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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All of them stared forward, into the fog. Hubert blinked, slowly. I looked down into the pocket of my jerkin. The Brownie appeared wedged inside, hands covering his tiny cap, as if he never wanted to look up into the light of day again. “Doo—“ Hendrek began, but was unable to finish the word. Something awful was happening! “—Wuntvor—“ The fog called my name instead. ” Then all eight of them began to snore. Indeed, I thought. Why bother? The fog encircled us. In a matter of minutes, it would cover us as well.
I motioned my companions to huddle together. “What am I do to? Death demands a bargain. ” “We could offer the creature a sharp blow to the head,” Hendrek suggested, hefting his cursed warclub, which no man could own but could only rent. It was the weapon called Headbasher, that stole the memories from men. ” Norei frowned. ” Hendrek nodded thoughtfully. ” Death shrieked behind me. “You know what I desire. ” another voice boomed theatrically. The earth shook as Damsel and Dragon bounded into the clearing.
My master’s life depended on it! And the lives of my companions as well! Death would have to try harder still to defeat Wuntvor, the Eternal Apprentice. Not even something as insidious as a cursed fog could defeat me! Or could it? I blinked; a movement that took all my concentration. I knew what was troubling us at last, but I also knew I had no energy left to defeat it. I had used up all my reserves in one last burst of defiant thought, leaving me filled with the lethargy of death. And it looked like my other compan- ions, Norei included, were in a worse state still.
A Disagreement with Death by Craig Shaw Gardner