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The Elements: Rise of evil

Discussion in 'Games, Jokes, and Fun!' started by ChickenRadio, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. ChickenRadio

    ChickenRadio Chillin' With My Peeps

    Welcome to the world or sefiona (Say see-fi-own- a) a magic world where horses and humans live in peace. There are four herds that live in sefiona Earth herd, Fire herd, Water herd, and Wind herd,

    Plot: Once there was a battle against the fire birds large birds that had talons and beaks made of bronze. They where sealed away in the first battle but now they are back. Can you help stop them? or will the fire birds rule sefiona?


    Wind herd:

    The wind herd horses are mostly white, light gray, and flea bitten grey. They are peaceful and kind and will help anyone in need.

    Earth herd:

    The earth herd horses are mostly bay, brown, chesnut, and palomino. They grow the greenest grass and the freshest berry's.

    Fire herd:

    The fire herd horses are mostly black, and red roan, They have fiery tempers and live on a slightly barren land.

    Water herd:

    The water herd horses are mostly light grey, blue roan, and medium gray, They are hyper and fun to be around.

    Powers and history:

    Water herd:

    These horses can control water. But they can't make it rain or make a whirl pool. No. They can control a large pond of water. The first leader of water herd (named water) is said that she could control everything water related

    Wind herd:

    The first leader of wind herd was said to be able to make tornado's with a flick of her ear and that she could fly with out wings. The wind herd horses can make domes around them selves and others to keep dry when it rains.

    Fire herd:

    The fire herd horses can control fire.

    Earth herd:

    They control the earth

    Tomorrow it will be done (i hope)
    Last edited: Dec 12, 2012

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