MidReal Story

Prophecy of Celestial War

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The night sky was a sea of black, the stars like diamonds scattered across it.
The moon was full and bright, casting an ethereal glow over the land.
I stood on the balcony of my room, staring up at the heavens in awe.
It was a rare sight to see all three moons full at once, but tonight they were in perfect alignment.
It was said that when this happened, the gods themselves would descend from their celestial realm to walk among mortals.
I didn’t know if that was true or not, but I couldn’t help but feel a sense of anticipation as I waited for something to happen.
"Thalia," a voice called out from behind me.
I turned to see Orion standing in the doorway, his tall frame silhouetted by the light spilling out from inside the room.
He had been my sworn protector since I was a child, and he had become one of my closest friends over the years.
I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the moons, their light shining brighter than I had ever seen.
It was a rare event, happening only once every five centuries or so.
As I stood on the balcony, mesmerized by the sight, I felt as though I was being drawn to them, as if they were calling out to me for some reason.
"Orion," I greeted him, my voice barely above a whisper.
"They’re beautiful, aren’t they?"
Orion stepped up beside me, his eyes glued to the sky.
"Yes," he said in his deep, rich voice.
"Very beautiful."
"I can’t shake the feeling that something important is about to happen," I told him.
"There’s something about tonight…"
"I know what you mean," Orion said.
"It’s not every day you get to witness something like this."
I turned to him in surprise.
Orion was usually stoic and reserved; it wasn’t often that he showed appreciation for such things.
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As the god of the sun and the moon, he was used to seeing celestial events like this one on a regular basis.
But even he couldn’t deny that there was something special about tonight’s alignment of the moons.
"They’re not just beautiful," I said.
"They’re powerful."
Orion nodded in agreement.
There was something about the moons that was both beautiful and mysterious.
It was as if they held some kind of ancient magic that was only just now starting to reveal itself to us.
"Do you think the gods are coming down from their realm?" I asked.
Orion shrugged.
"I don’t know."
He paused for a moment before speaking again.
"For some people, tonight isn’t just about beauty and superstition. It’s about fear."
I turned to him in surprise.
"What do you mean?"
"There are those who believe that tonight’s alignment of the moons is the first sign of the prophecy coming true."
I frowned in confusion.
"What prophecy?"
"The prophecy of the three moons," Orion explained.
"It foretells of a great war between gods and mortals. A war that will destroy everything in its path."
"I’ve heard of that prophecy," I murmured.
"It’s just a myth, though. Right?"
Orion didn’t answer.
"Right?"
I pressed.
Orion sighed.
"I don’t know, Thalia.
There are many who believe that it is more than just a myth."
"Who believes that?"
I asked.
"Many people," Orion said.
"But those who are most fearful of its coming are the gods themselves.
The moon was full and bright, casting an ethereal glow over the land.
I stood on the balcony of my room, staring up at the heavens in awe.
It was a rare sight to see all three moons full at once, but tonight they were in perfect alignment.
It was said that when this happened, the gods themselves would descend from their celestial realm to walk among mortals.
I didn’t know if that was true or not, but I couldn’t help but feel a sense of anticipation as I waited for something to happen.
"Thalia," a voice called out from behind me.
I turned to see Orion standing in the doorway, his tall frame silhouetted by the light spilling out from inside the room.
The night sky was a sea of black, the stars like diamonds scattered across it.
The moon was full and bright, casting an ethereal glow over the land.
I stood on the balcony of my room, staring up at the heavens in awe.
It was a rare sight to see all three moons full at once, but tonight they were in perfect alignment.
It was said that when this happened, the gods themselves would descend from their celestial realm to walk among mortals.
I didn’t know if that was true or not, but I couldn’t help but feel a sense of anticipation as I waited for something to happen.
"Thalia," a voice called out from behind me.
I turned to see Orion standing in the doorway, his tall frame silhouetted by the light spilling out from inside the room.
He had been my sworn protector since I was a child, and he had become one of my closest friends over the years.
