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If I removed the pivotal player from the game, then the game would be over. There would be no one left to carry on my role as the Prophecy One and cause the end of the world. There would be no more anything. I’d be removed from scenario, crippling Kreturus’ plans. This was like a game of chess—kill the queen and the king would be vulnerable. Swallowing hard, I pushed back the fear that was choking me. The only object that could destroy me was gripped tightly in my fist. The sapphire serum within the silver fang could destroy both angels and demons.
And shut up! You weren’t there. You don’t know what happened! It’s not like I had much of a choice. It was watch him die from a Martis wound or save him. ” Lorren turned away from me as his eyebrows rose in his hairline. He rubbed his eyes hard and shook his head. When he turned back to me there was urgency in his eyes. ” Anger exploded from somewhere deep within me. “No! What are you, deaf? ” What the hell was wrong with him? I said it a thousand times, but he didn’t seem to believe me. ” His gaze lingered on my face.
Arrogance flowed off of him in waves, as he smirked smugly at me. ” My voice was level and unfeeling. I didn’t know how he healed me, who he was, or what to do next. Shit! This wasn’t supposed to happen. I effonated to the Lorren because I was the only one who survived it. No one else could enter without the magic of the Lorren screwing with them and eventually killing them. And yet—here was black-haired boy looking at me in all his Goth glory. ” He answered. He smiled that smug smile again, “You just made the biggest mistake of your life.