It's all Fun & Games until a Unicorn gets Mad.

It's all Fun & Games until a Unicorn gets Mad.
Many are familiar with the fantastical tales of the mystical creature, the Unicorn. A majestic creature who represented purity and grace. But the beautiful animal was not always a symbol of all things good. There was once a time in the Unicorn’s history when good was countered with evil. And the mystical creature as we now know it today depicted a much different animal.
          From the beginning of creation, Unicorns freely roamed the land in harmony with all other species. Suddenly, the human species grew in dominance over all other species and a hierarchy was created. It was soon after the development of the various tiers of life that the human realised the magical healing elements that the Unicorn’s horn possessed. It wasn’t long after this discovery that the Unicorn population began to diminish. Faced with extinction, two factions within the Unicorn species developed - survival at all cost versus peace in all things. Those scorned and bitter by the loss of their loved ones were fueled with a hate that created a strength that could not be conquered by any other creature. A war was had. The human species with the few Unicorns who would not compromise their values, regardless of the dangers that lie ahead versus those who saw no other option for survival. The war was brief, but grisly. The victors were those who had nothing more to share besides the hate that kept them alive. The conclusion of the war created an unexplainable fog that permanently covered the rays of the sun, causing an overwhelming darkness. The few pure Unicorns who survived were banished. The others took on their new roles of the dominant species and designated themselves the Dark Unicorn. Under the reign of the Dark Unicorn, joy was forbidden. Happiness was nonexistent. Fear was rampant. The dark Unicorn would not be controlled or taken advantage of again.

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