In the exciting conclusion to The Unicorn Adventure, the royal family are faced with the challenge of finding their unicorns in a crowded field. With their diamonds as their guide, they meet this challenge and finish the race to select the seventh elder for the Unicorn Council.
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As Princess RiverStar raced around the corner, she saw her mother and father waiting at the foot of a rainbow like bridge.
The bridge led across a smooth flowing river to a lush green pasture filled with thousands of unicorns grazing.
As she climbed down off of her unicorn and was about to ask her parents where their unicorns were, her unicorn disappeared in a brilliant flash of light.
Her amazement was tempered by understand when she saw a flash of light in the vast pasture.
As she greeted her parents, they confirmed what she had guessed.
The next challenge would be to find their unicorns in the pasture.
They didn’t have to wait long before Princess BrightStar joined them.
After her unicorn disappeared into the pasture, the bridge started to glow.
They moved to walk across the bridge but found their way blocked.
As they were discussing how to proceed, their diamonds started to pulsate softly in a slow rhythm.
Holding their diamonds in their hands, they started walking across the bridge again.
This time they were allowed to proceed.
But, halfway across the bridge, it vanished leaving them falling towards the water.
They experienced a moment of panic before they realized that the water was another portal and they were now standing in what seemed like the center of the pasture.
In every direction that they looked, they could see thousands of unicorns.
How were they going to find their unicorn in all them?
My diamond is still pulsating softly said the Queen.
Maybe it will get brighter as we approach our unicorns?
She held out her hand and started walking in a wide circle.
As she was halfway around the circle, her diamond began to pulsate brighter and faster.
Laughing she ran in the direction of her unicorn, leaving the others to find their own way…