Tella's origin 4Tella’s Origin
Tella’s first love
(takes place a few years after the previous chapter)
Pitch Black explored the towns, looking for any sign of his student. She seemed to have found a new habit of wondering off on her own lately. Not that Pitch need to worry, she had always returned and often with new ideas to help “scare children into behaving” as he made her believe. Tella had been very useful to Pitch, creating stories that could be spread among the children, such of tales of a monster in the woods, a witch flying about and the boogeyman under the bed.
“Now where could she..” His thoughts were interrupted by the sound of a piano playing from the second floor of a house. “Ah..of course..” He recognized this house. Stepping through the shadows, Pitch enter the music room to find a young man playing away with fierce passion. On top of the piano, laying on her stomach with her chin resting on h
Tella's origin 3Tella’s Origin
Tella’s rebirth and new friend
The library was deathly still, as though the books themselves were holding their breath at the death of their frequent reader. It was a terrible sight, her body crushed under many books and the heavy bookcase, loose paper scattered about on the floor. Her slender hand still out stretched in desperation to escape but it long stopped moving.
The moonlight crept into the library through the open window, softly touching the hand. A gentle breeze moved a few pages aside. The pages fluttered here and there, slowly more joined in. A few books begin to move as well, pushing at the bookcase to get it to rise up off the woman. The books and loose paper all worked together to lift the woman from the ground, the moon shining on her lifeless form.
The woman let out a gasp, eyes shooting open with confusion. She found herself standing in the middle of a library surround in a dying w