As she went out of her house, Risa felt a strange tingle along her spine. Like she was being called. As she turned her head, she saw it.
Although it was hidden under the low branches of a tree, the unicorn was back.
“You’re back again? Why do you appear randomly?”
She had never been afraid of the animal, on the contrary. Seeing it warmed her heart.
But it was agitated this time. Something seemed to disturb it.
“What is it? What is troubling you?”
The unicorn pointed its glowing horn to Risa’s belly. It started to glow even more.
A few lights detached themselves from the glow and gathered round Risa, entering her belly.
“This feels… different than the other times you did that. It’s like it’s disappearing inside of me, I don’t feel the effects.”
“What have you done this time? I wish you could speak…”
But the unicorn just galloped away.