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Rise of the Titans

By TheWritersGuild96

Romance / Adventure

Chapter 1


Days passed and winter is ready to come to a close and turn to spring. The world is at peace and children live their life happy to not have any nightmares. People are busy, but not as busy as the Guardians. However, no matter how busy the Guardians were, two of them made time to keep the children's faith alive and they are known as Jack Frost and Raina Evarwood. Now you may have heard the story of how Raina discovered who she was and how the Guardian's defeated Pitch Black and that he is now on the run, but that was only the beginning. For this is a new tale with many secrets that must come to the surface.


Jack Frost's Point of View

Three month's passed since we stopped Pitch and Raina became Mother Nature again. Things have gone better ever since Raina reclaimed her memories. Even though she has been very busy, she has found time for the children. I have been pretty busy too, I've been spending my time bringing joy to the kids in Burgess. I try not to cause any mischief, but when I do, let's just say the others get on me about it, mostly Raina. Now what is going on right now? Well I am on my way to Raina's home for a special event. That special event is her birthday and her changing her form for spring. Spring has always been the time for life, well that's what Bunny says. Anyways on with the story.

I flew past towns and once I got to one town in particular, I landed by an old familiar wooden fence. Pulling one of the loose boards back, I climbed through it and walked into the familiar hidden world, that is now Raina's garden. I flew across the pond and landed next to the oak tree with a door, once I pulled open the door, I walked inside into Raina's house, well it was mostly a castle. Once inside, I came into the great hallway where the others were.

"Ah there he is!" Santa said with his accent noticeable.

"Santa nice to see you again." I reply.

I talk to my fellow Guardian's, however there was one missing.

"Where's Raina?" I ask concerned if something bad happened.

"She is right here." A voice said behind me, I turn around to find Raina walking down the stairs and coming over to greet us.

She was wearing her white dress and her crown was on her head. I haven't seen her look like this since she got her power to create winter back from Pitch. She usually wears a hoodie and keeps her hair in a ponytail, but at occasions like this, she likes to look nice. I bow before her, since I know that annoys her.

"Jack how many times must I tell you that I hate it when people bow before me as if I was a queen?" She complained and crosses her arms.

"And how many times do I have to tell you that I am terrible at listening to people." I reply with a smirk and then we both start laughing.

"Alright you two, enough arguing and lets get the show on the road." Bunny said with a fake expression of annoyance.

We walk over to the library and Raina walks over to where her globe was floating above her staff. She took her staff and the globe faded. Then she walked closer to where the sun was shining. We waited a few minutes until Raina started glowing and I knew that she was going to change.


Raina's Point of View

The change is always weird at first and then it starts to feel natural. My white hair changed to a light red and my ice crown was replaced with a crown made of flowers, leaves, and vines. My white dress changed to a light pink that reached down to my feet and I was wearing gold heels. A gold flower pendant hung around my neck. When I turned around, I could see my friends looking at me in amazement and I laughed at their expression's.

"Come on guys there's no need to keep your mouth's open." I say still laughing.

Once they stopped looking at me with their mouth's open, we went to the dining room to start the party. After all, it's not everyday a girl turns one thousand and sixteen.


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