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Era of Legends: Prophecy of the Five

Scenario: A regular college girl is out with her friends hiking in the forest. Eventually they come across an ancient relic that sends them back 5000 years into the past in the middle of a great holy war between the 5 races. In that century, mythical powers were present but eventually is sealed. Now the girl and her 4 friends must join the war and find out why that happened as it may be the way for them to get back home.
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A regular college girl is out with her friends hiking in the forest. Eventually they come across an ancient relic that sends them back 5000 years into the past in the middle of a great holy war between the 5 races. In that century, mythical powers were present but eventually is sealed. Now the girl and her 4 friends must join the war and find out why that happened as it may be the way for them to get back home.
The sun was setting as we reached the top of the mountain.
The view was breathtaking, and I couldn’t help but feel a sense of accomplishment.
We had been hiking for hours, and I was glad that we were finally at the summit.
I turned to my friends and smiled.
“Isn’t this amazing?”
I asked, my eyes taking in the beauty of the landscape.
Lucas Feng, the strategist of our group, nodded in agreement.
The sun was setting behind him, casting a golden glow on his sharp features and black hair.
He was tall and lean, with a pair of intelligent eyes that never missed a thing.
He was also one of my best friends, and I trusted him with my life.
Sarah Jennings, our healer, looked equally awed by the view.
She was petite with blonde hair and gentle eyes that belied her inner strength.
She was also one of the kindest people I knew, always ready to help others in need.
Michael Reyes, our warrior, grunted in response.
He was a big guy, with a muscular build and a pair of piercing eyes that seemed to see right through you.
He was also one of the most stubborn people I knew, but he had a good heart, and he would do anything for his friends.
“Yeah, it’s pretty cool,” he said.
“Just wait until the meteors start falling,” I replied.
“You’re going to see some of the most beautiful meteor showers you’ve ever seen in your life.”
Michael raised an eyebrow.
“How do you know we’re going to see any meteors at all?”
I had to admit that he had a point.
The valley we were standing in was completely hidden from view, and the only way to get to it was by hiking up this mountain.
There were no roads leading in or out, and there were no houses or buildings nearby.
It would be the perfect place to watch a meteor shower, with no light pollution to interfere with our view of the night sky.
“I don’t,” I replied.
“But I have a good feeling about this.”
Lucas looked at me curiously.
“What exactly are we looking for?”
I grinned at him.
“The Draconid meteor shower.
It’s going to be one of the best meteor showers of the year, and I promise you that it will be something you’ll never forget.”
Lucas studied my face for a moment, then he nodded.
“Alright, but you’d better be right about this.”
I laughed and shouldered my backpack.
“Don’t worry,” I said as I started walking.
You’re not going to be disappointed.”
“Are you sure we should be doing this?”
Sarah asked as she followed me up the mountain.
“We have patients that need us at the hospital.”
I shook my head.
“We wouldn’t have come if it was an emergency,” I replied.
“And besides, how often do we get to see something like this?
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I’m not going to miss it for anything.”
“I’m with you on this one,” Lucas said as he fell into step beside me.
“I checked the weather forecast earlier today, and it’s going to be clear skies all night long.After everything Emily has done for us over the years, we owe it to her to come along and see what she has in store for us.”
Sarah sighed and glanced at Michael.
“Are you sure about this?
We’ve been hiking for hours now, and I’m starting to think that maybe we should turn around and go back down to the car.”
Michael grunted in response and kept walking.
He had been the most reluctant to come along on this trip, but he had eventually agreed when he saw how much it meant to me.
He had also been the most prepared, with a backpack full of supplies that would help us in case of an emergency.
“I’ve got your back, Sarah,” he said.
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“Just in case anything happens, you can count on me.”
Sarah gave him a grateful look, then she continued up the mountain behind us.
We had been walking for hours now, and I could tell that she was starting to get tired.
If it had been anyone else, I would have suggested that we turn back and go home, but this was Sarah we were talking about, and I knew that she wouldn’t want us to miss out on this opportunity.
I glanced at the sky and saw that the stars were starting to come out.
