Long ago, there were two races that ruled the Earth: Humans and Monsters.
One day, the two races went to war against each other. The humans were victorious, thanks to their allies the gods. They sealed the monsters underground using a magic spell, trapping them underneath the Earth for what seemed forever.
Many years later...
He raced up the mountain, feathers flying from his wings, as he chased the Souflee, trying to get the hearts inside it
"Pit, let it go. You'll get hurt." Palutena said cautiously. "But I just need to get it,
Lady Palutena." said Pit anxiously. Pit was chasing a Souflee up a mountain for it's
hearts, so he can finally get that new bow he was saving up. At least this was better
than washing the Centurions' laundry. Or cleaning Viridi's closet.
He moved his head left and right, looking for the Souflee, but only saw rocks and
twigs. "Man, I lost it!" Pit said with disappointment. "Aw, cheer up Pit." Palutena said
with sympathy. "It was just one Souflee." "Yeah, but it would help me get that bow." Pit
said sulkily as he sat on a rock. "How about a gift to cheer you up?" Palutena said. "Oh
boy, a gift for me?" Pit said with excitement. "Yup. Here you go." Palutena summoned a
sweater on Pit's lap. It was a blue sweater, with two horizontal purple stripes across the
middle. "Oh. Um... thanks, Lady Palutena." Pit said kinda disappointed. "You don't like
it?" Palutena asked. "What?!? No, no, it's great." Pit stuttered. "Well that's great, why
don't you put it on?" "Ok..." Pit agreed reluctantly. He didn't want to wear it, but he
didn't want to upset his goddess. He tossed the sweater on. It felt kinda sweaty. A sweaty sweater.
Pit stood up and began walking around the flat ground of the moutain's top, when
Palutena stopped him suddenly. "Woah, watch out!" Palutena called to Pit. He froze to
a halt on the edge on a large hole. "How deep do you think it is Lady Palutena?" He
asked. "I'm not sure. Throw a rock down it." Pit picked up a small pebble and dropped
it down the hole. It took several seconds before the pebble hit the bottom. "Woah, that
is deep." said Palutena "I think you should go back." "Yeah, you're right Lady Palutena."
Pit said. He turned around to go back, when he slipped off some loose rocks. "AHH!"
"PIT!" Palutena screamed. All he remembered was himself falling.
"Ugggggggghhhhh... I'm okay Lady Palutena." Pit said when he woke up. Apparently, he
landed on a bed of yellow flowers, which must've broke his fall. "Lady Palutena?" He
asked. No one answered. "Lady Palutena?" Still answer. "LADY PALUTENA?" No answer
again. Pit started to panicked. Without Palutena, he had no one to help him. No one to
talk to. No one to tell him what to do. "I'll get back to you Lady Palutena, I promise."
He said. He stood up, and started walking towards a door. He was in a different world.
With no guidance.