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More than just a bed-time story...

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Every copy is a manifestation of the original. Some are fables and others are historical accounts of battles between good and evil. If fairy-tale props are used for evil, the tales will be corrupted forever.
 
Facts:
- Fairy-Tale Magic runs out at midnight
- Fairy-Tale Fortress: The Book of Fairy Tales is a portal to the fortress where all things fairy tale are kept.
- Keeper of Fairy Tales:  Curator of the props associated with all the stories, his apprentice becomes Keeper when he dies
 
Props:
Those included are the poisoned apple, casket, and the Seven Dwarfs from Snow White; the prince, glass slippers, gown, carriage, and pumpkin from Cinderella; the woodsman, red cape, and wolf from Little Red Riding Hood; and the water bucket and red slippers from The Wizard of Oz.
 
Mirror: The mirror on the wall imprisons the Evil Witch until the glass breaks. The witch is freed, and she imprisons the Keeper's apprentice. Whoever is in the Mirror sees all things and cannot lie. The apprentice is freed when the Evil Witch is destroyed.

Copyright goes to Constance M. Burge.

Information on this website was gathered throughout the internet or created by me, which should have my crediting at the bottom. None of the images are mine, nor the spells.