Wish Carriers

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Liffon Foxglove, the youngest in the Foxglove line, travels to Greenbrook to become a Wish Carrier. Upon arriving, he finds his father, the famous Fens Foxglove, has gone missing on a very important mission. Where has he gone? It's up to the young hummingbird and his new friend Lissa Gentian to find out what's going on. What they find may even be a threat to the Carriers, let alone Greenbrook and perhaps all of Herald itself.

Please feel free to comment. I have divided the chapters up according to basic word count, so they are rather long. When I totally finish everything, it will probably look a bit nicer.

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4. Liffon's Reluctance

 

 

            The chatter in the bunk that evening was much livelier than the previous night's. The firefly lamps flickered excitedly, matching the mood of the room.

            "You heard about the general? He's been gone for quite a while," a calliope hummingbird commented, her metallic green head shining in the dim light.

            "Yeah, I heard some beast got a hold of him and ate him!" a ruby-throated chattered.

            "I don't think anything could have done that," Liffon broke in. "He's the best Carrier there is."

            "Well, not even the best is immune to making silly mistakes," the other ruby-throated replied, not looking at Liffon.

            Liffon snapped. He was normally so cool and even-tempered, but his father's honor was at stake. He leapt off the nest, much to the surprise of Lissa who had opened her mouth to say something.

            Liffon lunged at the other bird with a shout. "You take that back!" he cried. He was on top of the bird in a blink of an eye, jabbing at his face. The other bird chattered in surprise and took flight, shooting across the bunks. By now the entire bunk room was awake, watching the fight in action. Liffon dove toward the offender, beak extended, ashamed his colors matched this dishonorable bird.

            "Liffon!" Lissa cried over the cheering and chattering of the other birds. If Liffon heard her, he didn't react, chasing the offender around the bunks much to the enjoyment of the other recruits.

            "Liffon!" she shouted again, this time a little louder. Ignored again, she decided it was time to take action. Her brow set in a straight line, she shot off to intercept the fighting pair.

            Liffon, unable to see anything but the target, was knocked sideways by a force much bigger than himself. Struggling, he shouted at the thing.

            "Get off me!" he roared.

            "How about yous calm down foist, kid."

            Surprised by the accent, Liffon looked up and saw a kestrel face. He spotted Lissa out of the corner of his eye calming the other bird. He growled and struggled against the kestrel’s grip, but the police bird's claws pinned him to the wall.

            "Let me go!" Liffon shouted.

            Without replying, the kestrel grasped Liffon in both talons and flapped out the door.

            "What's with him?" the other ruby-throated hummingbird asked, watching them go.

            "He's a little sensitive about his dad," Lissa replied, watching the kestrel.

            "That was Liffon Foxglove?"

            Lissa flitted after the pair silently, leaving the other bird and his questions behind.

           

            "What's this?" the Chancellor said, looking up from the papers in his talon. He adjusted his reading glasses with a wing and put the papers down on the desk. His assistant, her sparrow eyes heavy with bags of dealing with the Chancellor all day, looked over.

            "This here kid been in a fight wit' the other boid," the kestrel explained, pushing Liffon toward the Chancellor's desk. Liffon frowned and adopted an expression of annoyance.

            "Liffon was it?" the Chancellor asked. The sparrow raised her eyebrows in surprise. He actually remembered something. "Why did you fight?"

            "The other bird said my father got eaten by something," Liffon replied, looking at the Chancellor in defiance.

            "Well, that's not very nice," the Chancellor nodded. "We shall have to part ways then. You can try again next year."

            The kestrel grinned. Justice.

            "But, sir, this is Liffon Foxglove," the sparrow protested.

            "Foxglove?" the Chancellor asked. The sparrow put a wing on her forehead and sighed.

            "Sir, he saved Acacia and Dahlia during the first test and passed the second test with flying colors," the sparrow explained.

            "Oh, yes, well...I suppose we can let this one pass. Your father being off on a mission must be a great stressor," the Chancellor nodded. "Send him back to the bunks, Sother."

            "But, sir..." the kestrel protested.

            "Not now, Sether, I'm busy," the Chancellor said, returning to his papers.

            "It's Snyder," the kestrel grumbled, leading Liffon out into the cool night air. "Right, off ya go, kid," he frowned, pointing toward the bunks with a talon. He adjusted his police hat with a wing and flapped back to his post at the center of the training facility.

