Re: The Necromancer's Pact VIII: The Rising Tide
He had not the words to convince them. Frustration. His hands balled into fists. So he says, softly : "I cannot abide what he's done. But do not take the life of a man lightly."
Only after he utters those words does he realize that he erred. The very solution he proposed, handing him to the Rashemen, would result in his certain death, for he now remembers that they also oppose the Night fervently. And it would slow their critical mission down.
What to do ? Taking a few steps away from the group, he leans on the stone wall, welcoming its coolness, and tilts his head back.
My old characters (I don't game on this board anymore) --- Avatar by Castaras
"Even gods must learn to control their tempers, lest they set a bad example.
The Malazan Book of the Fallen, Steven Erikson