The Fairy Diary Day 228 #TFDbyRWOz2

Meribabell writes:

Rumble directed things while I was unconscious. He had Noralei put in place her barrier to secure things while Navril saw to the resupply of arrows, as all eyes scanned the horizon towards the black crystalline structure. 

Actually I was not inwardly unconscious nor was I here in Laguayil as I explained today – but rather caught up in a dreamlike trance, in which I journeyed to the coast, met a seafaring elf who agreed to sail us up to the land of the dark elves. And strange to say as I saw the ship I was on, it saw me.

Upon coming to, then, a great fuss was made over me by my friends. As I went over the details of my vision, Rumble jumped to the conclusion that we were to leave immediately. I called him back and declared that now was not the time. For in the vision – not only were he and Noralei with me but also Dunfallon. 

My companions understood the implication.

The Fairy Diary Day 59 #TFDbyRWOz2

Meribabell writes:

A constant check with the scroll has yielded nothing. The High Fairy, it seems, for now is not responding. I am left to wonder if he knows about our predicament, or if he even cares. 

I sent Dunfallon out again and he came back immediately with word that the man is still in the same place and appears to be in a trance himself. 

That adds more perplexity to the situation. 

Here I was thinking we had come up against the source of the evil that shrouds in darkness, and now there is a possibility we have discovered another victim instead. 

Neither Rumble nor Dunfallon wanted to approach the man for fear of a trap. But as we discussed our options, my pendant made the decision for us. 

It chose to go to the human’s aid. 

And that is how we met Merlin. 

The Fairy Diary Day 57 #TFDbyRWOz2

Meribabell writes:

We did not want to move for fear that Rumble would miss us if he were to return. I noticed that Dunfallon’s eyes were reddening – perhaps tearing up over his concern for his friend, though more likely on account of his constant scanning for any sign him. (Dunfallon assumed Rumble would remove his invisibility cloak on approach).

Finally we decided we could no longer wait. In the past I had used the pendant to find Rumble, so I called on it again to lead us to our friend. 

We were astonished when it led us back on the path upon which we came. 

And there we found him hovering in the air. Clearly in a trance. 

I was able to break the spell that entranced him. 

But he awoke startled, not knowing us at first. And with no idea where he’d been or what had happened to him.