The Fall of the Dieties ;;
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Table of ContentsI. Ayumi
II. The Return of Sin
III. The Violation of Ayumi
IV. Left to Die & Living in Shadows
V. An Unknown Friend
VI. The Pursuit of Memories
VII. The Temple of Galadriel
IX. Fooling A God
X. Retracing the Hoof Prints
XI. The Truth About Gobardon
XII. Hell on Earth
XIII. Reign of Darkness
XIV. Smothering the Flame
XV. Blocking the Light
XVI. A Shocking End
XVII. Air and Water
XVIII. A Liquid Confrontation
XIX. Guardian and Deity
XX. Fading Away
XXII. A Calming Effect
XXIII. When Peace Becomes War
XXIV. The Final Battle
XXV. One Last Message
The Fall of the Dieties - RurutiaAyumi! Ayumi, wake up!
She will not wake up, came a piercingly compelling voice from the opposite side of the inner Temple. She should have never even existed.
Labyrinth stopped, tears streaking her face as she searched for the owner of the voice. You you did this? You killed her?! Who are you?! Show yourself. I swear that if I have to find you, I will kill you. She did nothing! She was so innocent! She--
She was nothing, the voice interrupted as a horse-like shadow moved at the end of the Temple. And do not blame me for this. I did nothing. I was the victim.
Labyrinths rage began to grow. She began to walk toward the figure, her anger making her body move in an odd fashion. She seemed to be between two worlds. None of this seemed real, so this murder would not seem real either.
How can I?! Labyrinth screamed, more tears covering her cheeks. She just wanted a friend. She just wanted her memories. Why
She got her memories, Labyrinth.
No! Shes dead! She Labyrinth stopped, taking an involuntary step backward. How .how do you know my name?
I know you. You know me. You will see that I am not an enemy. The horse stepped closer, the Light shining upon her chocolate coat and her flaxen mane falling into her eyes. This Rocky Mountain Horse was a dark version of the dead Ayumi at her feet. You are my friend.
Ayumi?, Labyrinth asked as the Light reflected off her tears.
That is not my name. I am Rurutia and I have some work to do.
Sirenne?! Sirenne, stop!
Sirenne continued to walk quickly away from the Temple of Light as if the Light Goddess had offended her. Do not follow me, Daniella. Get back to your kingdom.
It is your kingdom too! Come with me, Sirenne. I cannot allow you to leave again.
Look! Sirenne whirled suddenly and pushed her body against Daniella. Her eyes were fiery, but completely different from the usual sassiness. Something was bothering her. Something had to be done about what was about to take place. I need you to go back to the Valkyries. Please, Daniella. Do this for me. If you love me, you will do this.
Daniella stared back at Sirenne, attempting vainly to read her friends thoughts. Failing, she sighed and nodded, I do love you and I will listen. Just promise that you will come back.
Sirenne smiled, You cannot get rid of me.
Just do not get rid of yourself.
Rurutia? Labyrinth asked, utterly confused. I have never heard of you.
That is because I am from before your time. I am not supposed to be here.
You are an Ancient?
No I am dead. Someone brought me back, but they obviously did it incorrectly if I came back in the wrong body.
Rurutias body stiffened as recent memories joined those of the past. Labyrinths eyes widened as she saw the reply of events in the reflection of Rurutias eyes. The chocolate maiden shook her head, trying to deny what had happened, but when the memories would not go away, anger overtook her.
She slammed Labyrinth against a pillar, her words spitting from her, Where is he?! Where is Gobardon?!
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