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Holy Unborn 7Holy Unborn Chapter 7Sanguine Supper I glared from across the table at the Baron, but he just sat there with a grin. I opened my mouth to speak, but the monster inside me instantly jerked, knocking the wind from my lungs, rendering me wordless. As I gasped for air, I heard a chuckle, one which I had heard before, and looked to a nearby door to find the Butler. At first I thought it my imagination, but then I saw something very wrong about him, his pocket watch was glowing, and his eyes were pale. I managed to regain my breath, and ask "Is he undead, as with the bird in my study?" The butler and the baron both laughed heartily, frightening me, and even making the hooded men uneasy. He came near me and seated himself before replying "Young Lezana, I was never alive to begin with." I instinctively bared my teeth and growled "My name is Harris-" and as was expected, another coughing fit followed soon after, this time so violent
Holy Unborn 4Holy Unborn Chapter 4Ghost In The Machine I awoke to a loud crashing. I sat up quickly in bed, and saw that the patch on the window was gone. It was still quite dark, so I hurriedly sparked a lamp before looking around the room. I was shocked when I found it. On the floor, flopping around, was the bird, a large shard of glass in it's chest. That wound looked fatal, but the undead creature just flopped around in spite of it. I decided I couldn't bear it any longer, I had to destroy the bird completely, so I went to the stove and began stoking it. It was no time at all before I had a hot roaring flame. I put on my gloves again, and went over to the bird. I picked it up and carried it to the stove. With a final farewell, I tossed it in. I wish I could say I was surprised at what happened, but with what I had seen thus far, it was only a minimal surprise. As soon as the flames licked it's body, it became wreathed in
Holy Unborn 3Holy Unborn Chapter 3Unpleasant Pheasant I cautiously went to my room and locked the door behind me. I was still pondering what she had told me. Though it seemed absurd, I began scouting my room for anything out of sorts. It was only a short while before I remembered the spot on the rug my runestone was drawn to. I pulled away the rug and stared in awe. Burned into the floorboards was a large runic seal. I retrieved several of my devices and carefully charted where the energies were from it. I was appalled when I found that they converged on my bed. I readied a Bunsen burner, and placed a prod over it to heat, then carefully analyzed the seal. Once the prod was ready, I made very minute, almost unnoticeable alterations to the seal. When I remapped it, I was delighted to find that the energy was now off target. Instead of my bed, it was focused on a nearby windowsill. I now knew that there was something very dark and very wr
Holy Unborn 2Holy Unborn Chapter 2Paranormal Inquisitions After some time, I got bored waiting, so I ventured out into the hallways. I was sure to lock the door to my room before departing, though the reason for keeping it locked was a mystery to me, as it seemed there were very few who would dare come to this place. As I walked along the halls, I kept feeling odd sensations. This place seemed to not conform to normalcy, something seemed off. I desperately wanted to know what the Baron was planning now, so I deigned to find the dining hall on my own. Several minutes into my task, I realized why the butler was supposed to escort me, this place was much larger than I thought it to be. I started getting worried, so I back traced my own steps. As I rounded a corner, I could swear to have seen the tail of a large cat round the corner ahead, but when I ran to the end of the hall and peeked around, I found nothing. I sighed, and turned around
Holy Unborn 1Holy Unborn Chapter 1Red Letter I read the note once more for good measure, just to be sure I read it right; Addressing Dr. Harrison in relation to potential employment; I've followed your work for a while now, and I feel that you could make a very unique contribution to a little project of mine. Your breakthroughs in steam power and paranormal interactions thoroughly delight me. When I heard about you successfully drawing power from an earthly layline, I knew I found the technician I needed. You see, my project, which I can't reveal specifics of, on the chance this letter find it's way to another's eyes, involves the use of geographic energies to acquire specific results. I would dearly wish to elaborate on this, but I simply can't run a risk of a competitor finding this note. Please come to my castle at your nearest leisure, and be prepared to stay for possibly a couple days. My castle shouldn't be too hard