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Her eyelids beat sideways, as if blinking back tears. A ceremony, thought Janostis. To break through? To what? Was this a dragon egg about to be hatched? Or was it a dragon temple? Part of a lost city? Janostis shook his head. Whatever ensorcelment fell upon this land was affecting him as well. Dragons did not build temples, or live in cities, not that he knew of. His studies did say the dramojh built cities, but the dramojh were all dead. Yet their creations weren’t. The medusae. The squamous lir.
Dark shapes now moved beneath the surface like great fish beneath the ice. Janostis felt as though his ears were going to bleed. He struggled to step out onto the surface, but the human miner reached out with his other hand, pulling him back harder this time. Janostis spun in place and bit the human, hard, just above the wrist. The human gave a frightened yip like a disciplined pup, and Janostis was suddenly free. He bounded across the mosaic toward Orthac. And he felt the ground beneath him begin to crackle like ice breaking up in the first thaw.
The squamous lir were not direct creations of the dragons. Rather, the dragons created the demonic dramojh, which in turn created such beings as the slassans and the squamous lir. It was little wonder that lir had information on the creators of their own creators. 68 69 ***** J E F F E N V OY G R U B B The parts of Janostis’ mind warred within him for a moment, as his reptilian companion regarded him, her eyelids blinking slowly like shutters in a soft breeze. The fear rose within Janostis but was matched and then exceeded by his ambition.
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