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When we finally reached the border of Du Weldenvarden, Lucas looked to me and sighed. "Mariya I must be honest with you. Your father ordered me to kill Briam." He said. The elves tensed. "I hadn't the heart, however. Not after seeing the obvious bond between the both of you." He said. "I suspect your father only ordered it out of anger. I have known him for a very long time. Ever since he became King, he's been different."
"I have noticed as well." I murmured.
"I will tell Nasuada about your father, Mariya." He said.
"We will tell Queen Arya." Rysha said.
We went inside the forest then, and once I could no longer clearly see the desert, we stopped and Illia brought out a mirror from her saddle bag. She murmured something and a light shown on the surface. "Atra esterní ono thelduin, Arya Drottning." She said.
"Mor'ranr lífa unin hjarta onr, Illia." Arya's voice answered.
"Un du evarínya ono varda." Illia said. "My queen, one of the eggs has hatched."
"To whom?" Arya's voi
Legacy 3More Like This
I put my cloak around my shoulders before I climbed on Rose from the wooden box I stood on. Briam's claws gripped my shoulder.
"Will you allow a guard to accompany you? At least until you reach Du Weldenvarden?" My father asked.
The elves looked at each other. "We will, but once we near Du Weldenvarden he must turn back." Veraias said.
Father nodded and left the stables. Not long later a guard came out from the castle and quickly saddled and mounted his horse. He nodded to the elves once he was ready.
"Keep her safe." My mother said, looking at both the guard and the elves.
"We will guard her with our lives, your highness." Rysha said.
"Thank you." Mother said. She gripped my hand before stepping back.
We rode off then, Briam holding onto my shoulder with all his strength. You can ride in the saddlebag if you want; I left one empty for you. I thought to him, hoping he could at least understand.
We rode until nightfall, and the elves made camp. I sat near the fire. "