“Are you sure about this, sister?” Rayne said as they descended into the hallowed tree, the lanterns glowing dim in the abandoned halls. Kadis leaned over with her bow tight over her shoulder, taking some dirt into her hands and rubbing it together, “Something is here… I know that much.” she said as she rose up, turning to her nervous sister, “Whether it’s that two-headed beast or not, I can’t say…”
Rayne held her staff tight, attempting to use her druidic powers to speak to the roots and the critters that dwelled deep in the Barrow, but all of them lay silent, as if frightened by a great evil. She sighed with frustration, “It couldn’t be possible, the lunar festival ended yesterday. The great beast can’t leave the lake now, Elune would never allow it.” Kadis and Rayne continued on down the tunnel, Kadis keeping her keen eyes open for any movement, “That storm…” she whispered, touching a root which had a deep claw mark. Rayne’s mind turned to the night before, a storm had settled over the sky with clouds so thick that no moonlight could penetrate it. Rayne reached forward, putting her hand on her sisters shoulder, “You don’t think…”
Kadis looked at her and nodded softly, “Whatever it wants down here I dare not wish to see it succeed. We have to stop it while the trail is still fresh.” Rayne attempted to argue the point of getting more to help, but Kadis was no longer listening. Though twins, Kadis was often the much more brash of the two Rayne preferring a more reasoned and careful approach. Rayne shrugged off the anger, her concentration more dedicated to keeping the lingering fear out of her heart.
As they continued down they found the oldest of the Barrows, the empty shrines that once housed the eldest sleeping druids. Kadis walked over the wooden bridge to the central chamber, the lanterns still shining bright above her. She looked around for any further signs of the trail, only to slam her fist into the nearby bench, “It’s gone cold.” Rayne was puzzled, “Cold? How does something that large hide it’s trail!?”
Suddenly the two could feel a rumble, as the earth itself became jolted by a sudden burst of magical power. A bright light shot through one of the deepest halls and engulfing them. “Rayne!” Kadis yelled as she jumped at her sister, the two grabbing hold of each other to help brace for the magical onslaught. “The Lantern is destroyed. We are free…” came a deep, rumbling voice, followed by a bone chilling howl.
Rayne held her sister tight, “We need to get out of here!” she yelled, but neither could move from the powerful vortex. After what felt like ages the vortex of power finally ended, the magical light fleeing through the tunnels back to the surface. The two sisters slowly pulled away from each other, trying to grasp what had just happened, the light of the room now much more dim, the walls seemly surrounded by an unnatural darkness. As the two stood a figure materialized from the dark, “Elves!” it bellowed from it’s maw, eyes glowing red with demonic power. It looked like a worgen, but it’s features matching that of the corrupted beast known as Omen, the one they were hunting. “What in the… Rayne, transform and let’s finish this!” Kadis yelled, pulling up her bow and holding a arrow steady towards the beasts head. She let off the attack, the creature using shadowy power to dodge it with ease. Rayne concentrated, attempting to transform into a beast to help her sister take on the strange creature, “Something is holding back my powers, I can’t seem to…”
Kadis didn’t listen, her mind too focused on keeping up her attacks on the creature. She knew the beast must have found a way to alter it’s form and shed the old influences that made it weak versus the Goddess. She attempted to study it’s movements, planning her next attack, but then something else came to her mind. “Wait… didn’t the beast have two heads? How did it…” was all she could think until the muffled scream caught her attention. She turned, Rayne being held tight be another beast, it’s clawed hand covering her mouth as she struggled, “No!” Kadis yelled as she attempted to raise up her bow, the beast she had been shooting before catching her from behind. She attempted to struggle, but the beast soon brought it’s claws up to her neck, forcing her struggles to stop.
“Chosen of the false goddess…” one said, the other continuing, “… running so quickly into danger.” Kadis looked to Rayne, “Let my sister go! You can kill me! Make an example of me!” she yelled, Rayne struggling to speak herself as the creature kept her silent, “You were once a noble child of Elune, have mercy!” Kadis continued to beg.
“Mercy…” one said again, the other quickly picking it up, “… is for the weak” Kadis felt it reach around with it’s claws, and she was awaiting for her body to be ripped to shreds. “Yet killing you…” one said, “… would serve little purpose.” the other continued. Kadis watched as the other one reached over Rayne, slicing into her garments and forcing them to fall to the wayside with one precise cut. “What… what are you doing?” Kadis said, feeling the clawed hand cut slowly into her armor, slicing it off as if it were made of cloth. She felt a hot sensation as a wet tongue came forth and began to lick her ear.
“We have spent thousand of years…” one spoke, followed close by the other “… at the bottom of the lake.” It pushed both of them down, Rayne catching her breath from being nearly suffocated, her body shivering in the cold. “We carry many hungers…” they continued, “… great hungers…”
Rayne sighed, looking towards her sister as she felt the humanoid beast slide up over her, it’s massive cock rubbing on her exposed pussy, “Why is it anytime I listen to you, I find myself getting fucked on my knees?” Kadis shrugged, her hips feeling the other humanoid beast wrap his arms around her, “Well at least this time it’s a demi-god, so we are moving up I guess…”
Rayne felt the cock slide into her, a gasp crossing her face as she bite her lip, “I swear to the Goddess though, if I give birth to a litter of magic puppies I am so going to kill you.”
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