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Story: The Diadem

When Sylvia Drake's Diadem is lost, Brill, the Phantom of Memories chooses Caroline Dawnrunner and Rebecca Duskglade to recover it. It seems easy at first, but a new threat arises...can Rebecca and Caroline find the Diadem before an icy foe grabs it?

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Ahh, Scary

Look look look look

Omigod weren't you shocked? WEREN'T YOU TOTALLY SURPRISED?

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Meet the Wizards

In case you didn't know, these are all my characters:

And these are all of Aedan's characters!

That Other Guy

Other than Aidan, I have another friend who plays Wizard101: my friend Johnnie M. (or is it Jhonnie?), but in the game he's John Firesword, just like Aidan T. is really Aedan Thunderpyre, and Caroline T. is really Caroline Dawnrunner, and Vanessa D. is really Valerian Seasinger. Anyways that Johnnie rarely ever plays Wizard101, so I deleted his character on accident. He used to be there though.

Ya see the old poster? He was in it. Only now he's gone. And we only missed him temporarily.

And now he's back.

I'm a nice person, so I let Jhonnie buy stuff  for himself on my wizard, and I even let him rent Cerberus. I actually think Johnnie is just interested in getting a lot of money on Wizard101, because when I went to take a leak upstairs, when I came down he was buying a lotta stuff on my wizard, put it in the shared bank and sold all the stuff for seven gold. He also bought a bunch of wands he couldn't use, like Soulbrand and Shadowcrown's Icy Blade. Now I have no money to help along my plants, and used up one of my energy elixirs (:O
    It's gonna be alright though. I'm just that Cerberus and his Dragonspyre wands are gonna disappear from his inventory next time he comes over.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Take That, Other Pictures

(Click on picture to enlarge)
Does it...does it look okay? Yeah, I know it's not as good as this:

But I think it's sort of equal to this:

My mom at least thought it was pretty good, and told me I shoud have it as my wallpaper.


This is what happens when you go to the desert unprepared :(
Well, my Wizard101 purchase summary certainly did go astray, so that means more duels a day with Apprentices and less duels with sharks and crustaceans and eels

Not to mention cows and pigs and goats :(
Not to mention cows and pigs and goats.

Anyway, I thought if my money wasn't good there, then it's better spent in other games.
So now I'm currently deciding what class I should choose for my second character.






Thursday, February 17, 2011

The Diadem Part 4


So now I have a subscription to Runescape :)
You know, they warn about Mild Violence and Crude Humor in Wizard101, but how about the drinking contest in the Runescape quest 'Fremmenik Trials'? Yeah, that's appropriate for your children. Booze. Yeah, that's a REAL good influence. *cough* sarcasm

And here is your short-awaited next chapter in The Diadem: The Bed of Ice!

