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This is simply a creative writing style RP post to describe what I think would’ve happened to Eileen’s soul before entering the new husk.

Obviously there is not lore to back this up or necessarily disprove it. Just for fun.

Hope you enjoy.

 

The sound of rushing water filled her ears as the once dark and evil place she could only hope to forget grew closer to her. Coming in from behind like a tidal wave, no shore to swim to. The current’s loud and ravenous waves were deafening as the sorceress stood with her back to the incoming flood - all she could feel was a horrific pain in her chest.

 

The water suddenly stopped behind her, all she could see before her was darkness - so dark. A cold shiver ran down her spine as the the sound of running water began again. Looking down to her boots, Eileen saw herself standing ankle deep in water on all sides. She looked down and to her left only to see the body of a woman laying face down in the water. She looked familiar.

 

Lrahmondundarûkûrz kalkoth.” Would echo a sarcastic and devilishly taunting tone from within the darkness before Eileen. When the words broke the silence it made the constant sound of running water pause, but only briefly. The witch tried to speak out into the darkness, but her open mouth only released bubbles of air which floated up and above her - the words escaping her throat were gargled and suppressed as if under many feet of water.

 

Within the darkness before her a single pair of neon glowing yellow eyes would be the only thing visible, soon the darkness enveloping her surroundings again - the sound of raging waves nearly deafening. The only thing louder than the crashing ocean was the word that bounced around the darkness around her; “Kazlirt.”

 

A white haired elfess sat upon her knees in the water only meters before Eileen. The elfess’ eyes would be dark and blank - empty. The woman looked about her surroundings, it seemed like she didn’t have a choice. The sound of the rushing water grew louder with each moment wasted by the sorceress. She’d bend down before the young elfess’ frame and looked directly into the empty voids, soon only to be filled with the all too familiar glow.

 

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