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The Magic Potion
Transcript of The Magic Potion
“Where... where did you get that?” asked a boy named David. He pointed to the bottle. “None of your business,” she taunted, thinking of more things to make pop out of nowhere. Everyone started to doubt knowing about the potion.
“Uh, Heidi. I wouldn't use that all at once,” spoke David again really softly. She ignored him. When she stopped to gaze at all of her new goodies, the bottle was almost half empty. “Heidi,” said a voice in the crowd. It was in a warning tone.
“Why are you guys so worried? It’s not like anything bad is going to happen,” Heidi said gleefully.
“Well, you're using it all at once. It’s kind of stupid,” David said shrugging. Heidi quickly turned to David, her anger going a little too far. She doesn't like being called stupid. She did a terrible action before she could even think. She thought, “David turns into a kangaroo,” She tilted the bottle until another drop fell out and landed on the ground. Immediately David’s face turned stout and his skin turned into fur. He started to jump around Everyone stood in shock. David jumped all around the group.
“Heidi!” scolded a girl in the crowd. Heidi grasped the bottle, and started to understand what she just did.
“Uh, uh, I’ll just redo what I did,” stammered Heidi, thinking to change David to normal. After she dropped the potion, nothing happened. She tried over and over and still nothing. “No no no!” she shouted. “Nice Heidi,”
“You are so in trouble,”
All the voices stumbled around in her head and she started to freak out.
“That is like... illegal,” said another voice.
David the Kangaroo hopped over and looked at Heidi straight in the face. His eyes showed the real David. She scrambled away and started to run out of the school towards her bike. She jumped on and speeded off towards Razziel’s cottage. “I have to get rid of this, I have to,” she muttered to herself. She swung open the door and briskly walked into the cottage and set down the bottle, and when she started to walk out, a hand grabbed her wrist.
“Not so fast,” growled Razziel. Heidi froze. The witch turned Heidi around and started to speak. “You're not leaving here, your new home is going to be underground. Since you trespassed my home, you will regret it,” “I- I don’t understand,” Heidi mumbled, trying to get away from Razziel. She shut the door behind Heidi and stormed away, grabbing another flask. She kept pouring the liquid into other bottles. Heidi slowly crept over to the purple bottle and snatched off the table she put it on.
She thought, “Turn this witch into a frog,” She poured the liquid onto the ground and instantly the evil witch shrunk in size and turned green. Heidi dropped the bottle and when it came into impact with the ground, many things happened. Heidi ran out trying to flee, and she didn't turn back around. She learned the hard way not to take advantage of other people. The End The End The End