    I was being shaken awake by Rebecca Duskglade.
    “Mehh,” I muttered sleepily.
    Rebecca shook me harder. “Get off your lazy bum! I want help in Grizzelheim!”
    My eyes snapped open. The first thing I saw was a sky blue eye staring me in the face. “Come again?”
    “Please help me with Grizzelheim, I’m not gonna do it alone with that pest,” she said.
    “Okay, but you have to help me with the Ironworks after,” I sighed. “But what’s wrong with Aedan? Seriously?”
    Rebecca did not answer.
    I put a foot out of my warm bed and put pressure on the floor. I took out my robes and got dressed behind a divider.
    “So how is Grizzelheim?” I asked Rebecca.
    “We haven’t started yet, but it sounds fun,” Rebecca said. “Aedan wanted to fight Krokopatra, but Grizzelheim is supposed to be really cool, so I wanna do that first.”
    I came out from the divider in my Magus clothing. “I haven’t actually started the Grizzelheim thing yet, so I guess we could make that a thing, you know, adventuring together in Grizzelheim.”
    “Yeah,” Rebecca agreed.
    I hadn’t actually started the Grizzelheim quest, so Rebecca and I stopped at Merle Ambrose’s house for the quest before going to Aedan’s dorm room.
    I knocked on the door when we got to Aedan’s student dorm. The door opened after I’d barely knocked, and in front of me was Aedan Thunderpyre. He had serious bed-head and was wearing indigo footie pajamas. When I looked over his shoulder, the room looked pretty unclean. I saw half a pizza slice sitting on the floor and the bed looked as though it had been ransacked. The agreeing aroma of eggs and bacon was wafting in from the next room.
    “Oh,” Aedan sighed when he saw us. He looked disappointed.
    “What?” Rebecca asked sharply.
    “Nothing, it’s just that I was expecting the exterminator.” Aedan looked behind him nervously. Out from under his bed came a HUUUUUUUUUGE roach. It was slightly bigger than me. You could see its four legs, pincers, and beady black eyes in perfect detail. Rebecca eeped and I ewwed.
    Aedan yelled and ran to hide behind Rebecca. I’m only scared of small bugs because I heard that the black widow, the most poisonous spider in existence, is very small, but a Daddy-Longlegs is quite large and can’t hurt humans with its poison, so I went inside the room and tackled the roach. I took out my Athame of the Sleuth and stabbed it in the belly, so the insect screeched and its eyes closed. At the same time a bunch of pus or roach gut thingies were released from his wound. Aedan eeped and Rebecca rushed to the bathroom.
    “Blech,” Aedan said, covering his nose. “Gross. How am I ever gonna clean this up?”
    “Don’t worry,” I said. I took out my Cleanse Ward card and all the trash got sucked up and everything was put back in its proper place.
    “Aww geez. How can I ever repay you?” Aedan asked.
    “Well, Rebecca wants help in Northguard, so…”
    “Yeah, I’ll help her. Do you want breakfast?” Aedan scrambled to the kitchen and gave me a plate with a Cinnabun, some bacon and a bagel. A glass of orange juice was in his right hand.
    “Oh that’s okay, I just ate,” I said. “That looks really good though. Did you make it yourself?”
    “Cool, do you take cooking lessons?”
    “So it’s natural talent?”
    “Yes sir.”
    “You mean yes ma’am.”
    Rebecca came back from the bathroom. Her hat was in her hands, her hair was tousled, and her breath smelled like rat poo. “Do any of you guys have a breath mint I could borrow?”
    Aedan was taking forever to eat breakfast and get changed for the day. When we asked him why his entire morning routine took forever, he tried to be cute and said, “I used to have a guy for that.”
    Rebecca sighed and told Aidan that at this rate we were going to meet him at Northguard at five o’ clock in the eve-noon, because Rebecca and I both needed to go have lunch and I needed to go to Marleybone for my Crafting class with Felicia Worthington, and Rebecca had a duel scheduled with a guy she had a grudge against.
    So after those things happened, we were standing in Northguard a couple hours later waiting for Aedan to show up. I was playing with my pet Sunbird, Snoopy, while Rebecca rocked back and forward on her feet, checking her watch every few seconds. On her ten-thousandth time-check, Rebecca yelled into the air, “SIX O’ CLOCK!!! WHERE IS THAT GUY!?!?” Several bears craned their heads in our direction.
    “Man, it’s so dull just standing here,” I yawned. “Even the rainbow is no longer pretty now. Hey, can I have some water again? I left my canteen at home.”
    Rebecca unscrewed the lid and poked her eye inside the water canteen. “There isn’t any water left in the bottle. Here, go fill it up by the river.” Rebecca tossed the container to me.
    I strolled over to the river and dunked the bottle into the river. As I was putting the lid back on, I noticed a certain Adept Diviner swimming in the river.
    My impractical pal swam to shore. “Oh, there you guys are,” he said aggravatedly. “I was waiting for like, an hour and a half. Where were you guys?”
    “Oh, just over the rainbow, where the pot of gold was,” I said as though sarcastically. Actually, Rebecca was sitting right near the rainbow next to her Death Leprechaun.
    Aedan emerged from the stream. His purple-and-yellow Krokotopia clothing were all sopping wet. His three-corner Marleybone hat was floating downstream, but he quickly retrieved it and placed it on his head.
    I looked back at Rebecca. She was staring glumly at the First Yardbird. I knew Rebecca would go haywire if she found out that Aedan had been here all this time—swimming—so I told him, “Listen, why don’t you go to your dorm room and dry off?”
    “Alrighty.” Aedan ‘ported to his dorm room. I walked over to Rebecca and said, “Ya know what, I don’t think Aedan’s coming. We should probably just go back to Wizard City.”
    “Yeah, it’s getting late,” Rebecca agreed. We ambled back to the Spiral door.
    “You wanna come to my house for dinner? We’re having angel hair pasta for dinner,” I suggested.
    “That sounds awesome!” Rebecca said enthusiastically. “My parents usually have rabbit food for dinner anyway.”
    Dinner was a wonderful affair. Rebecca rarely ever has pasta before, so my parents received many compliments from her until my mom was blushing pinker than Pinkie-Pie.
    After dinner me and Rebecca went up to my room for homework. My homework is like impossible-hard because my Professor Drake hates me. He tries to give me detention everytime there is a class period. Luckily there won’t be any lesson for me until I ding level 42, but I still had to write a thirteen-page essay before then. Rebecca’s teacher loves her; the Theurgists only get homework when it’s like a lesson review or something. We usually do Rebecca’s first and then mine.
    It was getting really late by the time we finished with homework, so Rebecca decided to crash for the night at in my room. We said good night at eleven o’ clock and I turned out the lights. There was silence for a few minutes. Then—
    “Hey Caroline, you know those schools in Mooshu my parents were looking at?”
    “They’re going to enroll me in one near Kishibe Village.”
    “What do I do?”
    “Go to sleep.”
    I opened my eyes. Looking down upon me was a hooded figure. It saw me waking up, then whispered, “I want the Diadem.”
    “No…go away, I’m sleeping,” I yawned blearily. The hooded figure disappeared.
    And suddenly, my back was ice.
    My body was so cold…I turned over, but now my left side was sub-zero. It twisted and turned, unable to get rid of the cold feeling…

