The Familiars

A new, untrained and untried witch must find her way in a chaotic world that needs it's saviors. Through her journeys she comes across two other warlocks that are also journeying to fill the same destiny as she is.


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            My human yelled the spell and we were both pulled back into the Magic Realm.  Looking to my right, I saw my bonded laying on the ground, her head was bleeding and her left leg was even worse off.  The amount of magic that she cast would have killed even a senior wizard.  I grabbed her and hauled her on my back.

            “It’s going to be okay, Valerie, it’s going to be alright.”  I told her as I ran through the forest.  I could feel her life force slipping away so I pushed my Magic into her, trying to sustain her life force.  Just a little father, I thought as I pushed on through the forest.  I had to get to a healer, and quickly.  It was clear my bonded had no idea what she was doing with the Magic Realm.

            Finally, I found the clearing where the healer, Girabalti lived.  She stepped out of her house immediately, catching my bonded as she slid off my back.  I wanted to fight her, but I was too tired.  I tried to fit in the door of her house but it was too small for me to shove through.  Snapping her fingers, she widened the door enough for me to pass through.

            “You will have to leave her with me, Myst if you want her to live.”  I nodded once, telling her that it was okay with me.  I curled up on the mat ready to sleep.

            “Myst, I need you awake to answer some questions for me.”  I forced my eyes open, though I could barely focus on what was in front of me.  All the sudden, I felt a rush of energy pulse through me, heightening my senses once again, and returning me to full strength.

            Thank you, Galbatar.  I thought to the huge bear whose paw was laying on my back, and whose spare energy had rushed through me.  He nodded once and went back to snoring on the opposite side of the rug.

            “Now, explain to me what happen.”  I recounted what had gone down at the edge of the woods while she healed my bonded.  I could feel the warmth begin to radiate from her once more, and energy return to her body. 

            “So she is untrained?  How odd, how curious.”  Girabalti asked more to herself then to me.  Giving me a reassuring smile, she said,

            “Don’t worry, she will be just fine.”

            I owe you my life, great healer.  Thank you for saving my bonded. 

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