The Girl Who Could Do Magic - Chapter 2
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Chapter 2!! :)

The Girl Who Could Do Magic - Chapter 2

King Edward Flint was a very powerful mage. He had everything he could ever want. He was king after all.

The first thing he did when he came to power was change all the rules that his father had established. They made no sense, after all.

The new rules were:

1. No female mages. If anyone is caught talking with, helping, or being a female mage, then they will be severely punished and will have their magic removed.

2. Families that don't provide male mages for the military will be severely punished.

3. Anyone who turns out to be more powerful than the king will be severely punished and have their magic removed.

The last rule was a sort of unspoken rule that King Flint had made up to ensure that there was no rebellion.

King Flint was pretty proud of the empire he had made. His father had wanted to be a nice king, to make sure that everyone was treated fairly, regardless of who they were or what they believed.

Flint, however, believed the opposite.

His brother Arthur was supposed to be the king after his father, but they had both died mysteriously one day.

Not that Flint had anything to do with it.

Which, of course, he did.

Flint was relaxing in his chambers, admiring his fine clothes that he had just had made for the ball that night.

He smiled at the thought of the ball, how the official royal mages would make firework displays and other things, how there would be people from all over the kingdom, how--

"Your Majesty!!!" a servant gasped, bursting into the room. Flint frowned.

"Forgive me, Your Majesty," the servant gasped, out of breath.

It seemed as though he had run all the way from the bottom floor up to the tower. It must have been important.

"There has been a sighting of a girl practicing magic," the servant said. Flint frowned harder. It was important.

The truth was that the reason Flint did not allow female mages was because female mages are more powerful than male ones, and that they could easily overthrow him.

That and they are a great source of power that he could draw from to make him stronger.

"Where did it happen?" he asked, standing up and walking over to the servant.

"Not that far off, in the outskirts of the town," the servant said shyly. Flint guessed the servant had never actually met him before. He was right to be in awe.

"Get my carriage ready," Flint said.

"I need to investigate."

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