The muck of
Clouds, that high flying kind that always trapped out the light of the moo. I forgot what their actual name was and I had not damn care at all for what it was. I centered my vision, I could feel my captured fist tightened as a rush of air smacked the
“CURSE YOU WAR-CAST! CURSE YOUR KIND TO THE NULL!” I heard it croak in that gravel-rock voice of it’s. I use the shock from teh wound as the monster teeth released their grip and I yanked out my arm. I could feel bits of my dermis being sliced open along the way, and pain lanced up my arm. But, I was free, I used my legs to push off the beast and snag leverage myself against the spear haft to pull it free. Gore was sloughin goff the thing as I did the trick and my weapon was in hand.
“Seriously?” I heard it cawing at me to curse my name, what was this thing a medieval villain fro a grail quest?
I scoffed and twirled the spear over my shoudler as I angled across my arm for a hard thrust.
“I am the daughter of mortals, but my blood is divine,” I grinned revealing sharpened white teeth, “You’ll give me back my memories stitch thing. And when you do, the null will have you.”
My angle was set and my aim true and as I thrust the weapon struck throw the creatures twice thick ribcage. Bone chipped but held. I gritted my teeth again. The creature coughed out a laugh. I twisted free my weapon ad the monster parried me with a single hard swing of one of its ape-
My limbs screamed as I was sure only my regenerative abilities were keeping me intact. The creature slammed a four-fingered clawed hand into the ground to tear it up. It’s body began to shake as my spear let off a wave of sizzling heat. Boar Ripper was a legendary weapon, insane except for the most stalwart fighters. In fact, I never kept it in my home dimension.
I could feel my bones knitting themselves back together, and I could smell the arrow as I pop a leg back into it’s socket. Wait, marrow? How did? I saw the blood, great, I had ruined another pair of leggings.
Now to deal with the monstrosity, and end this dumpster fire of a day.
More Next Time.