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Mathias and Berwald had been noticeably lagging since you made that purchase of pyreberries. The berries must have possessed an addictive property for dragons because they wouldn’t stop eating them behind you. Several times you had to tell them to remember and save some for the Eye of the Topaz Blizzard when he got his body back, but alas, even Berwald with his everlasting concern for his friend could not resist the temptation of the spicy treats.
“Please, ________________, make them stop,” Tino seemed to whine. “There won’t be any left for me if this keeps up.”
Really, Tino? Is it that big a deal? You looked back to make sure the dragons were still in your sights. In a place this crowded and dangerous, you needed to make sure they were close at all times. Still, as you checked up on them, you thought there was a reasonable amount of pyreberries still in stock. The jar had cost you a pretty pouch of gold, so the least the d
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The terrain changed from early winter snows to a vast array of sickly needle trees, dried brush, and crisp winds without rain or snow in sight. The caravan passed through mountains with glistening gray rocks and marble veins, rapid waterfalls that blasted through weathered stone, and cliffs that appeared to be soaring above the clouds in a sea of white.
Here, the air was thin, and your head began to feel dizzy and faint. Like a growing weight, your heart grew progressively heavier until you thought you would topple over. Often, you had to lie down and take a rest, being unused to the high climates here in the far east.
How quickly the region seemed to change in such a short amount of time! One moment, you remember staring at nothing but barren landscapes, the next, the entire world seem fleshed out with foliage, strange miniature wildlife, and clouds and needle trees to no end. The smells were different than back home, and the dragons were using their time to take in as mu