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I was having fun with my powers when all of a sudden there was a gigantic rumbling noise. A crack appeared in the sea, air, and on land. I held on with all my might to avoid tumbling down. Then I saw someone. He was the Reality-Illusion Bender, Xermesate. His purpose was to change Gonsal City to become a regular illusion-free place. He stared at me with menacing eyes. I was so scared. I had no idea what I was supposed to do. Then he spoke in a deep, menacing voice.
“You’re Christopher, the one who can control and manipulate the illusions, am I right?” he bellowed. “Well, if you are, then that’s bad news for you. In order to achieve my goal of destroying the illusions, I must EXTERMINATE you.” I hid the fear in my voice and climbed up onto the peak that had formed. “Well, there is nothing wrong with this land at all, so I CANNOT let you do that! Not ever, in a million years!” That seemed to tick him off. Xermesate fired a blast of an acid that disables illusions toward me. Thanks to the illusions, it missed me, but the spot that it landed on collapsed, because, well, almost everything in Gonsal City is supported by illusions. I stared at the spot, saddened. Then, my manipulation powers went out of control, and there was a giant collapse that sent Xermesate flying through the air. I fell down, down, down through the spot that he hit. I braced for the impact, closing my eyes, only to open them and find myself in the arms of an elderly citizen of Gonsal City who was in her 70’s or so. She looked at me, and spoke. “I’m taking you under my wing, young man. You need to learn how to control your powers.”
“WHAT?” I yelled. I jumped out of her arms & glared at her. “You can’t be serious!” “Yes, I do.” she said. “Look. You created more destruction than Xermesate. You need to learn how to harness those powers of yours.” I looked at where she pointed, and it was true. The area around the house where I lost control was warped, swirled and pointed in all kinds of directions it shouldn’t be, leaving the people living in it hanging on for dear life. “Okay, but you don’t have any powers of your own, so how would you even teach me?” I said. “Is that supposed to be an insult?” she asked, right before flipping the ground up and down, sending me flying through the vast sky. As I came falling back down, I asked, “But aren’t you also damaging the ground like me?” She said “Does it look like I am?”, flipping the ground back the way it was. I stared at her, surprised. For some reason, she somehow seemed familiar in some sort of way, although I couldn’t tell which way. “Ah well.”, she said, snapping me out of my daze. “Well, we don’t know exactly how much damage Xermesate could do, so we should get started right now.” And so my vigorous training of control began.