Half Creature S1 P16 *FINALE* ~ By Prishy
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WAHHHH. I loved this series. I'll probably, most likely make a season 2. Let me know in da comments if you enjoyed this series! <3
Oh, also: THIS IS REALLLYYY LONG. Just to let you know. :)

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Half Creature S1 P16 *FINALE* ~ By Prishy

I whirled around. Birsha, in one hand a knife, and the other a jar of marinara sauce, was glaring at me, his piercing red eyes narrowing.

I whirled around. Birsha, in one hand a knife, and the other a jar of marinara sauce, was glaring at me, his piercing red eyes narrowing. "I knew it," he said. "I'm not dumb, you know."

I whirled around. Birsha, in one hand a knife, and the other a jar of marinara sauce, was glaring at me, his piercing red eyes narrowing. "I knew it," he said. "I'm not dumb, you know." "No, you're just idiotic, a jerk, a cannibalist, an-" Sara started, back in her human form.

"Oh, so you're a half creature too?" he drawled. "More for me, then!" He cackled wildly and grabbed us both by our throats. Before we knew it, me and Sara were locked inside a dark, dusty room.

"Oh, so you're a half creature too?" he drawled. "More for me, then!" He cackled wildly and grabbed us both by our throats. Before we knew it, me and Sara were locked inside a dark, dusty room. Without our swords.

"Oh, god. What are we going to-" I started, but Sara wasn't there. I looked around frantically. "Sara? Sara! Where'd you-"

"Oh, god. What are we going to-" I started, but Sara wasn't there. I looked around frantically. "Sara? Sara! Where'd you-" Someone swore loudly- a girl. Sara. In her pixie form.

"Oh, god. What are we going to-" I started, but Sara wasn't there. I looked around frantically. "Sara? Sara! Where'd you-" Someone swore loudly- a girl. Sara. In her pixie form. That was it.

"Sara- can you try picking the lock? For the door?"

"Sara- can you try picking the lock? For the door?" "Sure. But I'm not promising anything."

"Sara- can you try picking the lock? For the door?" "Sure. But I'm not promising anything." She bent over the door handle. I couldn't see what she was doing, but the next moment, it was unlocked. The door swung open.

"Sara- can you try picking the lock? For the door?" "Sure. But I'm not promising anything." She bent over the door handle. I couldn't see what she was doing, but the next moment, it was unlocked. The door swung open. "Yes! Thank you!" I said.

"Eh, it's no biggie." she said, smiling.

"Eh, it's no biggie." she said, smiling. Back in her human form, we crept along the walls of Birsha's shed. Something glinted a few feet away, and I had this powerful urge to go check it out.

"I'll be right back. Stay here." I said. Sara nodded and shifted uneasily. I followed the glint, which seemed to have an alluring aura. I followed it all the way inside a room.

"I'll be right back. Stay here." I said. Sara nodded and shifted uneasily. I followed the glint, which seemed to have an alluring aura. I followed it all the way inside a room. I slowly opened the door and--

"I'll be right back. Stay here." I said. Sara nodded and shifted uneasily. I followed the glint, which seemed to have an alluring aura. I followed it all the way inside a room. I slowly opened the door and-- My sword lay on the floor, untouched, and unbroken. I picked it up and examined it.

Dragon Warrior.

Dragon Warrior. ~ ~ ~

"Come on! We gotta go find this guy. Where-?"

"Come on! We gotta go find this guy. Where-?" There was a bang from downstairs. The wooden, moldy floors creaked.

"Come on! We gotta go find this guy. Where-?" There was a bang from downstairs. The wooden, moldy floors creaked. "Ace!" I exclaimed. Ace had emerged from a closet.

"Come on! We gotta go find this guy. Where-?" There was a bang from downstairs. The wooden, moldy floors creaked. "Ace!" I exclaimed. Ace had emerged from a closet. "Hullo," he said.

"Come on! We gotta go find this guy. Where-?" There was a bang from downstairs. The wooden, moldy floors creaked. "Ace!" I exclaimed. Ace had emerged from a closet. "Hullo," he said. "What are you doing here?"

"Well, I couldn't leave you." he smiled. My heart melted.

"Well, I couldn't leave you." he smiled. My heart melted. "Sorry to break this romantic moment," Sara said irritably. "but we need to get out of here. Like, now."

"Well, I couldn't leave you." he smiled. My heart melted. "Sorry to break this romantic moment," Sara said irritably. "but we need to get out of here. Like, now." Me and Ace both went pink, but agreed. We followed her down the hall and down the stairs.

"Come on. The box. It's right here."

"Come on. The box. It's right here." "What, we're going to hide inside of a box?"

"Come on. The box. It's right here." "What, we're going to hide inside of a box?" Ace grinned, a mischievous glint in his eyes. "You will see."

"Or will you?" a raspy voice behind me cackled. Birsha, still holding his jar of marinara sauce, stood behind me. A gold sword was in his other hand,

"Or will you?" a raspy voice behind me cackled. Birsha, still holding his jar of marinara sauce, stood behind me. A gold sword was in his other hand, It. Was. On.

