xaviers arrival

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  • Breaking in
  • Meeting Xavier
  • the Areotrope
  • From chapter 1: Xavier had to see Isabella, it was something about her that was amazing. Xavier tied rope around his waist and jumped through the window only to find a surprise waiting for him.
  • Preparing
  • From chapter 1: Xavier was suddenly tied up and as he hung from the roof he saw five figures in front of him, just staring until a young girl with an over sized dress yelled "We got em!." Xavier explained to them that they needed him because of his 'areotrobe'. Isabella stepped forward and said to prove it. So they cut him down and went outside to see this 'areotrobe'.
  • Flying!
  • From chapter 2: Xavier explained what it was made of to them, Bea was most impressed i believe she went wide eyed when she found out that Xavier made it himself.
  • The landing
  • From chapter 2: Bea and Raffy wanted a ride so badly but Griffin didn't think it was safe so Isabella said she'll try it. Griffin didn't like that idea either, but Isabella thought it was fine since Xavier had life jackets and helmets.
  • From chapter 2 and 3: Isabella put her helmet and life jacket on, and hopped onto the areotrobe and waited for Xavier to be ready. As they were flying Xavier said to Isabella "want to see what she's really capable of?" Isabella agreed and got prepared for what would happened.
  • From chapter 2: Xavier pulled down on the handle bar and Isabella fell forward onto Xavier gripping his waist tighter. Griffin saw the areotrobe go down and stepped forward and questioned "What's he doing?" The areotrobe went near a couple buildings and Griffin freaked out, he fell forward and his glasses fell off, He looked up and saw that Isabella and Xavier were in the view again so he could now breathe alright.
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