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Rat I gazed out of my tower window. How boring it was to be a princess! Always being told what to do and who to be! I needed some fun! I folded my arms and leaned out the windowsill. This went on for a while. Then, one night, I heard something tapping on my window when I was in bed.
I got out of my large bed and walked towards the window. It was a low, autumn night, so there was a slight breeze. I opened the window.
"Hello?" I called out to the wind. "Is anyone out there?" Nothing replied. I shut the window. When I turned back to my bed I noticed a small black form sitting in the middle of the mattress. I didn't scream. I didn't jump. All I could do was stand there and stare. Then a most unusual thing happened. This black form began to speak. As it spoke, I turned on the lights.
"Hello," it said. It was a male, by the timbre of the voice.
"Why! You-You're a ra
Halloween Hiccups part 1.It was Halloween time, and me and Ink were preparing our home for lost beasts for the best holiday EVER! You see, our home for lost beasts took care of monsters. I was, or am, a Kappa, and Ink was an Imp. His ears flopped against the side of his face and he had two horns and small fangs. He had small bat wings on his shoulder blades and a long, snakelike tail.
My hair drooped over my eyes and my beak was small, somewhat duck-like. My feet were large and webbed, as my hands. My tail was short. I wasn't as amazing as Ink was, but I did have my special abilities.
Ink placed cobwebs on the windows, or at least was trying to. He slipped from the couch's arm and landed on his back.
"Ink...?" I asked, trying not to laugh.
"Ah, I'm alright Kelp," Ink said.
"If you say so...Want some candy corn?" I held out a large bowl filled with candy corn to the Imp. He took literally handfulls of it.
"Sorry for pigging out," he said with his thick Cajun accent. "You know how Imps feel about candy and stuff
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