    I woke up sometime later in a chair, a blanket wrapped around me and a steaming mug of hot chocolate sitting across on my family’s kitchen table. Rebecca was sitting across from me, staring at her knees looking all-in. I tried to turn my head, but I felt pain shoot through my body. I groaned and sat back in my chair. Rebecca instantly looked up. Her face was hard to read.
    “Caroline,” Rebecca said shakily. “You need to see this.”
    She led me upstairs to my room and turned on the light. I gasped at what I saw.
    My bed was covered in ice. Black ice.

Next chapter is special so I'm not gonna give away what happens ;)

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Everquest II

Waiting for Runescape to load
Craving for Krokotopia but don't have subscription renewed yet
Firin meh lazer
Furious at not being able to get into AdventureQuest
Mad at Ravenloss War
Bored of playing darts with the Irish
Too much peanut butter toast
Welcome to Everquest, Ezelle the half-elf Guardian.

The Karate Master


Wednesday, February 09, 2011


So close and Yet So Far <:(

Yesterday wuz kinda sad because I was going to finally do Briskbreeze Tower with a couple of friends :) but then I had to take a shower :( ¥♪♥ ██•
Also, I was playing the Poptropica new island sneak peek! It themed for the Wild West. Know why they called it the "Wild" West? I'll tell ya why.

One day a guy was making a windmill in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and he found gold.
    Then everybody wanted gold too, so they could get rich, so a lot of guys left their jobs to go mine gold. This started the California Gold Rush.
    Then people in New York heard about it, and they wanted gold too. So a bunch of New Yorkers took ships to the west.
    Since there was no police force in California because they were all miners now, a bunch of lunatics started running around with guns, and they were pretty much the basic villians of the Wild West. Okay. Bye.

    So I'm eager for the new island, but I'm afraid it supports animal cruelty :P

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Back From Wizard Break

It's so pleasant to be back in Wizard101.
    I forgot how much fun it is when you go on Unicorn Way and get in a fight with a Lost Soul, let a bunch of Novices join and then wand attack the Lost Soul.
    I've also missed the music. I like the Startup music, the Unicorn Way music, the Oasis music, the Krokotopia battle music, the Knight's Court music, the Marleybone battle music, the Jade Palace music, and the Dragonspyre battle music.
    I'm going to get my subscription renewed soon and then I plan to:
  • Finish Celestia
  • Get Medusa
  • Finish the quest Professor Balestrom give after you finish 'The Final Countdown'
  • Finish Briskbreeze Tower
  • Get to Legendary
  • Have Rebecca finish the game
  • Get her Forest Warlord
  • Get her finishing the quest Professor Balestrom gives you after you finish 'The Final Countdown'
  • Have Rebecca finish Briskbreeze Tower
  • Get her to Legendary
  • Help Aedan along the game with everything up there
    The next nine levels ahead of me shall be hard ones, but I can handle it. As for Aedan and Rebecca, they are now both Masters in the Cave of Solitude

I'm Master of the Cave of Solitude?
Heheheh XD
*Slaps forehead*

Monday, February 07, 2011

Ghosts Defeat Wizards

Meanwhile, a different battle raged on in Briskbreeze Tower and the Duel Arena:

This is the fate that meets any who oppose the Packers.

