Deborah Boydston Deborah Boydston
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ohhhh THE SHADOWS....sounds ominous. Like it.

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Under the Double Star - Chapter Twenty-Nine


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      The three other captives, mostly forgotten in the events that were transpiring


around them, knew something about the CHTHNONIAN that not anyone else, but the Primae,


knew.


     The CHTHNONIAN leader was about to release his greatest threat. 1 comment


     The two Keths, Akromas and Paldor though never having themselves witnessed it, had


heard about it from others.


     The Levian, Idon, had seen its dangerous effects through his previous association


with the Collective.


     All three observed as the Collective leader  readied himself, psychically,


to unleash his most destructive mind power...THE SHADOWS. 1 comment



     Perra, in range of the flickering light, saw at first glance, what it truly was-


the ebb and flow of the almost done for lesser CHTHNONIAN.


     She witnessed how the CHTHNONIAN attempted to repair his fibrous form after it


sustained the errant, psychic blast from his Collective brother.


     Also, she saw the way to her redemption.


     It was very clear to her.


     All the signs she needed were revealed.


     It would only be a matter of time.


     Her being in a spirit state, without mortal restrictions, would enable her to


accomplish the deed.


     Her only worry-would the forthcoming confrontation, she sensed was coming,


wait long enough for her to achieve her soul's redemption.



     After he had released all his psychic energy in a last effort to aid his


CHTHNONIAN "brother", which he saw had a minimal effect on the situation, the dying


CHTHNONIAN wondered why he felt disjointed from his existence.


     Could it be that his imminent demise would have all the sum of his parts begin to


dissolve?


     "Is this how death should feel", he contemplated.


     "I am not afraid. "My only regret is not staying substantial long enough to see


my "brother" destroy the one who tried to make us but memories upon this plane."


     The CHTHNONIAN felt his dissolution of self arriving, all his  molecules


dissipating to become one with the environment.


     As his form was almost completely depleted, the process reversed, his body began


to renew itself.


     The effects of the fatal blast started to subside


     The only problem was... it was not his doing.


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