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Lightbringers - Prologue
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Here is the Prologue for Lightbringers!

"Activate the signal beacons!" shouted captain Lebin.
"What's the EM level?" asked me, the operator.
"Level five, can't you see we're fighting a battle here?" shouted the Captain over his shoulder. He obviously wasn't in a very good mood.
"Okay, okay!" I answered. I ran over to the beacon, and turned the crank as fast as I could. It seemed heavier that usual, but that was probably because of how scared I was. Finally, it was raised, and it's reddish light shone over the whole island into the night. In a few moments, another beacon answered it with red light. I watched the chain of what looked like red stars vanish into the night, over the water. Suddenly, I was startled out of my daydream (or night dream) by a nearby stone, cast from the opposing ships, hitting the mountain only a few yards away.
They're coming, I thought. I ran back to the communication center. Just in time too, because seconds later a boulder shattered the tower I had been watching from.
Phew! I thought. I was glad that they didn't have any deadlier weapons, not that I would've survived the stone-cast. I ran down the stairs to assist in the defense, but I was stopped by a cave-in just in front of me.

Then, it came. The powerful battering ram could be heard only a few levels below me.
They must've taken the beach. I thought. I knew that I needed to find a way down. But it was strange that they'd taken the beach so soon! The beach was extremely defensible, and the Keepers' forces could've held it for a long time.
There must be something I don't know. I ran out of the tunnel, 'cause there was no way I was getting down from there. I ran right into another operator. I remembered seeing him somewhere, working around the island.
He's only an operator? I thought, because that was the rank his badge displayed. It didn't make much sense, considering the fact that Lebin had been talking to him like he was a superior.
"What's going on?" I shouted, heedless of the thoughts racing through my mind.
"We're evacuating the island. The Keeper's orders," he answered, "Follow me!"

When we got down to the Main level, I started running towards the docks.
"Not that way!" he shouted after me. I turned around, surprised.
"But the ships are the only way off the island!" I answered. He shook his head.
"The Keepers have been working on some tunnels."
Oh, I thought. So that's why there had been so much rock getting shipped out. But how did he know? It hadn't been announced to anyone that I knew, not even to the captain Lebin, so far as it seemed. I kept quiet though, and followed him to the entrance of the tunnels. He ran inside, and called me to follow him. But, I was feeling a little scared, to be honest, about going into those tunnels. Regardless, I plunged in. Well, not really plunged in, more like ducked in. What? The ceilings were low. It was dark, but there was a little light coming from torches along the walls of the passage way. I could see the other beacon operator ahead of me. I kept on running, afraid of the sounds of the enemy searching the island.

The tunnel finally opened into a large subterranean cave, with a lake in the middle. There were a few ships, ferrying soldiers over the lake. I got into a ship, just before it left. I couldn't see the other guy anywhere.
He must be in one of the other ships. After a few minutes that felt like an eternity, and a whole lot of rowing, we reached the other side. I looked across the lake, and it didn't look like the enemy soldiers had found it yet. I turned around, feeling a tap on my shoulder, and there he was!
"Sorry, I don't know your name." I said to the other beacon operator.
"No time now!" he signaled me to follow him, and I did, wondering why. I guess it was because he seemed like the sort of person who could be trusted. He led me away from the main bulk of the defenders, and into a group of people standing in a circle.
"Is the Light safe?" asked the operator, and he and I were the only operators there. That made sense, 'cause I had only heard people from "Higher-up" talk about the Light.
"Not yet," answered the man who, from his rank badge, was a Keeper. But that still didn't explain why the other operator, who was only an operator, was here.
"Wait, why am I here?" I asked, still curious. The other operator shook his his head slightly.
"Oh, never mind." I said, in answer to everyone's strange looks. I still had no idea why I kept obeying whatever that guy said.

