Sophia's Journey

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  • The Call
  • Allies
  • The Preperation
  • Come on Sophia you got this!!!!!!
  • One day there was a girl named Sophia. When her mom and dad got divorced, she started wondering if it was her fault they separated. She looked for things that gave her a clue about there seperation. One clue that she found was a note saying her mom dissapeared. When she found it she started to think should I take on this adventure?
  • Guardian(s) of the Threshold
  • Sophia thought and thought and then she made up her mind. She will take on the journey, but she won't tell her dad. So she went on her journey to find her mom. While she is on her journey she meets a women named Lilly. Lilly says that she knows where Sophia's mom is, but she needs to get ready before going on this journey.
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • Since Sophia needs to get ready for this journey Lilly is going to help her. Before she do anything she is going to get physical before anything. Then she is going to need to get mental. When Lilly helps her get all those things then she can start her journey.
  • Road of Trials
  • While Sophia is on her way to go find her mom, she comes apon this obstacle where she has to figure out whether she can face this obstacle or end her journey right here.
  • Sophia decides that she will finish her journey for her moms sake. Since she is finishing her journey she will face obstacles and she will have to act like a whole different person in order to complete her journey.
  • She is trying to finish her journey but she can't find the second clue. Sophia starts to loose hope but then she tells herself to never give up. She finishes the quest to find the second clue and she accomplished to find it.
  • Second clue
  • Look Lilly the second clue!
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