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The First Key – uniquely detailed short story written by Jest Freeman and revised by Nico Pengin

Far far away there is a land where no living creature could enter. Many have tried to force. Sneak. Lie their way into this mythical land. Those few who witnessed from far away on boat said they waited months.

Years maybe but no one ever returned. Their hope and resources ran dry. So they returned home. That same story is internationally known. Many believe the island is a myth. A legend………but the few people that do believe the island exist. Know that the island is powerful.

The ones who believe in the island are seen as outsiders. Criminals.  Cursed. Or a demon. Over time, society began to put bounties on such believers. They have labeled them as Existants.

Although society sees them all as one outlaw cursed trash of the world. Not all Existants get along. There are mainly three Existants.

Brackets, which are the Saints of Theo. Whom are whispered to be cult like. Very influential even.

Headhunters are bounty hunters. Known to be desperate and untrusted people. And then the Free Raiders. Who are some people who refuse to rebuke ultimate freedom. And other people who oppose society as well as the Saints.

As time passed little pieces of information on how to get on the island was obtained.

With time, the hunt for information became more vital. One year.  An archeologist named Erik Chirl found artifacts. Artifacts deciphering how to get on the mythical island.

Since the artifact was ancient and almost prehistoric. It was said that it took Erik Chirl 3 days and nights. For him and his team to translate the artifact. On the last night his team was working. The Artifact Translation team, him and his team vanished into thin air.

Two weeks later a team was sent after Erik Chirl and his team. But nothing was found. Except a piece of paper saying that “Need key to enter the ISL”.

When the rescue team returned home. The news about the key to the island spread like wildfire. After hearing the news the world turned a new chapter and began a new era of EXISTANTS.

Many years after. The world was flipped upside down. There was a family in the north-eastern part of the world. There was a lone mother with her 7 children living in poverty. Scraping everything she can, working 20/7 for 6 dollar wage.

So busy to keep them together. She would depend on her eldest son, Grim. And second eldest daughter Charlotte. To watch over the younger siblings.

Time went on peacefully this way for the next 11 years. Until on one tragic day. The youngest suddenly came up with an illness. That left him in bed for 3 weeks. No one knew what he’d come up with.

Doctors had no explanation of what happened. After the 3rd week…

The boy got out of bed. Went to go get some food. With no recollection of him being sick for 3 weeks. It is said although the seventh son was fine.

He awoke a completely different person. 

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