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One Prophecy, One's Destiny 3"I don't believe this!" He shouted, storming away from the messenger, and down the hallway, towards the library. Pausing, only briefly, he turned to face the messenger once more. "Did she…really? She killed my brother?"The messenger nodded, slowly. "She killed the lesser demon whom had his life slowly stolen away by the drug addiction. Yes… She killed your brother."He looked away, his brow knitted, and briefly baring his fangs. "Do we know any motivation?" he asked, in a low hiss. When the messenger had shaken her head, he folded his wings, as if regaining composure. "Yes… I see. There has been much sour negotiations between the dragons and my race. But she is… She is a cross breed between our races. What reason could there be?"The messenger did not answer, and he lowered his head, briefly, in thought."But there is something I can do." He whispered. "I could look into the ancient scrolls… Could it be…" He then turned, sharply, and continued down the hall, and turning to his left, p
One Prophecy, One's Destiny 2Rough hand felt along the wall, as if looking for a torch to light. The talons scraped the stone, giving off a few sparks, and a moment of light. The small light served no purpose to the eyes as they scanned through the darkness, searching. Coming to a stop, the hand lifted slowly from the stone wall, and came close to the chest. Hand clenching to fist, it tightened, and pulled closer, until it released forward, and opened out to palm, a small flame exploding into life merely inches over the armored scales.He sighed. Why were there no torches here, he wondered. Eyes seeing more clearly down the hall, he continued forward. Keeping head lowered, ears perked, he could not hear much but his own feet scraping against the floor. His brow knitted, and as he walked the length of the corridor, he felt the weight of gaze. Looking up, he saw her."So, here you are." He said, "I had felt the death of a Superior… So you've moved a step forward, then?""Indeed, I did." She nodded, and looked into h