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Sullokviing landed on The Throat of the World. He had responded to Paarthurnax's call, and now looked around for his so called protector. Like he needed one. He was clearly able to defend himself, so why the old Dovah thought that he needed protection was beyond him. Maybe Sheogorath was getting to Paarthurnax.
"Sullokviing. Welcome. This is the Dovahkiin, Arina. She will guard you from the Blades." Paarthurnax rumbled. "Arina, Sullokviing. Be good to one another."
If a dragon could look surprised, Sullokviing was it. "This…Joor is what felled my father? A simple mortal brought down Al Du In? Impossible! Paarthurnax, enough with your games! Tell me who the true slayer is!"
"I see your meditation has done nothing to lower your arrogance. This Joor indeed killed Alduin."
"I refuse to believe this!" Sullokviing turned to the puny Joor. "If you truly did kill him, then it should be easy to take me down! Prove it!"
Paarthurnax opened his mouth as if to scold S
PaarthurnaxBy the ancient word wall, at the Throat of the World she sat. And with tears in the corners of her eyes, she whispered silently... "Paarthurnax... I'm back... I brought you a present..." The argonian warrior pulled a small blue object out of her bag. "Look! It's a sapphire... it reminds me of you..." She placed the bright blue gem in the snow. "It's so pure... yet so rough... like you." She grinned, "I never thought those two words would make sense together..." She smiled at the sky, but frowned as she felt the cold wind on her scales.More Like This
"I know you're here, Paarthurnax..." She whispered. "I can feel your presence... I...I feel the warmth of you heart... and the strength of your soul... I beg you... please... answer me..."
She knew what she did, but she denied the thought of his death.
The Blades weren't much of a help, for they were the sinners that wished death upon him.
It was her duty to slay dragons, but she felt empty insid