OOH NEVER MIND I FIGURED SOMETHING OUT JUST LET ME POINT OF VIEW
I stared down at the writing. Well, better get out of here, I thought.
I picked up Shaylyn. “Can you get me out of here, Shaylyn?,” I asked the puppy, remembering that I wouldn't call a sister “girl.” The husky yipped and trotted over to one side of the space. I punched the wall above where Shaylyn was sniffing and it collapsed. Sunlight filled my eyes. I picked up the husky.
“We’re free, Shaylyn!”
I started down along the nearby road, Shaylyn sniffing in front of me. I let the husky lead me. I wondered about who I was going to find first. Suddenly, I realized something. I wasn't wearing the clothes I'd been wearing when I opened the box on my floor. Instead, I was wearing a yellow dress with golden lightning bolts embroidered on it. I felt my ears. My golden crosses had little golden lightning bolts dangling from them.
“Huh,” I said. I touched my neck. My cross was still there, but it had two golden lightning charms on the side. I shrugged. It was still ok. I continued following Shaylyn.
About ten minutes later, I came upon a man riding an interesting horse. It looked mostly normal, but it had scales instead of fur. The scales were obviously the same color it would have been had it had fur, but it was still unusual.
“Can you tell me what's down this road, sir?”
“Sure, sweetheart. That leads to Kata-no Village, a small tech-savvy farming town. You should be fine there.” I nodded my thanks and headed after Shaylyn again.
Later, I realized that I was hungry. The box suddenly felt heavy in my pocket. I took it out. In it there was food and, to my surprise, sleeping clothes. I ate the food and went on, Shaylyn in the lead.
At dusk, I picked Shaylyn up and went into the shrubs on the side of the road. I took off the dress and put on the pajamas. A sleeping bag had appeared in the box. How the Hershey is everything getting into this box? And how does it FIT? I wondered. I took it out and rolled it open on the ground. I snuggled into it and fell into a deep, dreamless sleep.
Nine hours later, I woke up. I nudged Shaylyn with my foot and the little puppy woke up. She perked up immediately and was up and on the go. She ran circles around me as I got back into my new clothes.
As soon as I was ready to get back on the road, Shaylyn ran in front of me and went on. I had to jog to keep up with the energetic little puppy. The dust cloud we kicked up was legendary.
Unfortunately for us, that made it easy for a spy to sneak up behind us. He was C.P.’s top spy and wasn't going to let his boss down. He was the best at everything a spy needed to be good at. Unfortunately for him, my hearing was even more legendary than the dust cloud we were making.
I heard footsteps behind me and whirled around. There, standing in the settling dust, was a man dressed in all black. He pointed some sort of gun thing at me. Before I knew what I was doing, I was running at the man. I felt as if there was lightning in my veins, empowering me. Allowing me to do what I had never done before.
He shouted in surprise at the courage that I was showing. He recovered himself and let out multiple shots from his gun. I dodged them with ease.
How am I doing this? I thought to myself as I elbowed the man in the gut, causing him to drop the gun. I grabbed the barrel and knocked him unconscious before he could reveal any hidden weapons. I stopped short. The lightning I had felt in my veins drained away as I stood there.
Well, I don't know WHAT that was, but better check him for weapons. I checked everywhere I could think of that a weapon could be concealed. I found two more guns and a knife. I put them in the pack that had just appeared in the box. It, like the rest of my outfit, was buttercup yellow with golden lightning bolts embroidered on it.
I pulled out a rope and tied him to a tree. I gagged him with some linen I found on the ground. I wasn't going to hurt him any more than I had to, but it was better to be on the safe side.
“Let’s take a path OFF the road so we don't run into anyone else who wants to kill us, Shaylyn,” I told the puppy. The husky obediently went off the road. They kicked up no more dust clouds until they reached a blockade.
The town was blocked off. It had a sign above it, Kata-no Village. The wall I was facing appeared to be a large pixel wall, but as I put my hand on it, my hand stopped when it hit the wall. I felt the wall.
"Please give identity," a the wall said. It scanned me. "Box from VOICE detected," it said after a second. "Admittion granted." The wall in front of me powered down. I walked into the village. Just then, a girl materialized next to me. She was hugging a fluffy white puppy that looked like Boo. Except the fact that it was white.