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The DMAScuttlebuttLeadership, Citizenship &ScholarshipFall 2019 Volume 4 Issue 1October, 2019The State of DMABy Keith JewellThe school year is off to a fast and excitingstart! The first marking period is alreadyfinished, with midterms and half a semesterbehind us. We have had many events alreadypass to kick off the year: From the annual 9/11ceremony- an emotional and memorablecommemoration of the tragic events just 18years ago, to the ribbon cutting ceremony forthe newest addition to our campus, the footballfield, and of course the recent Spirit Weekleading up to the exciting Homecoming gameand dance. We even had a live filmed event onFox news to lead us to an exciting footballgame against rival team St. Elizabeth’s, duringwhich we had been revealed to have beenawarded the Blue Ribbon award, which only 3schools in the state of Delaware have received,making it a huge honor that everyone should beproud to have earned for themselves. We haveLook InsideState of DMA Page 1Sports Pages 2-4Keeping Up with DMAPages 4-10DMA Scuttlebutt Staff:Editor-in-Chief - Keith JewellSports Editors - Austin Edmonds &Damian DiMartinoNews Editor - Jaelyn ValentinStudent Life Editor - Angelina RoderickHoroscope Editor - Bianca ToddMovie Review Editor - AlainaGedney1

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1Welcome to the Official Fall Season!Way to go DMA Seahawks!October, 2019players is Aidan Leida. He came from being theback-up goalie to being the starting forward.”Fall Sports in SeasonFall Sports are doing great thus far! Keep upthe hard work. If you have any questions forcoaches, contact info, or transportation, go to theSeahawks Sports website(www.seahawkssports.com) or Team App to look upyour sports information.Fan Centralby Austin Edmonds and Damian DiMartinoBoys SoccerVolleyballThe volleyball team was 5-7 and pushing into theplayoffs after their two big wins against Appo andUrsuline. They are a very diverse team that has a lotof upper and underclassmen that play in game. Theyhave a lot of talent on the team and are making a latepush to move into the playoff picture. When askedwho the big impact players were for the year, Ms.Limmina responded “Captain Ali Banks has beenamazing as a player and a leader on this team forbeing a four-year player and being someone aperson can look up to. Another player is MaddieLewis who has been amazing defensively and goesafter every ball and never quits and will always giveyou 110%.”At press time, the soccer team was 2-8 and showinga lot of potential for the future. The past few yearsthe team has made it into the state tournament, andthey are expecting to make the tournament again asthe team has very good skill across the board. Whenasked who the big impact players were this year,Coach Holland responded “Instead of having asingle star we have a very level team and don’t haveto rely on one person. But one of the standout2

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1October, 2019FootballCross CountryDMA’s cross country team is trotting alonginto the season after 3 meets, hosted by Conrad andDelcastle at Banning Park. The team had justrecently ran in the Killens Invitational where 15schools competed on Friday, October 11th. LoganBatt leads the squad this year as well as LukeCharno, Keith Jewell, and Sam McGuckin. Whilethe season runs its course, the fighting Seahawkswill continue to “Run Their Race” through thestrenuous month of October, before putting it oncruise control in early November at Killens Pond.The football team has been doing very wellthis year, having won many of their games this year,with a record at press time of 5-1. They are makinggreat use of the new field in place behind the dome,but they certainly aren’t slacking in ‘Away’ gameseither. It’s been a busy season, but the team still hasa few games to go before they call it in for the year.Good luck, and give the rest of the season your bestSeahawks!Field HockeyThe field hockey team has had a long season inwhich they give the sport they love everything they haveevery day. They’ve had tough competition this year, butdespite that, they have not been discouraged and stillcontinue to give it all they have, and it shows in their3

