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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2014

    Super Scribblenauts Cheats

    Please post them here. In exchange for your cheats, I will give you three symbols for each cheat you post. If that cheat has already been posted, however, I cannot give you the three symbols for it. Please say a certain res if you don't want me to post your symbols here. Thanks! ~Stan&#9786

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    WINNERS

    Grand prize: Boy of Fire Girl of Ice by Summerstream first prize Broken Dreams and Songs of Sorrow by Silversky second prize: a wizards plea by wizardstaff

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    My story

    Is at thefern(no typo) res2. It is called the boy of fire, the girl of ice: a prophecy. Im sorry if its not very good. -$ummer$now***

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    A Wizard's Plea by Wizardstaff

    A Wizard's Plea<br>by<br>Wizardstaff<br><br><br>I clutched my staff to my chest, running as fast as my legs could carry me away from the Ghosts.<br>Master Faroon had told me not to open the Dungeon of Phantoms, but I hadn't listened. And now I was running through the Green Forest, being chased by Ghosts and Phantoms.<br>I glanced over my shoulder, then tripped over a root, rolling across the ground to a halt by a big oak. An oak. It reached almost fifty feet in the sky, the lowest branches barely thirteen feet off the ground.<br>Climbing to my feet, I held my staff in front of me, my fingers barely curved around the middle.<br>My Master had told me the thought-pattern for the gravity spell, and I shut my eyes, thinking the correct patterns of shapes and runes. I felt my staff burn in my hand, and I opened my eyes.<br>The staff was vibrating, and I could see sparks of magic electricity zipping into me. I suddenly felt lighter, and I rose into the air, the toes of my shoes brushing against crumpled leaves.<br>The buzzing stopped, and I leapt up, seeming to defy the laws of physics and soar up around twenty feet.<br>Grabbing the nearest branch, I strapped my staff to my back, quickly ascending to the top of the oak.<br>I could've jumped, but I didnt want to misjudge and drift to the ground.<br>I caught my breath, steadying myself and listening. I could hear the whispers of the spirits, looking for me. Searching for me.<br>If they caught me, there wasn't much I could do; Master hadn't taught me any offensive spells against spirits. But I could keep on the move, try to make it back to the manor.<br>I knew the spell for temporary flight, and said the correct keywords. Focusing mentally, I hovered in the air, then flew forward around twenty five miles per hour, the manor just peeking above the horizon.<br>I would never reach it.<br>An object hit my leg, messing my flight and sending me crashing into a tree. I fell from branch to branch, mentally repeating the Shield spell.<br>I finally hit the ground, my staff slipping from my hand and rolling down a slight incline, just to clunk against the toe of a boot.<br>Vampires.<br>They shouldn't be out during the day; they were nocturnal...<br>Unless the Arch-Wizard Chamler had been plotting against Master again...<br>I weakly tried to rise, but the foot kicked me back down.<br>Phalen.<br>I recognized the leader of the Vampires from the library, and mentally went over his weaknesses and powers.<br>He picked my staff up, chuckling. "Well well. Looks like we caught you at last. Nothing is going to let you escape this time."<br>I knew Vampires hated wizards, but I had no idea why they were now targeting me.<br>My Amulet...<br>Mentally reciting the spell of staff-fire, my staff burst into flames, setting Phalen's hands on fire.<br>He shrieked in a high-pitched unhumanly way, dropping the staff.<br>I snatched the staff, turning it to moon-weight titanium and smashing it into his legs. He fell to the ground, blindly formong and hurling a fireball in my direction.<br>It's funny, Vampires despise fire but have the ability to conjure fireballs. But I didn't have time to think about that, as more Vampires rushed in. I jumped and kicked one, smashing my titanium staff into the next.<br>Muttering the spell for a kinetic field, I smashed the end of my staff into the ground.<br>A wave of kinetic energy flew from around me, sending the Vampires sprawling.<br>Reciting the flight spell, I flew away as fast as I could.

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    Posted April 18, 2011

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