Dorothy goes into a Candy TranceAn alternate version of what could happen in Candy County while Dorothy eats the candy.Dorothy goes into a Candy Trance by montey4
Note: Toto is not in this story. Dorothy doesn't meet Wiser.
Shortly after The Jester turned Glinda into a Puppet, his broomstick detected Dorothy's arrival in Oz. He flew up to his tower and watched his crystal ball.
"Show me the girl" the crystal ball glowed and began to show Dorothy but Toto wasn't with her. "That's Dorothy Gale? The "Witch Slaying Girl" from Kansas? Why she's just a little girl." The Jester began to think. "Hmm I don't she's worth becoming a puppet. Maybe instead she can become my slave like she was to my sister before she melted her" The Jester went back to his crystal ball "Perfect, she's headed for Candy County, this will a great opportunity to make her my slave" so the Jester made a checklist plan "First I'll change the signs around Candy County, Second I'll put a spell on all the candy, Thirdly I'll go face to face with Dorothy and persuade to taste and eat the candy
Dorothy's Adventures in Oz Books 1 and 2BOOK 1- THE LAND OF THE NORTHDorothy's Adventures in Oz Books 1 and 2 by Kat-vs-Art
"Another scorching day in the summer season of Kansas," I sighed looking out my window where Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, my caretakers, were busy working on the farm. As I stretched getting out of bed, my dog, Toto, began his morning yapping as usual.
"Toto, shh!" I called out to him, but it was too late, Aunt Em had heard his bark already.
"Dooorothyyyy!" she called from outside, "If you're awake, you better be out here helping me with the chicken eggs!"
I groaned but managed to reply, "Coming, Aunt Em!" I put on a classic checkered patterned dress, and slipped on my favorite pair of converse sneakers. After quickly brushing my hair, I slipped the chocolate colored hair strands into two braids, which I draped carefully over my plain looking shoulders. Looking in the mirror, I thought, "Yep, another boring day of farm work." With a sigh, I opened the door from my room and walked out, with Toto happily following me at my heels.
"Morning, Uncle Henry,"
Dorothy's Adventures in Oz Books 3, 4, and 5BOOK 3 THE DEATHLY DESERTDorothy's Adventures in Oz Books 3, 4, and 5 by Kat-vs-Art
The Cowardly Lioness
We managed to avoid most of the West territory with Steel guiding us, but we've been walking for so long and the sun was starting to set already.
"I think we should to stop to make camp soon," I pointed out to my three male travelers.
"Stop here?" Toto asked. "Are you crazy!? We're on the boarders of the South territory where lies the Deathly Desert. We need to get out of here as soon as possible!"
"But I think here is nice and safety," Hal argued.
I slapped my palm to my face and corrected the Scarecrow, "It's nice and SAFE, and yes I agree. Let's stay here, besides, we won't be able to see where we're going in the dark. It will just be too dangerous." I could see Steel nodded, in agreement with me.
Toto however, did not look convinced. "Fine, but if something happens, don't say I didn't warn you!"
"Yeah, yeah, go look for some fresh water while we get things situated here." The dog-boy huffed, then turned into his scruffy little b
Dorothy's Adventures in Oz Books 6 and 7BOOK 6 FROSTBITTEN FORESTDorothy's Adventures in Oz Books 6 and 7 by Kat-vs-Art
Three vs One, We Have a Shot!
Toto, Lea, the Munchkins, and I set off from the North after a few hours. We traveled to Mechina City, and were welcomed this time. Steel joined back with us just as he promised, and an army of cyber guards accompanied him. It looked like we already had a large army on our side, but then we reached Hal in the South with Sahara and her trees joining to fight. Here we had the North, East, and South all teamed up to take down the West and free Emerald City. The army stood at the outskirts of West country, where the Frostbitten Forest lay ahead of us. This was it, no turning back now. We were all armored up, with weapons at our side. I had a sword, as did Hal. Toto and Lea planned to use tooth and claw as they stood in their animal forms, while Steel switched his arm to a bladed-point. We were all set.
Up ahead, we could see Witch Wynonna had created an army of her own. Shapeshifter animals dressed in armor and other enhancement
The Wooden Soldiers of Oz Chapter 2 Despite his strength waning, Barnaby kept going. He wandered further into Boogeyland than he ever did before, through more yawning caves, past towering stalagmites and withering cyprus trees. The only noises came from his own footsteps and the occasional drip of water from the high ceiling.The Wooden Soldiers of Oz Chapter 2 by WottaGal0505
His mind was fixated on one thing – find a tunnel that led up and out instead of further and down. There had to be at least one that the Boogeymen didn’t know about or use to leave the cursed grotto they called their home.
His bag of gold was starting to weigh him down. He sat on a rock to catch his breath. Pulling a handkerchief from his pocket, he mopped his brow and cleaned the dust off his spectacles. This journey was taking longer than he had anticipated. Oh, how he wished he had his walking stick with him! He was so caught up in his own self-pitying that he failed to notice something creeping up behind him.
And so the adventure begins: The Flight to OzI can't believe I am doing this-a new Oz novel! My wife was always the big Oz fan but as of late I have been delving into the stories and the characters-especially Ozma, Dorothy, Betsy, and Trot, Tik Tok, The Wizard, and Glinda. All I can say for now is that the first story is planned to be 130 years, circa AD 2030, since Dorothy first entered Oz. Since in Oz age is what you decide, Dorothy and Trot are in their late teens with Trot being "18", Dorothy being 19 and Ozma being "23".(Betsy is "20")And, yes, Dorothy and Ozma have a love/relationship that is stronger than friendship yet is purer than can be imagined. Picture it as Romantic Friendship taken to an Nth degree.And so the adventure begins: The Flight to Oz by Centurion030
Wish me well as I start this journey of many miles one yellow brick at a time...
"Just because, in Oz, every day is an adventure."
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