Binding | Curse Breaker

Binding | Curse Breaker

Gregori led him around like a blind man all because people couldn’t stand the sight of his eyes and it rankled. That reality bitchslapped Sarn every time he opened his eyes. He hadn’t wanted magic nor sought it out. But the magic had sought him, it had stalked him throughout his childhood. Until one day, it had bitten so deep that he couldn’t dislodge it. Remembering little of his mother and nothing about his father, he had no idea which one of them had cursed him with it. No idea which one of them to curse for it either.

So he plodded along behind Gregori who jinked to avoid statuary and people, as they moved into more populous areas of the mountain-stronghold-turned-city. Their pace also suffered as crowds impeded their progress.  


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9 thoughts on “Binding | Curse Breaker

  1. Punishment for minor misdemeanours in the fantasy World can be quite harsh the way you describe it and no one wants to be punished because of every little infraction. It seems Sarn’s sense of perception was still very sharp in spite of the blindfold. Being made to feel bad about the magical abilities that he didn’t choose is harsh. It’s like someone who is disabled and people make fun of them.

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    1. Yes, Sarn’s perceptions are sharp when blindfolded thanks to his magic; it enhances his senses. As for the punishment–its the threat of it that keeps order. It’s also incentive to show up on time. But worry not, as you’ll see, the Rangers have a soft spot for Sarn.

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