You sighed as you got out of bed and stretched, looking out the window at the beautiful
You had to admit, it was beautiful here, and the view was rather breathtaking.
You finally pulled yourself away from the view and dressed, wearing a pair of your favorite jeans and a tee-shirt, feeling underdressed in such a nice house. House, ha, you laughed at the thought of calling it a house, it was hardly a house, it was more a mansion.
You see, you were in England's home, he had insisted you stay there, since you had to go so far to come to the world conference meeting that he was hosting, and since this was also your first time visiting England he wanted you to feel welcomed.
After much persuasion he finally talked you into staying in his home, as his guest.
You shook your head with a slight smile as you walked from the room, and looked around.
I don't remember which stairway I came up last night
I was so tired.."
You grumbled to yourself when you just picked randomly, and hoped you were right before you started heading down the staircase that you hoped would lead you back into the foyer.
You wandered around aimlessly once you reached the bottom of the stairs, unsure of which way to go, and before long, you realized you were lost.
"This place is huge!!! How the hell is anyone going to find me in here!"
As you continued your rant you did not notice that you had made it into a rather dark part of the mansion, until you looked up and realized how dark it was.
Your heart beat faster as the shadows took on menacing and terrifying shapes, and every sound made you jump. Soon, you found yourself running through the mansion, looking for anyone who could show you the way out.
Finally you saw a light under a door and you heaved a sigh of relief as you opened the door, and much to your surprise, saw England.
You were cut off by England motioning for you to go, and then hollering at you.
"_____! Get out of here now!"
You turned to leave, but then there was a flash of light and you felt something slam into you, and you were sent flying into a wall, drifting out of consciousness