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The Ice Amulet

Scotland , Scotland

Long ago in 1723, there was a girl called Lizzie. When she was 3, her parents died and was sent to live a Duke called Tony. The Duke was nice but the duchess Anna wasn't.
One day, Anna took Lizzie up to Scotland. She tricked Lizzie and abandoned her in the woods, all alone with purr. But hope came 2 hours later, a forest boy called steviecous Maximus the 3rd, but for short Steve, said they could explore together, Lizzie liked the sound of that.

They met a girl called Flora, but Flora said "take it!" And gave them an necklace amulet. It had a glowing, sparkly aqua blue snowflake on it. "That looks beautiful!" Said Lizzie, snatched it off Steve and put it on straight away. Soon nightfall reached and they made a campfire, but soon, the next morning, they woke on a pirate ship, and went on deck. "Where are are we?" Said Steve to Lizzie, but soon before they knew it, they were in a battle with pirates. Luckily, Steve had 2 swords and gave one to Lizzie and they killed almost all of the pirates, except for one, the captain.

But at one point, the captain was on the verge of killing Lizzie. But a large spiky dash of ice came from her hands, the power of the amulet! She soon killed the captain with her powers, but Steve wanted it so badly, that he pushed the both of them into the North Atlantic Ocean. They drowned and legend has it, the amulet is still at the bottom of the ocean!

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