The Legend of the Lost Rose Interactive Apple Book
by Daniel L Rappaport & Patricia Gresham
“Huge. Horrible. Very scary. We wouldn’t necessarily categorize the Apovil as being outright evil though. Merely misunderstood, as most so called evil creatures are.
Ironically, this beast is named as a cross between the ancient Egyptian Apophis and the word evil, thus getting Apovil.
Today, he is quite large, measuring several thousand feet long, and several hundred feet in girth. He isn’t totally physical in form, and is mostly a mist, only loosely representing a snake. In this form, he has the ability to move anywhere with ease. He can gather himself to be seen in the physical realm, but does not do so often.
He represents a dragon-like shape, with snakes for hair, in a Medusa style, and can change color as easily as a chameleon.
When LIGHT was first being created, the Apovil was there. He was quite young then, and was born out of the same energies that created LIGHT. At one time, he had the entire planet all to himself. He could sing the days on by, while flying through large, lush valleys of beautiful flowers.
As the years passed, since he was born of creation, he learned that he could create.
Indeed, he did get lonely. So he created creatures. Bird-like, reptilian, water beings, unicorns, dragons, faeries, mammalians, etc. Even similar mist-like beings such as he. These fell into various sexes, as more than simply male and female were explored.
“There were transgenders, gay, lesbian, and even bisexual folk of all kinds. This made the world rich, and harmonious.
Oh, these beings were similar to those of Earth, but designed wholly differently.
There may have been male lions without manes, horses with spikes instead of tails, and butterflies ten times the size of those found
And, of course, roses. Millions, and millions of roses. This very much fueled the power of the land as it does today, only to a far greater magnitude. This pleased the Apovil. And one may think that due to progress, innovation and the like destroying most of them, that this is the very reason as to his anger.
Far from it! As it his anger goes much deeper than this, and quite literally!
Now, the Apovil is thousands of years old. The energies he is using to create his disappearing feats and other miracles of horror he has to get from the land, for that is what the rules of The Rose of Life state. He is enraged because he doesn’t like doing this. It frustrates him to no end, and he would far rather be self-sufficient.”
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