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Timeless Chapter 5Mointz couldn’t help it- she backed up as soon as the Mage mentioned the so-called plague. In fact, she looked down at her hands. At least, as far as she could tell, her fingers weren’t turning to stone and falling off. Though, it wasn’t exactly a sign that everything was going to be ok, they hadn’t exactly mentioned a duration.Timeless Chapter 5 by ChibiAkatsukiLeader
You need not worry about catching the plague. She was pretty sure they sounded annoyed at that point. That’s perhaps the good thing about the dust plague, at least in your case. It only effects men who were born men. Women and men who were born women can’t catch it, though they can carry it if they come in contact with… erm… body fluids.
So spit, blood, or the other stuff? Yeah, sounds like you don’t have to worry about catching it, kid.
She wasn’t exactly breathing any easier, though. In fact, part of her wondered if there had been any blood spilled when she had touched t
Timeless Chapter 4Early the next morning, Mointz began her journey towards the Citadel. The sea was more than a little stormy as she rowed out. Even that close to the island, the water was too dark to see the bottom, so there was no way to check to see if the Old Ones were going to come out during the day.Timeless Chapter 4 by ChibiAkatsukiLeader
“You better stay inside.” She leaned over to slap the water for emphasis. It probably didn’t do anything, but it made her feel better all the same. “Good, that’s what I wanted to here. You all stay put.”
Yes, please continue smacking the water. I’m sure that’s going to keep them from attacking for a couple days. Why didn’t we think of that in the first place?
At least the heat that leaked off her face kept her warm in the early spring morning. The sun had just barely risen, and there hadn’t been enough time for it to warm the water up. Mointz was shivering as she rowed through the sea, her cloak pulled closely for warmth.