By Craig Shaw Gardner
Wuntvor has stuck the chilly eye of dying himself, who seeks so as to add the hapless apprentice to his morbid minions...
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Being a giant isn’t easy. There’s not a lot of us around. ” “Good idea,” I replied to the large warrior. “I fear Death is near us still. ” Hendrek left my side, motioning for Jeffrey, Snarks and Norei to accompany him. “I suppose that’s why I fell in with Mother Duck,” the giant went on. “She was very good at giving orders. ” Hendrek strode forward into the dead forest, the other three forming a tight-knit group behind him. They were a formidable unit. Between Hendrek’s club, Jeffrey’s teeth and claws, Norei’s spells and Snarks’s sharp tongue, they should be able to defeat almost anything thrown against them.
Norei was right behind me, flanked by the unicorn and the talking wolf. Guxx and Brax were next, the salesdemon grasping his drum, ready to beat at a moment’s notice. The Seven Other Dwarves followed them, while Hubert took up the rear with Alea perched upon his scaly blueish-purple neck. We had been quite spread out when we had begun our march toward the fog, but now the rear guard seemed to be catching up with the front ranks, so that we were all in a bunch, threatening to trod on each other’s feet at a moment’s notice.
Death screamed. ” But Damsel and Dragon had already started to shuffle back and forth. I knew a song could not be far behind. Unfortunately, I was correct: “There’s something in the air that’s pretty scary, The sun is gone, the wind’s contrary! ” “Say, Damsel,” Hubert remarked. ” “Say, Dragon,” Alea interjected. ” Death pleaded. ” The specter turned to me. ” Hubert chortled triumphantly. “See, Damsel, I knew we could win him over! We simply have to face it. ” Death insisted. ” Hubert laughed again.
A Disagreement with Death by Craig Shaw Gardner