Musa smiled as he removed the headgear of the assassin under his control. A pretty girl with disbelief in her eyes and a serious frown on her face glared at Musa.
Jide finished his sword routine with his great sword balanced vertically before him and the broadside of the sword facing forward. The sword was heavy for anyone who was not a mage and had been picked up along the way on their journey.
“So here is what we are going to do from now on.” Musa said as he turned towards Jide. “You are going to continue training your ability as it can help us ward of danger. In addition, I will teach you how to fight, but we only have this bastard sword and I only know the basics of swordplay.
Nnenna pushed against the third plank of the rafter and noticed it give way with some effort. She could already sense the book and parchments inside the hidden space so she reached directly for it.
Nnenna awoke to the sounds of a throaty purr beside her. She opened her weary eyes and saw the reptilian tiger, “Hey Kayto, did you help me out again? So, where are we now?”