Communication can go a long way, but sometimes you’re just not ready to talk.
Reconciliation and doubt. An enlightening dichotomy.
Jeron and Sylus have a lot to catch up on. A lot to say and a lot to feel. Some time away from home might help.
Sylus is ready to meet his fate at the end of his journey, but Qaitax insists he understands Saari’s life a bit more.
Jeron & Daniel remain trapped in a bomb shelter. The second they step outside, they learn how dangerous the world has become.
Sylus stands face-to-face with Qaitax. The time has come, but a new obstacle arises. Saari, Qaitax’s ward, is suddenly introduced to the plan. Can Sylus find common ground with the immortal Void Witch?
Henley was never as he seemed.
Doubt is cast over Qaitax.
Both the truth & Sylus’ sanity are unraveling. Is the price he must pay to protect his family too great? Will doubt and fear win out?
Sylus struggles to come to terms with himself and his future.
Qaitax pleads his case to an unsympathetic crowd. Jeron and Daniel struggle to accept the Voidlord’s intentions.
All the while, Henley is waiting.
Everything is coming apart. The worst anyone could imagine has finally occurred. What happens from this point on, will shape the course of mortal existence for the rest of eternity. It’s time a decision was made.
The voice that’s haunted Sylus’ mind and dreams has a name. Qaitax needs Sylus’ help to escape his ancient prison, but he’s no fool to the whims of mortals. Something must be given for something to be gained.
Sylus is nearly dragged to his death by the haunting call of the Void. As his family springs to his aid, an unlikely being saves him from self destruction. Fear cannot win.