Quarkoala

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Writing Streak Week 6 Day 4

May 7, 2020

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    As I'm trying decide which of my plans for using the Curseds is best, I feel a sudden pain and clumsiness, and I know the stone is gone. I run as quickly as I can out of the house and to the cemetery, and my two personal guards follow. It is not easy - my guards and I keep stumbling due to our clumsiness, but we make it on time to see the leader of the unit assigned to the cemetery strangling a Cursed - no doubt the one who murdered the stone.
    "Please forgive me," the leader.
    "Oh don't worry," I say, "you will recieve great punishment for your failure to guard the stone." I'm not sure how I'll be able to give this great punishment, but it is at least a good bluff.
    "Please, have-"
    "That's enough," I say sharply. I need it quiet, so I can assess the situation. The Cursed that killed the stone has now been killed, so the effects won't be as severe. Still, the Cursed Teacher is probably out by now, and only it knows how to revive the powers of the stone. I need it to trust me, think I'm somebody else.

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