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I noticed with a start that I was not alone.
Beside me lay a great man-eating beast-- "Trico."
I did not know how, why, or when it had happened--
but my skin was covered with peculiar markings.
Where am I...?
I was a little surprised.
I had not imagined for a moment that the beast could possibly wolf the barrel down whole.
Want some more?
My offerings appeared to have sated the beast's appetite--
but it was still in pain, and could not stand.
Does it still hurt?
Having thoroughly explored the area--
I clambered onto the beast's back--
and made my way toward the source of the white smoke.
This mirror, with its mysterious light...
It was made from a substance I had never seen before.
It seemed important. I decided to...borrow it for a while.
Though assailed by doubts--
I thought that if I could harness the destructive power of the beast's lightning--
Perhaps we might find a way out. It seemed foolish not to try.
We had escaped the dank confines of the cave--
and emerged into a place the like of which I had never seen.
...Oh. You can't fly? Are your wings broken?
I would not realize until much later--
but I was now in the heart of the beast's lair. "The Nest".
The beast could not find a way forward.
But we had come so far together.
And in so doing, we had developed a bond.
A mutual understanding that offered us a chance of escape...
The beast had grown accustomed to my company.
So accustomed, in fact, that it began to mimic my movements.
I ran, jumped, capered, and cavorted.
And in so doing, I learned something of what the beast might be encouraged to do.
What's the matter?
Are you frightened?
It was a striking design, akin to an eye in shape...
The beast seemed transfixed by it...
and at the same time terrified.
This was the valley known in the ancient tales as "the Nest"...
And if the tales were to be believed...
the only way in or out was from the air...
Trico had flown. Not far, perhaps, but far enough to be certain.
Perhaps when his wings were fully healed...
we might be able to fly further...
We were so close...
Exhausted, I fell into a deep slumber...
Do you feel better now?
You can stand? Oh, thank goodness!
Do you think we can make it back up?
There was nothing else I could do.
I had to send the beast away.
Reluctantly, I said the words.