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by Character_creator823 words, short story
A true story. When I was young, I tried to do many strange things; catching squirrels was just one of them. Here is a creative non-fictional account of how I did it. I guarantee it will make you smile.
I looked out into the yard where I had set up my squirrel trap; I had propped up the laundry basket over the cereal using a stick, and set a medium-sized rock on top of it. I had learned the previous day that a basket is not as fast to fall as the squirrel is to escape, and the rock helped fix that problem. The string worked its way towards the house where it finally ended on the other side of the glass door where I sat waiting with it in my hands.
by Character_creator1,279 words, short story
A young elfin warrior's battle. Faelyn is the last of his kind, and he goes out to avenge his village of the evil that destroyed it. An intense battle ensues between the boy, and the wraith that destroyed his village.
Faelyn lifted his sword into the air as his enemy drew near to block the vehemently placed blow from its upraised weapon. As his enemy’s hood fell from the strength of his blow, Faelyn knew what he faced; it was a wraith, a man of death and cruelty. His mount was a chimera, a three headed creature that was part lion, part goat, and part snake.
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