Hello, world! This is me making my debut in the world of fantasy/romance/adventure. Let's hope for the best, shall we?

*crosses fingers*

Soul Frangos didn't know what was worse: the fact that he and six other kids were in a parallel world full of creatures thought to be fiction where they were to fight in the war concerning light vs darkness or the fact that he was falling in love.

Sin goes with your demons.

Virtue goes with your angels.

There must be both good and bad in each person to make the world what it is today.

Without the bad, we cannot appreciate the good.

Without the good, we cannot revel in the bad.

There is no perfect human being. We are all made up of mistakes and flaws, but that is exactly what makes us beautiful.

What happens, however, when there is no bad? What happens, on the other hand, when there is no good?

What happens to the demons? What happens to the angels? Are they still within us?

Are we still truly human?

"Welcome to Arbor."




The day I died was tough on everyone, but not for the reason you're thinking.

It was the day we all wondered, the day we all prayed.

Would tomorrow ever come? Would we make it through the night?

I think I knew I wouldn't see tomorrow, knew I wouldn't make it.

I didn't feel guilt toward my choice, didn't feel guilt at all even though I was being selfish.

I did regret leaving her though, leaving her with sadness and pain.

What I wouldn't give to see her smile again, to hear her laugh again.

But that wasn't to be. Death does that, doesn't it?

But that's okay. It would be okay. She would be okay.

She was made of stronger stuff than that.

After all, that's why I fell for her, isn't it?




None of this makes sense to you.

Let's back up, shall we?

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