'I Summoned WHAT?!'

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Caitlin Finan

...So the young woman decided to summon a demon to have her will done. She studied for weeks on end, eating little and sleeping rarely. She searched through book after book, trying to find the perfect servitor to suit her needs. Then, when she had nearly given up hope, her eyes found the perfect demon. A demon of nearly endless power and, inevitably, evil. She shivered at just the thought of such an evil, but she was sure, too, that she could handle it. So, on this Halloween midnight, she called to the spirits of the Other Realm to have her demon servant brought forth. She was tired from her searching, and could barely remember the summoning words. However, she was certain she had gotten the spell correct, until... '...Meow.'

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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