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undecided endings part 17 "In my studies, I came across the account that happened many generations after Nimthar's children died. The records said that three sons and a daughter were born to a descendant of Taliesin. According to tradition, the amulet would be passed on to the eldest son; however, the youngest son, knowing of the amulet's power and wanting to claim it for himself, killed his brother, and, realizing what he had done, hurriedly left his father's house and was never heard of again. In his haste, he dropped the amulet, and it was passed on to the middle child, who had no children of his own and gave the trinket to his sister upon his deathbed. She passed the heirloom along to her children and so on until they also died out and the artifact was lost.
"So I came here many decades ago, searching for any trace of Taliesin's heir through the youngest son, the only child who does not have a
metaphorPure white lace
Cold as death
Comes at night
Leaves in light
Dance on ice
Quite a sight
undecided endings part 16 The walk back to the inn was silent as the grave, indeed I wondered for a moment if that was where we were headed. Adela did not speak a word as we walked, and her expression was completely unreadable as far as I could tell. Rowan and I held a silent conversation with pointed expressions, but nothing came of it. He was not happy with me for telling Adela where he was, but all I could do was shrug and show him I had no choice. And so we trudged on, our uncertainty overshadowing our accomplishment.
When we reached the inn, Rowan tore his arm from Adela's grasp and turned to face her.
"What is going on?" he cried, "I demand to know!"
"Lower your voice," Adela said sharply. She looked around, looked back toward our furious friend and whispered, "Not here. We must go inside."
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