"Never raise more devils than you can put down. You raised one devil too many...father."
Watches as the dad's face pales and he's like "Um... oops."
internutter 72 9 days ago
That is one hell of a line and I want to make an excuse to use it :D -- DaniAndShali
[AN: Prompt from the comments on this thing and I'm debating about continuance or something with Tieflings...]
There was a sword poking out of his chest. The red arm of his Tiefling son around him. And the son's voice in one ear, "Never raise more devils than you can put down. You raised one devil too many...father."
Those had been the last words he heard, and then everything went black. The next thing he knew, he was standing in a queue. Ahead of him were some people who he'd seen die in the fight. There were others gathering behind him, but he dared not turn his head. He knew what this was. Before eternity... there was judgement.
Too soon, it was his turn. "All right, next," called Death. He was sitting at a judge's desk and working at a pile of paperwork with a white feather quill. Lord Synope knew, without having to ask, that it weight as much as a guiltless heart. Some things about the afterworld just stuck around. Death didn't look up from their scribing. "Name?"
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