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Starchild Escapes Arranged Marriage – Chapter 232

Publish Time: 2022-06-15 06:39:41 156 views
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Chapter 232:-That Day
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She-gave up-on practicing-the complex-divine spells-and reciting-the head-scratching-religious doctrine-every day.
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After-becoming a-member of-the caravan,-she only-needed to-learn the-knowledge of-trading and-enjoy the-days of-travel.
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In the-caravan, no-one could-live an-extravagant life-without working-hard with-their own-hands.
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Every time-they passed-by a-village, she-would record-the village's-special local-products in-her notebook.-She imagined-that one-day, she-would bring-her own-caravan back-to the-villages and-trade with-the villagers-just like-what the-current caravan-had done.
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It-seemed that-it wasn't-an impossible-dream. Compared-to being-the Queen,-this future-was much-better in-her heart.
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As-time went-by, she-had followed-the caravan-travelling around-the world-for a-whole year,-and learned-how to-buy and-sell goods-bit by-bit.
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She was-a smart-little girl.-One year-later, although-she was-still only-nine years-old, she-was already-able to-buy and-sell goods-alone. Every-time when-the caravan-stopped and-rested in-a city-or a-village, she-would spread-out goods-to sale-in her-own booth.
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Although-she couldn't-earn a-lot from-this, she-still felt-happy, because-she was-indeed walking-forward on-the road-to the-future that-she wanted-to have.
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Before-that day,-she always-believed that-she could-be an-excellent merchant.-Perhaps a-few years-later, she-would be-able to-team up-with the-young children-in the-caravan and-form a-new caravan-with them.-And this-was what-the adults-in the-caravan were-happy to-see. They-always looked-at these-brave young-children with-their warm-eyes and-encouraged them-to do-whatever they-wanted to-do.
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At the-beginning of-history, there-was only-one caravan-in the-Water God's-world. As-time went-by, the-children in-the caravan-gradually grew-up and-left the-caravan. They-teamed up-and formed-new caravans-one by-one, because-they believed-that they-were trying-to build-a better-future for-all of-the Water-God's world.
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People-believed that-they should-give the-credit to-the great-Water God.-Because the-Water God-was blessing-all living-beings in-this world,-so that-this world-could be-so prosperous-and vibrant.
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However,-the world-wasn't always-peaceful. Even-in such-a beautiful-world, there-were still-horrible things-out there.
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It-was a-sunny morning.-Elizabeth was-looking at-the distant-sky. Pink-clouds floated-in the-sky as-if they-were some-shy blushing-girls, and-behind the-clouds, the-sun half-exposed its-red face.-After a-while, the-clouds faded-away and-the sun-rose, everything-on the-ground was-basking in-the bright-sunlight.
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"What a-nice day!"
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"We-should set-out on-our journey-now."
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"Elizabeth, let's-go!"
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For some-reason, as-everyone was-bursting with-happiness, Elizabeth-suddenly sensed-a special-feeling. Her-bloodline made-her uneasy,-as if-it was-warning her-that something-was coming.-Unfortunately, she-didn't understand-that warning-from her-bloodline at-that time.
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Soon-after, the-whole caravan-embarked on-the journey-and slowly-moved onto-the safe-route.
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However, about-two hours-later, the-mist around-them suddenly-became cold-and damp.
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As-gusts of-wind blew-over the-whole caravan-from the-mist, the-sunny sky-darkened as-the mist-became thicker-and thicker.
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"No!-It's Mist-Tide!"
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"That can't-be true!-The Mist-Tide shouldn't-come at-this time!"
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"Run,-run! Just-leave the-goods here.-Run as-fast as-you can!"
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Why-is everyone-so scared?-Why is-everyone's face-turning pale?
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Unfortunately,-the mist-had surrounded-the unlucky-caravan. After-a few-seconds, the-huge Mist-Tide had-swallowed the-whole caravan.
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"No!-I don't-want to-die!"
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"God, please-save us!-At least,-please save-my child!"
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"The-great Water-God, help-us!"
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The people-reverently prayed,-however, it-couldn't save-them.
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Mist Tide-was one-of the-most dangerous-natural disasters-in the-Water God's-world. If-the fertile-land and-the sweet-fountains were-the god's-blessing the-world, then-the unpredictable-Mist Tide-was all-the world's-nightmare.
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No one-knew what-would happen-to the-people who-were involved-in the-Mist Tide,-because no-one had-ever returned-from it.
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That-day, after-witnessing what-happened in-the Mist-Tide, for-the first-time, Elizabeth-realized how-feeble and-naive she-was.
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The uncles-and aunts,-who had-been considered-to be-her families,-froze and-was swallowed-in front-of her-by the-mist. An-unknown horrible-monster came-with the-Mist Tide-and ate-the people-of the-caravan one-by one-in front-of her.
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Her-friends, the-boys and-girls who-had promised-that they-would form-a new-caravan and-work around-the world-with her,-cried and-struggled in-the monster's-paws. However,-their struggle-was meaningless.-The monster-slowly and-ruthlessly ate-Elizabeth's friends,-breaking all-her dreams-about her-future.
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"Elizabeth, if-you can-be the-Queen, I-believe that-you will-be a-good Queen."
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"Elizabeth,-the Queen-is very-special."
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"Elizabeth,-you are-beloved by-the god."
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The-monster didn't-eat Elizabeth.-Although it-stared at-her with-a great-greed, but-it sensed-a very-special aura-from her,-which made-it hesitate-for a-very long-while and-finally left-reluctantly.
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At that-moment, Elizabeth-finally understood-what the-Queen's bloodline-meant. Even-if she-had only-a little-part of-the first-Queen's bloodline,-she was-still special.
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Maybe-this was-the reason-why the-monster was-scared away.
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She-finally understood-how feeble-and naive-she was.
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After-losing everything,-she returned-to her-family. When-she picked-up the-divine spell-book again,-she cried-and blamed-herself because-she didn't-study hard-in the-past.
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If I-had mastered-the strong-divinity spells-in the-book, I-could’ve defeated-the monster-in the-mist and-changed my-whole caravan's-miserable fate!
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After-that, she-matured overnight.-She realized-the importance-of her-bloodline and-the fate-she would-carry on-her back.
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This-world wasn't-as wonderful-as she-thought before.-There were-monsters in-the mist-and demons-in people’s-nightmare. This-world also-had its-dark side.
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