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The PearlAs Long'Li spoke, Ddraig found her eyes drifting to a strange shape on the wall behind him. Embedded into the wall was what appeared to be a tiny shrine, with a large pearl secured inside it.The Pearl by AMCAlmaron
Despite her attempts to avoid staring, Long'Li noticed, and turned around to see what she was looking at.
"Ah, I see you have found my..." he paused. "One of my treasures."
"It's very beautiful." Ddraig said.
Long'Li sighed. "You wouldn't know what this was, would you?" he said. Ddraig shook her head, and Long'Li promptly walked over to the wall shrine and opened it, taking the pearl out and holding it carefully in one pearl. He stared at it for a moment, before looking up at her again. "Your kind uses magic differently to mine; while you are gifted with the ability to summon your magic from within, We must draw our magic from an outside source."
Ddraig moved closer; staring at the strange pearl. "How does it work?"
"It is complicated. There is a ritual involved, where a precious item will be ench
SpiritsLegion sighed. He had been dead for...more than seven years, he realised with shock, but he was still no closer to comprehending the many mysteries that Ignitus regularly discussed with him. When he had..."reawakened" after his death, Legion had assumed that he was an angel of sorts, although he had slowly come to realise that the truth was far more complicated than that. After he had revealed his existence to his beloved Natalie and Cynder in a time of great danger - an incredible abuse of his powers, as he'd subsequently discovered - Ignitus had begun slowly educating him on the mysteries of the spirit world, having acknowledged that Legion most likely wouldn't have made such a mistake if he had been better informed about the nature of his...position. Indeed, Ignitus had taken full responsibility for Legion's mistake and not punished him or stripped him of his powers, noting that it was his own fault for not ensuring that Legion had been appropriately educated before being set loose.Spirits by AMCAlmaron
Closure Followup - DraftMany decades ago, when Avalaria's gardens were still being planted, Ddraig had returned to her childhood home in Wales, in the hopes of finding something of her mother's that she could bring back; a clipping of her favourite plants, for instance. Upon arrival, however, she had found something very different...the very tree Schakri had buried her mother under after killing her in a rage. The site was clearly marked with a crude stone cross, but Ddraig couldn't tell whether Schakri had done this out of some perceived duty to the dragoness who had been his mate, or whether he'd done it so he could find her grave. She couldn't have cared less, in any case. At first she'd wanted to simply exhume her mother's remains and bring them home with her, but she'd instead elected to bring the entire tree with her; knowing that her mother, as a Nature Dragoness, would have preferred an outdoor burial.Closure Followup - Draft by AMCAlmaron
Ddraig sighed, and looked up at the branches, which were beginning to bloom. Even if her mother coul
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