“Me either, Sister… Hopefully I can read this right..!” The Mage read off what he could from the tome, shooting out a quick ball of light energy to the poltergeist.
((It was getting kind of long again so I shortened it sorry))
Sain screamed and the ghost became clearly visible. “KYAAA!” It screams and spins several times before evaporating like the earlier creatures. Sain staggers. “What… is… OH! That ghost! Erk, Natasha, there is a ghost here! It said we were to meet our end on Dread Isle, yet it wanted the satisfaction of destroying the heroes itself. I believe we may be walking into a trap.”
“Are you alright, Sain? That ghost possessed you for a moment! And what, on Dread Isle? What can be happening there that’s causing all this..” He try’s to think, but he remembers someone first. “Joshua! We need to check on him! Was anything happening up there, Sister?!”
Joshua: *is on dingy* HEY! Can someone toss me a rope? I killed all the skeletons…
“Really? I was possessed? I hope I didn’t try to hurt you. Alas, we still have a quest to accomplish and even if the Dragon’s Gate is a trap, what choice do we have but to press onward?” He turns to Dart. “Dart, we press onward to Dread Isle!”
Erk throws and holds a rope down for Joshua before doing so. As the group finally gets back together, he feels at ease once more, but only for a moment. Why was there a ghost on the ship? Why was skeletons trying to get to us? As he pondered to himself, I looks up the sky. The Moon gets closer and closer every night… What could be causing this? All these mysteries… Will it really be answered in the Dragon’s Gate?
Joshua: I doubt either of you two would know, but those skeletons I just fought looked a lot like the Bonewalkers and Wights we fought in the war a while ago. Remember, Natasha?
Natasha: Ah, yes… I remember the skeletons… They were quite frightening…
Joshua: In fact, I’d say they were EXACTLY like them. But why would they be out here in the middle of nowhere?
Natasha: I thought we purged Magvel of those creatures with our ‘creature campaign’ a while back…
Sain thought for a moment, “If you did manage to destroy them all, then perhaps you did not destroy their source? But as you ask, why would they be appearing now, if that were the case? Unless of course… this… “Ganondorf?” was it? character is also able to command these… Erk watch out!” He leaped in front of Erk as a large ball of fire raced toward him. He unsheathed the Master Sword and the blade began to glow in his hands, but this time it did not burn. Something in him told Sain to strike towards fireball, and with the swing of the sword a beam of energy shot from the tip of the blade splitting the fireblast in two.
“How… How did that happen?” He asked, stunned. He quickly recalled that he was on a battlefield and found the source of the attack. A short man floating a few feet off of the ground garbed in red with a ridiculously wide brimmed pointed hat much like those in old witch tales. Looking closer, Sain immediately realized that what he was looking at was not human. Underneath the hat was a pair of glowing eyes without any face to speak of.
Sain raised the master sword above his head once again and swung a second energy beam towards the creature, but before it could strike, the creature warped the space around it and dissapeared.
“WHAT?!??” He cried. “Where on earth did it go?”
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