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Story 10- Part 2- Guenevere and LunadinSo I have a lovesick elf, another elf who wants to rip my guts out (literally) and I'm stuck trying to help the both of them. I want to help Guenevere come out and confess her love to Lunadin but also help Lunadin get out her rage and anger that's built up over the last five years because of me. And I didn't blame her.
Guenevere claims she'll hold Lunadin back and prevent her from killing me but something tells me I will most likely be dead by the end of the day. So if anything I needed to make sure this couple that's meant to be will happen. That last good deed I do before I die. Even if it meant helping my killer find her happiness. I always wanted to make people happy... Just never thought it would be this ironic.
So I fell asleep in the chair. I hadn't had a good sleep like that in a long time. And I dreamed of Amlugion. I was in the woods where he dropped me off the day before and I looked up as he flew down gracefully from the sky. He stared at me with his big yellow eyes. In my
Story 10- Part 1- Guenevere and LunadinAmlugion was my dragon. MY dragon and words couldn’t even express the pride and joy I had right now. And the extreme thanks of Godknocker. “Can you read other people’s minds?” I asked, “And could they read yours if you allowed them?"
“I may only read other people’s minds if you allow me,” Amlugion responded back, “And the same goes for the second question.”
This was fantastic! But now we had a problem. I’m right outside of town with a dragon (although small for its species, still too big for the town) and I don’t think will take the idea of a dragon going through their town would end very nicely. Godknocker said he can shape shift into two other forms. “What other forms can you shift into?” I thought to him.
“A war horse and a giant eagle.”
“How giant of an eagle?”
“Big enough for you to ride on.”
Alright so the war horse it was. Alt
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