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Unmaking the World
Episode 7: Eternities End
Part 3: Rise of the Fallen
It wasnt like waking up, because that felt different. This felt like like being in a dream. Like, suddenly being there but couldnt remember having gotten there. At least, thats what Irma thought.
She was standing all alone under a crystal blue sky that, oddly, had no sun to keep it bright. The ground was springy beneath her feet, almost like she was walking on air; she couldnt see what the ground was made off because thick mist hid it from sight.
There was nothing in any direction, just endless mist and cloudless sky. And for the life of her, Irma couldnt figure out how she had gotten here. The last thing she clearly remembered was Will pointing at her and pain, terrible, burning pain.
A horrible thought crossed Irmas mind, and worry overtook her face. She couldnt be this wasnt
Hello, child, whispered a disembodied voice that caused Irma to cry out in surprise. Irma glanced around but there was no one anywhere. Feeling even more worried, Irma shakily retreated a few steps.
Who whos there? Irma whispered. The mist in front of her began to turn and swirl. It rose in a column before condensing into a person, a woman. Irma did not recognize her but there was something oddly familiar about her looks. Long red hair, streaked with silver flowed down the womans back while her blue eyes watched Irma intently.
The woman smiled pleasantly. Who are you? Irma asked uncertainly.
My name is Elise, said the woman. Irma stared at her blankly but the woman only continued to smile. But I do not expect that name to have any meaning for you. Elise paused as though considering her next words. I am Serenitys mother, the former Queen of Rakadin.
At this announcement Irmas eyes went wide and she took another step backwards. But Elise did not pursue. Instead she simply stood there and watched Irma, waiting for her t...More Cartoon Sex Stories...
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