HeartBrokenThe Prince hated as he had never hated before, and it was not enough.HeartBroken by MoonShadowMagic
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The Raven laughed at him, thinking only that when the Prince fell, the heart to be harvested would still taste the sweetest out of all the kingdom. And the Prince must falter soon; no mortal man could fight so hard for long. The Raven did not know, exactly, how he himself could be killed, and somehow he knew that the only thing likely to harm him was the Prince's sword. He did not question how he knew that it was magical. Still, though the Prince could summon brambles and flowers to speed him and hinder his enemy, though the forces of the Kingdom had given themselves in his service by this time, the flick of wing or claw or beak had been enough to hold them all off. And oh, the hearts of the dead yet to be feasted upon.
Enough was enough, though. The Raven would never admit to himself that there was pain, or that some of the pain meant that he had been injured, and that the injuries were a drain upon his own strength
The Prince and the Raven: Chapter OneThe Prince and the Raven: Chapter One by Waifine
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Darkness is Banished
Once upon a time, there was a king and a queen who wanted a child more than any treasure in the world. But when a prince was at last born to the aging couple, they learned that his fate would be to protect all weak things even at the cost of his life. 
Mime, the old king of the land, stared into the face of his dearest friend, feeling in that moment the full burden of a heavy heart. They had been through much together. Many wars. Too many, if he was honest. And he did always try to be honest, just as the man before him did. It was because of this that his next question was so entirely hollow and lackluster. "You are certain?"
The Court Mage, with his long flowing beard that touched the carpeted floor, nodded solemnly. He was a haggard man. Life, and the Sight that he possessed, had weighed with him over the years. "I am afraid there can be no doubt. Your son shall grow into a man who loves everyone.
School Life"That's the worst stuff for you, you know," said the second- most irritating voice in the school. Duck lifted her eyes and managed a smile. "What say I remove some temptation? Mmmm. Still hot. Peppers and mushrooms. I commend your taste. You got cheated today, you know. And last month."School Life by MoonShadowMagic
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Duck was ready to be cheered up, and Irina was better at it than Pique or Lillie. Since returning to the Academy, Duck had worked through the Beginners class. She certainly wasn't ready to displace any of the Advanced students yet, that would take years; but, if she did say so herself, Intermediate should have been within reach. She felt she had passed beyond what the Beginner class could teach her.
Still, that was herself thinking that. She wouldn't be the best judge, right?
"You're just saying that for my food."
"Actually, no," said Irina, wiping her chin. "I mean that. You're disappointed too, or you wouldn't be weeping into your pizza. The only ones who think you aren't ready are Miss Ziege and her