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1spirit with every practice and every game! Keep giving iteverything you’ve got Seahawks, and good luck for therest of your season!KEEPING UP WITHDMAGood Morning PhiladelphiaOctober, 2019place on that day are events that we should neverforget. This year a large majority of our cadets are atthe age where they were not even born yet for theseevents. Despite this, however, we noticed that therewas still an air of respect coming from our students.This is important to show that despite not havingbeen there to witness the events, it still is somethingthat we simply refuse to forget. We also had a guestcome to tell the story of his brother, CaptainHoward, and it was a huge honor to hear his story.Thanks to everyone who was a part of making theceremony happen, as everyone who did showedgreat pride and respect, which certainly did not gounnoticed!by Henrietta Riverson“Hype and ready for this game”, “We’re going to blowthem out”, these were comments of Mason Harding andDevon Green about their game with St. Elizabeths.On September 27th, 2019, DMA had theopportunity to appear on Fox 29, Good Day Philadelphia.The school appeared on the three minute, High schoolfootball faceoff. During the time on air, Commandant,Anthony Pullella announced that DMA had won the BlueRibbon Award, and with that award DMA wasconsidered one of the best schools in the state ofDelaware (academically). Out of the 3 schools inDelaware that won the award, DMA was one of them.This gave DMA even more of an edge in the spirit theyhad, and they had plenty of it already.9/11 Ceremonyby Bianca Todd and Keith JewellAs per yearly tradition, DMA held aceremony on September 11th to recognize the tragicevents that took place just 18 years ago. This eventis very important for us here, as the events that tookNew Campus Fieldby Damian DiMartinoDMA has grown tremendously since itsbeginnings, both academically and athletically. OurCommandant, Mr. Pullella, has been a huge part ofthis process. His idea was to expand the campusand provide the best high school experience forevery cadet. This eventually included athletics, butwhat Mr P. didn't expect was the exponential growthin athletic ability in the incoming cadets, and wherewe carry the school today. The most recentexpansion would of course be the addition of theathletic field provided at the back of the Dome. Mr.P. states that “From what I’ve heard everyone hasloved the new field and what it has brought to theschool.” Only time will tell what the future maybring, but with the rate it’s going it seems DMA hasthe potential to continue to expand in many ways,athletically and academically.4

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1The Man Behind the Dogby Jaelyn ValentinAlong with many other new additions toDelaware Military Academy, there was oneinstructor that caught many peoples’ attention-Petty Officer First Class Paul Johnson and his trustysidekick Koby. We had the honor of interviewinghim on his past experiences, as well as being able totalk to him about his experience at DMA so far.Petty Officer First Class Paul Johnson is amedically retired veteran with not only a great dealof dedication, but a heart made of pure gold! Afterretiring, he continued to help others learn and growdespite his circumstances. He came to DMA toinstill a ‘can-do’ mindset that says “Anything ispossible”. He makes it apparent that we all havestrengths and weaknesses, and even with ourweaknesses we can control our lives and do whatmay seem like the impossible. One of his manyfriends, Sara “Flamingo” Edwins, deadlifts andjump ropes despite having one leg amputated due toher having cancer. He stated: “Each of us havedifferent challenges, different problems, differentthings that we have to get through and around. Aslong as we can identify those things you can solvethem, and that’s what I intend to bring to ‘DMA’every single day.”.When it comes to many high schools likeour,s PO1 Johnson noticed that many schools aren’tas structured as ours. We asked him how hisexperience was teaching at DMA so far. He said:“The difference between teaching at a regular highschool like I used to and teaching here is that in thisenvironment every student is held to the samestandard-- now you’d think that in regular highOctober, 2019schools that’s true as well but it isn’t.Being here itfeels like it’s a more structured, more even, and abetter environment alone ”.Petty Officer Johnson has undergone manymemorable experiences throughout his career in themilitary and many stories to tell the teachers andkids he sees every day. After asking him what hisfavorite memory was while being active duty, hesaid his favorite memory throughout the duration ofhis active military career was seizing 15 and a halftons of cocaine and arresting nine narco-terrorists,all while obtaining six palets worth aboutapproximately 600 billion dollars, only in the firstTWO years of his career! This was definitely notsomething Koby and Rosie could experience sincethey came into his life later on.To our surprise, Koby was not the firstservice puppy to take the large role of protectingOfficer Johnson’s life. His first service dog’s nameis Rosie. He rescued her from an abusiveenvironment where her prior owners tried to drownher and even burned a cigarette into her back. Thisinstilled a large fear of any body of water in her, butdespite her fears she would still jump into watertoday to save her favorite veteran if needed. Johnsonwasn’t the only one Rosie protected while sheworked. At one point in time Officer Johnson’s wifehad an issue where she was bleeding internally;Rosie guided her to their neighbor who eventuallytook her to the hospital. Thanks to Rosie, Mrs.Johnson is alive and well. Rosie retired, and inanother year or so, Koby will too. This means thatFletcher a German Shepherd puppy (named after thelate Sailor, Chief Petty Officer Oris Fletcher fromthe U.S Navy) will be the brand new addition to thesquad!With all of his old and new experiences, it’svery safe to say Petty Officer First Class Johnson isone of the best additions to Delaware Military5

