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Wizardly Misadventures -2-
September 4, 2004
Within the spacious, deserted, and extremely red Mooshu arena, Alexandra Soulsinger was quietly growling in annoyance. Her yellow cat-like eyes were furiously glaring at the golden cobra head of her wand, while her hand was gripping the handle of it to the point that her knuckles were turning white.
"Come on, Sunbird! You were really nice to me yesterday. What the heck is wrong with you," she yelled.
Alexandra loosened her grip on the handle and hissed in discomfort. She took a look at her fingers to see that one of her fingernails had something warm and red on it. Upon further inspection, she found a tiny cut on her thumb.
"You see what you're doing to me? I'm bleeding," she whispered to the inanimate cobra head, pointing at the blood that was now starting to travel to her pale palm.
Alexandra breathed, licked the blood away from her hand (she flinched from the taste and stinging feeling when she licked the cut), and roughly combed her purple hair wi
Wizardly Misadventures -1-
September 5, 2004
Everyone was quiet. The only sounds that were heard in the Wizard City Library were the scratching of quills on parchment, book pages being turned, a few books whistling through the air, and the water falling from the ceiling to the ground near the main desk. There were some people looking at the books and scrolls on the shelves, but most were either taking notes from books on the tables or just reading.
This was where Victoria Darktalon-a twelve-year-old Ice wizard with white hair and bright green eyes-was absentmindedly flipping through the large pages of The Spiral and the Words Within. In her left hand, she was twirling a wand that she had bought at the Wizard City Wand Shop. It had a silver handle, but had a blue crystal attached to it. Every once in a while, the crystal emitted a faint blue light and a few white sparks would appear, but Victoria didn't seem to care about this. Instead, she just kept staring at the book with the same blasé-like look in
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