Then, the shouts of enemy troops alerted us that they had found the underground lake, and were trying to find a way across. Some jumped into the water, swimming after one boat who had just gotten away from the docks. Thankfully, a spray of arrows from the boat negated that threat. Again, I felt a tug on my shoulder. I jumped this time. Oops.
"Why do you keep scaring me like that? Who are you, anyway? Why did you tell me not to talk?" I asked, and the impatience in my voice was very noticeable. I bit my tongue. I didn't want to sound rude. After all, I probably wouldn't have survived without him dragging me down here.
"Sorry," I said.
"It's fine. But you have to follow me!" He answered. He ran over to some stables where a group was saddling horses. I followed him, and mounted. I wasn't the best rider by any means, I wasn't good at all, even, but I could keep my seat without too much trouble. We rode into a dark tunnel, but it was wide enough for 6 horses to ride side by side in, and tall enough so that we didn't have to duck. The leader of the group (not the other operator) had a yellow lantern, and a few others had them as well. The sounds of enemy troops died away behind us.
Good, the lake stopped them.
"So, who are you anyway?" I asked. The other operator was riding alongside me now.
"My name's Cyan," he answered.
"I'm Jayson," I replied. "Are you only a beacon operator?" I asked, rather stupidly, I thought.
"No," He laughed. We were still riding fairly hard. "I'm a Keeper. I was on beacon duty for a bit this morning though."
"Oh." I said, feeling foolish. Of course he wasn't an operator! I mentally facepalmed. Then, what he had said registered in my brain.
"Wait, you're a Keeper?"
"Yes, a Keeper." he answered.

The End.

I will post more chapters soon!

I have hardly any model, so that the post doesn't take too long to load.

God bless, 011 out.
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Greenflame24
1 month ago
Wow... this is going to be amazing... but before I read all this I have to feed out animals
Guitarman2
1 month ago
AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Looks like it'll be a great story!
Guitarman2
1 month ago
One thing, "Then, the shouts of enemy troops alerted us that the had found"
^
they
Greenflame24
1 month ago
I have no idea what to make of this... it is totally not like anything I expected, and though this was just the prologue, I can already tell its going to be insanely good. "And tried to hold it in my mind that all the light thats coming down takes ages to get to me"
Operator011
1 month ago
Thanks!

SECRET MESSAGE RESPONSE: Hmm?
Greenflame24
1 month ago
@O011 Your welcome! Was a lyric to that song I sent you. You talked so much about light, I couldn't help but put that in there... I love that song ; )
LegoWilderness
1 month ago
Excellent writing, my friend! Absolutely fantastic story, that you will DEFINITELY have to publish someday. No offense intended, but there are two grammar nitpicks that I just have to point out

Yes, I might have done this in my writing - I definitely know I'm not the best, and sometimes my stories are downright terrible when it comes to grammar - but I learned recently that you never put quotations around thoughts. You always italicize them, or just leave them as they are.
Also, you need to start a separate paragraph whenever a new person is speaking - putting two quotations back-to-back is just confusing.

Here's a small portion of your story just to give an example:

The sounds of enemy troops died away behind us. Good, the lake stopped them, I thought. "So, who are you anyway?" I asked. The other operator was riding alongside me now.

"My name's Cyan," he answered.

"I'm Jayson," I replied. "Are you only a beacon operator?" I asked, rather stupidly, I thought.

"No," He laughed. We were still riding fairly hard. "I'm a Keeper. I was on beacon duty for a bit this morning though."

"Oh." I said, feeling foolish. Of course he wasn't an operator! I mentally facepalmed. Then, what he had said registered in my brain. "Wait, you're a Keeper?"

"Yes, a Keeper," he answered.

That's all I had to say, but don't take it to heart. I can tell you know what you're doing here, bro, because for one, the plot is executed extremely well! Good work, and God Bless,

~LW
Greenflame24
1 month ago
@LegoWilderness Well--

*Coughing from the back of the room*

Me: Oh great...

Random dude: Greenflame if you dare try to respond to LW's comment as if it were directed to you, I will have you assassinated. In the most brutal form

Me: Ha! Why would I do something like that! How on earth did he know!

Random dude: Because its the kinda stupid thing you'd do! I saw your message

Me: I don't do stupid things well, who cares, nobody else did!

Random dude: I think your just a people are gonna look back at all the messages now

Me: How dare you give hints that we were doing that! I'm leaving!

Random dude: Goodbye! ;-P
LegoWilderness
1 month ago
Oh no... not another conversation. O_O xDD Love it
Greenflame24
1 month ago
Random dude: @LW Yeah, it is fun to see your president get stumped

Me: I didn't get stumped! I just left because I had forgotten to stick mouse traps in your shoes!
SnapStudio
1 month ago
What I’ve seen of it looks really awesome.
Don’t have enough time to read the whole thing right now though! #XD
Operator011
1 month ago
LW: Thanks! Unfortunately, you can't italicize words in the description of posts (I think). You can do it in comments though. Okay, I definitely will do that (new paragraph every time...)!

