A Day in The Wizard Tower Tales
Zachary the somewhat Lucid was playing chess with Zachary the All-Knowing both were in a tight deadlock. Though they both looked eighteen they were at least four thousand years old finally Zachary the All-Knowing ended the game by saying the word stalemate Zachary the somewhat Lucid grumbled but it was indeed a stalemate.
"Focus all your magic energy into the spell Spazina" Zachary the Wizard said as the opposite sex clone closed her eyes blocking out everything "VINDICTUS PYROSIS" the Spazina said in a commanding voice as a small walls of flame came right of her wand. Since Spazina was the only apprentice she worked very hard as their were three Zachary Wizards she worked exceptionally hard the fact that she cast her first spell made her swell up with pride and determination. Zachary the Wizard dismissed her and she retired to her normal quarters it was simple dwelling a bed and a candle lamp and a wooden table and a very small space but since Spazina was seven It was just right for her.
It was getting late and for the whole day Zachary the All-Knowing and Zachary the somewhat Lucid were locked in what seemed to be a eternal battle of chess. Spazina handed both of them their tonics called "WAKEUPICIS" they both drank the tonic and were instantly awake they then ordered Spazina kindly to make her make another tonic. Spazina went back to the kitchen and started to stir the cauldron it was advance task she had to grind the forever leaves and then stir the grounded leaves into the pot with Trolls Blood the thought repulsed her yet she knew that she was a apprentices and It was her task to get all the commands correct and that is what she finally she brewed this foul smelling blue green liquid. Wiping the sweat from her forehead she decided to watch the two Zachary Wizard and was amazed at how they spent the whole day playing chess. "I'm glad I'm not a wizard" Spazina laughed finally Zachary the somewhat Lucid shouted the words "CHECKMATE" and with that the game ended they both shook each other hands and then thanked Spazina for doing her duties with great Importance they then put the WAKEUPICIS into the Cellar to keep the tonic cool. Spazina once again retired to her chambers however she stopped at the kitchen to get her pound cake she made for a seven year old she was very good at doing hard task but since she was a apprentice she had to know all these skills. She then went to her chambers lit her candle lamp and ate her pound cake. She then got dressed into her sleep attire and went under the very scratchy sheets and blew out her candle it was indeed a very busy day she said to herself.