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  1. Elsior's logic is "interesting". Why would the other kingdoms think that these dragons are Jhirdyr's fault for existing. It's also pretty funny that he had to have a villain's monologue. I also find the Sanguistis ability curious. How did it kill Elsior so quickly. Is it because he's a mage? Or maybe because he was currently using magic? Or was it because it got stabbed to the heart and pulled out energy from the host faster? Also, why did Harmon stab with the hilt end rather than the dagger end?
  2. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 22

    Interesting. So it seems like these people are also elves, assuming only elves live in all the Realms. Which Realm are they in and which Realm is Kieran's father in? It makes me wonder whether elves (assuming these people are elves) talk through their minds or whether it differs Realm by Realm.
  3. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 23

    I don't think so. Fasha is there to guide and help the people through the Trial, but ever since Neredos trapped all the demons into the pillars Fasha has just wanted to end the Trial while Neredos keeps extending it. It makes me wonder where Neredos got that spell to create those pillars. Did he discover it on his own? Or did Ghayle give it to him? If she did, she miscalculated and didn't realise he'd take advantage of the spell and use it for his own purpose rather than to trap and kill the demons.
  4. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 23

    I didn't expect Grim and Veil to pull someone back from death. I wonder how far along Neredos is with killing the demons. Is Grim and Veil aware of this? Others seems to be. But Fasha's not really the bad guy here. He's just trying to ensure the Trial is complete and will do anything it takes to finish it. But I wonder, what happens at the end of the Trial? If I remember correctly, it's supposed to unite everyone, but once Neredos finishes killing all the demons, not much would change.
  5. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 22

    Does Grim know Fasha is held in a pillar? Maxthane could easily kill Fasha now like Neredos is doing to the other demons, but it's in Maxthane's best interest to keep Fasha alive and show that it's not Salidar trapped in the pillar to the other Shades.
  6. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 22

    I suspect Veil or Grim would be able to re-attach his arm. This may be beyond Maxthane's own (current) abilities. They probably won't have any time to do so, but I wonder if there's any more golems and controlling armbands back at the temple. After Neredos kills all the demons, Fasha will probably want to confirm this himself when he's released (if given the chance, Maxthane will probably release him if he's the last demon). Fasha may be willing to die after he's confirmed the death of all demons. How will Krythe and the Shade react when they've been wrong and find out they've been trying to kill their real king? What would happen to the social structure of their city?
  7. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 21

    Well, they agreed not to use the whips which may not help against seventeen panthers and three griffins, but Kieran hasn't tried asserting dominance over them all.
  8. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 21

    Ooh, ominous, haha. You said something similarly ominous a few chapters back hinting that this world isn't as good as it seems. If the old man isn't on their side that places the group in a difficult position since they may not be able to fight off the panthers and griffins.
  9. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 21

    That's only if they're in the Elven world right now, but even if they are, the old man wouldn't know what's going on since the King has kept everything related to Kieran secret. I actually hope that the old man is an ally to the King. If he is an enemy of the King he wouldn't be helping Kieran or Kieran's friends if he found out Kieran's real identity. Maybe the old man would be able to help them get back to Earth using his own skills, but if not hopefully can redirect the group to the King who can send them back to Earth. Despite his actions, the King is still on Kieran's side and wants what's best for him.
  10. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 20

    Neredos seems to know Veil's secret of controlling other people's minds and maybe knows how she's lived so long. I wonder how he came to this conclusion. Grim's and Veil's meeting will be an interesting one. I wonder how long it's been since they've talked. Have they talked since she disowned him in the last book?
  11. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 19

    Good observation, I completely missed that! Neredos seems to know the demon war hasn't ended and it seems like he's doing something to ensure the demons don't come back. He also knows he's dying which may be why he's doing this now. It also sounds like he's acknowledged that his rule wasn't the best and that it stagnated progress. I find it hard to believe that Styx could kill him. Even though Neredos is dying, he is still protected by three demons. Neredos is also currently quite powerful with his cloak, helmet and gauntlet. I wonder why they didn't destroy the pillars before. What would happen if they just smashed a pillar? They could have even killed the demons one by one by opening one pillar at a time. I wonder why Neredos didn't do this (and maybe keep the four demon generals alive in their pillars)
  12. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 19

    I'm glad to see the group is coming together again, we're just missing Styx now. I wonder how the demon was freed. Was it Neredos? Is he planning to raise up the city, release the demons, and self-destruct the city?
  13. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 18

    Alsha knows Bradeth's intent to open the Pillar of Ibrix. After hearing a group of Elrok opened the pillar, why would she immediately assume it was Maxthane who opened it? Veil should have offered Styx a better explanation to convince him of her thoughts. Her explanation basically consisted of two line that said he's ruled too long and he's crazy. Not very persuasive if you ask me. Styx's mother, Nal Maya, was able to resist Veil's mind alterations. Maybe Styx will be able to do the same. Good point. Veil worked with the scientists and doctors during the Demon war and their technological and medical knowledge was far greater than current times. She probably has a good understanding about the human body and what it can and cannot do. She may also have recognized the demon blood to be alive as Maxthane had and knew she had to destroy it to save the person infected and that regular healing wouldn't remove the blood. It may have been through this that she found out the Fedain's ability to destroy and take the life force from others.
  14. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 17

    As dktc and drpaladin said, it's already been mentioned. I've forgotten their names now, but she's Prism's Gor friend's wife who sought out Ghayle after she gave birth. You're right, but all Grim has to do is abdicate to relieve himself of the responsibility right? Hopefully everyone meets up: Bradeth and Grim, Styx, and Maxthane and his group. Even if Grim can't help heal Styx (he should at least be able to slow it down), he could help uncover the secrets at the Temple of Naxthul.
  15. Geoffrey257

    Chapter 16

    Did Drake sacrifice himself or is he still alive? Will Styx send someone after him? I wonder if Styx is going to connect the dots that Maxthane is Veil's son. I've been thinking about Veil and her last failed attempt at killing Neredos. Why didn't she alter Neredos' mind before destroying his cells? Or at the very least why kill his nerve cells rather than any other cells that wouldn't give him pain and alert him that she's killing him? I feel like Veil's only reason to stay alive is to babysit Neredos and to kill him if given the opportunity. She probably wouldn't mind dying once Neredos has died. If i remember correctly, she didn't like aging those girls to keep herself young. I also just realised, Styx will have to ask for healing first, then accuse Veil later. He wouldn't want to give her the chance to alter his mind or age him.
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