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Worlds Collide: The Demihuman Rebellion

Scenario: Chris, a gamer suddenly finds himself in another world with demi-humans (A.K.A Human animals) and he sees a young demi-human girl being sold for slavery.
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Chris, a gamer suddenly finds himself in another world with demi-humans (A.K.A Human animals) and he sees a young demi-human girl being sold for slavery.
I'm a gamer; I've been playing video games since I was old enough to hold a controller.
I had just logged off of my favorite MMORPG, “Realms of Alchemy,” and went to bed, exhausted after spending the past 48 hours at my computer.
The next thing I knew, I was waking up in a strange forest clearing.
I sat up and looked around, trying to get my bearings, but everything was fuzzy and spinning.
My head was pounding so hard it felt like my skull was going to crack open and my brain would spill out all over the forest floor.
The last thing I could remember was playing the game before going to bed.
I had always thought that it would be cool if the game could come to life, but I wasn’t sure if this was real or not.
If it was, I must have been drugged or something, because there’s no way that I could have gone from my bedroom to this forest without remembering it.
I sat up and looked around again, trying to get my bearings.
The pounding in my head prevented me from really concentrating on anything.
I closed my eyes and leaned back against a tree, trying to will away the pain so that I could focus on what was happening.
I counted to ten and then opened my eyes again, preparing myself for whatever this new world had in store for me.
I waited for the spinning in my head to stop before looking around again.
I stood up and started walking around, trying to get a feel for where I was.
The pounding in my head was starting to get worse, almost unbearable at this point.
I kept walking, hoping that the pain would eventually go away, but it didn’t seem like it would any time soon.
As I walked around the clearing, I could hear voices coming from somewhere nearby.
They were too far away for me to make out what they were saying, but at least I knew that I wasn’t alone here.
I stopped walking and listened for a few moments, trying to get a better idea of where they were coming from.
It sounded like they were coming from somewhere outside of the clearing, off in the distance somewhere.
I turned in the direction of the voices and started walking towards them, hoping that I would be able to find out where I was and how I got here.
The pain in my head was getting worse and worse as I walked, but I tried to push through it so that I could focus on what was happening.
I walked for several minutes, and the voices started getting louder, which meant that I was getting closer to them.
I kept walking, trying not to fall over from the pain as it continued to get worse and worse.
I eventually made it out of the forest and onto a dirt road, where I saw two figures standing about a hundred feet away, talking to each other.
One of them was significantly larger than the other, with what appeared to be some sort of animal ears and tail attached to their body.
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The other one was much smaller, but it also appeared to have some sort of animal ears and tail attached to their body as well.
I stopped walking and watched the two figures as they continued talking to each other; their voices were still too far away for me to make out what they were saying, but at least now I could see them clearly.
The larger figure turned and started walking in the opposite direction, towards the forest that I had just come out of, while the smaller one turned and started walking in the opposite direction, towards another forest in the distance.
As they disappeared from view, I tried to remember which race in Realms of Alchemy had been associated with the term “demi-human,” but for some reason, nothing came to mind.I closed my eyes and thought about all of the races in the game, trying to figure out which one it might have been, but nothing came to mind, which was strange because I had played it enough times that I should have been able to recall something by now.
As I sat there thinking, a sudden realization hit me: I wasn’t just in another world, I was in a world filled with demi-humans.
This realization both shocked and intrigued me, as I grappled with the implications of being in a place that, up until now, I had only experienced through a screen.
A few moments later, the pounding in my head suddenly stopped, and I opened my eyes again, still struggling to remember anything about demi-humans.
As I sat there thinking about it, I began to wonder if the two figures that I had just seen were demi-humans.
The fact that they both had animal ears and tails attached to their bodies made it seem likely, but without being able to remember anything about them, I couldn’t be sure.
As I sat there thinking about it, I realized that the larger figure might have been some sort of a wolf, while the smaller one might have been something like a rabbit or a deer, but I still wasn’t sure.
I stood up and started walking towards the two figures in the distance, hoping that they might be able to shed some light on what was happening.
As I got closer, though, I stumbled over something and fell face-first into the dirt.
I rolled over onto my back and tried to sit up, but the pounding in my head was so bad that I couldn’t move.
I closed my eyes and waited for it to stop before trying again a few moments later.
As I sat there waiting for the pounding in my head to stop, I heard something moving through the trees behind me.
I opened my eyes and turned around just in time to see the larger figure from before standing a few feet away.
It was looking at me intently with its ears perked up and its tail wagging back and forth.
When it saw that I was looking at it, it turned towards the forest and let out a loud howl before disappearing into it.
A few moments later, the smaller figure appeared from behind a tree and walked over to where I was sitting.
It looked at me for a few moments before turning and following the larger figure into the forest.
As it disappeared from view, I felt my head spinning again as a sudden wave of dizziness swept over me.
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The last thing I remember was closing my eyes and laying back on the ground before everything went black.
When I woke up again, I was laying on my back with my eyes closed and my head throbbing in pain.
It took me a few moments to realize where I was and what had happened—falling down after tripping over something or someone’s tail—and as soon as I did, I forced myself to sit up and look around.
I waited for a few moments, but when nothing happened, I forced myself to stand up and take a few steps forward.
My vision was still blurry from the fall, but as soon as I got close enough, I could see that there were two figures standing a few feet away—one large and one small—both of which were looking at me intently.
As they got closer, though, I realized that they both had animal-like features instead of human ones: a pair of feline ears on top of their heads, and a long tail that swished back and forth behind them.
