Getting Nymph-ed

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In a world of mortals and things of higher being, every action has a price. Elissea, a Dryad (wood nymph) who guards the forest of Venea has been very particular of one hunter, Gion, a skilled mortal whose gift of sensing auras has always known the nymph’s presence. As a rule, dryads are not to appear in front of mortals and vice versa. On one of his nightly hunts, Gion was found by the night elves that emanates as soon as the last ray of light disappears and journeys on forests to feed on everything that lives. Nymphs have no hold on such creatures and so when Elissea saw what was happening, did not have a choice but to appear in front of Gion and defend him. The Hamadryas (mother nymph) knowing about the encounter, appeared and took Gion to the Underworld. Elissea is now left choosing to be a Lampad (underworld nymph) in exchange for Gion’s freedom or to live with him to be a mortal and at the expense of beauty and youth.

Would she choose to face a faith that was written for her or begin to fight and alter a whole world?




p.s. so I think something is still missing.


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