Weird Sorcery_Part5 (Lirian's POV)
I just can't believe that we've finally reached a safe place! Helcorn is behind now and HOPEFULLY we will not go through it again. I think it was worse than hell. Whole three weeks without a normal sleep and with almost constant use of mana...I am so exhausted...So then why the heck am I not sleeping yet and keep playing with the blood samples? Well, probably because puzzles are so addicting to me. But I am sure that it's also because I am still all stressed out after that nightmare I had to live through. By the way, I was the one who created that nightmare. But it was because of Ddraig! Yet, in truth, I keep blaming only myself.
That horrible morning 3 weeks ago I was really angry because I used half of my mana to heal the hole in my head that my lovely companion drilled in it. But even after that I still could feel pain and vertigo. It followed me for couple more hours...I am still really mad at him for that. Eating breakfast, walking, and, especially, trying to get o
- Pour me more wine! - yelled Lirian raising his wooden cup.
Mage was already completely drunk even though he had only 4 full cups of wine. Still, his dark companion did not say a thing to that. It looked like he wanted to see what will happen next. Live movie! Dark elf already found out that when drunk, mage is even more liberated and happy than normally. But somehow it was not annoying at all. It was actually fun. Warlock was trying to hold himself from smiling, but in the end he stopped and let himself to smile as a child from all of that silliness that Lirian was saying and doing.
A crow, black as a moonless night, flew into tavern through the window and landed on warlock's shoulder. It had a letter attached to a foot. This distracted dark elf from observing his silly companion. Warlock brought his hand next to bird so it jumped on a glove and then he'd withdrawn the letter. Once he opened the message eyes started to run as crazy through words on paper. Lirian not
Step. Another step. One more...Fall.
-I cannot walk anymore! - yelled Lirian to his companion, who was already about 40 meters ahead.
Mage's legs were extremely sore from almost constant walking that he did in the past 2 days. He could feel how they were buzzing. Lirian never walked that much before and now every new step was killing him. Even his healing abilities could not help with this.
Blond attempted to get up so he can catch up with his companion, but legs were not listening to him, so he just continued to sit on his place and yell.
- Ddraig, please! I need a break!
Couple moments later warlock was already standing in front of blond young man after floating on a purple cloud with a high speed towards him.
- We just had a break like 20 minutes ago, - said warlock calmly.
- That was THREE HOURS ago! Ddraig, I am begging you...I can't even get up...Please, Ddraig, let's have a break. Please-please-please-plEAsE-PLEASE!!!!!
As always Lirian wa