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Realm of Eldoria: Battle for Nature's Balance

May 29
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The wind howled through the trees, and I shivered as I pulled my cloak tighter around me.
It was a cold night, but that wasn’t what had me on edge.
I’d been patrolling the borders of Eldoria for hours now, and something felt off.
I couldn’t put my finger on it, but my instincts were screaming at me that something was wrong.
I’d been trained to trust those instincts, so I kept moving, my eyes scanning the darkness for any sign of danger.
I was about to turn back and head home when I heard it—a faint rustling in the bushes ahead of me.
My hand went to the hilt of my sword as I crept forward, every muscle in my body tensed and ready to fight.
The wind howled through the trees, and I shivered as I pulled my cloak tighter around me.
It was a cold night, but that wasn’t what had me on edge.
I’d been patrolling the borders of Eldoria for hours now, and something felt off.
I couldn’t put my finger on it, but my instincts were screaming at me that something was wrong.
I’d been trained to trust those instincts, so I kept moving, my eyes scanning the darkness for any sign of danger.
I was about to turn back and head home when I heard it—a faint rustling in the bushes ahead of me.
My hand went to the hilt of my sword as I crept forward, every muscle in my body tensed and ready to fight.
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The forest was eerily still.
Not even a cricket chirped as I made my way through the trees.
With every step, I could feel the hairs on the back of my neck rising, as if they were trying to warn me that danger was near.
The border of Eldoria was coming up soon—a small clearing where powerful enchantments protected our realm from intruders and kept our presence hidden from outsiders.
If it weren’t for those enchantments, we would have been discovered long ago.
The humans were always searching for new land to claim, and they wouldn’t hesitate to destroy us if they found out about our realm’s existence.
My senses were on high alert as I stepped into the clearing.
My instincts were rarely wrong, and they were screaming at me now that something was about to happen—something bad.
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I cursed under my breath as I turned back toward home.
I had been hoping for a quiet night, but it seemed that was too much to ask for.
Just as I started back through the trees, a figure stepped out of the shadows in front of me.
My hand went to my sword as I tensed up, ready to fight if necessary.
The figure came closer until I could see who it was—a tall woman with sleek black hair and emerald green eyes.
Her cloak was black as midnight, and her hood was drawn low over her face so that I couldn’t make out any of her features aside from those glowing eyes.
"Seraphina," I said with a scowl.
"What are you doing here?"
Seraphina Nightshade was my oldest friend—or rather, she had been once upon a time.
We’d grown up together in Eldoria, but our paths had diverged drastically over the years.
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"What are you doing here?"
I demanded, my hand still on my sword.
"Where is Keeper Caelum?"
She laughed, and the sound sent shivers down my spine.
"He’s not here. And neither are your precious elders."
"So what are you doing here, then?"
I asked, my voice cold.
"Are you working with the dark forces now? Are you trying to bring chaos to our realm?"
She laughed again, but there was no humor in it this time—only madness.
"The balance of our realm has been disrupted for far too long. It is time that the old ways were restored."
"So you’re working with them," I said, my voice low and dangerous.
The dark forces were a group of powerful sorcerers who sought to overthrow the council and rule Eldoria themselves.
They had been banished from our realm centuries ago, but their lust for power had not diminished over the years.
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"The balance of our realm has been disrupted for far too long. It is time that the old ways were restored."
"So you’re working with them," I said, my voice low and dangerous.
The dark forces were a group of powerful sorcerers who sought to overthrow the council and rule Eldoria themselves.
They had been banished from our realm centuries ago, but their lust for power had not diminished over the years.
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I felt the presence of our elders nearby, and I knew that they were watching us—testing me to see if I would stand aside and let Seraphina pass, or if I would try to stop her and put our realm in danger. "I’m afraid I can’t let you do that," I said, my hand still on my sword.
Seraphina smirked and held out her hand, revealing a small pouch filled with enchanted seeds capable of controlling nature itself.
"You know what will happen if you try to stop me," she said softly, her eyes glinting with malice.
"I will be forced to kill you."
She held out her hand again and a bolt of lightning shot from the sky and struck the ground next to me, sending sparks flying in every direction.
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I raised my hands and summoned the wind and ice to my command, halting her escape.
She faced me then, her eyes filled with anger and something else—a fierce determination that made my blood run cold.
The elders had always warned us about the dangers of the dark forces; they would stop at nothing to gain control over our realm.
But I had never believed it—until now.
I knew then that I could never submit to Seraphina’s desires—no matter what the cost.
If I did, she would destroy everything I loved.
The clearing was surrounded by ancient trees that glowed with an otherworldly light, their branches swaying gently in the wind.
I could sense the magic in the air—the energy of the earth itself—as it pulsed around me, waiting for my command.
I raised my hands and focused my energy on the vines at my feet, willing them to release their hold on me.
As I did, I heard Seraphina chant a spell under her breath.
A moment later, the ground shook violently and thick vines sprang up from the earth, wrapping themselves around my legs and waist.
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I raised my hands and focused my energy on the vines at my feet, willing them to release their hold on me.
As I did, I heard Seraphina chant a spell under her breath.
A moment later, the ground shook violently and thick vines sprang up from the earth, wrapping themselves around my legs and waist.
I struggled against them for a moment before I remembered what Orion had taught me.
I closed my eyes and concentrated on the energy around me.
A moment later, I felt the vines begin to loosen their hold on me, and I smiled as I stepped free of their grasp.
I faced Seraphina then, my eyes blazing with anger.
"You’re not going anywhere," I said softly.
She smirked and held out her hand again, revealing the enchanted seeds once more.
"I’m afraid you have no choice," she said coldly.
"This is your last chance—step aside or die."
I felt a surge of anger deep within me and I raised my hands again, summoning the wind and ice to my command.
As I did, a powerful bolt of lightning shot from the sky and struck the ground next to Seraphina, sending sparks flying in every direction.
She stumbled backwards and fell to the ground, her cloak falling away from her face as she lay there gasping for breath.
I knew then that the time for hesitation was over.
The elders had chosen us as the protectors of Eldoria, and it was my responsibility—and mine alone—to ensure our realm remained safe from harm.
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I focused my energy on Seraphina, summoning the wind and ice to my command and sending her flying across the clearing.
I followed her then, determined not to let her get away with the enchanted seeds.
She scrambled to her feet and raised her hands, summoning dark energy to her command.
As she did, I felt a surge of power deep within me, and I raised my hands and cast a spell of my own, sending a powerful gust of wind hurtling towards her.
She staggered backwards and fell to the ground, dropping the pouch of seeds as she did.
I lunged for them then, but she was too quick for me.
She raised her hands again and conjured a powerful storm, summoning bolts of lightning from the sky and sending them crashing down around us.
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