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Our decision has been made [M-M]Maria
The tree was dying. That's what they said. It looked to be the truth too. It.... looked like it was wilting.
..... Was.... Was this really it, then?
Maria looked up at the giant plant, eyebrows furrowed.
They all had a choice. Leave or stay. Leaving was the supposed safer option, everyone knew. Or, at least, surely that's what they all thought.
Everyone surely also knew what Maria had to lose.
The pink haired royal tea had a girlfriend who she adored.
She had a big sister who she admired.
Even away from the school, she had a family. Two fathers, and a giant bucket full of people she considered family.
Maria Rose had a lot to lose by staying.
Yet, when she looked back....
.... It felt wrong to leave.
She'd seen so much, things she wouldn't have ever seen if she stayed pent up at home all her life, or even if she stepped out of it.
There were so many splendid things hidden from the normal eye, all of which was so beautiful. Some of it was also... scary, t
Mahou Majestea - Night-time Regulars (written)
The tree is dying? The tree is dying. I guess it can do that, too.
Can it though?
Aah, there are still a lot of things I don’t understand.
It was night. The moon was somewhat lighting up the campus, but something seemed off. Different. Was it because the tree’s barrier was disappearing? Or was she just imagining things? Probably the latter. Delli had a tendency to do that once she got herself worked up.
Eventually, she stopped by some windows. Tey was staring out them, onto the garden.
“Everything does seem a bit different, right? Even you feel it, right?”
Tey didn’t respond.
However, the reason for her stopping wasn’t just to stargaze. Delli could hear someone else walking through the hallways, and wanted see who it was.
“Oh... “ The somewhat soft gasp came from one of the school Alumni, Suzanne Bellamy.
If it had been anyone else, Delli probably wouldn’t have bothered stopp