"Of course you can’t," said a deep, silky voice; Jhesrhi Coldcreek cast around in vain to find the source.
“How can Amaunator shed his light on secrets in a place where the Yellow Sun never shines?”
Cera Eurthos’s conjured glow faded, and darkness shrouded the chilly crypt with its mad jumble of funerary carvings. The stag men turned this way and that, the bells in their antlers chiming.
Jhesrhi called for fire. It leaped forth from the core of her, flowed down the inside of her arm, and sprang forth from the head of her brazen staff. She felt satisfaction that the thing that had spoken, whatever it was, couldn’t smother her power.
But then it came out of the dark, and dread pierced her like a knife. She flinched back a step, and so did her companions. Her gilded mace clutched in her hand and blond curls sticking out from under the rim of her helmet, Cera let out a gasp...
Please Note: Page 2 of the printed Prophet of the Dead contains a text error. The correct text should read: "Fall down and worship me," the pale man said. "Otherwise, …
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