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Time Princess

by Anonymous | Score: 2750

On the official report, Mare had traveled back fifty years to this day and only observed, not changed anything. Unofficially, she'd traveled back almost four hundred years, met a space assassin, thrown an egg at the tsar of Russia's forehead,  and become the bodyguard to a Russian princess who happened to be her own ancestor from hundreds of years ago. Who cared? Official reports were almost always wrong, anyways. Her day started off normal, as Mare jogged out of the CLOCKWORK after achieving world peace in one of the dimensions closest to their own. "How'd I do?" She demanded, Alysa rolling her eyes as she walked beside the time agent, heels clicking against the tiled floor. "You achieved world peace by throwing a tube of toothpaste at the general and letting them believe it was a peacemaker from a different world." She proclaimed curtly, blond hair pulled into a severe bun. Mare raised her eyebrows, flicking her own wavy red hair in response. "It worked, didn't it?" She asked, taking a sip from the water bottle she'd been handed and letting out a sigh. Alysa finally cracked a smile. "That it did." She agreed, watching the clockmakers walk by 

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event Your character travels into the past
Prop Include an egg
Words Reach 50 words
Letter Use the letter Y
Character A maternal bodyguard
Event World peace is achieved
Words Reach 100 words
Letter Use the letter E
Prop Include a tube of toothpaste
Character A vulnerable clockmaker

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