“Glendale! Glendale! You must get up! They are coming! Hurry!” Glendale heard in her sleep, it was almost like a far away echo but it made her come out of her deep sleep.
Slowly, she sat up in her bed and looked around with all of her senses on high alert. No body was in her room, the only person close to her room was her guards, but she could feel where they where at.
She moved from her bed and noticed that it was raining and lightning. ‘How odd, the forecast didn’t call for rain this week,’ she thought to herself as she moved to look out the window.
Glendale looked around and was about to go set in her desk, when something in the sky caught her eye. “What is that…” she said before she realized what it was, “what is a fleet of ships doing landing in Eastrovia…”
At the exact time her bedroom door busted open, “Glendale, we have to leave this place! The city is being invaded!” said her aide, June, with other staff and guards right behind her.
“Invaded! Why aren’t we fighting them off?” Glendale said as she looked out the window again.
“They are what we fear and we have no weapons against them,” June said as she grabbed Glendale by the arm and started to pull her away.
“We have to warn the people June! They have to flee this place!” Glendale said, moving to her desk and pressed a few keys on it. A few seconds later alarms started to go off all over East Malaysia.
“We must hurry Glendale! The other monsters of the night will be here soon! We cannot stay…” June stopped speaking and looked towards the door way with everyone else looking too. “Glendale.”
“I know June, they are here. I can almost hear their screeches in my mind. They are in the palace…we cannot go in the hall way…” Glendale spoke and she covered her ears. With her mind she slammed the door and locked it.
“Quickly, this way,” one of the guards spoke and everyone started for the emergency passage but the door was broken in and the screams started.
Glendale shot up from her bed in a cold sweat, breathing hard. She’d been having the same dream for the last six months and each time it felt real to her.
“You had the same dream again? Didn’t you?” spoke the man she had fallen in love with, Damien Briggs, as he pulled himself next to her.
“Yes…yes it was the same dream and I’m sure it only means on thing…it is only a matter of time before the monsters of our dreams become a reality. It feels so real, each time, but when I wake up I know their is no way it could have been real. Nothing fit in right. We both know I am not the only one having dreams of this nature. I can feel it…the mental stress of the strongest,” Glendale said and then sighed.
“I’m sure everything is going to be all right…” Damien said but ended abruptly when Glendale said, “She calls to me in my dreams, Damien.”
“No. That can’t be happening…” Damien spoke with a look of horror on his face.
Glendale finally looked over at him, “I know I may sound crazy, but she calls to me…she warns me…it is only a matter of time before we are found…we have the aliens that have already invaded this land and others who are waiting to strike and we have a legendary enemy looking for us. Only thing we have is hope and her on our side.”
They continued to talk for a while before they both has to get ready for their long day full of various task that they must complete in order to keep the nation running smoothly after such a long time of hardships and times.