Escape to Madness: Chapter IVEscape to Madness: Chapter IV6 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
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As she had promised, Bellatrix showed up in the throne room the next morning- and the mornings following that. For the next two weeks she lingered about the throne hall, sometimes talking with Ellette or Valania if she happened to show up, or even to Sheogorath- who, she hated to admit, she was growing fond of. He was unpredictable and clever; Bellatrix soon found his sly wit almost an even match for hers. At first she had found him rather arrogant, but his brilliance soon outshone it as she allowed herself to get to know the madgod. A sort of friendship was forming between the former assassin and the Prince of Madness- one that was not entirely unwelcome.
Some days she would simply sit near the throne- occasionally in it- when Sheogorath negotiated with his Lords, Ladies, ambassadors and his duke and duchess. Court life soon grew close to engrossing.
One morning, however, Sheogorath got to his feet almost immediately when Bellatrix came int
Escape to Madness: Chapter VIEscape to Madness: Chapter VI6 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
If someone had asked Bellatrix how she felt whilst the Dark Seducers pushed and shoved her along to New Sheoth, she would not have been able to give a very comprehensible answer. Her emotions were so mixed, boiling in the pit of her gut and seething through her blood that if her answer had been intelligible, it would have included several choice terms and special oaths that broiled along in her mind with the frustration that simmered low there as well.
She was, to say the least, quite unhappy with her current predicament, though her frustration came mainly from the utter stupidity of the guards that were marching her through Crucible, shackled and bound in chains. They were taking her right to Sheogorath- which was truly not bright on their part. If they had any sense theyd be taking her to the dungeons right away, though╔ Even that would be utterly dimwitted, for Herdir with any luck was there now. He would vouch for her- or so she hoped.
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