I’m back, and with a new story! This is a “normal person” story, but I do have Hamilton characters discreetly placed in here. I hope that you enjoy it!
Before the beginning of our time, before humanity got its name, eight keys jingled together on a keyring made of stone. These eight keys each held a law by which humanity would be controlled under. They were scattered across the globe, to be hidden until the world would one day be saved by eight young children who would use their key to save humanity.
Eight mothers found a key on the same day, November 25th. They put a necklace containing the key around their newborn child’s neck on April 2nd. These eight children were from all corners of the globe, but they would one day reunite to save the world.
They’ve had the necklace as long as they can remember, and they’ve never taken it off, not once. Not even to shower. They held onto it like a lifeline.
When they turned twelve, they found out about their powers, and that it comes from the key the wear around their neck.
When they turned fifteen, they discovered their true meaning here on Earth, and that they contained great powers.
Rosetta Keyes had life.
Royel Jackson had death.
Hugo Manning had fire.
Sebastian Nadal had water.
Nichole Wilkinson had earth.
Sofie Rodgers had air.
John Rivera had color.
And Margarita Rensselaer had love.
They were to unite in New York City, where the lock was hidden and kept safe. Rosetta made it there first, since it was her home town. Rosetta was a cute girl with light blonde hair that included pink highlights, and she always wore a sparkly pink headband. Her style was skinny jeans and cute blouses. She relaxed in the safe place, enjoying the life of a goddess, waiting for the others to arrive.
Royel arrived not to long after, having flown in from California. She was your classic goth girl, the kind of girl you’d think would represent death. The two actually got along quite well, despite their differences. All was well, and they just had to wait for the others.
Then the zombie apocalypse hit.