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I was walking around with Toadstool. “I never thought I would see this city with my own eyes,” said Toadstool. “Me either,” I said, “I ought to keep this book around with me more often.” “Where did you find it anyway?” she asked. “It was lying on an old bed,” I said, “It has a lot of info about this world too.” Ike was watching us. “That boy has some good potential on him,” he said. “Yeah, but he’s just a kid,” said Cloud. “You were a kid once too,” said Ike, “You’re still a kid now.” “I guess you’re right,” he said. Moments later I was walking to Robin’s magic class. After a few days they decided to make me one of their students. “Question,” said Robin, “What is Fire?” “Fire is the chi that keeps you warm and the light that guides your way,” we all said. “Correct,
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Toadstool and I were heading far from the Mushroom Kingdom to find shelter. “I should’ve known my own trusted companion was behind this entire attack,” said Toadsworth. “I was trying to tell you he was evil,” said Toadstool, “I saw it in his eyes that he couldn’t be trusted.” I kept walking. I remembered the thing I did at Blue Shell Business Boarding School. “Why did I do that?” I asked myself. I looked at my hands. “Were these hands meant to destroy?” Toadstool took my hands. “Don’t let it get to you,” she said, “You did what you thought was right.” “I know,” I said, “But I didn’t mean to kill him.” She gave me a hug. Saria heard something. “You know, you should think of this as a start of something new and….