posted on Jul, 18 2016 @ 10:35 PM
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Enyonna called her Granddaughter in to clear the dishes away. Elisia gathered the dishes and headed toward the sink. "Do you suppose we
might take a look at some of the artifacts you keep here?" asked Night Star. Elisia dropped the dishes with a crash, shards flying in all directions.
Everyone turned their heads in alarm. "I am so sorry Grandmama. I swear, it will never happen again. I shall clean this mess up at once. I didn't mean
to break them, really I didn't." Enyonna spoke calmly. "Girl, you are so sensitive. Sometimes I wonder about you. Please if you will all excuse me, I
need a word alone with my Granddaughter." She led the girl outside on the porch.
"She is not being truthful with us." said Night. "She is the keeper of secret things, but there is nothing sacred here. The stagasaurus and that poor
girl are prisoners being forced to do her bidding." Wolf and the winged wildcat Hugo nodded in agreement. Jojopo the goblin and Garren sat with eyes
wide open. Pesky flew over and landed in Night's lap. "How do you know all of this?" "I sense it, I feel it deeply. There is something very strange
about this place and we need to find out what is being hidden, where and why."
The white wolf led them to a doorway that took them down many creaking wooden steps. They followed passageways that led deep underground. As they
continued on they saw hundreds of bones that were made into pillars and alters and arched doorways. Candles were lit everywhere and sconces burned
brightly on the walls of bones."There, in that room, there is something unspeakable in there." They could all feel it, the dread that crept into their
very souls. Slowly they approached the area and Night gasped in horror. The others were speechless and filled with fear. All along the walls were
glass vaults filled with liquid and...beings, not quite human, not quite animal, but a mixture of both. The elf did not hesitate and spoke in elvish
the ancient language of her people to cast a spell to protect them and keep anyone else out of the room.
From the silence came a thud as one of the creatures pounded against the glass, pleading for help within the depths of his terror stricken