A Gensokyian bar. A typical Gensokyian day. Alice Margatroid, her dolls Shanghai and Hourai, Marisa Kirisame, and Patchouli Knowledge are all sitting together at a table. Konngara, the bartender, passes out the drinks they ordered. Alice takes the first drink, and Marisa and Patchouli drink after. When the drinks are done, Marisa passes out mushrooms. "Magic mushrooms! From the Forest of Magic," Marisa exclaims. She eats her serving of mushrooms. Patchouli digs right in, and Alice devours them with Shanghai and Hourai.
After the mushrooms are eaten, Marisa, Patchouli, and Alice feel a bit dizzy. Then, they see the floor collapsing behind them! "Aaaah!" they all scream! They fall through the floor.
Marisa, Patchouli, Alice, Shanghai, and Hourai soon find themselves flying through space. They drop down in a mushroom forest. "We should explore this forest," Patchouli says. "But where should we start?" Alice asks.
>>183455 Alice, Marisa, and Patchouli headed right. Suddenly, they saw a gigantic monstrous Ying-Yang Orb! "AAAAAAAH!" they all screamed. Patchouli was confused. "What shall we do? This giant Ying Yang orb is blocking our path!" Marisa cried.
>>183466 Alice sends out Shanghai and Hourai to attack the Ying-Yang orb. Patchouli uses her non-directional laser, and Marisa uses her Master Spark. Soon, the Ying-Yang orb is dead. "Now, where should we go?" Marisa asks.
"I don't feel tired," Alice said. "Well, let's continue, then," Marisa exclaimed. They went on ahead.
Giant mushrooms blocked their path! "oh, no," Patchouli moped. But then Marisa climbed on the mushroom and bounced up! She got out her broom and rode on it. Patchouli, Alice, Shanghai, and Hourai did the same, and got on Marisa's broom.
So they attacked it. And it exploded! But just like that, Marisa, Alice, Patchouli, and the dolls woke up in the bar. Yes, the adventure was over, it was short, and it was a shroom-induced hallucination.
I just want to say, I respect you for your integrity. You have balls greater than most authors.
Instead of letting a story sit, unresolved, you at least gave closure. You closed a book, as it were. Yes, it was comically short, but you still didn't let it sit here unresolved.
For that, you get a gold star few receive. It's weird saying it, but there should be more writers willing to close a book that will never get finished. People should look to you as an example of writing.