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Fanfic: The Witch’s Heart, Part 3/6 🧙‍♀️

Hey Poptropicans, this is a guest post by HeartOfEnder. Enjoy!

Heart is back once again, and we’re halfway through my fanfic! Not long to go before we arrive at the conclusion to Alouette’s tale. It’s been wild in Poptropica recently with the Baron missing, potentially kidnapped by Rumpel. Things are starting to heat up here in The Witch’s Heart, too…

We last left off at the possibility of Fairytale Island being in danger, again. So is it? Time to find out! 

CITIZENS of Fairytale Island are gathering around the king’s castle, where the huge dragon has decided to land. The SEVEN DWARVES are all panicking at the thought of the dragon eating all of Snow White’s animals. Some are speculating that the king is behind this, and overall no one is having a good time.

SABRINA arrives in the middle of the chaos and casts a magic shield around the citizens, protecting them from any incoming dragon attacks. ALOUETTE watches her mother from a distance. 

SABRINA:

Mighty dragon of the unknown lands, we show no harm to you, and we will return your child with no hesitation. 

The giant dragon does not seem to be listening to SABRINA at all. Instead it yawns and continues staring at the citizens. ALOUETTE holds up PEARL so the giant dragon can see it.

ALOUETTE: 

Hey look! Unharmed! I’m handing Pearl back to you! 

ALOUETTE walks towards the dragon and is about to hand PEARL back when the GIANT DRAGON suddenly roars, scaring the SEVEN DWARVES and the THREE LITTLE PIGS. Even PEARL seems scared and immediately curls up into a ball. 

ALOUETTE: 

Weird, if I was a mom, I would do anything to get my children back. Not scare them away. 

Realizing the peacefulness of the dragon, SABRINA lowers the magic shield she put around the citizens, before turning to face them.

SABRINA:

The dragon shows no interest in harming us! We are safe. You may now leave while I figure out why this dragon is even here in the first place. 

Hearing this reassuring news, the CITIZENS leave, knowing that their days could continue along in peace. (Or will they?) SABRINA turns to face the giant dragon again.

SABRINA:

If your child is not what you want, then I have no idea what you want!

ALOUETTE watches the GIANT DRAGON look disappointed, yet also looking at the castle with interest.

ALOUETTE:

Is something happening in the castle? Like you know, a certain goblin kidnapping happy endings again? 

The GIANT DRAGON nods, although still looking disappointed. 

ALOUETTE:

Only one way to find out. 

Climbing up the stairs to the castle, ALOUETTE uses a levitation spell to lift herself up to the balcony. The castle seems quiet, too quiet. ALOUETTE casts another spell, which summons a crystal ball that reveals what is going on in the castle. 

ALOUETTE:

Oh no…

The scene cuts to the gardens outside the castle. 

ALOUETTE: (off screen, shouting)

It better not be him again!!

Birds fly away from the garden and Sabrina looks up at the castle, confused as to what’s going on.

TO BE CONTINUED…

Yeah, this island can’t seem to catch a break. First happy endings are stolen, and now something bad is happening in the castle? And who is the one behind this? Find out when part 4 is out! See you guys later!

The Witch’s Heart is a short story from the universe of Storm’s Calamity, which is available to read on Tumblr and Quotev.


Hope you enjoyed this guest post by HeartofEnder. If you did, you might also enjoy her Pop Worlds house tour and intro of her Popsonas.

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