The Tales of the Emotions

You may think that emotions are purely words we made up thousands of years ago to describe how we're feeling, but they're a lot more than that. Smaller than the eyes can see and too high-pitch for the ears to hear, fly emotions - the close cousins of pixies and fairies.

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1. Introduction

You may think that emotions are purely words we made up thousands of years ago to describe how we're feeling, but they're a lot more than that. Smaller than the eyes can see and too high-pitch for the ears to hear, fly emotions - the close cousins of pixies and fairies.

The origin of the words came from sorcerers who used to keep the emotions as prisoners after luring them in, draining them of their family trait - a coloured cloud above the emotion's heads that consisted of the feelings they inflicted on humans - in order to forge manipulative spells. Over time, knowledge of the emotions became lost in the midst of battling kings and the building of empires. In fact, only few know of their existence today, let alone where they reside, due to antique sorcery books presented to the next sorcerer in a long line of magic bearers, and such few want nothing more than to drain them of their traits and form new spells, whether they be created for grandeur or mass-domination. 

 

 

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