Dev stretched out on her bed, grabbing the pieces of paper and pushing them to the side as she began to frantically copy a piece of script from a book. She ran a hand through her brown hair and sat up quickly, holding the paper up. The light of her bedroom glimmered through it and the scratchy handwriting seemed to glow. She snatched up her bag and ran out the door. She clutched the paper in her hand, crumpling it slightly. She ran as fast as she could. Her heart pounded in her chest and she knew in a few moments, her heart would be beating for a different reason. The small lighthouse sat on the empty beach, shining it's light across the dark waters. The moon hid behind some clouds and overall made the scenery quite eerie. Dev didn't care and she ran even faster. Her mother took care of the lighthouse so she always had access to it. The top of the lighthouse was the highest place in their town and she figured it would be a perfect spot to do her summoning. Dev was a shy girl, didn't have many friends. She wanted to summon a demon, or anything really that would be willing to trade her something for eternal friendship. She climbed up the ladder of the lighthouse and shut the hatch on the floor behind her. Windows encased her, letting her see all around. She placed her bag down and began digging through it. She put out three candles, one North, one East and one West. She lit them in order, drawing chalk on the ground in a specific design the book had described. She pulled out her paper and read the lines quietly. The wind whipped inside the room, the candles flickering as she spoke. She closed her eyes, her mind racing with ideas as to what was to come. She was terrified, yet so excited to see what would happen. She finished speaking and held her breath, waiting for a demon, or some supernatural being to respond to her call.