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Chapter 3: Demons that haunt us

Two weeks had passed since the trials had begun, along with the attacks too. Mysterious attacks by shadow demons were carried out at every arena where a trial related event would take place. Shadow demons were creatures that could take the form of a shadow, they could sneak in and out of anywhere. When they would materialise, they would look like wild animals, but ten times more ferocious. They would show up and attack the participants and would disappear as soon as they would appear. The Council reached out to the hunters for help. The hunters had helped on the first attack, but after a clash with the Galactics; they refused to continue their aid. Even with the ongoing attacks, the trials had completed its two rounds, and each planet had brought forward the ones who would represent them in the Guardians, all but Harmony. The Planet of Harmony had been the only one who had not picked anyone because no one had stepped forward. The arenas on Harmony remained empty. The people acted as if
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