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They chittered happily. It wasn't quite the Question they needed asked but it was close enough. Got them one step closer to freedom. Now they just needed to get everyone in place so that when the Question was asked for real, they could hear the Answer and act. Soon. So very soon. And then they'd be really free and …

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"He cannot go there, Sheieh. Do you fucking hear me?" Relyt ducked back around the corner and flattened himself against the wall, listening intently because that was Lílrt's voice. "Aye, my Lord, but we aren't due there for another three days?" His Guardian sounded upset but not in the normal way. "We were only just now beginning …

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Despite the warnings from both Xitlali and Hujiel, let alone the guards who were stood at intervals along the hallway, outside the door, and at either end of the hallway, he pushed into Rhyshladlyn's room. Watched half distractedly as the door slowly slumped towards the ground before landing with a dull thud, utterly ripped off its hinges. Then …

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There had always been myths, whispered Stories about them, but never had she believed they were real. After all, the last sighting of one in its truest form had been eons before her great-grandfather's birth. But yet for all that she had thought the Stories to be exaggerations, for all that she had thought them to be …

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His older brother blew through the door before Sheieh had even gotten passed saying Relyt's title, one hand flippantly waving a dismissal at the Guardian who turned narrowed eyes at him. Knowing it wasn't worth the time to argue with the other male, Relyt shook his head at the Guardian's unspoken question. Sheieh narrowed his …

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