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March 31st, 2010, 04:21 PM #1
A Fantasy Story - by the Members of the SFFWorld Community
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Flames burst forth from the ground as the demon Haganoth roared in pain and anger. Jaren rolled to the side, just in time to avoid being incinerated by one of the explosive infernos. He grabbed his sword from where it lay on the ground, sweat dripping down his forehead.
"Haganoth!" Jaren said. "You've now seen that you are not as invincible as you once believed."
April 4th, 2010, 07:04 PM #2
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A deep rumble answered the boy. Haganoth stood up on unsteady legs, and Jaren stepped back as the demon reached his full height. It dawned on Jaren that the rumble was the demon laughing. At him.
"Stupid human, when will you learn that I am not so easily defeated?"
April 5th, 2010, 10:28 AM #3
Haganoth stretched forth his hand towards Jaren. Flames burst out of his hand, shooting towards the boy.
Jaren held his sword upright out in front of him. As the flames collided with the it, the sword absorbed them, leaving Jaren untouched behind its protection.
"Now I've got you," Jaren whispered to himself, smiling, and he pointed his sword tip at the demon.
April 5th, 2010, 11:28 AM #4
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The demon seemed to at once shimmer while it's horrible visage flickered like an oil lamp, sputtering for a quick moment, then extinguished. What was left behind in a heap, curled up on the scorched earth, was instantly recognizable to Jaren. It was Aylliah. Jaren's sword clattered to the ground as he rushed to her side. He had not seen his sister for two long years.
Last edited by Sparrow; April 5th, 2010 at 11:32 AM.
April 5th, 2010, 12:04 PM #5
Jaren knelt next to her, taking her in his arms.
And then it was as if he held all the fires of Vokken's Fury, the leering face of Haganoth shattering the illusion of his sister. The demon laughed, his breath fetid in Jaren's face.
Fool indeed, Jaren thought through the searing pain.
April 7th, 2010, 11:49 AM #6
Then all was blackness.
. . .
Jaren awoke, his entire body throbbing. He could feel heat radiating off of his skin in many places, a sign that the burns he'd suffered had not healed completely yet.
Where am I? he thought to himself.
He was lying on a cold, stone floor, and in the little bit of light in the room, he could just make out the bars of a prison cell.