The Dragon's EyeBook - 2018
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These are more like spoilers than summarizing, because my brain doesn't know how to summarize. :l Read it at your own caution.
Currently captured and being shipped to Zhong, Conor, Meilin, Abeke, and Rollan are woken to screams of sailors being tortured by Cordelia the Kind. Rollan sends a message with Essix to alert the Greencloaks back at Greenhaven what has recently happened. Soon the Greencloaks are led to the palace of Zhong. Right to Empress Song. The leader of the Oathbound and her hired Fakecloaks. The Greencloaks soon learn of Song's intentions. Furious that her spirit animal bond with her legendary water dragon, Seaspray, would not work, for it was said the water dragon could command the water, she searched for the Dragon's Eye. Song already knew where the Dragon's Eye was and sent the Oathbound to fetch it. But... they failed which is why she would use the Greencloaks. Song summons three elder Greencloaks that were in the ship with the Four Heroes to fetch the Dragon's Eye, and threatens to throw Rollan out the window when they refuse. While the three Greencloaks are questing, the Heroes are stuck in prison, and Song "dicusses/argues" about the trial with the visiting Niloan Chief Ugo. Chief Ugo demands the Greencloaks had no intentions to kill the emperor, and accuses Song of holding the Four Fallen in the palace instead of at the Greenhaven. Later on, the Four Heroes are summoned to Song due to her impatience of the three Greencloaks' quest, and a bargain for a captured Essix in return with the Dragon's Eye. The Four Heroes reluctantly agree to get the Dragon's Eye or else, Essix goes for a swim in one hour. The Dragon's Eye is located under a cave and there are three dangers to get there: gas exploding tiles, biting ants, and a cliff. to be continued.
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