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A terrible darkness is spreading through the animated realm, driving everyone from their homes and into unknown territory that we know as reality. Now they find themselves at a crossroads: do they fight for their world or do they turn their back on it and make San Francisco their home? What will you choose?

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 lights {will guide you home}, anna & tay <3
arianna elisabeth coren
 Posted: Aug 8 2018, 08:42 AM
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On nights like this – warm, breezy, the soft thrum of activity murmuring in the distance as she stood underneath the night sky in front of her apartment building – Arianna could almost believe she was back in Corona. But the rows of detached houses and apartment buildings in Haven Hill were a far cry from the stone walls and turrets of the castle, from the winding, plant strewn path that wove through thatched cottages and lead to the cheerful bustle of the main square that housed the little public library that always been her favourite part of her husband’s kingdom. Haven Hill was as pleasant a place to live as anywhere else when you had spent months as a refugee in the wilds of the world on the other side of the portal, but no neighbourhood, no matter how supportive, no matter how fond she was of her neighbours, no matter how much it felt like Corona when spring gave way to summer and she squeezed her eyes shut tight… nowhere else would ever be home.

It had been a few weeks since Arianna had made it through the portal. The marks on her arms had faded, and the gash on her head had long since healed, but the memory of the last trip had left her uncharacteristically hesitant – her old practicality for once overruling the new recklessness that had seen her charge off regularly into the unknown. She had always known it was just a matter of time before something happened, but it had been a risk she had always been willing to take if it increased the possibility of finding her family.

That hadn’t changed. It would never change, until the moment she had her daughter and Frederic back in her arms. But for now, until she was ready, there were other ways of searching for them.

A quick flick of the lighter and the paper lantern she was holding came to life, the flame dancing and flickering in the evening breeze. She usually reserved lanterns for particular occasions – for birthdays, anniversaries… the day that she had disappeared – but they were days like these too; warm days, when the humidity reminded her of Corona, or when a day at work had been particularly bad, when it was too hard to ignore the empty space on the other side of the bed, when the hollow feeling in her chest was so thick she thought she might choke. When the thought of sitting in her apartment and doing nothing to bring them back to her was so abhorrent she couldn’t stand it anymore.

The night was cloudless, the stars out in full force. Arianna closed her eyes, breathing in and out in a silent prayer to whatever deity that might be listening, and let go.
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