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Descent of Darkness [Immortal Sun Mist Emperor 2] By ImperialSun Characters: 10496

Updated: 2019-06-27 10:54


*Sowk*

"Hey, Aya, what would you like to eat?" I asked as we walked down a wide street. The sound of shuffling footsteps and idle chatter filled the air while tantalizing smells waft the immediate area.

"Not sure," he said, looking around the place.

For some reason parts of this town looked awfully familiar, but I couldn't possibly have been here before.

"Does this place ring a bell to you?" Aya asked as if he had read my mind.

"Y-yeah... you too?"

He nodded. "Yeah, but I'm not sure why. As far as I can recall, I have never left the islands until my voyage to Nine Petal a couple months ago."

"Odd..."

"Aya!" Orion yelled, running with a bundle of cotton candy. "Want some? I bought a ton."

Ayawamat narrowed his eyes at him. "Why did you follow us? Shouldn't you be following Yuzuki?"

His face blushed. "I'm not some love sick puppy..."

Aya scoffed. "Like I would believe that."

I giggled. "Yeah. It's obvious you like Aya!"

Orion blinked. "Huh?"

Ayawamat sighed. "Ignore her, Ori."

I laughed. "So you're calling him 'Ori' now to his face."

He grumbled.

Orion snickered. "It's nice that you're calling me Ori again. Wait, so does this mean we're friends again?" he asked with an upbeat smile.

"No," Aya snapped. He avoided his gaze.

"Don't listen to him, 'Ori'. Aya here cares deeply about you. He even got all worked about Hal's poison."

"Really?" Orion asked, his eyes seeming to twinkle. "I knew you were still the same old Aya!"

"Don't call me that!" he snapped, glaring at his childhood friend.

"Hmm? So does that mean Aya here worried a lot about you?" I asked.

"That applies to you too!"

Orion laughed.

Ayawamat formed a fist. "Stop laughing or I'll beat you up!"

He gradually stopped. "S-sorry, it's just reassuring to see you care."

My sorta-friend grumbled.

"Such a Tsun," I whispered close to his ear.

"Buzz off!" Aya said, glaring at me.

I snickered. "That only makes me want to tease you more!" I said, grinning as I walked ahead of him.

"H-help!" a voice called out.

"That was Rhys!" Orion said, glancing around the crowded street.

"He should be with my cousin," Ayawamat said. He took out a black flip phone and dialed a number. "Tahoma, aren't you with Rhys? What? He wandered off? Well, I think he's nearby us. He shouted for help."

"Rhys, where are you?" I called out. I stared at the crowd which looked around in confusion. We could hear the kid, but he was nowhere in sight...

I gasped as I saw some figures dash into an alley. "Guys, I'm going to go on ahead. You continue to look here," I said before rushing in.

"Alright!" Ayawamat yelled.

The alley I had ran into suddenly grew quiet. There was a strange, yet familiar energy around it. I turned around and saw that the exit was blocked off by a wall of darkness.

"This is a trap," I said, clenching my hands into fists. "They lead Rhys here on purpose. This has to be a dead end alley."

The walls shifted as if they were part of a desert mirage.

"You're coming with us," a voice echoed.

"No, let go of me! I don't want to go back! I rath

gasped. "Wait, you know about my powers?"

I scoffed. "Of course I do. I had my suspicions when healing magic failed to work on you when you were a child. To be honest, that was the real reason I tried to stop you from attending that school. Ulissis, you aren't like them. You aren't a mage. Instead you're an anti-mage, their worst nightmare. Once they see you as a threat, they won't hesitate to eliminate you."

My son gulped. "I know, but I can protect myself. Plus my friends are there for me."

"Perhaps, but who you should be wary of is Obringo."

"No need to tell me that, he tried to hurt Alto. If it weren't for my anti-magic, I probably wouldn't be standing here right now. He was furious that I stood up to him."

The corners of my mouth rose. "So that's the extent of your powers."

He turned away. "There is a limit to my powers, though."

"Right, I saw," I said, recalling the first battle of the survival event. My right hand squeezed his shoulder. "But you finally have something. Continue to train your body and you won't lose to any mage. Not even the Magus Maximus."

My child smiled. "I can only dream." His smile faded a bit. "Dad, are you okay?"

"Yeah, why do you ask?"

"You seem off. Think this is the first time we talk like this."

My eyes glanced up at the shimmering stars above. "Is it? Well, don't worry, Ulissis, I'm fine. I simply felt like talking to you as a father. It's... something I didn't get to enjoy with mine," I said, standing up.

The golden armor around me folded and retracted until only my shoulders were covered. The armor was the only thing I had of my father. He had given it to my mother for her own protection.

"Anyway, let's go. Your mother and siblings must be waiting for us."

"Okay!" he said, chasing after me. His hand reached out for mine. He had a large, child-like grin on his face. It was both heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time.

**Solar Note: Hope that you enjoyed the chapter :). Only fifteen more chapters and the epilogue left in this story :3. Thoughts? Theories? Predictions?**

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