Amora walked towards the final door within the special basement of the chapel. As she approached the door, she felt the pulsing energy on the other side. She opened the door and walked towards an altar that had many symbols on it. Amora pressed her hand on it and heard a small clunk. The altar began to sink and the waterfall before her spread apart to reveal another door. She opened it and walked in. This room contained various weapons, scrolls and books. Amora closed the door behind her and walked towards the main desk. She knelt before going to the desk.
"Grand Master, please give me a sign. Please show your energy to me." Amora got up and walked towards the desk to take a seat. Her old master had died years ago but he was able to leave an imprint of himself in the room, giving him the ability to appear only in this room. The old man appeared and smiled at Amora.
"You have gotten far larger and stronger since I last saw you. I know that my visits come less frequently. My energy is slowly fading away. I may have a few more centuries before I completely fade away Amora." She smiled grimly and looked at him in the eyes.
"This is quite shocking master. I was told that it wouldn't fade." He walked around to look at everything she had brought into this room.
"Amora, everything can't last forever. Look at the King and Queen. Blessed their souls for such a terrible event to happen. There will always be a fate that will end everything or at least something child." Amora cringed as she heard someone's voice trying to communicate with her.
"Soliders are heading to Farverdin. I don't know how they know we are headed there but we have to get there before they do so we can warn the people there.!!" Amora stood up from her seat and looked at her master.
"Master, I must go. Trouble has risen." Her master smiled and held up his fist.
"Of course child. This is your city of course, do everything and anything you must to protect it." Amora ran out of the room and quickly headed towards the outside of the chapel. As she ran, she heard all the doors closing behind her. She was still shocked that the spell her master had put on that place was bound to fade away. Amora shook the thought from her mind and continued to run. She would try to spend as much time as she could with him and enjoy there visits since there were going to be in short supply. Amora smiled as she reached the front entrance of the chapel. I am the sun, the moon and the rain. Born under the blood red moon, no action or deed will go in vain. Amora made a cloud and headed towards headquarters to see the Admiral. She knew they had to be very prepared since it was the Emperor's guards coming to attack. Amora headed towards what looked like a fortress inside the city of Farvadin. She got off her cloud when she reached the front entrance. Two guards saluted Amora and brought her into the fortress. The Admiral had been in a large room where the main center table was filled with maps and plans. Amora saluted the admiral and walked towards the table.
"Permission to speak Sir." The Admiral nodded and looked at Amora.
"At ease, speak young one." Amora relaxed and looked at the plans and maps on the table.
"I have just gotten word that the army that belongs to the Blood King, are coming this way Sir. I have been traveling with a group previously and I think we may have caused a bit of trouble along the way." The admiral chuckled.
"How like you Amora. You brought something great towards our home." Amora looked towards the ground in disappointment.
"My apologies Sir. Things just began to happen." He smiled and looked at the map.
"Think nothing of it child. I am assuming now that there close if they left not much after you and your group had." He paused and looked at Amora. "Who was in the group?" Amora searched through her memories to think of who was in there.
"I believe they were a rebel group, with one of the King's previous pets and another stranger that had joined them before I Sir." The admiral shook his head and began to shuffle through his papers.
"It was about time a rebel group began. I won't stand for another Blood King to exist. We need a plan since they are coming." Amora looked at his papers and thought of a plan.
"Well, Sir, if I may interrupt, I know that we strongly believe a Blood King should not exist, we should remain a neutral country to hide what our true intentions are. The King will want to come into the city to search for the group and keep guard till they feel the group has gone or not. We should allow them to come in, search the city and guard it. We must not let them know we can be hostile towards them since they could start a war." The admiral nodded at her plan.
"Everyone with that plan?" All the soldiers who were with him previously nodded at her plan.
"Alright men, gather your weapons but only bring one. We have no intention of hurting or starting any kind of fight. I must stay near since the King could be arriving soon." Amora smiled and then began to communicate back with the girl.
"No need to alarm people. It will cause them to panic. I have warned the admiral and we have come up with a plan. We are gathering some men to guard the fortress within the city and to watch over the King. We don't want a fight to escalate into a war."