And this is the fate that meets any who oppose Aedan Thunderpyre LOL XD

And I love those Super Bowl XLV commercials. Did anyone see the one when the kid is dressed up as Darth Vader and he's trying to used the Force on everything? What a piece of work!
    And did anyone see the Puppy Bowl VII? What? Nobody saw the Puppy Bowl VII? Oh but it was so cute!

Anyways, I think I'm back playing Wizard101 now, so that's good.
The Puppy Bowl SUCKS!
But it's sooooo cuuuute
It still SUCKS!
Well that's because you're a guy. You don't understand women.
Yeah I do, and the Puppy Bowl SUCKS!
Is that it?
Well so does the Transformers Bowl
No it's AWESOME!
It doesn't even make sense. How are the Transformers still in working order after they've been crushed thirty times? Their mechanisms would probably be destroyed.
You drive a hard bargain, but the Puppy Bowl still SUCKS!
I give up.

Sunday, February 06, 2011

That Evil Old Person



And if you have a problem with that, we will meet you at the Duel Arena in the Torrence Realm, at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Pacific Time.

We're uh, we're done sayin that.
Hehe but support the Packers tonight.
So dance dance like it's the last last night of you're life life--
I hate that song.

Saturday, February 05, 2011

I've Been Misrepresented

Hello, this is Aedan again.
    In the chapter of The Diadem last, I was represented as a total phsyco. I am here to inform you that this is NOT TRUE.

Caroline Dawnrunner: Uh yeah you are. This is why my friends don't like you.
Aedan Thunderpyre: Uhh...what about Brady Firerunner? He doesn't think I'm a phsyco!
Yeah he does. And that's why he befriended you.

Well if any of you are confused, just know that I have been MISrepresented about who I am. Period.


