, everyone stepping out of the blind girl's way. It was a secluded spot where she finally found the source of the tension, and she knew something was wrong when she smelled blood on the breeze. The princess screamed, knowing someone had to come running.