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Aridike's Tale Ch. 13-15CHAPTER 13:
The two let the night leave on that bombshell and got some sleep. In the early hours of the morning, they set off once again for Hrunek's fortress. After a few hours, of which the two ran silently, they saw a structure on the horizon, and slowed to keep their presence unknown.
They took measure of the citadel of the new Knights: it was a large, domed structure, maybe 20ft tall and 40ft around, made from thick slabs of beige stone. There were only four entrances that they could see; four large, metal doors on the sides of the dome. Aridike and Bayzon began the execution of their plan.
Aridike walked up to the closest door an
Aridike's Tale Ch. 10-12 CHAPTER 10:
Aridike had hiked down to an area on the edge of the industrial sector where it and the bazaar collided: a bustling workplace, where tall smokestacks loomed over the few vendors who mostly sold food to the loitering public. A perfect place to stake out.
Aridike found a nice bench near an obviously popular vendor who was selling some kind of fruit. There were many crates of the blue-ish green, spiky fruits, being sold by the pound. Aridike took a relaxing position and watched the many bustling Matoran and Agori pass by. Then, one caught his eye.
It was a short Le-Matoran with shifty eyes and a large sli
Aridike's Tale: Ch. 7-9 CHAPTER 7:
When Aridike had finally learned the history and happenings on this new world, Spherus Magna, he was quite excited; a whole new world for him to explore. He decided to ask Artakha about the Vahi. He told him of his predicament, being an Artificial Toa, and the paradox involved.
Artakha told him that the Mask of Time, and other powerful masks, were kept in a secret vault in Onu-Maras that only Order members and Toa on the Council could access. He apologized to Aridike, and told him that there was no way he was getting the Vahi.
Aridike pleaded with Artakha, as there had to be some way, or else he wouldn't have become a Toa i
Aridike's Tale: Ch. 4-6 CHAPTER 4:
He was finally out of supplies by the eighth day, and forced to go towards the robot-mountain. He walked cautiously near the side of the giant robot, looking for any sign of life or village of some sort. He soon reached the space between the two robots; a patch of desert, several hundred yards across.
He walked across the desert, looking for signs of life. There were a few scorpion-like Rahi around the sand, but nothing else. Soon, nearing the base of the mountain, he reached what appeared to be village gates, with two guards on duty, brandishing metal spears. They looked like Matoran, but there was something different abo
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