The Diadem: The Vault of Ice by Caroline Dawnrunner

“Caroline, can we please leave? It’s so HOT in Krokotopia!”
With the quick transition from freezing-cold Colossus Boulevard to sweltering-hot Krokotopia, I was sure Rebecca Duskglade couldn’t be too happy.
Aedan wasn’t helping either. He kept on running around and excitedly pointing things out such as “Dog!” “Mander!” “Pyramid!” “Caroline Dawnrunner!”
I knew Rebecca wanted to leave right away and Aedan wanted to stay about three more weeks, but I just wanted to find out why I’d been sent here, and by whom.
I remember getting the note that sent me there as clear as day.
“Caroline, could you pass me the newspaper?” Dad asked over his coffee. I looked around. “It’s not here,” I said. “I’ll go get it then,” Dad said as he rose from his chair. And that’s when I smelled smoke. I whipped my head around to see that the eggs and toast were burning.
“Holy…! Go get your Mom!”
“What’s she gonna do?” I asked nervously.
“She’s a Thaumaturge,” he said quickly. “KIM!” Dad dashed upstairs. The room was filling up with smoke fast. I had to get out of there!
I found myself two minutes later gasping and panting, my back to the wall of the building, my gaze focused on the mailbox. For some reason looking at it made me think of Dad…oh. Yeah. Newspaper.
I walked over to the mailbox and opened the flap. Instead of the usual mail, there was a single envelope labeled, “Caroline Dawnrunner, Rebecca Duskglade, or Aedan Thunderpyre”. Intrigued, I picked up the envelope and was about to rip it open when my parents rushed outside. I quickly put the envelope behind my back as my Mom embraced me. My Dad, looking at our open mailbox, said, “So, any mail?”
“What..? Oh! No, there wasn’t any,” I replied nonchalantly, slipping the envelope under my robes. Somehow I knew the envelope was for my eyes only.
After I had finished breakfast and so had my parents, I went to Ravenwood. Since it was a Saturday, there weren’t many people around. I saw a few Grandmasters going into the World Tree, Professor Wu was telling Blossom something, and a Novice Fire Student was trying to plant kisses on a Diviner.
I walked over to the World Tree, where Bartelby was muttering something about Firecat Alley and “only the beginning”. I leaned against the World Tree and took the letter out that was from that morning and was about to ripped it open, and I was about to read it when Aedan Thunderpyre and Rebecca Duskglade teleported to me.
“Hey Caroline,” Aedan said shamelessly, plopping down right on the grass in front of Bartelby. Rebecca leaned against the trunk and stared up at the winding branches above her.
Aedan stared up at Bartelby’s many branches also, but as though he was stargazing, and muttered, “This city.”
“Aedan, I told you that only works if you’re looking outside an office building. On Earth.” Rebecca said without looking down. Aedan shrugged. “I don’t care.”
“Hey guys, could you look at this for a second?” I waved the note under Rebecca’s nose. Rebecca snatched it away from me and read:
Go to the well near the Oasis. Bring friends but not enemies.
We were silent for a few seconds.
“Lemme see that,” Aedan said, grabbing the note from Rebecca. “Go to the well near the Oasis. Bring friends but not enemies. Friends but not enemies…”
Silence again.
“We shouldn’t bring Travis Spelldust.”
“We had no intention of bringing him.”
So here we were at the Oasis six minutes later, Rebecca groaning from the heat amd Aedan running around excitedly.
I sighed. Were was this guy who was going to meet us? (Although it didn’t specifically say someone was going to meet us.) I checked my reflection in the water, then spashed some on my face and drank some up. Immediately my face dried and my tongue turned to sandpaper, it was so hot.
Feeling faint, I leaned against the side of the well. Rebecca had given into heatstroke, and was snoozing slumped against the side of the well. One off the architects must not have been too careful when they designed the well, because a sharp brick was protruding right near Rebecca’s ear. I decided to gently move Rebecca so the brick wasn’t a hazard to her head. I got up in front of her and placed my hands on her shoulders. Immeadiately she jerked awake, yelling something about stupid Nirinis and mean parents and hit her head on the sharp brick.
I sucked in air, thinking Rebecca was in for it now. But when her head hit, the brick fluttered to the ground. It wasn’t a brick—it was another piece of parchment.
Rebecca rubbed her head and yawned. “What’s goin’ on,” she croaked groggily.
I held the parchment up to my eyes. It read:
The Vault of Ice holds many secrets.
“Guys! Check it out!” Aedan ran over to us. “That Mander is PURPLE!”
“It was a mistake to bring him,” Rebecca said expressionlessly.
“Fine, let’s go back to Wizard City,” I sighed.
“Thank you.” Rebecca stood up and teleported.
“Well I’m staying here,” Aedan said indifferently, then went off to bug Hetch Al’Dim.
The next week went by pretty easy and fun. Aedan finally got to Krokotopia so he didn’t have to keep whispering to ask if he could ‘port. Rebecca took a trip to Mooshu with her parents to look at some private schools (she promised me the interview would be a nightmare for every Headmaster she met). So she came back with the shock of having the exact same quests as Aedan.
On the same day that Rebecca came back from her trip, I was just getting ready for the Vault of Ice when Aedan ‘ported to me, causing me to spill my cards on the ground.
“Hey!” I said angrily, kneeling down to pick up my cards.
“Oh no you don’t!”
Rebecca ‘ported—right on top of my cards!
