But I don't know what.
(I finally have time to do stuff like this because I'm on a month and half long WINTER BREAK!!111one)
LOZ - Brutal Ch. 5Brutal Ch. 5LOZ - Brutal Ch. 5 by ~PetPetAngel
This procedure went on for quite some time, days into weeks, his lessons and Fusco's abuse continuing without end. He would admit that he was a little sulkythis had not been what he had in mind when he was joining Demise, but the books in his library were interesting, and he had begun taking them back to his room to read before bed.
However, as of late, the abuse that Fusco had been inflicting had been worsening and Demise paid it no mind, although marks and proof of it were becoming prevalent on his body. It came to a point where he would hide away in his room, unresponsive to Demise's c
LOZ - Brutal Ch. 4Brutal Ch. 4LOZ - Brutal Ch. 4 by ~PetPetAngel
As it was, Demise was determined to teach Ghirahim how to read. Ghirahim couldn't say that he was so thrilled about this new knowledgehe was perfectly poignant without knowing how to read and if it was a skill, it was probably a useless one. What was he going to read in his servitude to Demise? He was going to fight, to do battle and to become strong, he wasn't going to read or perform a speech. Useless.
But he didn't say anything, especially not with Demise leading the wayif he was suddenly unfavorable in Demise's eyes, he could always leave him in some far away corner of the lair (that's
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Demise rested his chin in his hand as he waited for the boy to arrive to the throne room.
While today had been agonizingly dull, the preceding days had been filled with a plethora of interesting events. The whole of his minions were aflutter with intrigue at the new arrival and he had to admit that he was as well; the boy was just peculiar, all skin and bones but very assured in his abilities, and strangely captivating with his looks.
It was obvious that he had been fending for himself, as his mannerisms were uncouth at best and plainly lacking in etiquette at worst; he couldn't hold silve