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 - Blocking The LightIf I fight you, I would die a monster, she said softly as her gentle eyes stared at her Temple and the enchanted forest that surrounded it. How often had she stood in this very spot and not gazed at her surroundings as she was doing now? How many times did she pass this view by and not appreciate its beauty? How many times did she forget the tranquility of her Temple?
How many seconds did she have left to see it?
Life was so precious and immortal life was even more precious for to kill something that could live forever robbed someone of an eternity. As the air entered her lungs, she felt it expand within her for the first time ever. She saw the miracle that she had once neglected. Her life was a gift and she had wasted it. Never had she encountered one of her followers. Never had she even attempted to right the wrongs of this world.
And now, she would never get the chance.
Her enemy stood behind her; she knew its presence long before its form came into view. She heard its breath even as her hearts beat began to pound in her ears. What do you expect to gain from this? What do you expect to become?
This is not the way to become the God of Opal.
Her painted sides heaved as her fear mounted. She had not expected this, not now. She felt so foolish. No preparations were made. No foals bore her blood. She would be forgotten. She would be wiped from history. All that it would take to erase her would be a simple attack from the horse behind her.
I am ready, she lied as her head lifted and tears flowed down her cheeks. Her breathing came faster. The sun was warm on her face and not a cloud could be seen. The only form that interrupted the perfection of the blue sky was the linnet that flew above her.
A linnet that seemed to be watching her.
Wait!, she yelled, but her words were lost to a sea of ice.
The Light of her Temple had finally been extinguished.
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