By David Cook
Little did Teldin Moore recognize there has been lifestyles past Krynn's moons--until a crashed spelljamming send demolished his farm and adjusted his lifestyles. With a demise alien's magical cloak and cryptic phrases, Teldin fast discovers that he's a favored fellow with killers and cutthroats.
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He practically shouted. "Wear it. Now," the stranger insisted. With her one hand, she tried to place the cloak around his neck, wincing in pain to roll free of the purple fabric. " Teldin was more puzzled than frightened by her determination. "Take it," she demanded even more urgently. "Why-no, explain why," Teldin said, refusing her, as his prudent nature asserted itself. " the woman-thing said more fiercely than before. She bared her teeth with a certain savage fury, but the fire in her eyes grew even weaker.
The almost triangular face was drawn, yet kept a compelling aspect. Everything about the face was thin-narrow lips, sharply cut nose, pointed ovals for eyes. Bands of dark makeup ran above and below the eyes and were drawn out in whorls at the outer corners. She was exotically handsome, vaguely masculine, yet clearly not, and, even unmoving, seemed endowed with more grace than any man. A sticky, warm wetness dripped through Teldin's fingers as he lifted her head. Dark blood matted her hair from a gash in the side of her skull and ran down Teldin's arm as he tried to lay out the body.
Teldin's voice became louder and higher until it was almost a hysterical shout. He pressed the blade against the giffs skin to emphasize his point. The giff hesitated with his answer until a little more pressure from Teldin encouraged a response. "You killed and robbed my captain. It is my duty and honor to protect her. " Teldin asked in disbelief. " "You wear her cloak," the giff answered, as if that was all the proof needed. " Teldin's voice was rising to hysteria again. Without dropping his guard on the giff, Teldin pointed to the body of the female he had pulled from the wreckage.