The larger figure—whose tail I had tripped over—was now standing in front of me and looking down at me with an annoyed expression on its face.
It let out a low growl and said something in a strange language that I didn’t recognize.
As soon as the words left its mouth, though, I immediately recognized it as the language that the demi-humans in “Realms of Alchemy” spoke.
“Are you speaking demihuman?”
The figure looked at me with surprise before nodding its head and letting out another growl.
“You can understand me?”
It nodded its head and let out a short series of growls before extending its hand towards me and saying something else that I didn’t understand.
I stared at the hand for a few moments before taking it and letting the figure help me stand up.
As soon as I did, I realized that the figure was a demi-human: a mix between a human and a feline with sharp teeth and claws instead of regular ones.
As I looked at it, though, I suddenly remembered something else: the demi-humans in “Realms of Alchemy” had a special ability called “speak with animals” that allowed them to talk to any creature they came in contact with, regardless of its species.
This must have been one of those abilities, and the only way to make it work was to have physical contact with a creature, so I let the demi-human help me stand up and waited for it to say something else.
“So… what do you want?”
The demi-human looked at me for a few moments before letting out another growl and gesturing towards the trees.
When it saw that I wasn’t moving, it gestured again and said something else.
“Follow me”, I think.
I nodded my head and followed the demi-human into the forest, trying my best to keep up with its long strides and powerful gait.
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But as we walked, I couldn’t help but wonder how I had ended up in this strange world and why the demi-humans seemed to be speaking the same language that I did.
The last thing I remembered was going to bed after another long night of gaming and setting my alarm for the next day.
So why was I suddenly waking up in a strange world filled with demi-humans?
I racked my brain, trying to remember how I got here, but all I could think about was how much my head hurt and how much I wanted to go back to sleep.
But every time I tried to close my eyes and rest my head against the pillow, I found myself unable to do so due to the pain that was still radiating through my skull.
What had I done to deserve this?
What had I done to end up in this place?
What had happened to my life?
I struggled to remember anything at all, but as hard as I tried, all I could think about was how much my head hurt and how much I wanted to go back to sleep.
It wasn’t until a few moments later that I finally managed to piece it all together and remember the events of the night before.
I had just defeated the Overlord of the Forsaken Citadel in “Realms of Alchemy” after an epic battle that lasted until dawn.
I had been victorious, and as a reward for my bravery and valor, I had consumed the last of my expensive whiskey while sitting in front of my computer screen and looting the Overlord’s corpse for all the rare and valuable items that he had on him.
It was a good day.
A very good day.
I had just finished looting the Overlord when a notification popped up on my screen and said, “Congratulations!You have successfully defeated the Overlord of the Forsaken Citadel!Now you have the chance to be teleported to the royal castle where you will be honored for your valor and given a place of honor among the kingdom’s most elite warriors!”
I had immediately clicked “yes” and accepted the offer since I knew how hard it would be to navigate back home from the Forsaken Citadel, especially after I had been drinking all night.
I would probably end up lost in some forest or wandering around some village until I finally found my way back home… or until I died from starvation or exhaustion… whichever came first.
So I had no choice but to accept the offer, and I had no regrets either because when I arrived at the castle grounds a few moments later, I was greeted by a beautiful princess and her entourage who all congratulated me on my victory and showed me to my quarters where they presented me with a chest filled with treasure and rare artifacts as a reward for all of my hard work and dedication over the years.
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It was a scene that I had fantasized about countless times in my gaming past, and I reveled in the princess’s gratitude and her appreciation for my services.
The only thing that could have made it better would have been if she had thrown herself into my arms and thanked me with a kiss, but considering that she barely knew me and that we were complete strangers, I knew that it would never happen, even in my wildest dreams.
So instead, she handed me a key, and she said, “This key will unlock all of the treasures that have been bestowed upon you.Please enjoy the rewards of your hard work, and know that we will always be grateful for your bravery and your service.”
And then she bowed, and her entourage followed her lead, and they all said, “Thank you, honored guest, for your valor and your service.
We hope that you enjoy your time here in our kingdom, and we hope that you will be honored by our hospitality as much as we are honored by your presence.”
And with that, they all left me alone in my room, and I still couldn’t believe how lucky I was.
I had just been transported to a royal palace in a far-off kingdom.
I had been greeted by a beautiful princess and her entourage who thanked me for my service and my bravery.
And now they were going to give me a place of honor among their most elite warriors and reward me with a chest full of treasure and rare artifacts that were going to be worth millions of gold coins.
It was a dream come true, and it was like nothing that had ever happened to me before… or at least not since the last time that it happened.
Once they were gone, I made sure that they were really gone before I closed the door behind them and locked it with a key that they had also given me.
And then I went back to the chest and opened it up so that I could see everything that was inside of it one more time before I finally took off this stupid gimp suit and put on some real clothes… clothes that were fit for a warrior!
But when I got there, I realized that there wasn’t any keyhole on the chest… at least not one that I could find.
And then I realized that the key that the princess had given me didn’t even fit the lock!
And that’s when I started to panic, wondering if this had all been some kind of trick or a test or a practical joke that the princess had played on me because she knew that I was a drunken loser who had never done anything worthwhile in his entire life.
But then I remembered what she had said.
“This key is unique,” she said to me.
“So you must guard it with your life, honored guest, knowing that it will unlock all of the treasures that have been bestowed upon you… including the treasures inside of this chest!”
And she said it with such authority and such confidence that I couldn’t help but believe her, no matter how much it hurt my brain to think about it or no matter how much it didn’t make any sense at all.
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