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Theo - Story 2, Chapter 5 Two enormous groups of men were lined up in droves on opposite sides of the city. The men at the eastern side had leopard spots tattooed across their faces and parrot feathers in their hair. Some of them carried blow darts, others wielded bows and tar-covered arrows. Scattered amongst the fighters were several hungry-looking leopards, each cat twitching in anticipation of the imminent bloodbath.
At the western end of town, the battalion carried firearms and bore war paint that matched the striped patterns on their loyal Bengal tigers. In the very middle of the street, the leaders o
Theo - Story 2, Chapter 4 Under the light of the full moon, Knives jumped swiftly and silently over the rooftops of Blackchapel, coming to a stop over a bright red building. She glanced at her map to make sure that this was the sheriff's house, and seeing that it was, she hopped onto the ground and spotted an open window.
"This is going to be a piece of cake," she thought.
She stealthily crawled into the house, barely disturbing the dust on the windowsill. Once inside, she was shocked to see the plethora of valuable-looking clothes and artworks that filled the shabby old room
Theo - Story 2, Chapter 3 Side-by-side, Daniel and Campren hiked over rocks, streams, and large patches of odd grasses. Campren was already finding himself liking Daniel exponentially more than Theo. There were two reasons for this: firstly, Daniel never complained about Campren's pace, even though the lad was clearly used to travelling at a brisker speed. Secondly, he didn't insist on giving any lectures on destiny. In fact, he had been silent for most of the journey.
"You don't seem like you're from the book," Daniel asked abruptly.
"Wha--? Oh, you mean The Book of Stories.
Theo - Story 2, Chapter 2 Arrows of light flitted through the threes as the sun crawled up morning sky. Campren was overjoyed to finally have some sunlight; he'd been having a great deal of difficulty keeping up with Theo in the dark without tripping on the ferns and vines that littered the forest floor.
"Can we stop and rest for a minute?" Campren asked in between gasps for breath. "You wouldn't believe how much walking I've done these past few days."
He was already regretting his choice to tag along with Theo. He realized in retrospect that he should have expected things to get rough when Theo had opted to take a shortcut through a tropical forest
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