By Paul S. Kemp
The shadows recede from a misplaced temple in a forgotten wilderness.The solar rises on a brand new calling for a guy as dependable as he's mysterious.The day's starting unearths Erevis Cale preserving in his regular fingers extra strength than he dared desire for - and extra accountability than he ever imagined.For now, he'll need to positioned his belief in a god served by means of theives and born of chaos.
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Magadon cleared his throat and said, "I was abandoned. Before the cold could take me, a lame woodsman heard my wails and took me in. It was he who explained my origin to me, when I was old enough to understand it. " Cale struggled to imagine the burden Magadon carried—rejected by his mother, sired by a fiend. Cale's own past seemed ordinary by comparison. "He always told me the truth," Magadon said absently. " Magadon nodded. " Magadon smiled warmly. "Father," he said, and Cale could see the guide's welling eyes reflecting the firelight.
As one they uttered a moan and threw themselves against the divine force channeled by Cale and Jak. The two friends held for only an instant before their wall of resistance shattered with an audible crackle of energy. They staggered, pushed backward by the power backlash, while the dead of Elgrin Fau swarmed forward like a cloud of bats, red eyes seething. Behind them, the darkweaver's mandibles began to churn. Its tentacles squirmed obscenely, but it didn't leave its position directly in front of the gate.
My mental powers I attribute to the bloodline of the rapist whose seed conceived me, as much as I do these horns. And like my horns, they've become more pronounced as I've aged. " Cale nodded. It seemed they were all changing. Magadon looked into Cale's eyes and said, "Two fathers, Erevis. One a rapist archdevil, one a cripple with a noble spirit. " Cale nodded and looked away into the distance. He could think of nothing to say, though he understood well what it was to serve two fathers. The silence stretched on.