Just then, the man's thoughts were interrupted by a noise from overhead. It was a sound that Gib knew well.
Formendacil wrote:Then he got back to the inn, and things got a lot worse. Elwen had been taken.
Formendacil wrote:-Do you know where I am?-
-In a tavern, you idiot. Where else would you be?- snapped the Sorceror-king's mind.
-But in which city?-
The Sorceror-king did not reply immediately. He was trying to pick Broadside's thoughts, but he was too far away.
Formendacil wrote:Still, thought Sir Dractor, when all was finished, it had been fun putting it up and the result was truly impressive. It was good to have a holiday to celebrate.
The Green Knight wrote:Elbadar sheathed his sword and glared at Bernard. "Oh no. You're not thinking of taking him with us. We have to get out of here! We have to find Elwen, remember!
"I know, I know! I don't want take him with us. I want to get out of here. I want to find Elwen before something happens to her. But..."
"But we have to help him. And I won't hear any complaints either. Now we'll need a splint...."
Formendacil wrote:The Talonjain knight looked up from his position on the deck, only to see a score of slavers pointing their weapons at him. Jayko felt extremely foolish.
Formendacil wrote:Jayko looked around, his eyes growing accustomed to the dim light. There were five other cages in the room, four of which appeared to be empty. A familiar voice came from the fifth.
"Jayko? Is that you?" The broken voice belonged to Elwen.
Formendacil wrote:"I wish I could," said Elwen, "but I can't. And I'm not feeling all that charitable towards you right now anyway. It's YOUR fault we're in this mess in the first place."
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