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Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter IXChapter IX: RevelationPrincipal Lonnighan stood in the middle of the chamber, hands behind his back. He was flanked by five members of the Cult of Bill – Dipper recognised them as the two men from his vision and the three who had ambushed him when he got off the bus. Harry stood in front of his father, his arms crossed. Apart from the Lonnighans, all were armed. In the middle of the room, there was an old, leather book on a stone tablet – the words ‘CHILD OF DESTINY’ were engraved below. The word ‘CHILD’ seemed off-centre.“Lonnighan,” growled Dipper.“I believe I asked you to call me sir, Mr. Pines,” said Lonnighan.“There’s a lot of things I wanna call you right now,” growled Dipper, “Where’s Grunkle Stan?”“Why don’t you ask him yourself, boy?” replied Lonnighan.He motioned to the cultists, who stepped aside. Grunkle Stan was slouched in the back l
Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter VIIIChapter VIII: Escape“...and that’s how I got here,” finished Dipper.He and Wendy were walking down the corridor, trying to follow Dipper’s cable back to the gift shop. The hallway seemed to stretch on forever – no matter how far they went, the open fire door at the end of the hallway never seemed to get closer. On the plus side, it gave them time to talk.“So you ran away from home and jumped into a portal to another dimension just to save me?” replied Wendy, “Okay, now that is gonna be a hard one to repay.”“You saved me from being lobotomised by wolf Lonnighan,” shrugged Dipper, “I’d say we’re pretty even.”“Come on, man, don’t sell yourself short,” said Wendy, “I’m a teenager and I’ve been around axes all my life. You’re thirteen and you’ve never been this far from home alone. Put it into perspective!”Dipper smiled and tried
Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter VIIChapter VII: BeyondDipper stared at the door to the Mystery Shack gift shop, rubbing his temples and trying to stay calm.He had run around the Mystery Shack, trying every door and finding them all blocked. Soos had tried to break the window, but this had proven just as unsuccessful. They were stuck outside, and every moment they wasted was crucial. Dipper’s thoughts ran away with nasty predictions of what might happen to Wendy and Stan, and his anxiety levels were rising rapidly.“Well, I’m stumped,” shrugged Soos, unhelpfully.“None of this makes sense!” snapped Dipper, pulling at his hair, “Who activated the security system? Why does the Mystery Shack even have a force field? Why would Stan even want to build a portal? And why won’t those cops get off their butts and help us?!”He shook his fist in the direction of Blubs and Durland. Apparently mistaking the gesture for something else, Durland waved b
Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter VIChapter VI: ReturnIt felt like the longest bus trip in Dipper’s life.He had slept fitfully through the night, his dreams disturbed by visions of Bill Cipher and the portal. He’d woken up several times, catching his breath from his latest nightmare and allowing himself to be lulled back to sleep by the rain pattering against the windows.At about four in the morning, he gave up trying to sleep. He sat up, gazing out the window at the world outside.The rain had just about been left behind. Silvery moonlight flowed through the window, outlining parting clouds above. The dark shapes of distant mountains could be made out against a slowly lightening sky. The stars shone above, a mess of white dots painted on the canvas of the night sky.You’d never see anything like that in Piedmont.Dipper stared out the window for some time, thinking to himself as he watched the sun rise. He wondered if his mother knew he was gone yet.It was about an hour later when Dipper was
Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter VChapter V: GoodbyeThere was the crack of a pair of bolt-cutters, and the locker door opened. Dipper opened his eyes. He found himself looking out at the janitor, Eddie Hohenbecker, a very red-faced Principal Lonnighan and his father – the latter’s expression was unreadable. The sun seemed to have gone down – the corridor was dark.“That him?” asked the janitor.“Yeah, that’s him,” nodded Eddie.“Out of there, boy,” snapped Lonnighan.Dipper crawled out of the locker. The janitor reached out to help him down, but Lonnighan gave him a harsh glare and he stepped back. He climbed down from the locker and stood up, looking up at the Principal. He tried to stop himself from shaking.“You’re suspended,” said Lonnighan.Dipper’s jaw dropped.“Wh-what?!” he demanded, “Buh-but what did I do?!”“What didn’t you do, Mr. Pines?” snarled Lonnighan, “You h
Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter IVChapter IV: PortalThe day began as well as any Monday could.Dipper was awakened by his mother at seven thirty. He showered, ate a hasty breakfast and began to walk to school. It was a brisk day, and he immediately regretted not bringing a jacket. The sky was an ominous grey, and dead leaves were blown around his feet by the cold wind.Dipper met Harry on the way to class. The bully had given him his now customary shove into the lockers but had otherwise paid him little notice. That seemed to be the theme of the day – there were still whispers, but the other kids seemed content to leave him alone for the time being.All this changed that afternoon.“Mr. Johnson is ill, I will be substituting for him.”The science class, Dipper included, groaned as Mr. Vought walked into the room, stopping in front of the white board and crossing his arms.“Yes, I hate this just as much as you do,” muttered Vought, “Alright, open your books to page seven hundr
Gravity Falls: Forever Autumn - Chapter IIIChapter III: LetterThursday was no better than Wednesday had been.Word of Dipper’s meltdown had spread, and the rest of the student body were giving him a wide berth. This suited Dipper just fine, but he could still hear them whispering about him behind his back. ‘The kid’s a maniac,’ they would say, ‘They found him screaming at his lunch yesterday. Freak.’Whoever came up with the term ‘words can never hurt me’ was either an idiot or a liar, Dipper thought.The visions were harder to deal with. Dipper didn’t have anything on the level of the vivid waking dream he’d had at lunch yesterday, but he was assaulted by voices and images throughout the day. He tried not to react to them, but it was very hard to concentrate on his work when he could hear a young McGucket screaming in his ear about portals and power levels.As if to ice the cake of a terrible day, Harry had ambushed Dipper on his way out of school
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