~ ~ ~

Me, Ace, and Sara had started to fight Birsha. And not fists and all. Swords.

Me, Ace, and Sara had started to fight Birsha. And not fists and all. Swords. I was never too good with swords. I mean, sure, I could do a killer fencing move, but otherwise, I was naive. But I continued to fight.

Me, Ace, and Sara had started to fight Birsha. And not fists and all. Swords. I was never too good with swords. I mean, sure, I could do a killer fencing move, but otherwise, I was naive. But I continued to fight. "Hey, guys! What's-?" Audrey popped out of the box and stared in horror.

"Yeah- we could use some help!" Sara yelled. Audrey immediately came.

"Yeah- we could use some help!" Sara yelled. Audrey immediately came. There was a sudden searing pain in my left leg. I looked down in mere shock and saw that Birsha had stabbed it, hard. Anger flooded inside my stomach.

With the last of my strength, I flung my sword toward the monster. It was all very fast. I stabbed him in the middle of his two ribs.

With the last of my strength, I flung my sword toward the monster. It was all very fast. I stabbed him in the middle of his two ribs. His eyes widened, and he collapsed onto the moldy hardwood floors. I could see him incinerate before everything went black.

I woke up in an incredibly comfortable bed, and in a startlingly white room. I blinked. 5 extremely familiar faces were staring back at me, looking worried.

I woke up in an incredibly comfortable bed, and in a startlingly white room. I blinked. 5 extremely familiar faces were staring back at me, looking worried. "A-Ace? Sara? And- Liam. Ava. Audrey. What happened?" I asked, very bemused.

I woke up in an incredibly comfortable bed, and in a startlingly white room. I blinked. 5 extremely familiar faces were staring back at me, looking worried. "A-Ace? Sara? And- Liam. Ava. Audrey. What happened?" I asked, very bemused. "You did it," Sara said. "He's gone."

"Gone? Like- gone, gone?"

"Gone? Like- gone, gone?" "Yeah." a grin slowly spread over her face. I relaxed.

"Gone? Like- gone, gone?" "Yeah." a grin slowly spread over her face. I relaxed. "We did it," I said slowly, still comprehending what Sara had just said. "We- he's gone."

The color had returned to everyone's faces. It was all over. No more hunts for half creatures. No more running. Everything was fine.

The color had returned to everyone's faces. It was all over. No more hunts for half creatures. No more running. Everything was fine. "Ahem. Ava, Sara, Audrey- I feel like- uh. Getting some water. Right?" Liam said suddenly.

"Riiiight." Sara grinned. "Yeah. Come on."

"Riiiight." Sara grinned. "Yeah. Come on." She dragged Liam, Ava, and Audrey out of the room, which left only me and Ace.

"Riiiight." Sara grinned. "Yeah. Come on." She dragged Liam, Ava, and Audrey out of the room, which left only me and Ace. "Congrats, Amari. You did it." Ace said, smiling. His grey eyes were beaming.

"What? Me? I couldn't have done it without you." I said. Why was it I had to go red now? WHY NOW?

"What? Me? I couldn't have done it without you." I said. Why was it I had to go red now? WHY NOW? "So, um. I know the past few days haven't been... the best. So I got you a gift." he said, smiling.

"What? Me? I couldn't have done it without you." I said. Why was it I had to go red now? WHY NOW? "So, um. I know the past few days haven't been... the best. So I got you a gift." he said, smiling. "Oh? What is it?" I asked curiously.

"Close your eyes," he said. I obeyed.

"Close your eyes," he said. I obeyed. And then his lips touched mine. It felt amazing, like nobody was in the world but us. Butterflies swarmed in my stomach, fluttering about.

After a while, we broke apart. I couldn't believe it. Ace had actually kissed me. And I enjoyed every second of it.

After a while, we broke apart. I couldn't believe it. Ace had actually kissed me. And I enjoyed every second of it. ~ ~ ~

The cold breeze of December whipped my caramel-brown hair across my face. I was lying on the freshly-mowed lawn of the rebuilt HOHC, and I didn't have a care in the world. I'd defeated Birsha. Ace asked me out.

And best of all- a new director and co-director were now managing HOHC. Mr and Mrs Holsworth weren't the same as Mr J and Miss Laurier, but they were still awesome.

And best of all- a new director and co-director were now managing HOHC. Mr and Mrs Holsworth weren't the same as Mr J and Miss Laurier, but they were still awesome. They were a married couple in their 50s, who loved to bake and loved children.

I'd gone to Miss Laurier and Mr J's funeral. Okay, so maybe Mr J was a jerk. But not going to his funeral was just going to be a disgrace.

I'd gone to Miss Laurier and Mr J's funeral. Okay, so maybe Mr J was a jerk. But not going to his funeral was just going to be a disgrace. So as I lay on the lawn, staring into the beautiful, amber-colored sunset, and breathing into the piny air, for the first time in days, I smiled.

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