…To Link Up…
…with Team Admiral.
Delis saw the Eldritch Giant was now working on the control panel. She was sure it was one of the Fire Giants.
Even though its attention was on its task, it still heard sneaking around in the piles of equipment.
“Better hearing than a bunch of serfs used to toiling at the forges,” she admitted.
Luring the Giants back to the corridor where she could fight them one at a time, she started picking them off one at a time. The Fire Giant Serfs ran for it the first time she hit each of them with one of her arrows.
Then she came to one which was tougher — a Fire Giant Forgemaster.
Krasire made his way back to the Swiftriders. Megan needed to be told they had tried to find a way to get the team going after Admiral Kada’ne. But some giants were between them and the team.
It took the Eldritch Giant longer than Nox Rhasgar expected to bring down the force gates. But he was definitely better at it than the Fire Giants.
Now they were fighting both — Fire Giants and the Eldritch Giant.
He was surprised at how quickly the Fire Giants were defeated. The Serfs ran away at the first opportunity. The Forgemaster broke out of the Blood-Shadow trap Shadowfox penned him in, but he died quickly after that.
“Must not have any protection from my fire.”
Aurora didn’t really want to fight the Giants. When they broke through the force gates, however, she didn’t see an alternative. “I don’t think we can assault the barricades with Giants at our heels.”
Trinity Shadowfox was disappointed the Blood Shadows were unable to pen the Fire Giant, but he was glad it went down.
The Eldtritch Giant was a different story. It kept casting enormous fields of undulating magic.
As soon as he pulled it out of the center — or Aurora whipped it out with her Thorn Whips — it could call it back into itself and send it out as a blast. They were all taking a lot of damage from that.
Eventually they killed it.
Not a lot of time to search the body.
The admiral was preparing to get away.