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LossThe light grew dimmer with each passing moment. Simply staying conscious was nearly too much of an effort to maintain, but she knew she couldn't stay like this.Loss in Introductions & Chapters
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The girl forced herself to sit up on the bed, and pulled the blanket around her, peering out the window as she tried to gather her energy. Outside, every building she could see appeared in disrepair. There was no fire, no light at all save for the setting sun. Vines and lichen overtook the wooden structures, underbrush and the forest itself having grown unrestrained out into the village. In stark contrast were the trees nearest her, devoid of leaves and withered from the tips of their branches to the roots that hung lifelessly from the windowsill, burnt tips lying about the floor.
Shakily, she began to step off the bed, feeling her legs buckle beneath her too late and collapsing against the stone floor with the musty blanket fluttering after her. Urgency drove her to claw up the furniture and to her feet once more. Her entire b