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Descent of Darkness [Immortal Sun Mist Emperor 2] By ImperialSun Characters: 11409

Updated: 2019-05-21 14:51


[Meanwhile- In another section of Mt. Rios]

I dodged a blue beam and watched as a glacier appeared on the spot it had hit. I looked forward and saw another one coming at me. Someone was sniping at me from the cliff above.

I narrowed my eyes at the rocky protrusion and noticed what appeared to be bits of ice. We were high enough for ice to form, but given they formed a straight line pointing to the direction of where the beam hit, it was a safe bet that the fighter was there.

"Tahoma! There you are!" a familiar voice called out. Or rather a pair of voices.

Approaching me was a pair of black haired, greyish-blue-eyed boys. They were the jokester twins, Tasunke and Tashunka.

"Y-you ran off," they said.

"I felt the presence of someone here," I said, glancing back at the cliff. They hadn't taken another shot after their two failed attempts, but why? Did their spell require a recharge time or was it the casting time that was the issue?

"Hmm, looks like a simple ice beam, though," the twins said as if they had read my mind. One of them reached their hand out to touch the glacier.

"Stop, Tashunka, you'll freeze!" Kachina yelled as she ran up the worn out mountain trail. I was surprised that there was even a trial to this far up the mountain to begin with. Had Mt. Rios once been a sacred site to the people here like how we had Mt. Wahkan?

Tashunka stopped.

"You idiot," his brother said, hitting him upside the head.

"Hey!" Tashunka snapped. He hit Tasunke in return.

"Stop fighting," Kachina yelled. "You're supposed to be fighting the opposing teams!"

"Sorry, Kachi," the two said in unison as they stepped away from one another.

I sighed. "Must've been tough babysitting them all the way up here."

"Indeed it was," Kachina said, taking a deep breath. "Well, now that we're here, how about we start looking for our opponents?"

I glanced back up at the rocky cliff overlooking us. The thin traces of ice had been evaporated away. They had probably moved while I was distracted.

Suddenly red stone tore through the ground. The four of us jumped back

Standing at the origin of the red crystal wall was Haroun.

I removed the wooden totem around my neck. The other two did the same. Bright lights emitted from our hands and blinded Harun.

He jumped back and slammed the ground, raising a wall of ruby between us.

Two figures jumped down from the cliff and ejected blasts of high pressured water out of their hands.

A silver humanoid figure stood in front of the blasts and raised a shield over its head. The shield screeched as it bent under the pressure of the two water beams.

"Argentum!" Tasunke yelled.

"I'm fine," the silver humanoid said as it struggled to fix its bending shield.

"Aurum!" Tashunke yelled. Another humanoid, this one with a golden armored body and with a spear in hand flew up toward the source of the water beams. "Go! Destroy them!"

"I'll leave those Shui clan twins to you two," I said.

"Huh? How do you know it's them?" they asked.

I snickered. "Rather obvious given their attack." Suddenly a small butterfly landed on my shoulder. I gasped. "So Ayawamat wants us to return to camp. We need to obtain Sera and Harun's gems. Sarah and Vermeil are down."

Haroun gasped. "Vermeil..."

I jumped on the back of my familiar, a four-legged dragon the size of a horse and with red fea


The white haired Uanian caught it in his armored hands and dispersed it.

Kachi smiled. "You fell for it."

The Uan stepped back. He touched his head. Right about now he was probably starting to lose his vision. Kachina was an aura mage, meaning her magic had no elemental affinity nor it directly control creatures such as plants, animals, etc. However, she had a way of messing with people's senses by overloading their systems with concentrated energy.

As soon as that Uanian had exploded her sphere, his had sealed his defeat.

"Nui, I warned you about Kachina," Haroun said, staring at his teammate.

"I... didn't think her magic was this potent," Nui said, falling to his knees.

Kachina sighed. It was hard for her to be an aura mage. It was probably the most overlooked magic type in all of Xeleria.

Haroun stared at us. He picked up Nui and threw us a yellow gem.

"Giving up?"

"Yanyu and Sera said to retreat should we face the prospect of an unwinnable battle. I already used up all the tricks I had."

"But this is your last stone," I said.

Haroun smiled. "True, but that doesn't mean that I won't uphold my part of the alliance." His body began to glow bright white. "Can I trust Nui to you?"

"Sure," Kachina said, stepping forward and took Nui from him.

Haroun smiled as he vanished. "Thanks."

I felt a pang in my stomach. Haroun, why did he give up? He said that he was going to continue fighting earlier. Was he too tired? Perhaps Kachina's spell affected him too. He was rather close to Nui when the latter exploded the aura sphere. Or were those words just empty rhetoric after all?

I turned around and saw Tasushu take the jewel from the male knight.

"Brother, no!" his sister yelled as she stabbed Tasushu in the side.

The fusion of the twins smiled and threw the white stone down to us. I jumped up and caught it.

"We're done!" I yelled.

A bright light covered us.

"What's going on?" Kachina said, looking down at her glowing arms.

I looked up at the sky and smiled. "Seems that the others got the necessary stones. We're moving on."

**Solar Note: Hope that you enjoyed the chapter :3. Thoughts? Theories/predictions for what is to come in the next 40 chapters left in this story?**

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