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Moria Steals a Key (fiction)

Discussion in 'UO Sonoma' started by EM Sangria, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. EM Sangria

    EM Sangria UO Event Moderator
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    Moira could not believe she was going to steal something. She kept glancing back over her shoulder. No one seemed to be following her. Fallen leaves made crinkling sounds as she quickly ran between the trees. She had to do this. It was for Mary. Although she was not exerted, her heart pounded in her chest. She was sure the people in Luna could hear it even though she was at the award hall.

    Another look around revealed that she was indeed alone as she entered the museum. The key to the portal was right ahead and in clear view. Mary needed to make a portal for her safety. That was what Mary had told her. Mary had tried to open the portal but had not been successful. When she heard about the key she understood. Now she just needed one little key to complete her spell. Moira hesitated for just a moment then the key was in her pocket and she hastily made her exit. She head for the place where Mary asked her to hide the key.

    Years ago when Moria had thought she had lost her sister forever, it completely devastated her. Mary promised to turn her into a vampire if she did this for her. It would be wonderful knowing they would be together forever. But on the way to the hiding place, she hesitated... Mary wasn’t the same. There was no denying that. What if she just took the key and refused once again to turn her? This thought stopped Moria cold in her tracks.

    Moria’s path changed. For the first time in her life she wasn’t going to trust her sister. She’d hide the key someplace safe and when Mary turned her, then she’d reveal it’s location. At least that was the plan... She placed the key beside her very worn doll that Mary had made her in a very secret place.

    When she gave Mary the ultimatum and told her what she had done and what she wanted, Mary screamed with rage. She focused her ire on a nearby, grazing cow and ripped it to bloody pieces with her bare hands and teeth. When she regained her composure, she turned to Moria, still covered in blood and said, ‘That could have been you. I don’t have time to turn you and I don’t have time for any games. Where’s the key?’