EricConrad's death was a game-changer. There was no way I could tell.it to anyone until my coronation was over. It would ruin my already laid down plan which was pretty smooth. Plus, preparation was already made. It would be disappointing to dash the people's hope. I had seen them flock in and out the castle today, Their face clearly filled with adoration. I couldn't bear to dash those hopes but something else bothered me. Maisy mentioned Valentine being a clue and I had tried to ignore it before but I just couldn't now. The only answer that rung repeatedl
LucyWith my father banished to where he rightfully belonged, I didn't know what to do and sure as hell didn't know how to feel. All my life, I had wanted the ruin of anything that shared relation with him but now, It turned out I shared relation with him in ways I couldn't even begin to comprehend."I'm sure this a little bit too much to comprehend but..."
MaisyHe was going to put the ring. I pressed into my father for support. I couldn't take this but who was I to complain, He wouldn't stop even if he wanted to. I could see the distress in his eyes. None of us wanted this but fate was bound to puppet us. Just as he was about to complete the vow, I saw my cousin pull her finger. You could say my heart almost jumped out of my throat. It was so unexpected. The ringdropped to the ground and made this hollow ringing sound. The one question was why was Lucy rejecting marriage?
Anthony"Where am I?" I asked myself the second I got conscious.Everything was blurry but I could comprehend quite well where I was. The haunting echos of dropping water and the smell, It was a cave. I tried to struggle out of whatever was restricting me but I couldn't. The strange part was I wasn't bound. It was something else. A crackling sound followed and the room was ignited in a rich orange color. I got a view of what was weakening me. A silvery liquid I knew too well. Mercury. W
MaisyThe blackness was tainted by a drop of white and the light slowly enveloped it. I got to my feet wondering where everyone was. I was led by a buzzing sound and each step brought me closer to a blinding light. I felt like it was calling to me.
Eric(A week later)I briefly looked for support in my wife's eyes as I began the speech. I felt honored that the people looked beyond differences between both warring parties and has me reinstated but returning had been nothing but easy. Neither was it easy to face the fact, I was facing thousands of pe