Post by Rynn Sigilaem on Nov 19, 2018 7:05:32 GMT -5
Young Rynn’s adventure and studies continued. After reaching Destiny Islands, meeting various people there and observing what he could find, the next world the young man was meaning to visit had something of a connected history to the islands— and this intrigued him greatly. What exactly was that shared history about? Essentially strung along by his curiosity once again, Rynn had to know; or at least get closer to knowing.
After a short trip on another Gummi Ship service, he had arrived on the world known as Radiant Garden; that had a beautiful pearly castle as the main feature and a town surrounding it. Plantlife was plentiful here, as per the name. Content to simply stroll around and see the sights, Rynn ended up having a similar feeling regarding the atmosphere here as he did on Destiny Islands. He was on the trail of something, that much was certain.
Soon enough; he came across a modest little building with a sign above it— Merlin’s Magical Manuals— this obviously intrigued Rynn immediately. Another little sign in the window read ‘home of the Radiant Garden Reconstruction Committee’, which was something a few locals had mentioned to Rynn when he asked about the world. The store/committee centre was open for business, so Rynn entered. Unfortunately, Merlin was not around it seemed, according to the people currently taking care of the place.
While disappointing, there was no reason to be all that disappointed, for there was still a whole archive of stuff for Rynn to investigate. During his browsing; Rynn happened upon a very odd and out of place book that was simply left on a table rather than be returned to the appropriate shelf… Was it a children’s book? There was a picture of a young man with spiky brown hair wearing adventurer’s garb and a little yellow bear with a red shirt. ‘... Winnie the Pooh?’ Quirking a brow, Rynn moved to get a better look at the book. ‘Who left it out here like this?’
Strangely enough Rynn felt some manner of unique magic emanating from the tome. Picking it up, he sought to find its proper place; but the mysterious weight to this book seemingly called out to Rynn with a warm fuzzy feeling, as if the book itself was wishing to guide him; and it felt perfectly fine for some reason. Seeing no harm in such an honest little book, Rynn answered the call, and opened the book…
In a soft glimmer of light, Rynn blinked found himself in a completely different place! A calm and serene clearing near some woods, the sky the grass and the wind were all so real! Rynn was confused for a moment, then realized that warm and fuzzy feeling he felt moments ago, was effectively all around him! He knew what this tome could be like; a storybook that was literally a portal to another world! “Woah…”
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