Nelda face planted into the ground. She looked up to a fantastic sight — one y one the humans in front of her blurred and change. There was just enough starlight to see it all by.
Phyllis became a diminutive, shining black dragon. She looked down at her taloned claws with obvious delight and flapped her wings.
This knocked over Reg, unsteady in his satyr's legs. "What the fuck?" Red felt the two horns that projected from his curly red hair.
Jen laugh whinnied. Her torso now terminated into the body of a piebald pony. [An obvious option for a horse-lover… I guess?]
Manny was… something large and furry with a lot of teeth. [No fucking idea.]
Perhaps most surprisingly was Tyrone whose body was coiling and flopping in an uncoordinated manner He looked like a male version of Echidna Drakaina.
Looking down at her own body, Nelda was relieved to find it as human as ever. "Okay guy. Well, fuck you all I guess. Am I the only one left as a human?
She heard a high pitched shriek, turned, and saw SmithGuild.
"I guess that answers my question."
SmithGuild was still in human form.
The gold light moved backward, diminishing in size as if it were traveling down a tunnel, and vanished into the trees.
Quite unnoticed, a final dark shape tumbled out. A disheveled, middle-aged woman scrambled to hide in the bushes.
She was observed by one Jasper phoenix who did not consider to necessary to inform anyone. And one lapis phoenix who chose not to.
Brenda Watson noticed the alicorn held in the hands of the gangly satyr with the massive horns. She knew exactly what it was. She knew exactly what everything was. This was her world.
[I will be queen.]
[No, I will be a Goddess.]
--End of Volume One--
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