Ahem! Today… I'll tell you the story of the lost book of prophecies. This prophetic book was a mysterious tome full of stories of future events. Of course, many people craved this book, wishing to glimpse their futures. But no person, after obtaining this amazing book, ever found happiness. The reason? The book held frightful secrets not meant for people's eyes. That book came to be called the Dark Prognosticus and was sealed away. This…is the tale of that forgotten book's last owner. It is a tale of love… And… a tale of trust…
The Mushroom Kingdom started off well today. The sun came up, leaving a glimmering brightness on the Mushroom Kingdom. Not very many people knew about the Mushroom Kingdom, otherwise known as the Mushroom World. It was a strange and mystical place, filled with otherworldly beings; though a few of them weren't.
Peach Toadstool was known as the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. She was tall, and had a headstrong approach to handling most problems in the kingdom. Her castle was huge, and she had a loyal following of Toads, which were human-like creatures that wore mushroom caps on their heads.
But someone who opposed her; someone much less human. He was King Bowser, a huge turtle-dragon hybrid, otherwise known as a Koopa. He ruled an area not too far away from the Mushroom Kingdom. Practically other week he wanted to kidnap Peach for his own selfish reasons. He had a huge following, one even bigger than Princess Peach's. And to top it off, he also had 7 very powerful Koopalings, along with his very own son.
So how was King Bowser stopped? Who would be able to rescue Princess Peach when she would inevitably be kidnapped?
The Super Mario Bros. Mario and Luigi were the protectors of the Mushroom Kingdom, always having to travel to Bowser's Castle to rescue Peach. But they weren't alone.
Violet, a 19-year-old woman lived with the two heroes. She wasn't as skilled as the Mario Bros, but she still tried her hardest to save the day. Several months ago had been when they found her, but the circumstances surrounding how she got there were… mysterious…
All three had elemental powers. Mario's was fire, Luigi's electricity, and Violet's ice. Mario and Luigi found theirs back during the Beanbean Kingdom incident, which happened before Violet came along. Violet found her powers only a couple weeks after Mario and Luigi found her.
Today, thankfully, there weren't any attacks from Bowser or anything like that. Mario's house was small, though all three residents were trying to get it renovated at some point. But today, only Mario was in his bed…
It took a while for Mario to wake up, considering that his alarm that he normally set didn't go off. He woke up slowly, almost considering going back to sleep for a couple minutes just to get that little bit of extra rest in before starting the day.
Mario turned over in his bed and looked at his alarm clock, only to see that it was 10:18 AM, over two hours past the normal time he woke up.
"Shoot!" Mario quickly arose out of his bed and ran to his drawer, not wanting to waste any more time. He quickly put on his dress clothes, which consisted of a plain red shirt, a pair of blue overalls, socks and shoes, and his trusty red hat with an M on it.
When Mario didn't see Violet or Luigi in their beds, the plumber assumed they had already gone out. After making a short breakfast, he walked out the door. The sun was already high in the sky, with the clouds being scarce.
Mario almost checked his mailbox, until he remembered that it was Sunday. It felt weird, waking up late on a Sunday; though there was nothing wrong with it.
Today was a good day to go visit Peach. Bowser usually didn't attack on Sundays, so Mario was glad for that. He loved the Princess a lot, and he wanted to be in a relationship with her. It was pretty hard to ask, considering she was stolen every other week. Mario was sure Bowser was going to try to marry her at some point, but he knew he would be able to stop him when that time came.
It was kind of ironic how Luigi was in a relationship and he wasn't. Luigi was in a relationship with Violet, and they were currently boyfriend and girlfriend, and they hadn't done anything too serious yet. Luigi and Violet became a couple only a couple months after Violet got found in the kingdom.
Mario walked for a while before he finally got to Toad Town. The place was normally lively, sprawling with Toads, Koopas, and other friendly species that decided not to serve loyal to Bowser. But today, it was not.
Mario walked through the town. It was silent. Everything about it felt suspicious. Worrying thoughts popped up in Mario's head. Did something happen to everyone? Did Bowser plan a huge invasion?
Mario searched every house, every store, and every other building he could. Nothing. Just what happened? Wait…one last building to check.
Mario broke into a sprint. Many awful scenarios popped up in his head. He opened the castle doors, and…
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARIO!"
Dimmsdale, California housed a kid that was not average. He was 11 years old, and has something most kids did not have.
Fairy God Parents.
They were assigned to any kid that felt misery in their lives. Timmy's reason for getting fairies was that when he was 9, a horrible 16-year-old babysitter had been assigned to him when his parents started going out nearly every night.
That babysitter's name was Vicky. Vicky forced Timmy to do all of her chores for her constantly, and he hated every second of it. Her first night of babysitting wasn't even over yet before Cosmo and Wanda were assigned to be Timmy's fairies.
Cosmo wasn't as smart as most, but he still was fun to have around, and tried to make things right when they were wrong. Wanda, his wife, was a lot smarter. At times, she was seen as a nag, but other times her wit would prove to be helpful to the situation.
Not too long ago, they both had a baby; details not needed. The baby ended up being a boy and they named him Poof.
Cosmo and Wanda had been Timmy's fairies for almost two years now. In those two years, they had a lot of adventures.
Today was Sunday, the second and last day of the weekend before school started back up again for the week. Timmy's Sunday abruptly started when he suddenly heard the alarm clock ringing, and immediately sprang up to turn it off.
After the alarm was silenced, Timmy yawned and rubbed his eyes., Cosmo, Wanda and Poof then flew out of the fishbowl next to the bed.
Cosmo and Wanda had to be disguised as fish sometimes, because one of the rules of Fairy Godparents in Da Rules that no one can ever know of their existence, or they will have to go away forever, and all traces of their magic would be lost forever. Hundreds of little rules were in Da Rules, and one of them in because of Timmy's previous wish for it to be Christmas every day.
"Wakey wakey, Timmy!" Cosmo said, eager to be awake. "It's time for another day of school!"
"It's Sunday, Cosmo," Wanda corrected.
"Oh," Cosmo realized his mistake. "Then… it's time for another day of the weekend!"
"Thanks, Cosmo," Timmy said. "But I'm sure Vicky is going to babysit and make me do chores all day." He groaned, knowing that he would most likely be right.
As if on cue, Timmy's parents, Terrance and Tamara opened the door to the room, and Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof popped back into the fishbowl just in time before the parents saw.
Terrance and Tamara were… sometimes forgetful. They still loved their son, even if they wondered why most of his things were the same two colors, pink and green, and more recently, some of them were purple.
"Hey Timmy!" Terrance called out. "Guess what? Vicky…"
Timmy could practically guess what his dad was going to say.
"Is not babysitting you today!" Terrance finished, surprising Timmy with his answer.
"What?" Timmy asked in confusion.
"We tried to call Vicky," Tamara started to explain. "But her parents answered saying something about her having a sore throat, so she had to cancel for a few days."
"Which means that we are going to spend the day together!" Terrance added. "We're going to go the park, and we also called your friend's parents so your friends could come too!"
Timmy was excited. What could've been a potentially awful Sunday has now turned into one that could actually seem enjoyable. He couldn't wait to go to the park. Today was going to be great.