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What if the demon tries to control me? I shook my head, all these questions beginning to cause my head to buzz.
I had to pick an answer soon or i may really die. I swung my sword frustrated, should I trust a demon? Now hurry up and give me your decision! Mortal prince, there is only so long a demon may stand with a sword forged with demonshard is pierced through my skin, my magic is weakening and you will soon be sent to the Deathlands and wiped from existence as well!
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