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While Alex and Conner were trying to figure out where they were, they met a frog with a body of a man, who invited them to his house.
Hello, I am Froggy! This is the Land Of Stories.
What is this place?
Do you mean you come from another world? Maybe..you could try going for the Wishing Spell. It is very dangerous however if find all the 8 items in this journal, you will be granted one wish.
Froggy tells them a part of his own story and shows them a map of all the kingdoms of the fairy-tale world. he also tells them about The Wishing Spell, a spell which could transport them back to their own world. He then gives them a journal written by a man who managed to collect all the items needed for the spell.
Great! We'll start tomorrow morning!
We're not from this world, we need to get back.
To activate the Wishing Spell, find these 8 items. - Glass that housed a lonely soul up 'til midnight's final toll. - A saber from the deepest sea, meant for a groom's mortality. - The bark of a basket held in fright while running away from a bark with bite. - A stony crown that's made to share, found deep within a savage lair. - A needle that pierced the lovely skin of a princess with beauty found within. - A wavy lock of golden rope that once was freedom's only hope. - Glittering jewels whose value increased after preserving the false deceased. - Teardrops of a maiden fairy feeling neither magical nor merry.
In the morning, the twins leave Froggy's house in the search of the 8 items in the journal. On their way, they came across Goldilocks with her horse, Porridge and the Big Bad Wolf Pack, Froggy had warned them about. It was a close escape.
Next, the twins found themselves at Rapunzel's tower. As per the journal, they had to collect a lock of Rapunzel's hair.
On the other hand, the Evil Queen had escaped from the jail. She was now up to something very mysterious. Her huntsman had come to visit her with his daughter, when she told him to start looking for the items in the Wishing Spell.
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