Well since that worm got rid of my fic. I’m so glad I had it saved to my hard drive already. Well here it is (again) the first part to my fic [b]The Blazing Elite[/b]. I’ll have the next couple of sectoons up in a day or two, if I get some good response.
[b]The Blazing Elite[/b]
Scorching heat. It was everywhere. It surrounded the aging, yet still powerful warlock. Yet there was nothing he could do to quell this raging inferno, for it was created by a dark magic. The likes of which he had never seen before in his sixty-eight years of being.
Appearing from nowhere, directly in the flames, was a dark figure. The only part of this figure that was clearly visible to the elderly warlock was his eyes; the rest of him was hidden by the intense heat. These eyes were most vivid; haunting shade of purple he had ever seen. They were focused on something but the warlock was not sure whether they were focused on him, or something deeper, like his soul, or his magic energy.
“SO WE FINALLY MEET,” boomed the mysterious figure, “YOU KNOW YOU ARE A VERY HARD WARLOCK TO TRACK DOWN, DREYGO!”
“What in the name of Goddess Errata are you? And what do you want from me?” cried the warlock with a fake courage, which he wished he truly had.
“MY NAME IS OF NO IMPORTANCE TO YOU. THE REASON I HAVE COME IS TO TAKE YOUR POWERS AND ADD THEM TO MY OWN. MAKING ME INVINCIBLE! HAHAHAHA!!” shouted the figure in response.
Thinking quickly, Dreygo knew that there was no way he could battle this thing, especially if it had more spells like this inferno. He realised there was no way to save himself, but maybe there was a way to stop this thing from getting his powers if only he could remember what it was.
“SO ARE YOU READY TO LOSE YOUR POWERS, LIKE SO MANY OTHER WARLOCKS BEFORE YOU, DREYGO.” With that the figure, raised his arms and let lose an unearthly ear-piercing screech. Slowly, his chest was revealed to the warlock, it opened up, split straight down the middle. Inside it was like a mini black hole.
Dreygo could feel the black hole begin to draw forth his magical strength. He knew he only had seconds to spare before the thing could begin to fully drink the magic. Suddenly like lightning, it struck him, the spell that could save his powers from this magic hungry figure.
“Sorry, you monster, but you will not be getting my magic today. Poweret Transfero! Guardium Warrior Matthias!” Even before the words had left his mouth, Dreygo could feel his magic leaving him to find its new host body. He just hoped that his old ally, the Leader of the Blazing Elites, Matthias, could handle the responsibility of his magic.
“WHAT THE FUCK!? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE OLD MAN?” bellowed the figure. He did not fully understand what the warlock had done, but he had felt the sudden absence of his powers. Which normally would have happened, but this time he felt that the powers were mixing with his own, but rather free.
“All I have done is hidden my powers inside a new host. So that you can not get at them,” the elder wizard gave himself a quick mental pat on the back. But that was all he had time for as the raging flames exploded, burning him to mere cinders at the figures command, in the blink of an eye.
Seriously pissed off the figure, turned from where the warlock once stood, and vanished, while silently cursing himself for failing to get the powers he came for. With the figures disappearance, so too did the flames vanish, leaving only the pile of ashes, showing that anything had happened here.
Meanwhile, travelling at a speed faster than the speed of any horse, or dragon, could ever manage, the magic powers searched for the new host that Dreygo had instructed them to find. Unfortunately with the untimely end to the warlock the accuracy of his transfer spell dropped and instead of entering the body of Matthias, they entered someone entirely different altogether. The body of a small peasant boy, named Alexander.