Assassin's Creed: Reminiscence [Chapter 33 and 34]CHAPTER THRITY-THREE: Parting
The gulls above LaAhad were screeching merrily as the sun was preparing to set. They [Dhi'bah, Layth, Tha'lab and LaAhad] had arrived at the ocean-side a few hours ago in a carriage. Whilst Layth and Tha'lab sat away in the distance; LaAhad and Dhi'bah sat side by side, their legs outstretched, the waves lapping gently over them, and Dhi'bah snoozed on LaAhad's shoulder, holding his hand tightly. With his free hand, LaAhad was punching his thigh, angry with himself.
You failure, you failure, you failure, he thought to himself bitterly, Since the day you married her, you've tortured her mercilessly, and you think that doing what she wants NOW is going to make up for it?
He wasn't the Master anymore. The argument he had with Al-Mualim had indeed turned bloody, and LaAhad had managed to pluck out one of Al-Mualim's eyes before being pinned down by about ten people. They were going to decide on a new Master today [LaAhad didn't care who]. LaAhad had been strip
Assassin's Creed: Reminiscence [Chapter 30,31,32]CHAPTER THIRTY: Discovery
Joan rushed to the door, leaving the book under her pillow once more. She opened the door, and suppressed a sigh of relief. It was Layth though she didn't know what he was doing here she was just relieved it wasn't Dhi'bah. "Layth," she said a bit too cheerfully, "What is it you want?"
He titled his head, "Dhi'bah told me to call you so you wouldn't be late for dinner."
"Oh," said Joan, "That was nice of her and you."
"Well, I do deal in courtesy."
Joan giggled, "Yes, I've heard you also dealt in crazy."
" Where did you hear that?"
Damn it! Joan thought. "Um I've heard it being mentioned you know from here and there "
"Oh, really," Layth folded his arms, "From who?"
"I can't tell," said Joan, "I uh didn't see who it was "
"Well, from the way you've turned bright red, I'd say you were lying... What have you been up to?"
Layth didn't buy it, but shrugged the topic off, "Come on," he said, "B