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Dimension

By Arcin_Enroth All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Fantasy

Blurb

I'm called a dimensional. Protector of the dimension gate it could also be called the multi-verse. This is the beginning of my story. How I became a dimensional, the fights, and training I've gone through. The death I've seen... those I've had to kill. I found out more about myself, what I really am. I have so much power but so do my enemies. I have so many allies and enemies, and destiny that will change everything as we once knew it. But it doesn't mean I was always like this. I learned and gained courage and power over time. Despite all of my powers and abilities, I'm still a girl, one that has gone through so much to reach this point. I didn't start off great, powerful. I was strong but that was only because I wasn't afraid to go all out when need. I was normal once... but that changed. This is my journey. This is my beginning. Welcome to the Dimension.

Prologue

A black swirling portal opens up in a park as a girl falls out from it. The portal closed behind her. She pushed herself up from the ground dusting herself off. She looked around at the place around her.

~”Wait wait wait! You can’t start from there.” a voice exclaimed from behind me. “Who are you and how did you get into my parent's house?!” I exclaimed not even turning around to face them reaching for the pair of scissors that was beside my computer.

“Hey settle down Arcin. I’m not here to hurt you anything. I really suggest you turn around.” they told me. I let go of the scissors and turn around.

“W-wha? How is this p-possible!” I gasped. “I guess it would be a little surprising for an author to see the character they were writing about in the flesh.” she muttered to herself. My vision then went dark


“Are you feeling a little better? Here have this tea should help you calm down.” she told me handing me a mug. I don’t really like tea but she went out of her way to make it for me I should drink it. Thank god my families out of the house right now. I muttered.

“I’ve gone insane! All those classes at once have just made me go mental. I am face to face with a character I just made up.” I muttered. “Now now. I wouldn’t go that far.” she sighed.

“Then could you please explain to me how the heck you are in my room.” I huffed. “The ‘story’ is based off a person that can travel through the multiverse correct?” she asked I just nod my head.

“Well think of it this way. Every story a writer writes about is a real just in another dimension but not in your own dimension.” she told me. “That’s so mind bending.” I muttered.

“Yeah I guess so. I’m so used to it now it doesn’t phase me.” she sighed.

“Okay… well, what did you mean that I couldn’t start there?” I asked. “You need to start at the very beginning. It won’t make any sense to start there they wouldn’t know anyone that I already do.” she told me.

“But I don’t have a beginning for it that’s all I’ve thought of.” I told her. “Well you can’t start from there.” she huffed.

“Then why don’t you write it!? It is your life after all.” I huffed. “Alright fine I’ll help with this but after this one you are to work on the rest by yourself.” she huffed.~

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