GreenFlame: Oh, okay! That song was pretty good, BTW. Have you heard this?

ZeeSnapper: Thanks! That's fine, I know that this style of writing is a little long. But, it's a lot of fun to read as well, so that's why I chose it.
Greenflame24
1 month ago
@O011 Piano Guys... ARE THE BEST! A lot of the time
LegoWilderness
1 month ago
Thanks for taking that well, SpecialOp

Yes... Hmm. Well, it would be strange to have the italics code multiple times in the description xD
No worries, just some constructive criticism!
BlockMaster16YT
1 month ago
Looking pretty dope my dude! i cant wait for more
Operator011
1 month ago
GreenFlame: Rd conversation:
"In the most brutal form."


Piano guys compliment: They sure are! Most of the time.
Operator011
1 month ago
LW: Yes, unfortunately, it doesn't. Here, I would put many, many, many, MANY sad faces. But, they don't work with colored font. :'(
Operator011
1 month ago
"Many" is one of the words that looks like it's spelled wrong if you look at it too long. xD
Operator011
1 month ago
TheSixteenthMasterOfTheBlocks: Thank you! (My good sir.)
Sky_Python
1 month ago
Wow, this is going to be amazing! Love it so far
Sky_Python
1 month ago
It would be easier for you and your readers as well if you added a few more page breaks
Just a suggestion, you don't have to do it at all!
Guitarman2
1 month ago
So, what time period is this set in?
Operator011
1 month ago
Python: Thank you! Yes, I think I will, considering how long some of the last sections were. xD

TwoMenOfGuitars: Well, the prologue is a backstory, sort of. So it's set before gunpowder went mainstream, as far as I have thought. That's why they're still using arrows and battering rams.
Dragon_Rider06
1 month ago
Wow this is epic! It's all amazing.
If there's one thing, it's try not to do such big chunks of text, you need to space it out a bit. When you have big chunks it makes it really really hard to read.
Operator011
1 month ago
D_R: I agree, some of the sections were a bit too long. xD
Greenflame24
1 month ago
@Everyone ha ha ha! LOL! Yeah yeah let's go with that, y'all have great ideas!
MrBrick
1 month ago
Great writing dude!
KnightofElabor
1 month ago
wow, i have no words, other than i can't wait for the rest!!! in the words of some previous commenters: "this is going to be amazing" but in all seriousness, this was really well written

(also,
)
KnightofElabor
1 month ago
dang it, i give up. ignore me
(if it worked i swear it would have been funny)
Greenflame24
1 month ago
Ha ha ha
it worked on my side @KoE! Man that was funny!

*coughing from back of the room*

Random dude: Uh huh... sure it did. What was it Greenflame24?

Me: I'm not gonna tell you, you don't deserve to know.

Random dude: Oh sure, sure.

Me: Yeah!

Random dude: Well everyone else wants to know... don't ya?

Me: Hah! Well if I told them you would still see it.

Random dude: Forget it!
SnapStudio
1 month ago
Just looked through it again, nice work!

I kinda had time to read it earlier, but I’d been on for a while and just didn’t feel like reading the entire thing right then, you know what I mean, I hope...
HAMMERBORNE
1 month ago
Woah! Amazing work my dude!!

I'm almost certain that you can use Italics in the description..

Ooo before gunpowder want main stream..
HAMMERBORNE
1 month ago
"Before gunpowder WANT main stream"?

*facepalms*

*went
MrBrick
1 month ago
Also @Op it says in the model Prolgue
HAMMERBORNE
1 month ago
@MrBrick, *visible confusion* It says what?
MrBrick
1 month ago
@Hamster It says "The Lightbringers Prolgue"
Operator011
1 month ago
"Ham"XD

Prolgue?! XD I totally knew that was spelled wrong, I mean, who wouldn't?
MrBrick
1 month ago
@Opera Also in the title of the model it says "Prolougue" with an extra U
BrickGuzy
1 month ago
Awesome! but are you using the villain I just wanna know
Operator011
1 month ago
BG: I don't think I will... Sorry. Thanks for asking though.
Operator011
1 month ago
Good. I'll tell you when chapter 1 is out! Hopefully you'll like it.
Operator011
1 month ago
TNB: Thank you! Nice new PFP, BTW.
Greenflame24
1 month ago
If everyone will let me hold my breath and scream for a moment... I just got knocked off the Forum...
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