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Book 1: Chapter 21: Reprisal

I smiled at Demond as we sat in a conference room of some sort. We sat near a large window overlooking a marina not too far in the distance.
Demond kept looking out the window from time to time, chuckling.
“What is it?” I asked.
“Elon’s stationed in a tree in the Memorial Grove near the Marina,” he turned to me, “he keeps saying you’re giving me ‘puppy dog eyes’.”
I blushed, turning to the window, waving, “can he see me?”
Demond placed his finger into his ear and asked on his radio, “Elon, can you see Tasha waving at you?”
I beamed out the window as best I could.
“Xei says ‘your honeymoon destination sucks’,” Demond laughed.
“So that’s a ‘yes’?” I smiled, hugging his arm.
Demond removed his finger from his ear, “yes, he can see us. He’s got our backs from a distance,” Demond’s smile was broad and I couldn’t help but blush.
Xei was right, Demond was devilishly handsome, strong, and a very enthusiastic lover. Not that I ever considered such a thing in a partner before.
“You okay, Tash?” Demond asked.
I smiled broadly, “yes. Fine.”
As Demond adjusted the collar around his fatigues, it did remind me of what Xei said: The fact that Demond is a soldier. A killer.
It was something I’d have to face, the differences in our philosophies when it came to life, death, and forgiveness.
Zepherina groaned, “I’m bored. So, so bored…” she put her feet up on the conference room table.
Zithero gave a chuckle, sitting next to her. The contrast of the shorter Alexandrata and the towering Zepherina was amusing to look at.
Zepherina nudged him, almost knocking him out of his seat, making her grin.
“That was on purpose!” Zithero glared.
Zepherina smiled wider, “what? No,” Zepherina’s wing spread wide and she tickled the back of his neck with her feather.
Zithero let out a suddenly too loud laugh before clasping his hands over his mouth.
That was on purpose,” Zepherina chuckled playfully.
Eva laughed, “I’m sure we’re here with good reason,” she turned to Timothy, who was in his Major F persona.
He was panning through the room with a camera phone of some kind, showing Eva, Zeph and I in the frame. I worried about him doing so, but Timothy’s plans usually resulted in a defeat handed to our father.
“Major F,” Eva began, “said we have to remain here for a brief period. I trust his judgment.”
Demond nodded, “The Major hasn’t steered us wrong yet. Whatever the plan is, I’m sure it’s going to work out.”
It was another few moments before Timothy made a cocky gesture to the phone, and heaved a sigh, ending the call. “It’s done.”
“What is done, exactly?” I asked. “You asked us to come with you and just placed us in this conference room.”
“With the majority of the staff that works in the building, evacuated,” Demond added, “which makes me think that this was a bait and switch.”
I turned to Demond, “what?”
Demond looked to Major F, “You needed a target Xyphiel would pick for the cannon, right? All of us together? Nice target… but something tells me you had some sort of plan in place to sabotage his weapon?”
Timothy approached us, not removing his helm, and gave a nod, “Exactly Staff Sergeant.”
Demond smiled proudly.
Timothy and Demond had been having briefings and meetings ever since he arrived at the Temple. I supposed that Timothy was training Demond for something, perhaps a command of his own?
I smiled as I imagined him leading a battalion of angels against the hordes of hell.
“To what end?” I asked.
Timothy placed his hand on my shoulder, “Rage is… well the ship is likely going to be destroyed.”
“Destroyed!?” I shouted, getting to my feet, “What?!”
Timothy sighed, his head drooping slightly, while his face did not show, it was clear he was trying to be empathetic, “I know your concerns.”
“What about the colonists? They are innocent!” I protested, “their home will be destroyed too!” I gasped, “our home will be destroyed! Even my first chapel!”
Timothy nodded, “the majority of people on board will survive, Rage will ensure that.”
“The majority?!” I shouted, “How could you weigh their lives-”
“Against 2.8 million,” Timothy explained, “at most 20 might die. But in doing so, Xyphiel loses his weapon of mass destruction.”
Zepherina got to her feet, “Wait, no more destroyed cities?!”
Timothy nodded.
Zepherina rushed to Timothy and hugged him tightly, spinning him around, “Oh, you’re the best!”
I frowned, looking around the conference table.
Demond took my hand, “I lost my home too.”
I looked at him.
“New York, remember?” he cracked a smile, “but we saved people. It’s the people that make a place special, not the buildings or structures. If they’re resilient, passionate people, they’ll rebuild.”
