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Villain or Hero?


Romance / Fantasy

Chapter 1



"Blossom! We didn't mean that to happen! I'm so sorry! We didn't mean for it to go that far. Blossom, please, believe me! It was all just a big accident!"

"You KILLED him! You're not a villain, you're a murderer! A murderer!" All I could see was red. Blood was everywhere. He killed him! How could he! Blood. There was so much blood… I could see the event unfold in my mind. Could see it all so clearly. The blood…smoke…fire… and those red eyes…


My eyes snapped open. I stood up so fast my head spun. Slowly, I took in my new room. The only color I could see was pink, no red anywhere. Rubbing my eyes, I stood up and headed towards the shower. On my way, I called out: "Bubbles! Buttercup! Wake up! You don't want to be late for the first day of school, do you?"

An hour later

"Ugh! Why do we have to go to school anyways? We can just live off the money we get from saving the town you know." Buttercup complained for the millionth time. It was really getting on my nerves. My sisters and I were standing in front of our new school, Megaville High. We were suppose to start our junior year back in Townsvile, but The Event made us pack our bags and move for good.

"Because," I responded to Buttercup, again," you have to make something out of your life than just sitting around waiting for some monster to come around and destroy the town. Besides, we're retired until the town needs our help desperately."

"Blossom is right you know." Bubbles added."We don't want That to happen again. Besides, I want to be a fashion designer. I need to go to school for that, right?"

"Right." A cold feeling came over me at the mention of That. "Now, we better get inside before we're late on our first day." With that, we entered the wide steal front doors of the school and went on looking for the office.

Hopefully we'll be safe here from Them.

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