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1Academy. He has so many amazing qualities that heis able to instill in the cadets at DMA, and we are allvery proud to have him as a part of the SeahawkNation Family. Thank you Officer Johnson for yourpowerful words. Wwe hope to make better andbrighter memories with you over the coming years.InterviewsGood Morning Philadelphia and theBlue Ribbon Awardby Angelina RoderickMany cadets were very excited about theevents taking place on the day of the Good MorningPhiladelphia filming, as well as learning that we hadearned the Blue Ribbon Award. These are some ofthe things our cadets had to say about the events ofthe day:Zechariah J. (football player)1. How do you feel about everything that wenton today? Extravagant2. How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? We will have the advantage: thecrowd going crazy!3. How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? “We had to perfect our craft, a lot ofrunning and conditioning.”4. Do you think our school deserved the BlueRibbon award? Why? “Yes, because we are the best.”October, 20195. How do you think DMA winning this awardand tonight’s game will affect the image ofDMA? DMA becomes a better place, morepeople will want to come and attendDMARoman G. (football player)1. How do you feel about everything that wenton today? “Great, 10/10.”2. How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? We will get this win3. How has the school, the football players,cheerleaders etc, prepared for this bigevent/game? “Ran a lot at practice.”4. Do you think our school deserved the BlueRibbon award? Why? “Yes, because we worked hard forit.”5. How do you think DMA winning this awardand tonight’s game will affect the image ofDMA? “People will stop disrespecting andhating on our school.”Mason H. (football player)1. How do you feel about everything that wenton today? Hype, ready for the game2. How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? “Beat them by a lot of points.”3. How has the school, the football players,cheerleaders etc, prepared for this bigevent/game?6

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1 “A lot of conditioning.”4. Do you think our school deserved the BlueRibbon award? Why? “Yeah cause we’re the ‘’GOATS’’. ''5. How do you think DMA winning this awardand tonight’s game will affect the image ofDMA? “If we tonight’s game - Win will be our best gameso far- Lose- would be very sad foreveryoneDevin G. (football player)1. How do you feel about everything that wenton today? “Fun, Great experience.”2. How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? “Blow em out!”3. How has the school, the football players,cheerleaders etc, prepared for this bigevent/game? “RAN!”4. Do you think our school deserved the BlueRibbon award? Why? Yes5. How do you think DMA winning this awardand tonight’s game will affect the image ofDMA? If we tonight’s game - Win “We suck, transfer.”- Lose “Have some funparties!”Juliana G. (cheerleader)1. How do you feel about everything that wenton today?October, 20192.3.4.5. “Great, everything was fun.” “Hadsome good vibes.”How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? “Good, but theirs a lot of competitionlet alone a lot on our shoulders.”How has the school, the football players,cheerleaders etc, prepared for this bigevent/game? “Practiced a lot.”Do you think our school deserved the BlueRibbon award? Why? “Yes, because we worked hard as aschool, as well as our academics.”How do you think DMA winning this awardand tonight’s game will affect the image ofDMA? If we tonight’s game - Win “Happy because thepep rally really hyped us up!”- Lose “ Mad becauseeverything won’t feel thesame.”Jaelyn V. (cheerleader)1. How do you feel about everything that wenton today? “Exciting and Nervous.” “This is abig gateway and opens manyopportunities for the school as awhole.”2. How do you predict tonight’s games gonnago? “DMA to St E’s record is 2-1, we aregonna win.”3. How has the school, the football players,cheerleaders etc, prepared for this bigevent/game?7

