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"Oi! Wake up before I get everyone to go in there and sit on you!"
"It's too early!"
The doorknob turned and in stepped her brother. He was only a year older than her but he looked like he was way older. Granted, Susana's height and attitude didn't really help either. "Seriously, wake up. You're going to be late for that trip you're so excited for." He teased, crawling the edge of her bed and poking her in the face. One thing everyone in her family knew was that Susana was not a morning person. Instead of turning her head when she heard him come closer, she opened her eyes at the right moment and bit his finger.
"OW!" He screamed, darting out of the room.
"Serves him right. He should be getting ready too." Sus snickered, forcing herself out of bed.
Dragging her bags lazily behind her, Sus sighed. She really didn't want to go on this trip but her damn parents had forced her. They said that 'it would be a good excuse to get her out the house'. What they didn't know was that she had stuffed her game consoles at the bottom of her bag the night before. She just wasn't going to leave them at home, she would miss them too much. The only downfall to her plan was that her bags had become a lot heavier after she had put them in.
"Jesus, take the PRNDL." She muttered to herself as she heaved her stuff into the compartment under the bus where all the bags were. Lucky the ride to the "camp" wasn't long and she would be entertained for the hour long ride with her DS, which was safely stored in her backpack. She tightened her high ponytail and marched onto the bus.
"Hey Mr Bus Driver." She said upon entering. The bus driver tipped his hat and smiled lightly as Susana walked to the very back.
She took her seat and leaned up against the window, her short legs occupying the seat next to her as she pulled out her DS and started playing.
S A I G E X S C A R L E T T X M A R T I N S X R O S I E R XXXX
Saige stared out the giant window in her room. She was fully awake. She hadn't slept at all last night. She was thinking too much about this trip she was going on with the people she detested most in this world. Especially Anastasya.
Saige quickly shut her eyes as the door to her room opened.
"Ms Rosier, it's time to wake up. You can't be late or else the bus will leave without you." One of the nannies said, walking towards Saige's closest and picking up the clothes that were hanging off the door and placing them at the edge of the bed.
Saige sat, yawning for added effect. "Thank you, Natalia. Please check and make sure that my breakfast is prepared just the way I like it."
Natalia nodded and exited the room quietly, shutting the door behind her.
Saige sighed, moving her hair behind her ears. She stared at the clothes on her bed for a good five minutes, no reason why in particular. She just wanted to waste some time.
The black limo pulled up behind the bus and the driver opened the side door for Saige.
"Thank you, Maxwell. I can take the bags, don't worry. Be sure to tell my mother that I said you deserve a pay raise."
"Thank you, Ms Rosier." Maxwell smiled gratefully, popping the trunk and handing the bags to Saige.
She gave a small smile and bid goodbye to Maxwell. Once her bags were loaded onto the bus, she went inside the bus.
One look at who was already on the bus made Saige want to turn around and leave. They wouldn't miss her and she certainly wouldn't miss them. She regained her sense of self. This was better than spending the month locked up in her room.
Saige said hello to the driver and took her seat at front, ignoring everyone else.
Anastasia sighed, inspecting the mansion. It would have to do. The terrain was large enough to get away from anyone she didn't like. The only downfall was that she couldn't leave. If she tried to leave, her parents would have her head and she was certain those damn witches had set up protective charms around the area to ensure that no one tried any silly escape plans. That was unfortunate, but necessary.
There was a small path leading to god-knows-where into the forest. From her past curiosity-driven adventure, she knew it was only a matter of time before she found herself following that exact path. For now she stuck to getting to the front door. She glanced behind her once for her brothers then hurried along.
This was the beginning to her end. She couldn't possibly imagine ever getting along with anyone in this damn house.
Werewolves... Well what could she say about werewolves? They were werewolves! She was conditioned to hate them since the beginning of time. The bloody things could kill her. How could anyone expect her to start cuddling up near the fireplace with one of them?
Witches. It depended on which witch. She had met some rogue witches in the past and they seemed alright. Those ones even gave her a daylight ring but she had only ever heard negative things about them. Conceded and arrogant. They put the daylight curse on her people. Maybe she wasn't affected by it anymore, but a lot of others were.
The humans were never really creatures she paid much attention to. They were weak and a burden and it amazed her that they had managed to last so long. Just a weaker sub-species to vampires. They lived eternally, but without all the special abilities provided when you were a vampire. Humans were simply a waste of what could be.
A sudden thought struck her. She couldn't get inside without an invitation. "Oh for fucks sake," she muttered to herself, inching closer. She hesitated slightly before knocking on the door.
"Here goes nothing," she said, putting on a kind smile. One she had been practicing for years.
She made it her duty as the eldest to inspect the guests already there. Scarlett wouldn't allow for her siblings to be poked and prodded at by anyone. Maybe if she got there first, she would have most comments directed at her. She could take that. Their comments couldn't be much worse than what she told herself.
She opened the front door and was immediately smacked with the fact that she couldn't tell who was what. Any sense of smell she might have been able to use was useless. Everyone's smell was mixed together in a way only anyone, besides humans, would be able to pick each scent apart. She was stuck with the guessing game.
Upon hearing her sister's voice, Scarlett's head snapped up. "I'm Scarlett." she started, because she truly didn't believe any of them would begin introductions. "I hope we can all tolerate each other's presence long enough until all this is over."
It didn't help that her sister had already gotten there first. How was beyond her comprehension but her little sister seemed to have that effect on most people she encountered. Scarlett sighed, stepping towards her sister. "Watson, step down. We don't understand how hostile some of them can be, and I doubt any of them would enjoy taking orders from one of us."
Everything is a blur. All you can remember is this - this rift. It appeared out of nowhere, but something drew you to it.
There was nothing else after. Only darkness.
Then you woke up here, in a field with 5 other people. Where exactly is here?
Here was something out of a book. A strange medieval world with two moons in the sky at all times. No cars, no cell phones, no computers. So different from your world. Things couldn't get weirder. That is until you notice a dragon fly over head and the fact that some of the five other people (maybe even yourself) don't necessarily have human features.
Things seem stranger by the passing seconds.
Don't worry; once you get a chance to look around the kingdom just a ways away, you'll find that although you don't know anyone here, everyone seems to know you.
A thousand thoughts flood your brain, one in particular standing out: maybe I'm some sort of Chosen One.
Well maybe you are. Or maybe you are just a piece in a twisted game run by a greater force. Or maybe you are living your life in an alternative reality. Or maybe you are living your actual life and your previous one was a fake. Or maybe this is just one never-ending dream.
The only thing you do know is that everything around you has changed and the only thing that has stayed the same is you.