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The Friendly Creeper Part 38
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"So you're the reinforcements, eh?"
A ragged clothed guard glared at our ragtag group, consisting of Gillian, Lucas, Emily, Tabesto, Cobble, and me. The only reason Cobble was staying with me was because I felt she wasn't safe in the castle, only more so because of Pops. I didn't deny that he only wanted what was best for the town, but his judgment was swift and harsh. And Gillian
I tried to shake the feeling that I got when I looked at her. Something had changed between us, as if a wall had formed. It wasn't an icy wall, but rather, a hot, unpleasant wall that made either of us too embarrassed to venture closer to one another. I shook my head. Now wasn't the time.
"Yes, we are," I replied. "And you must be-"
"Holly, Captain of the Second Regiment," she blew bangs out of her eyes. "And look what's left of it."
Instead of a trained guard, another similar group of adventurers, townspeople, and mobs had replaced them. The few guards that were still part of the regiment wh
Tiamat the Spider (Life Story part 39)Gunvor sobbed quietly to himself for the following hour after he sealed the stone block into place, shutting me in, and during this time, he had heard quiet spider chittering earlier within the same hour, though the source was impossible to determine. There was no way he could have saved me in time before the lava got to me and burned me to death.
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He sighed. He looked the halo over that I had given to him before pushing his head down against it. The moment he did, the halo stuck, and floated on him.
"I don't know what to do, I can't really do thisss by myself..."
He waited for a short while, trying to think. How was he possibly going to prepare things by himself without help? His were-golem was too big to fit in this cave, and he didn't hear anyone else around.
"... I might as well go looking at least..."
Gunvor glanced to, and darted to the exit.
As he stepped into the sunlight, he glanced away from it. The light was blinding him slightly, as he had adjusted to the darkness