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Entity Adrift: Chapter 15Entity Adrift: Chapter 15 by Tales-of-Torment
For the third consecutive night, Ukrin was plagued by nightmares. However, on this night these stressful dreams, which illustrated his possible execution, were not accompanied by sweet memories of the human world. When he did not dream of his own death, he dreamt of David's. Then he was haunted by visions of the human hating him for an eternity. Ukrin could not sleep until morning with such visions hounding him. During the latest hours of the night, he woke and could not slumber again. His apprehension over the next day was unbearable. He had potions and herbal remedies to help him sleep, but decided that what sounded most pleasant was a hot bath.
The demon's master bathroom was as elegant as one who had seen the rest of his abode would expect. The floors and walls were tiled with malachite. The bath itself was made from the same luscious green stone and was large enough for three demons to occupy comfortably. The ornate ceiling was a deep, faded gold. The faucets, handles, and most an
Entity Adrift: Chapter 14Entity Adrift: Chapter 14 by Tales-of-Torment
Ukrin did not rest easy that night. He had spent most of the preceding day writing two different records of his time in the human world. One was the truth. The other was mostly similar apart from the end and a few other details. In the alternate version, he had left out some minor embarrassing moments of ignorance that had taken place during his amnesia, but those were hardly important in the first place. What was an important change was the ending, where he wrote David out completely. Rather than letting on that the human had practically sacrificed himself to save the demon, Ukrin instead wrote that he fled the fight to save himself from death.
In a culture where nothing was more honorable than to give one's life in battle, any demon who read that Ukrin had been afraid to die would feel physically ill from disgust. A normal demon would have far preferred to be honest and say that his dignified death had been stolen by a meddling human and accepted any consequence for bri