Selina was never one to listen to the rules, mostly because she usually got out of the accepting the consequences. At a certain point the girl decided that she was above the law.
And it was this that lead her into ignoring Griffin's warning; "The Legendarium is a powerful book. It is not to be reckoned with. Once atau twice is okay, but don't overuse it."
Naturally this only inspired her to use it lebih and lebih and for the pettiest of reasons. What would Griffin do anyways? Try to steal it?
Selina scoffed at the thought as she placed her hand on the book, set to summon up a creature strong enough to destroy the Winx once and for all.
Something felt strangely off. But what was it? Selina pressed her palm to the book anyhow and started the incantation. sejak its completion stood a being, a man in front of her.
"Who are you?" Selina asked.
"Valtor." The man smirked.
"Great, how are anda going to help me?" Selina frowned.
"Help you? You're helping me. Don't anda see, in exchange for my humanity, you're going to take my place in that wretched book." Valtor answered.
"Wait, what?" Selina practically shrieked.
"Good luck." Valtor grinned.
Selina felt weightless, lighter than the air as her body crossed dimensions. She wanted badly to cry for help but found herself unable. Perhaps she should have listened to Griffin.
The Legendarium fell to the floor with a thud. Valtor picked it up and flipped through the pages until he came across an image of Selina. Now if only he could find a free page to place Bloom.
Three weeks inside The Legendarium had Selina's sanity hanging sejak a thin thread. She hadn't a clue what hari it was nor what time it was. And any hope of freedom seemed to wither away like an autumn leaf.
"Selina, can anda hear me?" Came a voice from both everywhere and nowhere at all. "Selina."
The witch turned around only to find herself face to face with Bloom and a scowling Griffin.
"I'm gonna help anda get out of here Selina." Bloom informed.
"I tried to tell her to leave you. To actually let anda face the consequences this time." Griffin muttered. "Never underestimate the good hati, tengah-tengah of a fairy."
"Can anda reach my hand?" Bloom asked. Selina stretched her hand out as far as possible. Their fingers brushed momentarily and than came a painfully hard shock, severing the connection.
"Try again Selina, anda have to visualize your human form, anda have to believe anda can escape." Bloom explained.
"But I can't." Selina muttered.
"You have to, we need you. The only way Valtor goes back in the book is if anda leave." Bloom stated.
"So leave." Griffin hissed.
Selina squeezed her eyes shut. "Okay, I'm ready now." She called boldly.
"Good, now, just take my hand." Bloom ordered.
Their fingers met once more...
The light was blinding...
She was no freer than minit before...
"Well it would appear that some punishments are meant to be faced." Griffin remarked smugly. "Surely anda didn't think you'd go unpunished forever..."