Apparently, Jide had seen enough of the future and knew that Hafis energy burst was about to run out. So he did what he was born to do and read the exact time limit of the burst ability and delayed just long enough.
“Now let me tell you a story on how I found out about magical beast and external Mages…” the old man said as he stroked the horned serpent who floated around him, pausing for a moment to let the group in the clearing recover from their shock.
Jide was tied up and blindfolded in the back of a carriage driven by Abdul and Ladi as they headed towards the secret headquarters of the clan. Although he could have told them that he had already seen the surrounding mountains of their hideout in one of his visions…
Two days after Musa had left for his clan, Jide had just finished looking through his notes where he recorded his visions, when two figures stepped out of the shadows and approached the door of his room in the Warrior’s Hut.
At the Abacha clan’s mountain headquarters, the throne hall was in complete state of shock and silence at the appearance of the shadow hawk that was cloaked in darkness.