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A Night in Eternity: Chapter 4Eragon felt like he was torn between dread and happiness, a feeling he had been struggling with all week and even more so this morning.A Night in Eternity: Chapter 4 by ElizaLento
There was no wind this morning, a setting for a perfect winter day. Freshly fallen snow clung to the pines and their breathes frosted before them.
He had been walking throughout the woods with Arya all of that morning. Their conversation and laughter accompanied the sound of their boots crunching down on the frost covered forest floor.
Sheltered from the eyes of others and their responsibilities of the world by the pines they walked beneath, Eragon felt happier by this comfort than anything else. If he could, he would wish to stay here forever.
And he dreaded the time when they would leave
Something Far More Dangerous: Part 5Epilogue: 70 years laterSomething Far More Dangerous: Part 5 by f14ace
The morning sun shined brightly upon the city of Gringsford one summer morning. The day started off as usual for the king and queen.
"I'm going out for my morning walk. I'm certain your day will be a lot more interesting though." Nesira said with a smile to her mate. "After all, it's not every day you get to launch a new ship."
Akron nodded his head in reply. "Alright, my love. I'll be at the shipyard then."
With that, the king gryphon took off into the sky, headed for the sea while Nesira flew toward the city streets below. In the years that had passed since Akron and Nesira took control of Danthuania, many things had changed. A new palace had been built to accommodate gryphons, the nation was prosperous, and Danthuania now had the most technologically advanced military in the world. Akron looked at the city below as he flew toward the shipyards just outside the city.
While both the king and queen had endeared themselves to their subjects, it was Nesira
Something Far More Dangerous: Part 4Chapter 3: VengeanceSomething Far More Dangerous: Part 4 by f14ace
The mountains soon gave way to lush forests as Morzan and Ragnarök flew north toward Gringsford. As evening fell, the snow turned to cold rain. Morzan sat silently, contemplating what he would do to King Roland.
Sensing his Rider's thoughts, Ragnarök said, Be sure to leave some for me!
Don't worry. I certainly will!
It was late at night when they finally arrived at the coastal city of Gringsford. A castle stood atop a cliff that overlooked the forlorn town below.
"That must be where he lives." Morzan muttered to himself. He reached out with his mind, probing the occupants of the castle and searching for Roland's location. Most were just guards and staff. Finally, he found the king's consciousness on one of the castle's upper floors.
Alright, take me down. Once you drop me off, stay in the air and out of range of their weapons. , instructed Morzan.
Alright, but be careful. Ragnarök replied.
The dragon descended and silently
Something Far More Dangerous: Part 3Chapter 2: Blood to be PaidSomething Far More Dangerous: Part 3 by f14ace
Three weeks had passed since the discovery that gryphons were capable of performing magic. After much deliberation. Morzan had decided to secretly teach magic to Akron and Nesira. It had been decided that it was best for him to teach it only to them, and then to let Akron and Nesira decide who they wanted to teach it to. It was soon discovered that gryphons were only capable of performing certain spells. While they excelled at air spells, fire spells, and light spells, they seemed incapable of doing much else with magic. Stranger yet, it was soon discovered that gryphons could perform magic wordlessly, a feat long thought impossible.
During his time with the gryphons, Akron's clan had welcomed himself and Ragnarök with open arms. He had never felt welcome anywhere before. Morzan and Ragnarök dreaded the day they would have to leave and return to Galbatorix's service. Still, Morzan pitied the gryphons. While he was unwilling to confront Danthuania's