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Zombies had magical sight that enabled them to see in the completely dark passage. The only disadvantage was that the sight made everything appear black, white and fifty shades of grey.
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They reached stairs after a few feet. Decades of moisture seeping through cracks in the stone made the walls and steps slimy. They made their way slower than usual and surprisingly managed to reach the bottom without incident. After twenty feet, they reached a dead end.
Zachary looked closer and saw that it was another secret entrance.
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He easily found the mechanism to open it. It made grinding noises from centuries of disuse, but the fact that it opened at all impressed him. Inside was a large round room. With his dark vision, Zachary saw that debris and decades of dirt covered the ground. A few pieces of crumbling stone furniture littered the room.
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Night crawling vines traveled up the walls and mushrooms popped up from the floor. He also saw a figure in the middle of the room. It was twice as large as a man and had skin like clay. Its head lifted and a low moan escaped its thick lips. The fists were like boulders at the end of arms as thick as tree trunks. Zachary drew his thin, lightly curved sword. The blade glowed with a sickly magic. The golem lumbered towards them. Al scuffled past Zachary and mindlessly slugged the golem.
Regrettably, his fist fell off again. Zombie goo splattered all over the room as Al was squished into mush.
It gave Zachary an opening to begin slashing at the creature. The golem swung a fist, but Zachary was fast for a zombie and ducked the blow. The creature fell into a pile of sludge. He looked around the room while Gus and Carl kicked the motionless golem. Zachary rolled his eyes. He had no such luck. Gus and Carl laughed at him and pointed their fingers. After lighting the lantern so he could see colors, he began searching the room. A staircase at the opposite side of the room led down. The way up had collapsed at some point in the past.
He shuffled to a stone desk against a wall. After a moment of searching it, he discovered a secret compartment in the bottom of one of the drawers. Gert had let him keep his set of magical lockpicks, so Zachary pulled them out and worked on the latch to the drawer. It only took a few minutes to figure out the secret and unlock it. After putting away the picks, Zachary pulled open the compartment. Within was a jeweled dagger, just the thing he had come for.
Turning it in his hands, he could see that it was golden and had rubies set at the end of the hilt and in each of the crossbars. Zachary looked closer at something wrapped around the hilt.
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It looked like a snake. Suddenly it began to glow. He held the dagger by the blade with his outstretched arm, ready to drop it if necessary. The worm glowed blue and dropped to the floor. It was about three inches long, with blue skin and a large head. Sharp teeth filled a mouth below evil red eyes. Carl had finally gotten his leg back on, so he tried using it to step on the tiny creature.
Regrettably, the leg fell off again before stomping. Carl fell forward and desperately began hopping in an attempt to keep his balance until he fell down the staircase on the other side of the room.
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They listened to soft thuds combined with clattering bones until a last thump came up the stairs. The Wicked Worm turned to face Zachary. My wrath is great, foolish zombie! The Wicked Worm then lifted Gus and brought him back down with a mushy thud. The worm lifted Gus back in the air and down again on the other side. Back and forth the Wicked Worm lifted and slammed the zombie against the ground.
Before long, the thuds turned to squishes and Gus de-animated, no longer a zombie. Is that right? Do zombies live or un-die? Zachary had never seen a puzzled worm before. He shrugged. Zachary had an idea. It was a mushy idea as most of them were now that he was a zombie, but it was an idea nonetheless. With a sudden flash of light, the dagger glowed. Then it cut into the worm. Zachary Zombie stood there and stared at it for quite a while. It had been the most unusual event in a life of unusual events. She told Zachary he had done well and then let him roam around the forest until she could figure out another assignment for him.
Carroll was the youngest of seven children and was born in Atlanta, Georgia in where he was kept in a dresser drawer with the clean socks. As a child, John spent most of his time wandering through the Mojave Desert in an attempt to avoid people. He would stare at the sky, imagining what it would be like to explore different worlds. One of his least favorite moments was watching that skycycle fall into the Snake River.
He would stare at the road, imagining what it would be like to explore different worlds. As an adult, John spends most of his time staring at a computer screen in an attempt to avoid people. He stares at the monitor for hours, imagining what it would be like to explore different worlds. He has been married to his wonderful wife for seventeen years and they have three obnoxio. Emo bunny minions surround John at most times. He is their imaginary friend and they look to him for guidance.
At one point, they took over the world. No one noticed because they left everything exactly as it was. They gave the world back after a week because it was depressing. The Ryallon Series is his most popular endeavor into the field of writing while his Stories for Demented Children have lightened the hearts of many strange children and adults. I got a wonderful surprise to stumble upon this blog review of my Demented Children Stories!
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