By Norman Hepburn Baynes
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Sheren shifted her hands to her leather-clad hips, leaning closer to her side of the mirror-scry so she could peer through to the Nightfall side as if it were merely a window. "You are the one making this demand? Whatever for? " Kor tried not to flush too much. He kept his answer short and to the point. "It's a matter of Prophecy. " Sheren's age-whitened brow lifted even higher. " "I have no idea what shilonking is, and somehow I don't think I want to know," Kelly said to the Guardian of Menomon, "but I do know you don't have much choice in the matter.
Something dangerous, too, if it could spy on his fellow Councilors. But he didn't want the Council to know about this just yet; trade negotiations with Nightfall were finally proceeding smoothly, and an Artifact this potentially dangerous would only make things bad again. Nor did he want the Nightfallers to have access to a mirror that would allow them to spy upon Councilors, either. The safest place for it would be in his own possession. All Lord Consus wanted was a smooth-running, profitable Empire.
Byzantine Studies and Other Essays by Norman Hepburn Baynes