            "Liffon!" a familiar voice hissed off to the left. The male bird looked sideways into the dark branches of the giant oak that held the facility and the complex aloft.

            "Lissa?" he hissed back. The female Xanthus' hummingbird emerged from the shadows with a worried face of annoyance.

            "What were you thinking, you feather brain?" she scolded, knocking his head with a wing.

            "My dad's the best. He's not going to get himself caught," Liffon replied.

            "That doesn't mean you need to attack anyone that disagrees!" she hissed. "Now let's get off the bed before you get into more trouble. You were lucky this time. That stunt we pulled at the first test won't be our get out of jail free card forever."

            Liffon rolled his eyes, but he knew she was right. He still had one more test to pass before he could even begin training, and that one was going to be the hardest of all.

 

            "So you're Foxglove's son?" the other ruby-throated hummingbird asked as Liffon and Lissa re-entered the bunks.

            Liffon glared at him, not wanting to speak to someone that would soil his father's name. He paced back to the nest next to Lissa, still glaring at him.

            The other bird seemed to not notice and approached Liffon's nest. Lissa watched cautiously, not knowing what would happen. She never expected Liffon to be so protective of his father's name.

            "I'm Kiffy," he said, the sounds of chatter muffled against the wooden walls of the bunk house. Liffon was surprised by both the lack of interest in the fight that just happened and the approach of this bird. He had just nearly ripped his throat out and yet he was being kind. "What's got your tail feathers in a bunch?"

            Liffon growled, very un-bird-like, Lissa noted. But he had growled none-the-less.

            "Come on, Liffon," Lissa murmured. "He's trying to apologize."

            Kiffy looked over at Lissa, a small nod of thanks. "I'm not one to start a fight," he offered. "Your dad's one of the best."

            Liffon looked up at Kiffy, skeptical, then ruffled his feathers, settling down into the nest. "Fine," he replied simply. "Thanks." With that, he closed his eyes.

            Kiffy blinked, wondering what to do.

            "That means he forgives you," Lissa translated.

            "Good to know," Kiffy chuckled and fluttered off to a perch next to the other chattering birds.

 

            "You really need to stop being so closed up," Lissa commented, plopping Liffon's hat onto his head. The mockingbird reveille signaled the beginning of the day and the other hummingbirds began to stir. "You're going to have to make more friends than me someday."

            "You're my friend?" Liffon said gruffly with a frown.

            "Oh shush!" she relied, shoving him slightly. A small grin passed his beak but it didn't escape Lissa's observing eye. "I saw that!" she added, giving him another small shove.

            "I have no idea what you are talking about," Liffon said, looking away. Lifting his shoulders, he slipped his pack into his back. It was empty right now except for a small bottle of bluebell nectar he saved for emergencies, but soon it would be full of class 5 wish scrolls that were used in the next and final test.

            Shaking her head, Lissa fluttered out the door after the other birds. He wasn't going to get very far if he didn't relax a little.

            The sun rose over the tower of the Carrier's office, the tallest building in Greenbrook. The Chancellor glanced around, counting the names on the list in his talon. Removing his glasses, he made sure the number matched and handed the list to the sparrow with bags under her eyes. Liffon felt a twinge of sympathy for the young female, but it faded with the shake of his head. Perhaps the Chancellor was more of a challenge than he expected.

            The courtyard was a little bigger than the last one of yesterday's test. The center was a large planter with a collection of three massive tulips peering out from the dirt. While massive isn't a word used by many birds, since everything is much larger than them, these tulips were at least twice the size than any Liffon had ever seen.

            Resting on a small table next to the planter was an older hummingbird with a blue carrier sash and a low ranking carrier hat on. Liffon reasoned he just graduated the training last year and he'd been assigned to help the new recruits. The table was dressed in a red and white striped scrap of a tablecloth most likely picked up off a human picnic below the massive oak that was Greenbrook. When humans had food below the tree, whatever is left is collected for the haven. The private, as Liffon noticed he was, had spread the table with cupped leaves and filled them with nectar, though if it was from those massive tulips, it was probably bitter. He was glad there was still a bottle of nectar in his bag. He would need it.

