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Then Cybella hunched over the still glowing coals. "Give me your hand," she said. I reached out and she grasped me with a force that seemed impossible for so slight a creature. She plunged my hand into the fire and I winced in anticipation of the burning heat, but I felt nothing. Instead, the world around me shifted as if the petals of a flower peeling back or leaves being blown from a dying tree. Above, the sky was dark not as night but instead as if blocked by the roof of a cave. A a cave built with sharp fragments of black stone. And around us, for she stood with me in this harsh place, was no[ught but] vast emptiness devoid even of<missing>earth beneath our feet. "A[t last, "] she said. 'The shield has s<missing>[ the] Limina. Made them hollow."[I unders]tood. Above me in the sky a [single st]ar shone. It grew brighter [and brighter] and then enveloped the s<missing> I wondered to myself if this was what its dying breath [would] look like to us mortals. She r[eleased m]y hand and we were huddled o[nce more] around the campsite. This vi[sion had] disturbed me greatly. I real[ized that] our journey not been on[e of expl]oration or discovery, but in[stead of ] destruction. I was betrayed.
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