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Hopes Bright

By Cyndi Douglas All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy

1. History

Let’s start from the very beginning. Shape Shifters have been in existence from the dawn of the Mave Regality. The bold Eagle bowed to the Mave princess and offered his eternal service.  Amazed by the Eagle’s brave soul, the princess granted him the ability to transform into a human form.

“Take this power and use it to protect the people from injustice” she said, “chose those who are pure of heart and have courageous desires to save this world from peril.”

The Eagle obeyed and created the realm of change. Unlike the other realms, the realm of change originally had no designated area, but had people who were spread across the galaxies. When the dark shadow consumed the realms and the outbreak of war began, the Shape Shifters widely known as P.O.E.T fighters continued to protect the world. However, rogue P.O.E.Ts were consumed by the joy of the kill and began to attack the innocent. In order to protect them, the Eagle and the remaining P.O.E.Ts created a safe haven, creating the country Espoirs Lumineux. They also assisted the Mave Princess as she sealed the realms away from each other, ending the war. To this date the realm of change is the only realm where humans and every kind of mythical creatures coexists in an uneasy moment of peace. The Eagle still flies across the galaxy rescuing the innocent and collecting P.O.E.T fighters in hope that one day the world will be reunited and peace has returned the crumbling existence of the earth. But everyone knows that due to the greed of man, power or no power, peace will never last.
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