            There was another table on the other side of the planter, Lissa pointed out. Another private had set up a second table with plates and bowls of berries. Liffon hoped there were blueberries. He didn't eat fruit very often, but when he did, he likes the big blue orbs and the juice that leaked.

            "Welcome, recruits!" the Chancellor bellowed through his leaf megaphone. "Today is your final test! For many of you, this is your final chance to make it in the Carriers. Please form an orderly line in front of Mr. Jenkins' desk," he added, pointing to the dwarf owl from yesterday, "and sign next to our name. Then you will be assigned a team. It's important to get to know your team, as they will be your key to success in this first official mission!" He put down the megaphone and turned toward his sparrow assistant. "Was that good?" She nodded tiredly and he hopped off the perch, abandoning the megaphone, and scampered toward the berry table.

            "I wonder how she does it," Lissa commented. Liffon just looked on as the line began to form in from of Mr. Jenkins' desk.

           

            "Number 7 again," Lissa said, glancing at Liffon's leaf.

            "Must be some kind of sign," Liffon joked.

            "Well, I got unlucky 13," she sighed. "Looks like you'll have to go on without me," she added dramatically.

            Liffon felt a sense of panic rise up in him. This meant he would actually have to meet new birds! Why did they have to make this a team activity? He was much better off on his own!

            "Number 7?" a familiar voice called. "Anyone else have number seven?"

            Almost as if he couldn't control himself, Liffon automatically replied. "Here."

            Kiffy turned toward him and raised his eyebrows. "You have seven?" he asked.

            Liffon immediately regretted saying anything. But he was stuck now. "Yeah," he replied flatly.

            "Oh, good, someone familiar," Lissa nodded. "The thirteens are over here," she said, extending her wing toward a small group of birds. "Good luck, boys."

            Neither of them answered, but simply watched Lissa flutter over to the other birds. They say in silence for a while, Kiffy nervous and Liffon annoyed.

            "So..." Kiffy tried. "You think you're ready for this test?"

            "Born ready," Liffon replied, adjusting his hat. He slung his pack off his back and hung it on the nearest perch stand that was shaped like a tree. With a flutter, he landed next to it, still avoiding eye contacts with the other bird.

            "Well, then..."

            The awkward silence was broken by another hummingbird (Liffon recognized her as a white-eared) landing with a soft thump nest to Kiffy on the floor.

            "Hey is this the sevens?" she asked.

            Kiffy nodded and Liffon just glowered.

            "Hi! I'm Larx!" she said enthusiastically. "You guys ready to win?"

            Liffon rolled his eyes.

            "Well, I'm a little nervous," Kiffy replied, "but I think we'll do great!"

            "That's the spirit!" Larx said, thumping him on the back. "What about you, Mr. stoic?" she said, looking at Liffon.

            Liffon just glowered.

            "Your mission, young recruits," the Chancellor read, "is to carry a collection of scrolls to the assigned outpost on the edge of the forest." Adjusting his small spectacles, he gripped the parchment piece, accidently puncturing the paper with a nail. "Oh my," he commented. "Can I get another paper please, Dina?" he asked the sparrow assistant that followed him everywhere.

            "Sir, the paper should be fine," Dina replied. "Just keep reading."

            "Right," the blue jay nodded. "You will work with your teams to carry the scrolls along the designated path. Be careful - there are snags along the trail that might hinder your plans, so be adaptive. You have thirty minutes to prepare any way you can."

            "So is this everyone?" Larx asked, looking at Kiffy as the chattering of the other birds began again.

            "I hope not," he replied, looking around. He felt exceptionally nervous, glad to have passed the other tests, but this one was going to be the hardest of all. What if he messed up or did something stupid? Catching his nervous expression, Larx gave him a thump on the back (actually, it was more like a tap - hummingbird wings are hardly dense enough to do anything that resembles a thump).

            "We'll do fine, Kiff!" she encouraged.

            "Is this the sevens?" a small voice asked from behind the pair.

            "Indeedy-do it is! Who might you be?" Larx exclaimed.

            "Artemis," the female Lucifer hummingbird replied quietly.

            "Well, welcome aboard, Arty!" Larx grinned, scruffing her head fluff.

            "P-please don't," Artemis protested.

