Kiph was silent. Having checked and rechecked his gear, the fatebringer’s beady eyes darted from Ceres to Riv to Brevil and back to Ceres again.
G’kraun, surprisingly Kiph did not fear the grotesque abominations. He had severed their limbs with his machete the first time, and trusted his superior speed. Ceres laid the plan, Kiph would do his part with maniacal precision, and Riv had proven to be up to the task as well. The fire-loving killer warmed Kiph's heart.
No, the G’kraun were not what Kiph feared, despite all of Brevil’s dire warnings.
He glanced at Dr. Cornell again. His plan seemed as good as any to Kiph. He would need to speak with the good doctor soon though. He needed to speak to someone. His onrush of returning memories were driving the youngster to a perilous mental edge, and he feared he would plunge fully down the ravine of lunacy if he did not speak with someone.
Twitching, every nerve ending pulsating with raw energy, Kiph remained strangely silent. He was ready to fight and to kill. But the prospect of facing his own unbidden memories, was proving more than Kiph could handle. Soon, he would snap.
Welcome back to Bleakwood, Kiph heard himself muttering.