ROU Saturday???

Sorry if I scared you, no, the ROU will not be continuing on Saturdays. Sunday’s where it’s at, baby! Today is a prologue of sorts. A Recap of Fold One!

Well, youngbloods, you certainly are in for a twisted tale. 

Mac Astley. Sixth school. Six year. And boy, it’s a weird school. 

Origami. 
Greek. 
Gods.

They called him a troublemaker. 

But people believed in him. A lot of people. 

Ximena Strohm, a rival turned ally. Her past checkered by treachery, left unable to truly forgive her friends- and herself. A social pariah. She is- Annashred Crease.

Dennis Redwood. One of the lost, one of the betrayed. Fearful. Afraid. The first gift of Astley, the confidence, finding love on his own, in Mallory Leavings. He is- OriGrover. 

Lina Kemp, gone and returned with a wink and a wisecrack. 

And of course, the OrigOlympians. Man-children in charge of young adults. 

Charles Emily, the unaligned. The one cut from the family tree, his two children having capitalist tragedies of their own. 

Samuel Kurtis, the careless. The poor step-child. It was Charles and Samuel who cared for the sickly Mother, abandoned off by the favorite child. Leads to downward spiral, father of a child, Mac Astley. 

Varsity Kemp. The one who hungers for power. 

But does she deserve it? 

Perhaps not. 

Tragedy strikes. Betrayed by his Father, his people, and the one who betrayed all the others before him- the son of Hermes, Sebastian Merrick- he leaves. 

Make that his seventh school, in six years. 

Bloodlines severed after failure upon failure, he leaves. But not without making a statement. 

He brings light into the eyes of Merrick, and he betrays the one who betrayed his interest, his friends interest. The pupil was the master all along, Flynn Macintosh.

For five tales, you’ve seen how the evil lurked in the greatest of souls, but now, you will see how good can be found in the soul which is most lost, and that one word can change everything. 

Guilt. 





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Posted on May 8, 2021, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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