            "Ah, is this my team?" a rather large male black-chinned hummingbird commented, approaching the group. He slung a wing over Larx and Artemis's shoulders. "Ladies!" he added, raising his eyebrows. Liffon rolled his eyes. Artemis ducked out from under his wing, and Larx chirped angrily, pecking at his chest. "Alright! I get it! Okay, business only." He looked around the gathering and nodded. "Name's Cirrus," he added with a nod.

            "I'm Kiffy," Kiffy replied with a nod. "This is Larx and Artemis, and the grumpy one is Liffon." Rubbing the back of his neck, he continued. "Right, so, looks like we have to work together...."

            "Of course we do," Liffon cut in. "That doesn't mean I have to listen to idiots." He hopped off the branch he was perched on above the group and stalked over to the wish scrolls assignment table and began stuffing his bag full of Group Seven's parchments."

            "Eager, I see," the dwarf owl commented, casting a judgmental glance over at Liffon.

            "Liffon!" Larx shouted. "Where do you think you're going?!"

            "Eager isn't even the word," he growled at the owl. Before Larx could say anything else, he took off slowly, the bag weighed down by scrolls and a nectar bottle.

            "What's his problem?" the black-chinned hummingbird asked.

            "He's always like this," Kiffy replied. "When I first met him, he attacked me!"

            The larger male made a motion resembling cracking knuckles, as he had learned from a human television show, but it looked more like he was folding a large sheet of invisible paper. "He's messing with the wrong bird."

            Larx rolled her eyes.

 

            The path was dimly lit by the sun as it seeped through the thick leaves. Liffon's wings beat fast, but the bag was heavier than he expected. Soon, his breath was coming quickly, and he began to slow even more. The thought of stopping to rest crossed his mind, but he pushed it aside.

            I'm much better off without them anyway, he thought, his beak set in determination. His parents had always told him he was the best, even better than Fliss and Floss, his two older siblings. Liffon rolled his eyes. They were only older by a month. After the first set of eggs landed them with one rotten, they wanted another chick so bad. But Fliss and Floss made sure Liffon always knew he was younger. He'd never needed anyone before, why would he need anyone now?

            Oh just you wait, Liffon Foxglove. Just you wait! Lissa's playful attitude rang in his head and he slowed his pace. She'd been nothing but helpful and he'd pushed her aside all the time, yet she kept coming back. You really need to stop being so closed up.

            The forest began to thin out the further he flew. At first he didn't notice, lost in thought, but as the sun began to warm his feathers, he slowed his pace and looked around. A chill ran down his spine as he noticed the lack of life on the path: there were no leaves on the trees, no grass or shrubs. A sharp fear gripped his crop.

            "So you decided to wait for us, huh?" a familiar voice called. Liffon ignored it, coming to a stop on the path, staring at the sight before him. Cirrus fluttered in from of him, trying to get his attention. "Yoo-hoo!"

            "Why is this section so bare?" Artemis asked, clutching the map in her talon. She landed on the dusty path next to the pair and rolled it open. "The map shows this area covered with trees."

            Kiffy and Larx approached from behind, fluttering to a stop at the sight.

            "Is this the right way?" Kiffy asked.

            Artemis looked up from the map, wiggling her tail feathers to remove the dust. "I think so," she replied, uncertain.

            "Well, no use sitting around here!" Cirrus bellowed, fluffing his white and gray feathers to appear much bigger than he was.

            Larx ignored him and grabbed Liffon's bag. "No use trying to carry all these alone," she reasoned, stuffing half of them in her own bag. Liffon opened his beak to protest, but she stopped him. "We're a team, barfbeak. Wake up and stop being an immature hatchling." She frowned at him and took off, carrying her own bag.

            "Hey, wait up, pretty lady!" Cirrus called, fluttering after her. Liffon glowered at her and followed.

            The group continued in silence, the forest getting thinner and grayer as they continued. Liffon felt his unease grow as the group moved.

            Suddenly, a flash of gray and tan shot out of sky. Liffon's first instinct was to fly to the right. A weight lifted off his back and at first he didn't notice it until a small crack sounded from the dusty floor below. He blinked, then, realizing what it was, let out a chirp of dismay. His nectar bottle had broken and the wish scrolls were ruined!

            A second, louder thump sound followed and a small scream.

            "Artemis!" Larx shouted, darting toward the smallest bird. She was lying unmoving under a small bush on the side of the path. Cirrus darted in the path of the giant bird, trying to appear bigger.

