Despite the unconsciousness, she could feel a lot of pain, it was hurting every one of her muscles and bones so much that at every moment the only feeling she had was wanting it all to end.— What's going on with Noell? Why does she seem to be suffering so much? Do something!!! — Illye asked, close to Noella.Noella could hear the familiar voices, but the pain transmitted from her body to her mind prevented her from distinguishing anything being spoken. However, after a while she noticed that it wasn't just her body that ached, most of what was eating her mind seemed to come from within her existence as a whole.— You still don't understand, girl? — There's no way for someone to just come back from the dead without paying an equivalent price. Complained the voice of someone else next to Noella. — I believe that at least you, who were there, also need to know this in part.— Know what?! — Illye complained urgently.In the middle of their conversation Noella finally started to understan
South of Aggron, North of Azzaria Forest.In a closed forest, a man of small stature was jumping over the branches of the trees as fast as he could reach, with an expression worried to fear something. His flexibility in moving among the trees would make any theater performer jealous, but at the moment it didn't matter.The little man was sweating profusely and the complete weariness of his person could be seen from his worn-out expression. He carried an extremely good looking red staff on his back which seemed to glow in the sunlight, if it was any other escape maybe this would be the reason he was chased, but not this time. This time the problem threatened his life worse.— Damn it! But what I got myself into... — He commented as he continued.As he jumped between the trees in the shadow of a more distant tree an arrow projectile was shot towards the place where he would jump, being able to hear the sound of the projectile passing through the air he deflected into a mortal causing th
North of Aggron, Outskirts of Valk Forest.In the center of a forest, a bald man over two meters tall was calmly dragging the trunk of a tree, the small animals around him hid at the sound of it as he passed and he looked a little displeased. Walking for a few minutes the big man came across a river, beside it were several other tree trunks that he had brought all cut. What appeared to be a small, almost complete raft could also be seen there as well as a woman with bright yellow hair tying the tree trunks together with a rope.— Is ready? — Asked the man leaving the trunk on the ground.The woman looked in his direction and extended her hand as if asking the man for something.— What? Am I more beautiful than usual today? — He asked, looking at himself.— Your axe, Dun… — She replied with a sigh.— Hahahaha... Here it is. — He replied, pulling a bright red glowing ax from his back and throwing it at her. — Are you sure this will buy us time, Elín? They won't fall for that so easily.
South of Aggron, Callua City. At a guard post near the south gate of the city of Callua, a girl in a dusty red dress was slumped over a bench, sweat was running down her forehead and neck, her once tidy hair now looked more like a cat's nest. tied by a cyan colored ribbon. Beneath her closed eyes, large dark circles spread across her face, with an equally exhausted expression she rested as long as she could, which wasn't much. A guard approached her carrying a brown leather bag, such a guard looked at the girl with pity and even then he couldn't do anything for her, she told them she didn't want any escort so she wouldn't be disturbed despite being dangerous. — Miss Laylla. Here are the groceries you ordered from me. — The guard commented with extreme calm as he offered her the bag. Opening her eyes quickly Laylla looked in his direction and took the brown bag, opening it she checked everything inside and then closing the bag and hanging it on her back she got up slowly. Further
Rushing out of the Silver Palace, Laylla first went to the Blue Temple because before she left there was someone who had to warn. As she rode through the wide stone streets, the main ones of the capital of Aggron, many could see her hurrying. The girl who normally lavished joy and happiness on the townspeople now looked hurried and worried. Arriving at the Blue Temple, she entered in a hurry, the priests and others who were there did not stop her, they just thought it was strange that she was in such a hurry. There was usually a certain distinction between the people who worked for the Blue Temple and those who worked for the Aggron Kingdom. It was more a matter of priority besides the fact that every Cardinal, Chief Priest and Deputy Chief had to be a Stage 4 or 5 Lord. Laylla had been a Priest under the Chief Cardinal of the Blue Temple until five years ago, but due to her disagreements with the temple rules by a
Capital of Aggron, Dellaria, Silver Palace.A Colored Palace was the second symbol of a kingdom's power. A kingdom could only be considered a true "kingdom" if it possessed one of the Throne of the Seven Colors, so around it the rest in the eyes of many were just remnants fighting for power, with no right to any choice on the continent.From unknown times when the Thrones came into being, the place that contained them was called a palace. The palaces were defined by their magnitude, normally it was the tallest and widest building in the kingdom and with the passage of time in addition to the residence of the royal family it became the place where all the administration of the kingdom took place in every way it could be considered a of the pillars of a kingdom.The Silver Palace itself was not made of Silver, but the Silver Throne within it emitted an aura that over time changed the color of the entire palace to an almost white silver hue, just as all the other Thrones did with their r
Having spent about half a day, ordered by the lord of Azzaria, a messenger on horseback traveled as fast as he could towards the capital, just as a letter had also gone by way of a bird, better to use all possible alternatives. This messenger was heading to the capital and had now arrived at the nearest city of Azzaria looking to continue his mission after changing horses and letting the night pass, having entered the city and talked to the guards saying that there was something important to be delivered in the capital. the messenger arrived at the post where he would rest. On the way in a four-story building on the ground floor, a man watched the local commotion among the guards and listened to the conversations of the messenger leaning against the wall in secret. — It seems that something happened in Azzaria… — The man reflected as he left the place after understanding enough. He knew the princess had been missing for about four days and that was probably the work of the place he
South of the Continent, North of the Salt Desert. Nothing made sense. When after so much pain he was finally freed from that cursed place, he was told that a lot of time had passed, and now what would he do? Who would know what to do? He didn't even know. After starting to fly towards the City of Azzaria, told by Illye which seemed to be the closest city to Aven'Nath Deep, Kamaell passed over a forest a few hours ago at high speed. He had already passed through there, probably, the forest that was once clear full of trees and leaves with shades of orange now looked dark and full of huge dry trees with no apparent life. Time seemed to be cruel to everyone, not just him. Nothing looked the same, nothing else looked the same as before. The young woman in his arms, known as Noella or Noell according to Illye, seemed to be fast asleep, even with the sound of the wind rushing past them she had no sign of waking up. The muscles in his body were almost torn apart from doing something they