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Eda sat on the bed rolling a small red werelight between her fingers. Suddenly she felt a conscience meld with hers. It was Dieso and he was happy to have found her at last. Eda! I am so glad to talk to you. It is so lonely here without you. I am going to find you and we can leave this dark place. He was so happy that she could feel it in her mind. You can talk now? She asked. But how? You are just a hatchling. Galbatorix didn't do anything to you did he?
No. Male dragons just grow faster. But he might have enchanted the food he gave me.
Well I did tell him not to do anything to you and he didn't, just your food. She could feel him become happier. So what did you have in mind of how to break out? She asked.
Well I'll ask to see you and, if he lets me to your room, I'll fly out the window with you on my back. And if he doesn't, I'll go to you anyway.
I love you Dieso. Please be careful.
I will, he said and the connection was severed. The next th
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The next morning around dawn, Eda made sure to douse the fire and pack up all remnants of them being there. She did not want the empire to pick up their trail. While Dieso flew over head, Eda went by foot with the deer and extra food. The more they traveled, the more blood was found. They also found scorched piles here and there that turned out to be burned soldiers.
They neared the camp and stayed on the outskirts. Letting the deer go, Eda contacted Dieso about her plan. You stay here and I'll go and settle in. Then you can come in. Until then, try to stay out of trouble and out of sight. Remember, we don't want them to think you're from Galbatorix to destroy them.
You are right. I will stay hidden until you say otherwise.
If you decide to fly, try to stay in the clouds to hide your shadow. I don't mean to sound rejecting but
I know. You don't have to explain. It is for the best. You don't have to worry about me, I'll be fine. He nuzzled her to reassure her. Trust me,