Drawing Prompt: Secret Garden

5:12 AM, Saturday December 31st 2022

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This is exactly why you need to be very careful around books in a medieval fantasy setting. This book in particular has a plethora of worlds embedded within its pages. Any unfortunate souls who open this book are trapped within it until they can solve the various puzzles hidden within. These specific pages seem to contain a garden with a talking alligator in the pond? All things considered, this is probably one of the better pages to be trapped in. Maybe he could help you find a way out...

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