Spell Casting 101
Max and Thomas went to a Wizard's College. They, like most other mages, practiced the arts of sorcery and kept their powers incognito to the rest of the world. However, they were mere Apprentices; starters of magic. But it was a given. They hadn't been there for very long, anyways. They were excellent students, though. Even some of the higher leveled mages acknowledged them around the campus!
It was a typical day at school and both of them were in the library, studying basic level spells for a test next week. It wasn't boring, it was the fact of practicing the spell's name to perfect it and cast it flawlessly.
"Alright... Thomas, I'm going to go check these out. I suppose you can stay here and... well, just stay there." Max took the mass of books and waddled over to the librarian's desk. Thomas was sitting at the table, playing with his medallion he'd gotten at the school. Apparently, the metal was too heavy to be swung around on a weak p
Circus Freaks chapter 20 pt 2 (long warning)Fuming, Ringmaster stood staring at the empty silver cage, the door slightly ajar. His blue eyes burning, he turned to the Strongman who stood in the entry way.
"Where." his voice was shockingly calm. "Jasper, where did they go?"
"I don't....I don't know, sir." Jasper whimpered. He was 7 feet tall, could lift cars with one hand, yet he was shaking and terrified at the hand of a small old man wearing a striped hat. "They snuck out or...I don't know."
"Need I remind you, Jasper, that the cages have these special little things on them called LOCKS?!" He picked up the discarded lock that lay on the floor. "Look at this you big, good for nothing, baby!" he was fuming mad, screaming at Jasper, who had started to cry. "These are supposed to keep cages CLOSED! We lost two important acts because THIS WASN'T ON THE FUCKING CAGE!" he chucked the lock at the Strongman, it clanged painfully against his head and he wailed. Falling on his knees he started sobbing pathetically at Ringmaster's