Imira: You don't have to kill me.

I banged on Asha's door.

Asha! I yelled with my mind, knowing it would be more effective than shouting.

Listen, Asha. You don't have to kill me. I continued when I got no response.

I don't want to kill you. I have a contract to. I'll have to if you're still there when I open the door was the answer I got. She didn't add more. I groaned and walked away.

"Where did those people go?" I asked Harmony.

"That way," said Harmony, pointing.

"Show me please?" I asked. She obliged and we ran into the surrounding forest.

I saw the crowd of people in black. And then...

"Turok," I hissed through my teeth, unable to believe my eyes. "You're supposed to be dead."

"Not that easy to kill me, who ever you are," he replied, the hint of a smile on his face. 

"Go back to the Council, and tell them that Electra sends her greetings and says please stop trying to kill us all. And the Shadow has told us all the start of the Prophecy, so I know it in full now." His eyes widened and he bolted, the people in black melting into the forest. I turned to Harmony, who looked slightly confused.

"Electra?" she said, an air of question in her voice.

"It's my title in the Council. Oh yeah, I didn't tell you about that. I'll explain later. Basically within Council you have a title depending on your power," I explained.

"And what was that about the rest of the Prophecy?"

"I can't recite it here, or anywhere else nearby, for that matter. I can say that tells of others, not just Asha and Jay. I'm not sure, but it's probably the rest of us. It specifies a si- No, I can't say that apparently. I'll try later," I said.

As if I didn't have enough to do, what with Asha on my tail...

The End

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