"You saw an undead? Aren't those supposed to have died out after the first invasion?" I asked him.
He looked at me, smiled, then shook his head. Although I had heard from many of my peers as I was growing up, that undead were but legend, and that since the arrival of the Seraphs, dark magic had all but been vanquished... I believed him.
I finished my tea, leaned forward and put the mug back on the table by the bed. The old cleric hadn't touched his drink since he began the story, I was starting to wonder if it had gotten cold, but I let him continue the tale.
Konor and Coldrin continued into the forest. The starlight was hidden above the dense canopy of the darkened trees. Coldrin lit the way by raising his hammer and illuminating it with light, but still the darkness surrounded them, and beyond the reach of the light, Konor had no idea what creatures lie in wait.
Sorkara led them to a cave at the bottom of a small ravine. The thick, yet unnatural moss and plant life surrounding them p