Alosian Oasis Part 3 (Bb)

Welcome back for the third installment of the adventure to the Alosian Oasis.

If you’re just stopping by, click on the left under recent posts on Alosian Oasis, then option B, and then return here and vote for which choice you’d like to try=)

So welcome and enjoy.

Alosian Oasis Option Bb: Maze

You’ve never been taught how to find water in the desert but you’re pretty decent finding your way so you say, “maze.”

Berta gives you a smile that makes you think of a snake.

“Follow me,” she says.

You shudder but follow her through the oasis and out the other side of trees.

You miss a step.

Before you stands a wall as far to the left and right as you can see. How you didn’t see it the night before, you’ve no idea.

Berta takes you to the only opening in the stone structure. She hands you a water skin and a small pack of food.

“There is a door in the ground at the center of the maze. Find the door and go through it. It will bring you back to the oasis. If you make it by nightfall, we’ll make an offer. Beware the easy way, Barterer.”

You agree and enter. As soon as you step through, the entrance disappears in a cloud of sand.

It hits your throat and you’re thrown into a fit of coughing.

When you recover, you see a single avenue in front of you, so you walk forward until the maze y’s.

The left branch seems to have some sort of greenery farther down. At this distance you can’t be quite sure but the green seems to move.

The right branch has bright red script that glows on the stone walls.

You’re unfamiliar with the script but you also have no idea how the Alosians managed to grow something so green in the maze.

Do you…

Bb1: Go left toward the green?


Bb2: Go right with the red script.

Blessings and have a wonderful weekend,


(Please post a comment with your choice. One vote per person per day please but comment as much as you like=) Voting will end at 8pm Mountain Time Sunday. Monday I’ll post whichever option gets the most votes and we’ll see where the story goes!)


16 thoughts on “Alosian Oasis Part 3 (Bb)

  1. Nate Zeiger says:

    Difficult decision, wish I could check them both out just to get a little more info, but I will go with the red script.

  2. mom & dad says:

    Two votes here from mom and dad, we are both going red : )

  3. Chelsea says:

    Ooooo, tough choice! I love anything that grows, so I would probably want to check it out (even though moving green things seems a bit creepy…)

  4. JARVIS CLAN says:

    The Jarvis clan votes 4 for greenery (that moves) and 4 for the red glowing unknown script. We have been enjoying your stories Jen and of course the photos. Hope everyones doing good in the high country.

  5. I would have to go for the side with the green on it, however, the Berta did say “Beware of the easy way”. Therefore against my better judgment I would head down the red path. Bb2

  6. Rohman kids says:

    We want to go towards the red writing.

  7. jwarnimo says:

    Hey Jennifer,

    I’m going to go with the green stuff. It seems less creepy then the red script. I’m hoping the green stuff is grass or some plants moving in the wind. I hope all is well Jennifer, have a nice weekend!


  8. molliebond says:

    I love these, and look forward to a new installment each time, it’s like a little treat during my lunch hour!

    I say red script. Red is the color of warning, but it’s also the color of love. I’m hoping it’s the latter!

  9. Jessica Ischy says:

    I would go with the script. The moving green stuff seems kind of sketchy.

  10. leslierohman says:

    This is a hard choice! Think I’ll say red, just cause I don’t think the green is actually grass…

  11. Jackie Stein says:

    Ummmm! I would go with the red script.

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