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Part III

Ioth

Chapter 26

 

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Author:D. P. Woolliscroft [Woolliscroft, D. P.] , Date: June 22, 2019

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Author:D. P. Woolliscroft [Woolliscroft, D. P.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Amazon: B07RZ452G6

Goodreads: 44292902

Publisher: D. P. Woolliscroft

Published: 2019-06-19T16:00:00+00:00
Part III

Ioth

Chapter 26

The Sapphire Sea

Excitement. Terror. Apprehension. Vomit.

These were the things that washed over Alana during their first few hours at sea. She’d never been out past the harbor wall before, even though her dad was a sailor. The only time she’d been on the water was in a little row boat. Thankfully, after disposing of her breakfast—mostly over the side of the ship, but also some of it down her nice dress—she’d felt fine and she’d gotten used to the swaying of the ship. It was also a good excuse to get out of her posh frock (as Mrs. Skrudd had called it) and into some traveling clothes that seemed much more appropriate for life onboard ship; there were way too many things around that your skirt could get caught on, and its width made it difficult for the crew to get around her.

Alana still could not quite believe that she had been selected to be the ambassador for this trip to Ioth. Getting an agreement was so important that if she thought about it too much it made her hands shake and her breath quicken. And not having Petra around to discuss it with felt strange, like she was going on this adventure with part of herself missing.

Being a passenger onboard ship, she quickly realized, could be remarkably dull. She tried talking to Crews. He told her how The Darting Seal was ‘the fastest ship on the Sapphire Sea’ and even tried to explain how all of it worked; but it was much more complicated than she had imagined. Oh, she understood the basic concepts fine—sail catches wind, wind pushes boat—but how you actually did all that with the pulleys and the ropes and the people and the angles was quite arcane. She’d need to study that much more if she was to understand half of what the Admiral was saying. But she smiled and nodded nonetheless, and made the mental note to avoid talking boats with him again.

Thankfully she had other ways to pass the time. Alana was very happy to have Motega, Florian and Trypp on board. They had been secreted aboard and would be disembarking before Ioth, but it meant that Alana could continue her training with Florian in the mornings. The smaller confines of the scrap of deck they could use made for the interesting challenge of being aware of the terrain—or at least that was what Florian said. Mareth had also sent Dolph to be her personal bodyguard, and he watched on while Florian gave instructions or sparred with her, occasionally tutting or shaking his head. On the fourth day out of Kingshold, it had gotten to Florian and she was sure for a moment that it was going to end in a fight, but Florian had instead reminded Dolph that he’d be back to being substitute teacher in a few weeks and could do whatever the hell he liked then.

Two hours each morning was spent training. She loved the exertion, the focus on the physical, and learning to read her opponent.

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