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Anything terrible lurks in Cabal City.
In the pit-fighting arenas, a Cabal dementia caster enters a trance. Deep within the recesses of his brain skulk horrors and unbelievable nightmares, and now not do these monstrosities wait till darkish to come back out.
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Before she could regain her momentum, the unleashed shark surged up and clamped down on one of her tentacles with its powerful, jagged teeth. Llawan did not cry out. She curled her forelimb around the tridents in the coral, and as the huge creature heaved its head back Llawan and her weapons were dragged off the wall and into the center of the corridor. After a whistled command from one of the cephalids, the shark turned Llawan loose and began to swim around her in a tight circle. "Your empress is under attack," she clicked as loudly as she could.
Chainer touched his dagger and the satchel at his hip, mentally preparing himself for the next challenge he would face. Getting to the manor was only the first step. He would have to get inside and then convince layer upon layer of armed guards and petty bureaucrats that what he carried was for the First alone. Azza seemed to pick up on his concern, and she slowed to a trot. Chainer anxiously prodded her with his heels, but she stopped him with a menacing growl. "Sorry," he said. "I'm a little nervous.
Veza watched the arc advance, growing smaller and fainter until it disappeared entirely. The cephalid turned back to her. " He handed her a small hand mirror made of tinted blue glass. "Keep this by your side until you hear our lady's voice. " He looked Veza over once more, lingering again on her legs. " In a flurry of bubbles and powerful strokes he was gone. Before she could stop herself, Veza cursed him out loud like the air breathers she spent so much time with. Underwater, the effect was minimal and she was instantly ashamed of herself for trying.
Chainer's Torment (Magic: The Gathering: Odyssey Cycle, Book 2) by Scott McGough