Under Fallen Stars (Forgotten Realms: The Threat from the Sea, Book 2)
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out what it is?” Jherek strained to see through the spyglass, riding out the rise and fall of Black Champion’s deck. He spotted the coarse leather tarps the crew was spreading out across the decks. “Tarps?” Azla repeated, pushing herself to the railing and hanging onto the rigging above. “What in the Nine Hells would they do that for?” “Look!” Sabyna called from below. She pointed. “Something’s happening to the volcano.” Jherek turned his attention to the smoldering tower of rock behind
understand the forces that had pulled him there. He reached out for the voice inside his head, opening himself up to it, wanting it to fulfill its promise. Only emptiness rang inside his skull. Jherek gazed down at the deck, watching Sabyna walk away. The ship’s mage had her arms wrapped tightly around herself. She never looked up at him. A heaviness he’d never felt lay on the young sailor’s heart. He couldn’t make sense out of anything, and in that moment, knowing how little control he had
nothing. “I’d call your attack a success.” “Except that every city and country along the Sword Coast is going to be more interested than ever in the Nelanther Isles,” Falkane said. Iakhovas smiled at the pirate captain. “I thought you took pride in the amount of the bounty offered for your head, Captain Falkane. Surely that amount will go up once the Sword Coast learns you were involved in the attack.” A smile spread across Falkane’s thin lips. The yellow light from the lanterns mounted on
will of Sekolah was true or false, she would know in only a short time. However it turned out, she chose to put her faith in the Shark God. She watched the battle in rapt attention. The manta ray scooped up the paralyzed victim on its next pass, gulping him down effortlessly as well. It flipped its wings again and swam for the outskirts of the amphitheater. Before it could reach the edges high over the gathered crowd, four sharks under the control of the sahuagin guards swam to meet it.
threw himself backward. At her side, the raggamoffyn swirled into a sudden mass of whirling cloth fragments and sped at another pirate. Parrying a sword thrust, Glawinn screamed soundlessly at Jherek, yelling at him to go. Hesitation held the young sailor only for a moment. He didn’t want to desert his friends, and didn’t like the idea of leaving Sabyna to fend for herself at all, but in the end if he didn’t reach his objective, he’d risked their lives for nothing. A pirate came at him, sword