“So you brought him eh”, a man with a deep voice said.
“Yes, just as you requested”, another man replied.
“Ah... Excellent”, the other man said.
“Now, where are my promised goods?”
I opened my eyes and had sight of them for the first time. Although I couldn't see clearly, I could see that one was wearing a mask and the other was tall and wearing black robes. Then it hit me. By Orthrus, it's him! What's he doing here! He was defeated by that young ice wizard, Tavia, ages ago!
“Goods? What goods?”, the tall man said with a grin.
“T-T-The goods that you promised!”, the other man flinched.
“Humph. There was no goods promised fool”, he shouted with his eyes flaring.
The tall man pulled out a staff. The other man backed up and readied his staff also.
“What are you doing?!”, the masked man said.
“I have no use for you anymore Vladmir”, the tall man said. “I might as well trap you back in
that labyrinth prison that you were in.”
“This is madness Malistaire! We are brothers of darkness!”
“Too late Vladmir, I can't have anyone know that I've risen again.”
Malistaire summoned his soul servants. Their bodies we...
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... to give Tavia her very own Ianthine Spectre and Charcoal Colossus for your quest against Malistaire. They will grant you special powers. Don't forget to train them everyday.”
They gave Tavia two eggs. One of them gave me the chills and I figured that it was a death creature. Ugh... I always hated the undead.
“Here's your key to Celestia Tavia,” Zeke said “It's one of the three fabled Celestia keys.”
Tavia stared in amazement as Zeke handed her the key. I was shocked that Zeke had one of them. I thought I was the only one with one. I can thank Sylvia for that. No one else needs to know about it.
“This time Malistaire is going down,” Tavia formed her hand into a fist, “ For sure.”
Everyone cheered. As for the young wizard, I now know that a great destiny awaits her. Even if I did doubt Ambrose's judgement. Celestia's gonna be a bumpy ride! I HATE RIDES!
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