Of Good and Evil (Fiolee) *FINALE* Ch.13Fionna and Marshall met eyes. Fionna could see, he was different, almost lifeless. His gaze showed none of the love, or caring, or even sagacity they had before. They were hurt. They were sad. They were defeated.More Like This
The adventuress had been to countless caves, dungeons, and evil lairs. She has probably seen the most intimidating castles and caverns of anyone in the land. But nothing could prepare her for where she was now.
Being in the Nightosphere was unlike anything she had ever seen. It was horrifying, mentally disarming, and it probably would have fazed any normal teenage girl that found herself in its shadowy pits.
Fionna was no normal teenage girl.
She had pulled together all the effort in her entire body and— with Cake by her side—braved the Nightosphere like a true hero. She made it all this way to be presented with her biggest challenge in the halls of Marshall’s mother.
Now with Cake dazed on the sidelines, knocked out by the mother of Marshall Lee, Fionna was
Of Good and Evil (Fiolee) - Ch.8“…Then I ran all the way home, balling my eyes out.”More Like This
Fionna finished her story quite bluntly; with a certain frankness that caused Marshall to admire her, as opposed to viewing one with his normal condescension.
Marshall sat with his hands behind him, propping himself up in a sitting position with Fionna lying on the ground near his out-stretched legs. Her blonde hair was splayed out behind her head much like her dress, which also lay across the grass around her. They were sitting on a soft, green hill overlooking the Candy Kingdom and all its sugary glory. There wasn’t a tree on the entire hill, allowing for a perfect viewpoint of the stars.
It was late in the night, and the moon was high overhead, illuminating the grass, creating a calming effect. The stars were sprinkled around the sky, and as they sparkled indefinitely in the dark blue above, the unlikely pair of adventuress and vampire gazed up at their beauty.
After Fionna had regained her sanity from her