Once upon a time,there was a young girl named Isadora.Isadora lived happily with her family.
She especially loved her twin sister,Elvira.
Isadora and Elvira looked very similar.They both had long,blond hair,sparkling green eyes..you get the idea.They were “society’s standards” of beauty.
If one were to pull up Elvira’s shirt,however,they would see a large jaw-a second mouth-that had sharp teeth and a long tongue.
No one knew why Elvira had a second mouth.Some said it was a curse.Some said she was gifted.
Their parents believed in the latter and mostly kept Elvira away from society,even though the different part of her was always hidden away and couldn’t be seen.Her parents still didn’t want to risk it.
But Isadora loved her sister and she’d talk to her and play with her,because she was someone to talk to and play with.
Times change,however.A boy had gotten in the way of their sisterly bond.
A boy whom Isadora had fallen in love with.His name was Israfel.
Suddenly,Elvira was no longer important to Isadora.All she wanted was Israfel,nobody else.
She loved him so much,she became obsessed with him.
Elvira would watch her in the shadows as Isadora would spend time with her boyfriend.She’d even stop him from hanging out with his family and only wanted him to spend time with her.
It was at one critical evening that changed everything.
Israfel rejected going on a date with Isadora to spend time with his family.
She felt like he was forgetting their love,like he didn’t care about her.
This,of course,wasn’t the case,but she didn’t see it like that.
She found this old woman who had-reluctantly-given Isadora her witch powers ,which Isadora used to curse Israfel to be a siren for the rest of his life.
Now,Elvira tried to stop her,but her efforts were useless,because Isadora chained Elvira up in a dark cellar in some abandoned house.
All because she wanted attention from a boy.
Characters in Gacha Club:
Isadora (different bangs):
Susie (The old woman with the powers):
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