The Alternate RoomThe Alternate Room is located in the Otherworlde Castle, on the third floor. Due the way that the castle's rooms are fluid, its location varies, but it's always on the fourth floor and it's a large, heavy wooden door marked by a carved pentagram on the outside. A large, dark steel ring makes up the handle, and if pulled open, a student can make their way inside.
The inside of the room is approximately nine feet by ten feet, and it appears bare when you enter it. The stone walls and floors promise no entertainment. However, if you walk into the room and stand in the center, the room's appearance will start to shift. The walls will slowly disappear and the floor beneath you will transform into ground. The room itself is a portal, and it transports the person standing in it into the Alternate Realm.
In the Alternate Realm, the world is constantly in flux, affected by the thoughts, dreams, and pasts of the people who are in it. Those with stronger emotions and ties t
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OW: NEC 301/2 - What A Cruel WorldIt was snowing.OW: NEC 301/2 - What A Cruel World by zstew2
Slowly frozen white droplets had fallen from the sky; originally they had been rain until it had gotten cold. The snowflakes turned into unique patterns as they formed and fell, making their way onto the world below.
It was cold.
How did people believe the snow was beautiful when it froze and killed so many things? Animals, insects, plants, people; they died in the snow, in the freezing bite that was winter. But soon it was to thaw again, not long after, or during, the term in which Emily was to graduate Necromancy. It was amazing that how when doing classes like Necromancy, where you constantly dealt with life and death, that you grew accustomed to seeing death and life in so many things.
Though the Emere mainly focused on death rather than life. After all, it was much easier to notice death than it was to notice and acknowledge life. Especially when it was built into your very being.
In order to hide her face, Emily wore the cloak that she had bought last month, which