            The hawk glowered at him. "What are you pipsqueaks doing in my territory?" he demanded.

            "Your territory?" Cirrus snapped back. "Since when are hawks living in Greenbrook?"

            "Since whatever died out here killed all the leaves!" the hawk retorted. It stalked forward toward the male, bobbing its head threateningly.

            Something came over Liffon similar to the night he and Kiffy met. His anger for the mission being ruined because of the attack (there was no drying out wish scrolls after they'd been soaked in that much nectar) and possibly his chances at being a Carrier made his blood boil. Without thinking, he let all his anger turn into the spear of his beak and plunged it deep into the hawks back.

            The bird screeched, both in surprise and pain.

            "I seen that before," Kiffy said with a grimace.

            "Well don't just stand there!" Larx yelled. "Get him!"

            Cirrus blinked a few times, then as if someone turned on the light bulb in his brain, he shot towards the hawk and jabbed it with his own beak. Larx followed suit, jabbing the hawks left side. Kiffy raced over to an awakening Artemis, who blinked a few times, looking dazed. The hawk screeched again, trying to escape the onslaught.

            "Stupid shrimp!" he cried. With a powerful flap, it shot into the air, knocking the small birds to the path. Liffon landed in a cloud of dust and heard a chorus of small coughs about him. "Next time you won't be so lucky!" the hawk cried, flying away.

            The dust cleared, leaving Liffon's view unobscured. Cirrus and Larx dusted themselves off and paced over to the other pair. Liffon stood at a distance, brow furrowed in anger and concern.

            Concern? For who? He set his expression to a more neutral one and poked a toe at the soaked bag. He mentally cursed, angry that his chances at Carrierdom were ruined. Why did that stupid weak bird have to get hurt? She's so annoying.

            "Larx, we have to finish this mission," Kiffy stated, looked up at her as she approached. "Can you stay here with Arty while me, Liffon, and Cirrus go finish?"

            "Well as long as we return to the start at the same time I think it will be okay," she replied nodding. "Take my bag - it's lighter, even if it only has half of the scrolls."

            "Where is your bag?" Cirrus asked, looking about.

            "It's right over - wait where is it?"

            "That's what I just said!"

            "Can it, featherbrain," she frowned. "Where is it?" She trotted around, peering in the brush, but found no sign of the bag.

            "Liffon has one," Kiffy offered, peering over to the sulking ruby-throat as he poked the sweet-scented bag with a toe.

            "This one is ruined," he protested.

            "It will have to do," replied Larx. "Now you guys go on ahead. We'll meet you when you swing back."

            "Be careful," Artemis said weakly.

            Kiffy approached the bag, attempting to pick it up, then realized the nectar-soaked parchments were much heavier than he expected. Liffon's brow became a single line, his favorite expression of annoyance. He lifted one side up, indicating Kiffy should follow suit. The other ruby-throat flushed in embarrassment, and the pair took flight. The bag was much heavier than Liffon expected.

            "Come on, slowpokes," Cirrus mocked. "Get a move on!"

            Maybe you should come carry this, then, idiot, Liffon thought.

            The trio arrived at the checkpoint much slower than they expected, but then again, two of them were lugging a nectar-soaked bag full of wish scrolls. Cirrus fluttered to the top of the shelter, surveying the area, before proceeding inside. Liffon would have normally said something snappy about how heavy the bag was, but the weight of the bag caused him to gulp for air, making it impossible to speak. Not only that, but the concentration required to carry his half of the bag made it impossible to even think of anything snappy to say.

            "Where is everyone?" Cirrus asked, peering around the shelter as Liffon and Kiffy set the bag on the veranda with a grunt. Liffon said nothing, resting to catch his breath for a few moments.

            The door-less entryway, something unusual for a checkpoint shelter, rose about two feet high, which was more than enough for just about any employee of the Carriers' Association. He took a few steps inside and glanced around. Everything appeared normal. The desk, built into the wall, stood at the left of the entryway, the stacks of leaves and parchment scraps in neat piles, notes and memos scrawled over them to remind those to do this or that on their shift or who to expect on the routes coming through. There was a small resting perch stand across the room for any birds that needed to relax before leaving to continue their routes. But there was one thing missing - the staff.

