Chapter 36 THE GIFT OF FATE (II)
- For some reason, she had been getting a bad feeling ever since she saw black stains on her diary. At first, she chalked it up to being paranoid and assumed that the stains must have been due to her worsening health as a result of practicing a branch of magic that was as much draining as it was time-consuming. Were it not for her power over time, she would not be able to simultaneously hone her natural gift of Fate so that it was not in any way inferior to her acquired the gift of necromancy.
- However, when she woke up in the basement of the Vischer mansion, she knew that her decision to ignore the black stains on her diary was a mistake. A big mistake that she would pay dearly for.
- Evanora thought she knew what suffering was. But her father exposed her to an entirely new level of suffering. He showed her suffering in its truest sense, the one that is afflicting you from within, and not without.