The sun had set a few minutes ago, and it wouldn’t be long before the meteor shower began.
“We’re almost there,” I said encouragingly.
“Just a little bit further.”
I led my friends up the mountain, my heart pounding with excitement.
We had been planning this trip for weeks now, and I couldn’t wait to see the look on their faces when they saw the meteor shower for the first time.
I could hear their footsteps behind me as they followed me up the narrow trail that snaked its way up the side of the mountain.
They were a little out of breath from the long hike, but they were all in good shape, and I knew that they would be able to make it to the top of the mountain without any problems.
I glanced over my shoulder at Michael and Lucas and saw that they were both looking up at the sky with expressions of awe on their faces.
I grinned and quickened my pace.
We were almost there.
It was just a little bit further.
When we finally reached the top of the mountain, I couldn’t believe my eyes.
The sky was ablaze with shooting stars.
There were so many of them that it was impossible to count them all.
I had seen meteor showers before, but this one was different.
It was more intense and beautiful than anything I had ever seen before.
“This is amazing,” Sarah said in a hushed voice.
“Look at all those shooting stars!”
Lucas added excitedly.
“This isn’t just any meteor shower.
It’s a meteor storm!
We were all silent for a moment as we watched the shooting stars streak across the sky in a dazzling display of light and color.
It was a breathtaking sight, and I felt privileged to be able to witness it with my friends by my side.
We watched the meteor storm for over an hour before we finally decided it was time to head back down the mountain.
The descent was more challenging than the climb up, especially for Michael, who had a hard time navigating his bulk down the narrow trail.
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I glanced around wildly in search of the culprit, but there was no one there.
There wasn’t a single soul in sight, and there were no signs of human habitation anywhere nearby.
It was as if the person who had done this had simply vanished into thin air.
I turned back to my car and gave a frustrated sigh when I saw the extent of the damage that had been done.
All four of the tires had been slashed, and the windshield had been smashed, leaving shards of glass scattered across the ground around it.
I couldn’t believe that someone would do something like this.
“Who would do something like this?”
Sarah asked, her eyes wide with shock and disbelief.
“I don’t know,” I replied, “but I intend to find out.”
I pulled out my phone and tried to call for help, but there was no signal.
It was as if we were in the middle of nowhere, even though I knew that there was a small town just a few miles away at the base of the mountain.
It didn’t make any sense.
If someone had slashed my tires and smashed my windshield, then how had they done it without leaving any tracks or evidence behind?
It was a mystery that would have to wait to be solved, for right now my top priority was figuring out how to get us back home safely.
I glanced around at my friends and saw that they were all looking worried too, but I could see that they were determined to find a way to solve this problem together.
“Come on,” I said, “let’s see if we can find another way to get back into town.”
Lucas suggested that we use a map to find a nearby road, while Sarah and Michael began to explore the surrounding area in search of hidden paths or trails that we might not have noticed before.
As we searched for a way out of the valley, I noticed a strange rock formation that seemed to be out of place.
I pointed at it and said, “Look at that.
It looks like a meteorite.”
Lucas raised an eyebrow in surprise as he looked in the direction that I was pointing.
“It does,” he agreed, “but that’s impossible.
There’s no way a meteorite could have crashed here without us noticing it.”
I frowned at him.
“Are you sure about that?
Because it looks like there’s a meteorite right over there.”
Lucas’s eyes widened in surprise, and he quickly turned to look at the rock formation.
He stared at it for a moment before he nodded.
“You’re right,” he said, “that is definitely a meteorite.”
We all looked at each other in confusion before we headed over to take a closer look at it.
As we got closer, I could see that it was indeed a meteorite, and that it had crash-landed in a small crater in the ground.
It was still giving off an intense heat, and an eerie pulsing light was emanating from it.
I was just about to reach out and touch it when I noticed something strange.
There were ancient symbols etched into its surface, and they seemed to be shifting and changing right before my eyes.
I gasped in surprise, and my friends looked at me with concern as I pointed at the meteorite.
“Do you see that?”
I asked, “The symbols on the surface are moving!”
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