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Lina and Zelgadiss look around for some more leads on the Clair Bible. Amelia follows, because there's no way she can return to Saillune for a while... Of course, the first place Lina checks out is the local diners...
So, that evening, while everyone else's all snug in their beds, Lina's out tearing up the town trying to find more information on the Clair Bible. But none of the villagers seem to know a single thing... does everyone's memory disappear once they're burning to crisps? Lina does get one important contact, though... Xelloss. Introducing himself as a priest, Xelloss mentions that he is also looking for the Clair Bible. As to why he's looking for it, he says that it's a secret. Xelloss points the group towards the a particular group of bandits, saying that they might have some information. He then disappears as mysteriously as he came.
The group tracks down the bandit group, minus Zelgadiss, who doesn't trust Xelloss' information. Xelloss reappears beside Lina, warning her to just watch. He had told the bandit leader that someone was after them: "When in danger, humans always head right for their important belongings." The bandit cracks a picture-frame and pulls out four pieces of what seems to be a manuscript... then Zelgadiss attacks, taking the map and running! Lina chases after him... but Xelloss is the one to swipe the manuscript away, disappearing from Lina's side. He flits to the top of the building and dashes off. Xelloss destroys the manuscript after reading it, saying that it wasn't what he was looking for and that it wasn't what Zelgadiss was looking for, either.
Ah, but what about Martina? Her kingdom destroyed, she's got to fight cats for the scraps in garbage cans...
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