Wonderland Was Never Enough C2Wonderland Was Never Enough C29 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Juu's eyes snapped to the corner just as the man came upon them, swinging a heavy fist towards Kat. Before it could connect Juu thrust his own body into Kat's, effectively knocking her away and taking the blow himself.. His neck lashed to the side as he was stuck, slowly moving his head to glance back at the man, whose knuckles were slowly bleeding. "Did you forget already, Wykeed?" Juu grinned mischievously, rearing his head back before smashing it into Wykeed's. "Did you forget why it was I, not you, who led us to become so much?" This came out much differently than his normal speech. His voice was more of an aristocratic, calm manner now, with only a slight tinge of venom shining through the mask.
As he stumbled backwards from the impact, Wykeed seemed stunned for long enough to give Kat her first look at him. His skin was a dark tone, thus explaining why he hadn't stuck out immediately upon entering, paired with dull, gray clothing that was covered in soot and dirt. He was bald, an
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"This is ridiculous." Kat sighed, frustrated with it all as she walked through the thick forest, keeping to the path biblically. "First I follow that absolutely impossible White Rabbit, and fall through his blasted hole…Next thing I know I'm in this place. I swear if that stupid Rabbit hadn't goaded me into following him," She complained as she walked, unaware that having been in Wonderland was starting to affect her way of thinking. In reality the innocent White Rabbit hadn't done a thing to convince her to follow him through the Rabbit Hole, and actually hadn't the foggiest idea that she was following him.
Yet that's what happens when you visit Wonderland…your common sense is the first thing to go, if you even have any for following a talking rabbit into it's hole, which on the whole is a very stupid thing to do. However, we must continue on, or else we shall forever leave Kat standing in the forest, complaining about the White Rabbit.
She continued walking, her flowing red ha