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1 Staying positive, constant practice,learning new cheers.4. Do you think our school deserved the BlueRibbon award? Why? Yes, our academics are good,discipline, hard work, be an examplefor others.5. How do you think DMA winning this awardand tonight’s game will affect the image ofDMA? Award: “Creates a really good image,one of the best in the nation, showseverybody our hard work.”- Win hype up everybody,school 10 times better- Lose a disappointment (onour new field).Mr. Jeanneby Damian DiMartinoMr. Jeanne is our new Athletic Director thisyear at DMA, and has thus far already been doingmany great things for the school and our athletes.We are sure that he will continue doing just that inthe months to come!Question 1: What was your first impressionof DMA when you got here?“At first, the cadets, how respectful everyoneis, the spirit around the school, everyone loves beinghere and the facilities I think the gymnasium and thestadium look amazing.”Question 2: How has the transition been fromGlasglow to DMA?:“Well it's been good. I have gotten a lot ofsupport from everyone, the staff, the administrationand even the parents and students, it's been good. IOctober, 2019was a little bit sad to leave Glasgow. I’ve been therefor so long, but I was excited by the idea of beinghere so it's been a good transition”Question 3: What experiences as an athlete have youhad that effect you as an Athletic Director?“I feel like the fact that I was an athletemyself I can surely relate to what the athletes gothrough. Being a former coach I can surely relate towhat the coaches go through so I feel you combineboth experiences together I'm in a position where Ican lead the right way. So facing adversity as aplayer is something that helped me be in the positionI am now. It's often that you have to deal withdifferent issues I don't stress over it ‘cause I’ve beenthere and done that before.”Question 4: How do you think you can effect DMAin a positive way?“Well you know I have a positive spirit, somy goal, obviously, is to win the DI Sportsmanshipaward. I think it will bring light to everything that'sbeen done here at this school, and I just want tosupport the coaches by providing them opportunitiesto go to different coache’s clinics where they can bebetter as coaches and do the same thing with theathletes and just you know do anything I can to helpthe athletes win. I look at my strengths andweaknesses, and I think my strength is to bringeveryone together and I think I will be able to dothat.”Question 5: What are the matchups you are reallylooking forward to?:“Well first of all I want to make this clear toeveryone listening to this interview right now, weare not losing to Conrad. I’m ‘gonna set the recordstraight. I’m a very good friend with the basketballcoach at Conrad. I've been talking a lot of crap to8

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1him already and when the field hockey team beatthem I was quick to text him, and when thevolleyball team lost he was quick to text me as well.So for everyone listening right now mark on yourcalendars when we play Conrad cause we’re notlosing to them”Question 6: What’s your favorite thing to do outsideof DMA:“I love to travel, I love to play basketball, Ilove to watch basketball, and I like to listen tomusic. And I would be wrong if I didn’t say I like tospend time with my wife.”Question 7:How was your time playing overseas?:“It was the best experience of my life. It wasa long time coming. I was a player it took me a longtime to develop, so in high school I was the man. Iplayed with guys like Tony Parker and all of them‘cause we’re like the same generation. I learned a lotfrom them, so when I first moved to the US I waskinda like advanced. My SAT scores were kindalow ‘cause of the language barrier, so I had La Salleand Manhattan University those were the Division 1schools that were after me, but I settled for aDivision 2 school for a very local school here inDelaware called Goldey Beacom College. I playedthere for three years. My senior year I decided to goplay in a semi-professional league. It was the EBAat the time, so I went in Harrisburg. They had a teamthere. You know, I got an agent, went overseas,butthe experience was great, I learned a lot. I learnedhow to budget money because every time I wasgetting paid I was one of the young athletes whowould go to the club and didn’t know how to savehis money. I learned how to be careful sometimeswhen you kinda like stall you know you have peoplewho will treat you in a way that if you don’t stayOctober, 2019humble could get you in a lot of trouble. So Ilearned quite a bit and the experience was amazing.”Question 8: St E’s vs DMA Friday night seveno’clock everyone is gonna be there Whos winningthe game? What’s the score?“I’m gonna answer the first question bysaying that was a very, very stupid question. It is nodoubt in my mind that DMA is gonna win thatgame. Two reasons: Number 1 we do not lose athome, and Number 2 that’s what we do. We playedyou know Milford with a little misstep, but youknow the expectation is that we are gonna win therest of the way. And as far as the score, I’m gonnagive credit and a little bit of respect to ST E’s so I’mgonna say one touchdown so we're gonna give them7 points. They probably don’t even have a kicker.They are gonna miss that kick so they are only givethem 6 points. DMA you know, Devon Green isgonna run for 200 plus yards, we’re gonna throw theball a lot as well. Let's go with a final score of 34-6.Creative2019 horrormoviereview:by Alaina Gedney9

