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The Game. This is what humans dream of. A world of magic and dreams where fairies, angels, and elves frolic. Well guess what! Itís not one great big fairytale! Danger lurks everywhere, and if wasnít for those around you who pose as a human, you all would be dead!
In a small town, in central Texas, there is a group of friends who fight this battle everyday, under the persona of a book their writing. They disguise it by calling it The Game when talking around others, and if ever asked about it, they simply say itís a book idea. They have fought many people who endanger the humans in there small town. They are of many different creatures; a few are in fact extremely rare. How ever, they are stuck in a human body, which makes it difficult to fight to their full potential. But so far, their full power hasnít been needed. But now there is a bigger problem. Bigger then any of them has ever faced. It is a group known as Atriliquil. The leader used to be one of the Elders before he was kicked out for his radical ideas of taking the humans and making them slaves. He tried to convince the magical world that humans are lower then them, and that means the humans must serve them. He was banished for his ideas to his own dimension, which was long believed that it was destroyed by a fire (yes you can destroy a dimension by fire) . He believed that with his power and his followers he could easily take over the humans. But as he made his away around the earth gathering supporters he felt this urge to go to southern United States suddenly. He felt a strong power level coming from there. Mean while, the Elders had already visited this little group, known as Kinshuu, to tell them. Now, not only does this group have to balance going to high school, but also keep the humans in there town unaware of whatís really going on. Because of the diverseness of this group, they, with the help of the Elders, are the only ones who can stop Atriliquil.

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