"What are you doing out here?"
I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the moons, their light shining brighter than I had ever seen.
It was a rare event, happening only once every five centuries or so.
As I stood on the balcony, mesmerized by the sight, I felt as though I was being drawn to them, as if they were calling out to me for some reason.
"Orion," I greeted him, my voice barely above a whisper.
"They’re beautiful, aren’t they?"
Orion stepped up beside me, his eyes glued to the sky.
"Yes," he said in his deep, rich voice.
"Very beautiful."
"I can’t shake the feeling that something important is about to happen," I told him.
"There’s something about tonight…"
"I know what you mean," Orion said.
"It’s not every day you get to witness something like this."
I turned to him in surprise.
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I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the moons, their light shining brighter than I had ever seen.
It was a rare event, happening only once every five centuries or so.
As I stood on the balcony, mesmerized by the sight, I felt as though I was being drawn to them, as if they were calling out to me for some reason.
"Orion," I greeted him, my voice barely above a whisper.
"They’re beautiful, aren’t they?"
Orion stepped up beside me, his eyes glued to the sky.
"Yes," he said in his deep, rich voice.
"Very beautiful."
"I can’t shake the feeling that something important is about to happen," I told him.
"There’s something about tonight…"
"I know what you mean," Orion said.
"It’s not every day you get to witness something like this."
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"Thalia," a voice called out from behind me.
I turned to see Orion standing in the doorway, his tall frame silhouetted by the light spilling out from inside the room.
He had been my sworn protector since I was a child, and he had become one of my closest friends over the years.
"What are you doing out here?"
I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the moons, their light shining brighter than I had ever seen.
It was a rare event, happening only once every five centuries or so.
Image for story eEPa
As I stood on the balcony, mesmerized by the sight, I felt as though I was being drawn to them, as if they were calling out to me for some reason.
I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the moons, their light shining brighter than I had ever seen.
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"Orion," I greeted him, my voice barely above a whisper.
"They’re beautiful, aren’t they?"
Orion stepped up beside me, his eyes glued to the sky.
"Yes," he said in his deep, rich voice.
"Very beautiful."
"I can’t shake the feeling that something important is about to happen," I told him.
"There’s something about tonight…"
"I know what you mean," Orion said.
"It’s not every day you get to witness something like this."
"Thalia," a voice called out from behind me.
I turned to see Orion standing in the doorway, his tall frame silhouetted by the light spilling out from inside the room.
He had been my sworn protector since I was a child, and he had become one of my closest friends over the years.
"What are you doing out here?"
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"The moons are beautiful tonight," I told him, nodding toward the sky.
"It’s not every day you get to see all three in perfect alignment like this."
"Yes, it is quite a sight," he agreed.
"I just hope nothing bad happens."
"Bad?"
I asked, turning to face him fully.
"What do you mean?"
Orion was about to respond when Selene stepped up beside us on the balcony, her long silver hair trailing behind her like a cloak.
I couldn’t help but marvel at her beauty as she gazed up at the sky with her luminous green eyes.
"It’s nothing," Orion said quickly, shooting Selene a warning look.
"I’m sure everything will be fine."
Selene’s silver eyes flicked between us, and I could tell that she knew there was more to this than what they were telling me.
But before she could say anything, she turned and disappeared into the night without another word.
The moment she was gone, both Orion and Selene grew restless, as if they were contemplating something that they hadn’t shared with me.
"What’s going on?" I demanded.
"What aren’t you telling me?"
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Neither of them met my gaze or answered my question.
Before I could press them further, Orion stiffened beside me and let out a stern call of my name.
"Thalia," he said.
"Go back to your chambers. It’s not safe out here."
I opened my mouth to argue but then stopped when I felt it too.
A dark presence descended upon us all, wrapping around us like a suffocating fog.
Orion stood protectively in front of me, his hand on the hilt of his sword.
I placed my hand on his arm to hold him back and stepped up to stand at his side.
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