Darkness. That’s all I saw when I was falling. My own screams were all I could hear. After what seemed like hours, I started to glow a bright green. It only lasted a few minutes. After it faded, I was able to stop screaming long enough to look down to see a light rapidly approaching. When it got closer, I saw that I was going to fall into a river! The water was travelling fast, too. I barely had enough time to hold my breath before I crashed into the water. The ride was rough. I was slammed into rocks and thrown around.
I was able to come up for air for a split second before more water crashed onto me. I eventually felt a vine brush up against my hand and I grabbed it. As soon as I did, I was pushed over a waterfall. The vine saved me. As I hung beside the fall, I look down to see a huge canyon. I was overcome with vertigo, but somehow I still held on. I realized it was life or death at the moment and I used all of my remaining strength to pull myself up. Once I did, I saw I was in a forest of some sort. So I ran forward in hopes of finding help.
I was overflowing with adrenaline and I kept running through the pain in my arms and legs. After a couple minutes of sprinting at full speed, I tripped over a root and started to tumble down a steep hill. When I hit the bottom, things started to fade to black as I heard footsteps.