Wanna start right after she is taken? That sounds cool
Well as cool as it would be, that does take away the oportunity to develope her feelings toward the matter from the very point it begins. You okay with that?
True... Would she be taken by someone she knows?
In my original idea I stated 'she is taken by a man who keeps his identity hidden, but she recognizes him somehow'.
I left it up to you to decide whether I should give you more detail on it or not. You can be left in the dark to learn and figure it out as we go.
Alright.. Lol umm so let's start it right before she is taken. I have an idea for it now.
Do you want to make skellies? Normally they're almost a must for me, but I may like to develope my character in all aspects as we go along and describe it through the story itself.
No skellie this time. Lets just see where the story takes us!
Alrighty, time to get going then?
As Risa ran back to her chamber, she felt her tears sting her face. How could her own father do this to her? Betrothed to a man she cared little for. And for what? More money and land? How on earth could her father do this?
He sat in hiding in her chamber, waiting for her. Leo, or Night, as he'd call himself, wanted to take the princess away. He could not bear to allow Risa to be married to that horrible man. He loved the princess, and wanted to protect her at all costs. If that meant kidnapping her, he'd do it. and so there he was, waiting.
Risa threw open the door to her chanber and ran inside. Quickly she slammed the door, trying to cover her sobs with the bang. As soon as it was closed she began pulling at the ballgown her father had made her wear. It was hiddious and not her style. and it was pink, as if the fancy nature of the gown was bad enough. She quickly changed into a simple dress and unpinned her long dark hair, letting it fall around her waist and began to clean her face. Still sobbing she tried to make herself presentable so she could go into town and find something to calm her down.
Night waited and watched her, wondering when he should move in. He risked being discovered if he stayed too long, but then, the guards were thicked at the moment, and things would die down later. He sighed, unable to stand watching this. He moved silently up behind her. "I'm very sorry princess." He mumbled, putting the chemical-soaked cloth over her mouth and nose and holding her trapped in his free arm.
Risa screamed into the cloth, which did little good. She began to flail her arms trying to hit her attacker. She quickly became weak, and could no longer move. Suddenly everything went black.
When she finally went limp, Night put a cloak on her and cleaned her face of all makeup before smudging dirt on it. If they did get caught, it'd help if she didn't get recognized as the princess. He put her over his shoulder and quckly headed to the nearest secret passage. He knew she'd be out for about an hour, which gave him enough time to take her to the shack he had in the middle of nowhere.
As Risa began to awaken, everything was blurry. She couldn't remember much of anything. She couldn't really feel anything at that moment either. It was as if her whole body was numb. Her eyesight began to clear and she saw a man watching her.
Night made sure to wear a mask covering all but his eyes. He didn't want to risk her recognizing him, even though he doubted she'd remember him. He was in all black, with a hood over his head to cover his hair, and black gloves. "And so the sleeping beauty awakens." He murmured. "How are you feeling, Risa?"
"Wh- Who are you?" She stuttered. Her mouth was really dry. As she became more concious, she bagan to feel slight pain in her head and remembered what happened up until she returned to her chamber.
"Night." He mumbled. "You can call me Night. Are you thirsty?" He provided a small cup of water. She wasn't bound, but the shack itself was locked tight. She couldn't get out without a key.
Risa quickly reached for the cup, but once Night let it go it began to slip from her fingers. She was stil l weak.