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Chapter 85 The Wastelands

  • Germaine had been reminiscing on the vast Goblin hall. No one else in their party knew what she had seen except herself. Zar had taken her to mines that stretched to the center of the earth, vaults of hidden treasures - gems, priceless relics, coin enough to make every citizen in the environs wildly rich. There were markets for trading, stages for plays and reenactments, and underground fields of dirt for growing mushrooms and potatoes with light from shafts in the earth.
  • What was most spectacular was the hall of statues. Zar showed her various statutes of different creatures from the past in memorial to date. Statues that portrayed Goblin history as well as the history of other realms. Giant werewolves carved from the earth, both in human form and wolf form. Different creatures from various realms were molded to perfection, and even a few vampires as well, and there was a startling mold representation of Rage.
  • It was so eerie that Germaine could not look it in the eyes. She asked who made them and Zar said it was Goblin craftsmen, fine-tuned with practice over the years, training others to do the same, and so the tradition had continued. Both of them had wandered the vast halls and winding tunnels, and she had asked question after question and he patiently answered each of them.
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