“Watch it!” I growled. Rebecca didn’t notice. She stepped forward and proceeded to chide him about why fleeing is for cowards. Aedan argued that he had had barely any health. “Well I’m a Theurgist! I could’ve healed you! And now you have hardly any mana!” Rebecca stammered. Sighing, I proceeded to pick up my cards. I finally picked up the last friggin’ Seraph card I had, when I discovered a really old slip of parchment. “The Vault of Ice holds many secrets,” I whispered to myself.
“AM NOT!” Aedan yelled back.
“I bet if Caroline were here she would agree with me!” Rebecca retorted.
“Umm, hel-looo, right he-ere,” I said waving a hand in her face.
“Well tell Aidan that he’s a coward!”
“Uhh—ooh! How ’bout we do the Vault of Ice with me?”
Of course my two best friends couldn’t refuse me, so ten minutes later we found ourselves fighting Guardian, Protector, and Defender of the Fang. When Aedan had finally catch-phrased the Protector out of existence and the last lock was broken, we could fight the Keeper of the Fang and get me closer towards the Temple of Storms.
“You guys ready?” I asked.
“Oh, yah, definitely” came the response.
“As long as Aedan doesn’t flee again.” Rebecca glared at him.
“Drop it,” I told her. Aedan pulled the lever, and the door opened. But instead of finding the Keeper of the Fang in the room, there was simply a hooded figure, standing as though waiting for us especially.
At first I thought this was the Keeper of the Fang, until the figure said in a cold voice, “How polite of you all to come.”
“Huh? Who are you?” Aedan asked stupidly.
“Oh, you wouldn’t know me, Mr. Thunderpyre,” the person laughed coldly. It was like shards of glass hitting the wall.
“Listen, just tell us who you are and what you want so we can fight the Keeper of the Fang,” Rebecca said calmly.
“It’s not all the simple, Miss Duskglade,” the person said. It was a woman. Her voice sounded really familiar. Like something you couldn’t forget.
Then I remembered where I’d heard it. Something from a dream—somewhere in on a street, a voice calling out—
“You’re the Cold Master,” I said.
“What do you want?” Rebecca growled.
“I think you already know what I want, Miss Duskglade,” she said.
“What?” I asked.
“Sylvia Drake’s Diadem,” Her Coldness whispered.
“We don’t have it,” I blurted out.
“But you can get it for me.”
“No way,” Rebecca said immediately. “C’mon, guys, we’re leaving.”
She turned around to leave, but all the sudden—
“ARISE, SPIRITS OF THE VAULT!” The Cold Master commanded, her voice reflecting off the walls. “DESTROY THOSE TRESPASSING UPON YOUR DOMAIN!”
Suddenly, (don’t ask me how, because I don’t know) five Colossi appeared, and raised their weapons, ready to defend their territory.
“Oh Bartelby, we’re screwed,” Aedan said nervously.
“Don’t say that,” Rebecca said.
One of the ice spirits cast a Snow Angel, which I thought was pretty unfair because Aedan didn’t have his Treasure Card with him this time, and I was only level 25 at the time.
I counterattacked with an Efreet, which took down Colossus #1 easily. But there were still four more Colossi.
Aedan said hid radical catch-phrase again: “I hope you like Storm cuz you’re in for a TEMPEST!”
Waves crashed against Colossi #1, 2, and 3, but #4 cast an Absorb shield, so the wave did hardly any damage.
#4 was a Cheater.
At first I thought, no maybe he cast the Absorb before, because the only cheaters are from Briskbreeze Tower and Celestia. But then the point was proved when Rebecca cast a Seraph, and the remaining Colossus cast a Life shield just as the Seraph was Smiting him.
I stared at the Cold Master. She was not watching and enjoying our struggle against the Colossus. Her hand was to the wall and she was whispering something.
I could’ve stared at her for a couple more minutes, but the cheating Colossus had cast a Colossus (Heheh go figure) that almost broke my neck. So right then I had to focus on the cheating Colossus. But honestly, how do you deal with a cheater if you’re under level 50?
Then the answer came so easily it was almost laughable.
Problem? Cheater. Solution? Cheat back.
“Hey! That’s cheating!” Aedan realized indignantly.
It took all of my mental willpower not to slap Aedan across the cheek and focus on the task at hand.
The Colossus casted a Leviathan that loomed over us, and I knew we were dead meat.
Aedan’s next brilliant idea: “I have got to have that card!”
Wow, Aedan. The likelihood of that happening is in 40 levels unless the Colossus suddenly…
So then I realized that I could steal the card from the Colossus.
I dodged the Leviathan, ran across the dueling circle, and stole the Colossus’s deck.
I returned to my spot in the circle and tossed Aedan the Leviathan card. “Now kill the Colossus!” I said excitedly.
I’d meant for Aedan to use the Leviathan card, but he instead used another Tempest. The Colossus, caught off guard, finally died then and there, leaving in his place a Krokomummy pet and (unbelievably) the Fang.
“Aedan, I wanted you to use the Leviathan card,” I said, grinning.
“No way, I’m holding onto it,” Aedan replied.
The Cold Master appeared to have left the room, so I stepped forward and took a rubbing of the obelisk.
The Cold Master was gone for now.
But she would come back.
Because she wanted us dead.

Next Chapter: The Bed of Ice

Friday, February 04, 2011

Controversy in Egypt and The Super Bowl

So you all must have heard about what's going on in Egypt. Hosni Mubarak has been in power for almost thirty years and Egyptians are starting to get phissed. I heard some are destroying ancient Egyptian artifacts, and others are beating up journalists. I think Mubarak is planning to retire which is good because Egypt is starting to effect the whole world (Unless Journey to the Center of the Earth really happened).And uh, I made up a joke:

The Vice President of Egypt says to President Mubarak: "People are protesting outside your house. What do you want to do?" To which the president says: "Tell them that the Internet is down."

Also, Super Bowl Sunday is coming up. PACKERRRRS!!!!!