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Asry'elThe stars shone, but no one could see them through the smog, and the moon looked three times bigger, something like a large pimple. Even this late at night, he could hear them (a couple; they lived just one floor down, and if he stood on the balcony, their voices carried up to him).What they argued about had long passed from his memory, and he never knew who started the fights anymore. It was money, years prior. It was their children a little later, or their families, or claims of insanity, drug abuse, and whatever you could name.He didn't care anymore. Calmly, he leaned against the railing, wishing they would just shut up, and sighed. It would have made work easier, at least, and he wouldn't get such a headache.Mostly because he wasn't listening to them; he was trying to listen past the arguing, past the vitriol and occasional squeal and claims or questions. He was listening for the sniffles, the broken weeping; he listened for the prayers.For one specific, heartbroken pray
List of Characters pt. 2Elias "Bieder" Konig: A German spy in World War 2. Had a face "you could trust" or "like a child". Earned his ironic nickname with his superb acting. Could speak French, English and German fluently, and mimic various accents. Often deeply paranoid, but outwardly calm and easygoing. Allergic to alcohol. (Or so he claims.)Ethellion: A revenant xenoa, who hates pretty much everyone. Occasionally seen roaming the trackless wastes, at which point it's in your best interests to run because he's probably aiming his ghostly bazooka at you.Esarus Selif: Akinaj's younger brother. Considered strange by most shaiha for being an albino. Less flamboyant than his brother for the most part, and far more cruel in exacting vengeance, hunting him through world after world with almost single-minded ferocity.Ezra Ruira: A dragon-child and a wind mage. Unlike most, he started off looking more dragon than human. He has some terrible luck-- possibly from a curse on his bloodline long ago-- but luckily, he'