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1October, 2019US: 9/10Accompanied by her husband (Winston Duke) andtwo kids (Shahidi Joseph, Evan Alex), AdelaideWilson (Lupita Nyong’o), and her and her familyvacation to the beach house where Adelaide grew upas a child. Haunted by a traumatic experience fromthe past, she grows increasingly worried thatsomething bad is going to happen. Her fearsbecome reality as four masked strangers appear atIt: Chapter Two;8/10the house, forcing the Wilsons to fight for survival.When they get a closer look, they are horrified torealize that each of the masked intruders takes theappearance of each of them.Logically, we are going to question some thingsthat happen in the film due to our own sense ofcuriosity of what we want in movies. Do I havecertain questions? Sure, but at the same time thisfilm’s unique creepiness and the various open-endedquestion that we are left with makes this film a greatone. I don't want to spoil your experience, it's best towatch to know what the film is all about. Only thingI can tell you; it has a perfect cast and backgroundscore that makes the environment even moreengaging. Give it a try for a surreal experience.Defeated by members of The Loser’s Club, the evilclown Pennywise returns 27 years later to terrorizethe town of Derry, Maine once again. Now adults,the childhood friends have long since gone theirseparate ways. But when people start disappearing,Mike Hanlon calls the others home for one finalstand. Damaged by scars from the past, the unitedLosers must conquer their deepest fears to destroythe shape-shifting Pennywise - now more powerfulthan ever.This nearly three-hour sequel has well-rounded,appealing characters and even some laughs, but itlacks the nerve-rattling scares and appealingsimplicity of it's 2017 predecessors. I found myselfengaged with the adult characters, all of whom werecast superbly and with particular attention tomatching the look and feel of their childcounterparts. I felt that for the most part, eachcharacter had a sufficient amount of focus andattention, which served not only the immediate10

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1October, 2019conflict but expanded upon the themes of the firsttragedy strikes, Louis turns to his neighbor Judfilm.Crandall (John Lithgow), setting off a perilous chainIt truly didn’t feel like a three-hour film as Ienjoyed the story and how it was put together. Thefinal fight this time around was sufficientlyreaction that unleashes an unspeakable evil withhorrific consequences.The fact that this adaptation, derived from theengaging, yet left something felt to be desired.Stephen King novel of the same name, either left outPerhaps the inclusion of the Turtle, the pure enemyor changed many key elements to the original story,of It that crashed to Earth from space to stop It whomade it very cliché’ and boring, with no real twistswas the main antagonist in the novel, would’ve leftor unexpected ideas that made King’s story feel sothe non-readers a bit confused. It is worth seeing,close and haunting. The actors themselves seemedwhether or not you find it better or worse than theunfocused during scenes, and the special effectsfirst film. It is a touch long, but if you can get overwere pretty tacky. The highlight of this film wasthat aspect, you will certainly enjoy yourself. I knowJohn Lithgows’ version of Jud and his portrayal ofI did!the iconic neighbor.Pet Sematary;4/10Midsommar;8.5/10A couple travel to Sweden to visit their friend’sDr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) and his wife, Rachelrural hometown for its fabled midsummer festival,(Amy Seimetz), relocated from Boston to ruralbut what begins as an idyllic retreat quicklyMaine with their two young children. The coupledevolves into an increasingly violent and bizarresoon discover a mysterious burial ground hiddencompetition at the hands of a pagan cult.deep in the woods near their new home. When11

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1October, 2019There are too many things in this movie thatmerits commendation to call it a bad movie. But atthe same time, I ultimately didn't get the satisfactionI felt after I sat through the whole thing. This movieis gorgeous to look at. Idyllic scenes of brightcheery colors and picturesque natural landscapesunsullied by the touch of modern society gives thismovie an almost surreal glimpse into another world.The enchanting camerawork, that seems to fluidlydistort space and time, helps sell the idea that thefilm is meant to be simulated acid trip centeredaround a cult in Sweden.The people living in this otherworldly place arehappy, connected to each other, and each knowsHoroscopesby Biana Toddperfectly well their place and role in thiscommunity. Indeed, it invokes the image of what aLeo (July 23 - August 22)paradise on earth would be like, but behind thisparadise is a darker and more sinister aspect.Overall, the movie doesn't fit the typical stereotypeof a horror or psychological thriller, though thoseelements are there to a certain extent. The realgenius of this film is its ability to create in it'sviewer this sense of mounting dread and terror, evenas you’re almost consistently presented with scenesElement: Fireof serene beauty, which makes those moments of‘horror’ more shocking and uncomfortable.Quality: FixedColor: Gold, Yellow, OrangeDay: SundayRuler: Sun12

