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MasksEveryone was to attend the grand ball.
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People living in the monarchy and people living in poverty alike were all to arrive in masks.
This kingdom of balance was ruled by a man named Xehanort.
As long as there was up, there was down, as long as there was sadness it was mandatory to have happiness. Xehanort would tolerate nothing that did not have its equal counterpart.
Long, long, long ago in the olden times, the worlds were separate. There were many worlds-each a star shining in a dark night sky. These days were unbalanced, but they were sweet. Each world had its own rules, and these rules did not change people’s whole beings.
When Xehanort caught hold of the X-blade, the key to the heart of all worlds, he began to notice that some worlds were brighter than others.
This was not balance, not at all! And so with his X-blade, he combined all worlds into one, all under his control.
Now you see: the combined worlds were still not completely balanced.
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Fighting for Love Isn't it funny how a girl can mean so much to a boy? They call it romantic. Not age thirteen, at age thirteen, it's not love, it's biology; let someone test their blood and tell them they're fine. But these are just kids: they know little about biology and less about love. That's the way it always is. You learn a lot and lose even more, but don't tell that to the boys in this story. They don't know that.
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Anyone would have noticed how the two boys' gazes lingered on the girl; she was the one that every guy wanted: beautiful, charming, genuine. A summer girl, warm and as fleeting as the sunshine. And when it was cold, her eyes snowed, little snowflakes flickering deep down inside. But it was October right now, and if you looked closely you could see the leaves in her eyes turning colours.