Child of Two Bloods

Everyone should follow the rules. As the creatures of majesty and loyalty, the encantors should follow what’s written in the stone. But then, the time comes that someone shattered it into pieces… One of them, along with a human, breed a child... A child now belongs to two different bloods, a child of two different creatures… Meria Arcson hated to take responsibilities to problems that she didn’t even commit. Until, one time, she discovered that she was different from the others. She was human, still, but at the same time, was not. And of course, people will take advantage of this strange occurrence for their own benefit. How can she avoid the threats that kept chasing her? Will she able to unravel the mystery surrounding her identity?

TheALONEMan · Fantasy
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Chapter 94: Moving

    The storm might be gone, but the sky is still fresh from it, thus creating a rainbow in the sky. They said that it was made by the dead passengers of sunken ships to celebrate the others' survival. All I could say that it was both dark and wholesome myth.

  Despite the sun travelling towards west was bringing us heat, I couldn't be able to complain because of the cold breeze of the sea touching my skin. I guess there is no more suitable way to end a battle like this. 

    I'm just glad that no one should die because of my goals. Even though the Kraken injured Cainne badly, I understand that it was its duty to protect itself and Ritensore from those who wanted to go there. 

    "I guess some creatures aren't bad after all." I said out of the blue, which made my companion turned his head to me. I didn't bother to look at me as I was focused on the calm sea in front of us, but I could see him in my peripheral vision, smiling.