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Tarkina: Chapter 6Tarkina: Chapter 6
I woke to find that someone had put a plate of bread on the bedstand. It felt like night, even though there was no way to tell in here. I felt restless, the colours in my sight seemed dimmed, and I heard things I could not before. Was I drugged?
I have heard of "beast" races going feral in certain conditions. Maybe I was turning feral. It did not matter to me anymore, I had nothing left to lose.
I sighed and tore at the bread. The healer had left the room while I was asleep, and took his potions with him. My bandages had been replaced with fresh ones, and the medicine bowl had gone.
I sat up, and this time it did not hurt. I gingerly stepped out of bed, my arms on the bed to support myself. I got the courage to stand on my own.
I stumbled to the door and turned the handle. At least it wasn't locked. Outside, in the corridor, there were many doors which I guessed lead to rooms identical to mine. There was noone here. At the end of hall, to my right,
Tarkina: Chapter 5 Tarkina Chapter 5
"" Leanna said, pulling my arm. "!" She wanted me to see this lake she had found in the forest near the park.
"" I surrendered, letting Leanna drag me off. I liked the forest.
It was quiet and peaceful, a great place to think. It surprised me that Leanna
knew more about the forest than I did though. We elegently ran at a gentle pace
through the forest, dodging trees, bushes and rocks that would of hindered anyone less skilled than us. She leapt off a rock and landed by the banks of the river.
She beamed as I followed her. She was right, it was beautiful. There were
dragon-flies darting around the reeds, and the evening sun shone on the water,
turning the river into molten gold. It was so serene and dream-like.
I awoke to thunderous pounding of feet. It was my turn to dig again. I could not find Mist anywhere, she must of started digging already. I stood up, there were no sheets on the "bed".
Could I remember the way back to the shaft
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