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The Heroes of Heart

By Reiz16 All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Fantasy

Introducing: The Five Species

Thanks to God and the angels for all their help.

When the world was young and still filled with magic, they called the world "Heart" because it's a mixup of "Earth". Also, because some people found the world to be a bad place and naming it something nice would give them hope. There were people who were very different between us Humans and Them. The first were the Lung-gill, who were pink and blue and were fish-like. They had extra senses. Next, were the Liqusols. They could change their state of being, like from solid to liquid and could withstand extreme temperatures. There were Everchildren who had eternal youth and also life as long as they stayed away from fights. They were looked after by the Everguides, who were shape shifters, who could only be seen by children. The Northern Everguides were proudly called Minnowettes, and helped no one but themselves. The Humans had no magic made from their bodies, so they had to craft powerful jems and wear them as jewelry. In The Kingdom of Kazoo, Humans were hated most of all because of the shortage of magic jems in the mines leading to King Kelvin. Because of the shortage, Kelvin ordered that all other races were to pay a tax by draining some of their magic as replacements. The only ones who stood up against and for the king were The Human Psylementors and their apprentices, The Elemons.

The Psylementors knew powers of the elements, summoning monsters and animals, and transforming into said creatures, all manner of psychic abilities, and all Psylementors followed a code of honor.

"1. All ways of the Psylementor must only be pure practice or used for self-defense and for those of others.

"2. All ways of the Psylementor must never be used for play, showing off, or petty revenge.

"3. All ways of the Psylementor must be taught to their apprentices, The Elemons, but the apprentices may only learn Elementals and Summoning. All other magic must only be taught after the students are confirmed determined and ready to learn all, including the code."

The king and most of the lords of the land had banned The Psylementors from gathering across races and learning with one another. Some continued to serve the king, but more other Psylementors served each other as friends. Psylementors were, for the most part, just Human. After all, most races only need their magic that came from within.

Still, King Kelvin proclaimed a new law for the code for all Psylementors and their pupils to follow.

"4 . A Psylementor must train only those of his own race, or risk getting shoved out and shunned by their guild as well as execution from all parties if a Non-Human is involved."

This, in time did not stop one Psylementor, and it certainly wouldn't stop his apprentices. He was known as purely and simply as Mentor, and he was determined to stay with the old ways. It used to be if any came to him, he would train them long as they caught his eye. Not everyone could be taught under his wing, because for now, he taught none. At one point, he and his apprentice had fought alongside The Psylementor Guilds which were for ALL the races, back then. The tyrant, Kelvin, proved too powerful for himself and his apprentice, Rye, and all the other Psylementors. Mentor lost all his confidence as soon as Rye was mortally wounded. The teacher knew the teachings, but swore to never teach again. But one day, Mentor did decide to teach again. And his students became to be known as...

The Heroes of Heart.

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