Simply A Backstory - 3Chapter TwoSimply A Backstory - 3 by Imaginary-Shadow
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As anticipated, Fakir's research hadn't turned up very much. He had forgotten just how simplistic Tutu's appearance had been in the story. She played her role, and then vanished with her last words of love. He really had a lot of room to explore with his writing; which made it a bit more difficult, actually. For now, he still felt like he could only look so far into the story. But despite that weakness, he needed get back to writing before he got caught up in possibilities again. He wasn't affecting anyone with this, he reminded himself, he was just writing to explore the past. He could let the story sway itself if it wanted to, for it was already over. The ending wouldn't change. He just was going to fill in some gaps.
Princess Sylvia practiced her dancing as much as her father practiced his magic. She learned magic from her tutors, and while she picked it up well, she was nowhere near her father's proficiency. She insisted that she could help him more if he w
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Fakir danced in a practice room alone. Well, mostly alone. A few students had wandered into the upper loft and were probably watching him. He was a good dancer, but he didn't consider himself the best at the school. Perhaps with Mytho gone, they were searching for another target. But Fakir had little trouble ignoring them now; he concentrated on his balance, his form.
He had been trying to write, for quite a while now. But writer's block was not so easily overcome – especially when he was worried about what effect his 'inspiration' might have on the real world. He was tired of glaring at blank paper, though. So he was now trying to forget what he needed to be doing, and let his body slip back into old routines. He could focus on placement instead of paper, follow rhythm instead of writing words. Honestly, ballet had just been a passing interest for him as a child, but he'd wanted to stay close to Mytho, and Mytho was a natural at dance. Since that time, the art