            If memory served him correctly, Liffon knew this checkpoint was normally run by the Tachycineta (also called "The Tacky Brothers" due to their attraction to exceptionally odd decoration) brothers, Ethrup and Horton. Like most of the checkpoint staffers, the two tree swallows were outgoing and friendly, able to strike up a conversation with just about anyone. There would have been no reason for them to leave their post, unless something major happened.

            "There's no one here," Cirrus added as Kiffy wiped his feet on the grass mat at the door. He had taken the scrolls out and placed them on the veranda to dry, hoping they wouldn't be so moist in a few hours. "We should look around."

            "Genius," Liffon commented.

            Cirrus' expression turned from surprise to anger in less than a second.

            "What is with you? You have been nothing but rude since we started this assignment!" he snapped back.

            "Alright, I'm sorry," Liffon mocked. "I'll try to understand your brain is the size of a mustard seed."

            "Why you...!" Cirrus fluffed his feathers, making himself nearly twice his already large size. Before he could say anything else, Kiffy was between the pair, pushing against Cirrus' chest to prevent him from advancing.

            "Stop it!" he shouted. "We have two teammates waiting for us, and a bag of soaked scrolls that will be ruined if they aren't dry by sundown! There is no need to start fighting!"

            Cirrus glared at Liffon, but reduced his feathers so he returned to normal size.

            "Right, because my only chance at being a Carrier is ruined," Liffon replied, soberly. Cirrus opened his beak to say something, but decided against it. Liffon may be a brat, but even Cirrus knew when it was best to let someone rant. "Ever since I was small, by brothers and sister always bragged about how they were Carriers and if I did well enough I could work under them. Well, they will work under me someday!" He turned to check the scrolls, but found they were still damp. "Now, not only will we fail this test, but my chances of even being considered are down the hole."

            Kiffy was surprised at this response, even if he didn't react. This was the most he had heard Liffon say since they had met.

            "Being a Carrier isn't about ranks," Kiffy offered, taking a few steps toward the sitting perches to pick up some scattered parchment. "It's about being a part of something bigger than yourself."

            Liffon turned to Kiffy and was surprised he wasn't even looking at him. It was as if these kinds of things were things Kiffy said without any effort. Cirrus watched as the words struck home, softening Liffon's expression. While Liffon was the last person to even show any emotion besides anger, occasionally something actually rang true.

            "Fine," Liffon conceded. "Let's find out what happened to the staff.

The companions searched the house-like building, but for the first ten minutes, their efforts were fruitless. They even searched the under-porch storage, but found nothing at all. Their only lead came in the form of a trail of blue feathers Cirrus spotted leading deeper into the woods. A small cry reached his ears and he started.

            "This way," he instructed, beckoning the other two.

            Taking the lead, Cirrus spotted a blue pile tucked away in a leafless bush, the lack of green mirroring the rest of the forest. He approached slowly as the other two fluttered slightly behind.

            "Hello?" he called to the blue pile.

            "Help...attacked...Horton dead...across..." came the fractured reply.

            That was enough for Cirrus. He shot across the space between them. "What happened? Where's your brother?"

            Ethrup looked up at Cirrus hazily as Liffon and Kiffy approached. He tried to lift his wing to point at something, but the little effort seemed to much a task for the injured swallow. Cirrus peered in the direction Ethrup had tried to point, and was forced to avert his eyes from the bloody pile of blue and white feathers.

            "Alright, Liffon," Cirrus said, taking command. His expression was grim, but determined. "You're the fastest flier. Go back to the courtyard and tell them what happened. Tell the nurse and her staff where we are. Don't forget about Arti."

            "Try some comfrey to stop the bleeding," Liffon added. If he would have stayed one second more, he would have seen the surprised expression on Cirrus' face. But he was off like an arrow, waiting not even a half second more.

            Within minutes he reached Larx and Artemis, resting in the brush just off the path.

            "Liffon!" Larx exclaimed, watching him approach. "Where are the other two?"

            He took a minute to catch his breath, the replied. "No time to explain. Can you fly, Artemis?"

            "A little. Not very fast," she answered quietly.

            "Good enough," he nodded. "You two fly back to the courtyard." Without waiting for a reply, he was off. To this day, Liffon never recalled a time he had flown faster.

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