World of Warcraft: Journey of the Huntress (4)World of Warcraft: Journey of the Huntress (4) by ParisWriter
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Larraine remained on her hands and knees for a long time once she finally reached the ground below the Skyfire, her eyes closed. She trembled as she tried to catch her breath and ease the rapid beating of her heart and she blindly grasped at the grass under her hands, digging her nails slightly into the earth below in order to remind herself that she was once more on solid ground.
"I'm sorry, Larraine," Bixby apologized, patting one of her shoulders. "I didn't realize you're afraid of heights."
"It's not heights that bother me, it's falling from them that I don't like," Larraine clarified for her, taking one last deep breath before sitting up and looking to the airship above them. "Why did Gardenia go back up to the ship?"
"She's dropping off her flying machine, and then she's going to take a parachute down to join us."
Larraine nodded and stood up, then held out her hand to Fang. He came over and nuzzled her palm, then she laid her hand on top of his head
EpilogueThe wind.Epilogue by TheBlindAlchemist
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It was only the wind, howling its way into her bedroom and her mind, shaping her dreams into a confusing mess of memories and bad omens. Whispers and spine-chilling moans slithered into the inn through every crack in the wooden walls they could find. The wind was cold and brought heavy black clouds to cover the night sky and shroud the White Lady and her Blue Child. The two moons couldn’t show their light that night, and a storm was coming.
Aiwyn woke up because of the cold, far away from that comfortable and luxurious room that was, more or less, hers. It's been a couple of weeks since she left that warm place, fit for an elf and suitable for a night of storytelling. Now the cold seeped into her body and made her curl into a fetal position to remain warm, the bed sheets pulled close to her. There was no way to get warmer when the window was open, and eventually her consciousness emerged just enough to realize that. The elf sat up, shivering and rubbing her eyes a