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"Neverdie", Chapter Two

Posted Feb 19, 2006 by Dana Massey

"Neverdie", Chapter Two

Today we present chapter two of "Neverdie", an original work of fantasy fiction we're presenting every Sunday here on You can get caught up by reading the prologue and chapter one.

“You need to relax and drink your tea”, Rahal Diamondblayde said, absently running a hand through what he used to pride himself on being a full, auburn beard. In recent years though, the beard has somehow picked up flecks of grey.. “She promised to return, and she will.”

“I suppose you’re right.” Szark replied, settling in a chair opposite his friend. It had only been a week since his student’s departure, and already he couldn’t help but feel concerned for the girl. Over the time that she had spent with him, he had come to like her a great deal and the thought of never seeing her again bothered him more than he would have liked to admit. Fiddling absently with his tea cup, the Green Mage took a moment to take in his surroundings. He and his friend sat comfortably in one of Mylund castle’s many well-furnished parlors. When the pair had taken rulership of the small kingdom, it was decided that Rahal would govern. The warrior had always been a commanding figure, standing nearly a foot taller than most men and with the wide shoulders and broad, full chest of a man who had made his way through life with his hands. His appearance and easy-going nature had quickly won him the respect and admiration of many of Mylund’s people, while they met the thin, wiry wizard with suspicion. Even today, nearly 10 years later, the townsfolk remained cool toward the Green Mage. Although he assumed that this had more to do with his profession than with his person, he couldn’t help but feel some degree of jealousy.

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