Quintessence of the Story‘Ailintho, if you don’t want to go, I’ll send someone else.’
‘No, Master’, I shook my head. ‘There is no one in the community who has enough knowledge to do it. If there is any druid who can complete this mission, that’s me.’
‘I’m not talking about the journey only, I want to know if you trust the warrior. If not, I’ll find an excuse to send someone else.’
I said nothing and came close to the window. Children were playing hide-and seek among the trees and Lendra was shouting their names to make them return to the hall. The sun was setting slowly announcing the time for rest.
‘Can you trust him, Ailintho? Can you entrust the jewels and yourself to his protection?’
The image of Wanlorn carrying me came to my mind, I recalled his pulsating and alerted yet positive energy and nodded.
‘I think I can. Although I predict he won’t be a good companion’, I smiled ironically.
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