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Chapter 2: The Trio
The next morning was bright and sunny. You couldn't tell there was ever even a hint of darkness the night before. Flare slowly stirred as the sunlight pouring in from the windows hit her body. Her blood red eyes fluttered open and she yawned loudly. Then sat up and stretched out her arms. Birds were chirping happily outside. She could hear their little wings flapping about.
They were definitely more awake than she was.
And her hair... What a messy state. Not that Flare was in any mood to care though. She had on her favorite kind of pajamas. A pink t-shirt with a dark pink star on the front and pink pajama bottoms with purple stars. Flare got out of bed and made her way to the bathroom for a nice hot shower. She certainly needed it after the previous night. As she looked into the mirror however, she spotted dark spots under her eyes.
"Damn... Gonna have to be a little more generous with the make up this morning." She commented before locking the doo
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Chapter 1: Nightmares
Darkness. The first thing she saw. The only light being a small burning glow in the distance. It was quiet. Far too quiet. She nearly tripped several times. There were so many things lying about on the ground. Something bad happened here. As she got closer to the light, she realized it was candles. They lined up the hallway. Illuminating a frightening scene. Destroyed boxes, thrown chairs, broken glass beneath the windows.
And a smell. It got worse the further she walked towards it. Until she recognized what the scent was.
Her heart began to pound. Breathing becoming more rapid. What was this? Did she know it? The place seemed so familiar... The next thing that happened caught her completely off guard. The room The candle light revealed several bodies laying in pools of blood. Some had their eyes missing. Some were missing limbs. And others were missing entire organs. She placed a hand to her mouth as she started to feel sick.
Plus the ste
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Interactive Story: Curious Jungle Girl, 7 SAs the snake moves towards Toc you try to wriggle free within the coils, and you jerk your whole body just as Toc yanks on the vine once more, running sideways this time. Because you pull your head back when Toc yanks your head barely misses the serpents and you sigh in relief at avoiding the impact.
Seeing you moving the snake replaces the coils around your throat and shoulders before slipping out of your vision. The coil around your neck is so thick that it muffles your ears a little bit not being straight on, so you can only hear muted sounds and look straight forwards. The coils periodically pulse, tightening and loosening in a manner that wasn't completely un-enjoyable, but besides moving your legs there wasn't much you could do but pout. Actually he was making you do that to by squeezing your cheeks
You seemed to hang there in the air forever, only aware of the snakes coils around you, his neck before you, and the moonlight as it filtered down from the trees above. Occasion