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1October, 2019Greatest Overall Compatibility: Aquarius, GeminiLucky Numbers: 1, 3, 10, 19Strengths: Creative, passionate, generous, warmhearted, cheerful, humorousWeaknesses: Arrogant, stubborn, self-centered, lazy,inflexibleLeo likes: Theater, taking holidays, being admired,expensive things, bright colors, fun with friendsLeo dislikes: Being ignored, facing difficult reality,Element: EarthQuality: MutableColor: Grey, Beige, Pale-Yellownot being treated like a king or queenDay: WednesdayPeople born under the sign of Leo are natural bornleaders. They are dramatic, creative, self-confident,Ruler: Mercurydominant and extremely difficult to resist, able toachieve anything they want to in any area of lifeGreatest Overall Compatibility: Pisces, Cancerthey commit to. There is a specific strength to a Leoand their "king of the jungle" status. Leo often hasLucky Numbers: 5, 14, 15, 23, 32many friends for they are generous and loyal. Selfconfident and attractive, this is a Sun sign capable ofuniting different groups of people and leading themas one towards a shared cause, and their healthysense of humor makes collaboration with otherpeople even easier.Strengths: Loyal, analytical, kind, hardworking,practicalWeaknesses: Shyness, worry, overly critical of selfand others, all work and no playVirgo likes: Animals, healthy food, books, nature,Virgo (August 23 – September 22)cleanlinessVirgo dislikes: Rudeness, asking for help, takingcenter stage13

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1October, 2019Virgos are always paying attention to the smallestdetails and their deep sense of humanity makes themGreatest Overall Compatibility: Aries, Sagittariusone of the most careful signs of the zodiac. Theirmethodical approach to life ensures that nothing isleft to chance, and although they are often tender,their heart might be closed for the outer world. Thisis a sign often misunderstood, not because they lackthe ability to express, but because they won’t accepttheir feelings as valid, true, or even relevant whenLucky Numbers: 4, 6, 13, 15, 24Strengths: Cooperative, diplomatic, gracious, fairminded, socialWeaknesses: Indecisive, avoids confrontations, willcarry a grudge, self-pityopposed to reason. The symbolism behind the namespeaks well of their nature, born with a feeling theyLibra likes: Harmony, gentleness, sharing withare experiencing everything for the first time.others, the outdoorsLibra dislikes: Violence, injustice, loudmouths,Libra (September 23 - October 22)conformityPeople born under the sign of Libra are peaceful,fair, and they hate being alone. Partnership is veryimportant for them, as their mirror and someonegiving them the ability to be the mirror themselves.These individuals are fascinated by balance andsymmetry, they are in a constant chase for justiceand equality, realizing through life that the onlything that should be truly important to themselves inElement: Airtheir own inner core of personality. This is someoneready to do nearly anything to avoid conflict,Quality: Cardinalkeeping the peace whenever possibleColor: Pink, GreenDay: FridayRuler: VenusElements continued.by Keith Jewell14

FALL 2019 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1Chapter 9Well, this was unexpected. Rose used herpowers to send us to the past, and now we need tofind our way back to our time. But to do that we’llneed to get ahold of the same staff Rose used tosend us here. And then we’d need to find out howto use it, meaning we need to find the Library ofSouls. Only issue is that place is exceedinglydangerous. It takes the darkness held in the heartsof those who enter and uses it to corrupt them. Noone who’s ever entered has made it out. But ofcourse we don’t have much of a choice but to tryanyhow. So we split up. Damien and I will go toretrieve the Staff. Meanwhile Summer and Ace willgo to the library. If all goes as planned, we’ll getback to our time soon.“Do you think that they’ll be okay?” I askDamien as we’re travelling to where we need to be.“We chose those two for a reason - they arethe most level headed of us right now, right?They’ll be just fine, I’m sure,” Damien tells me. Iknow he’s right, but still. I can’t help but worry everyone has a hidden darkness inside of them.Even Summer must have something that she’s indanger of letting take hold of her. I just I don’twant to let that happen. I can’t even imagineSummer being corrupted but that reality mayhappen.“Hey, eyes up,” Damien says suddenly. Inotice what he means - there’s some kind of weirdenergy in the air. Perhaps it’s some kind of windOctober, 2019bad news for us. We knew the staff was ‘gonna beguarded, but this thing seems like it’s ‘gonna betough to beat.“Do we have any idea what we’re upagainst?” I ask.“Honestly not really. Considering we’re atsome point in the past, it could really be anything,”Damien tells me.“Perfect. Alright then, I gu

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