I smiled at him and hugged him tightly.
“This is a good thing,” Demond grinned, “We won a major victory, thanks to the Major.”
“With that victory, we should get out of here,” Timothy turned to a door and opened it, only finding a broom closet. His voice echoed out from the mask, confused, “wait, what?”
“Wait!” Zithero got to his feet, “this feels familiar…” he closed his eyes, “corruption… a lot of it. All the holy spirits have been cast out of this area.”
“We need to get out,” Timothy advised, “this has become a potential trap.”
“If Rage is destroyed, father can’t use his teleporting arrays, right?” I asked.
Timothy nodded, “All the same, I don’t like being pinned down. We need to get out of here, fast.”
Demond’s smile dropped, “Major, Elon says that he spotted a demon outside. He wasn’t sure at first but he astral projected and confirmed it.”
“Demon?!” Zepherina got to her feet, “where?! I’ll smash it!”
“We need to leave,” Timothy insisted.
Zepherina narrowed her eyes, “I did not come out here to just sit around in a conference room all day! Our job is to kill demons, isn’t it? Every day I am either training for that or doing nothing!”
“Zepherina, it is imperative we leave,” Timothy ordered.
“I agree with the Major,” Demond announced, getting to his feet, “I don’t like the look of this situation.”
Zepherina glared down at Timothy, “I am not tucking my tail and running when there’s a demon out there! What if it hurts someone?”
“It’s a risk we must take,” Timothy answered.
“Well go back to the temple then,” Zepherina spat, crossing her arms over her chest, “I’m hunting down that demon.”
Eva approached Zepherina now, her hands on Zepherina’s forearms, “Sis… The Major knows what he’s doing. You will get your chance to fight,” she gave Zepherina a serious expression. “Do you remember what happened last time you went looking for a fight?”
“What? I…” Zepherina stammered.
“I believe you told me, uh, ‘you pulled a Vegeta’? Whatever that means?” Eva frowned.
Zepherina blushed, “...you remember me saying that huh?”
Eva beamed at her, “I remember everything you say.”
Timothy turned to Zithero, “Can you open a portal or force open the doors?”
Zithero frowned, “I’ve been trying, but this isn’t like the prison that Zepherina and I were in. This corruption is… well it’s amplified,” he sighed, “seems the building itself is the source of the corruption.”
“Then we’re walking,” Timothy stated, “we’ll take to the air once we’re outside and find a good location where we can open the temple doors.”
“Is it because the whole building is shaped like a Pentagram if you look at it upside down?” Zepherina asked me.
“It’s more what happens inside the building,” Zithero said as we followed Timothy.
“We need to hurry, I don’t want to give them time to regroup,” Timothy said as he opened the door to the conference room.
There are moments in life that last mere seconds but feel like hours.
When Timothy opened that door, I watched in horror as the smug face of my father greeted us. My heart felt like it had stopped and my stomach fell through the floor.
A cold grip came over me as my eye went wide in shock and horror.
He found us, trapped us and now if Rage was destroyed as Timothy had said, he was here to make us pay.
In an instant father’s foot flew high into the air and cracked Timothy on the side of his helm, knocking him out and down to the floor.
“Major!” Demond shouted.
“You should have listened to your commanding officer,” Xyphiel began, “and left sooner.”
I rushed to Timothy’s side, “Major!” I shouted, checking his neck to see if there was still a pulse. Thankfully there was. Now, however, I had to get him back on his feet. I was unsure how, if, as Zithero had said, the holy spirits had been driven from this place.
“He lives, for now, my dearest Tasha,” Xyphiel took a measured breath as Rasper, Syria, and Alexis followed him through the doorway, “I want to kill him last.”
The trio of Alexandrata flanked my father, blocking the exit.
Demond rushed towards Xyphiel, throwing a punch at him.
Xyphiel caught his punch and tried to throw his own, it too being blocked, “Ah,” Xyphiel grunted with concentrated effort, “the mongrel who married my daughter.”
“That some kind of werewolf pun, old man?” Demond sneered.
“You being a mongrel has nothing to do with you being a lycanthrope,” Xypheil took a step forward, glaring up at Demond.
“Yeah, okay,” Demond gritted his teeth and transformed, growing a little over half a meter taller still as his shirt ripped away revealing his white-furred werewolf form, “Not taking any chances.” With that, Demond threw Xyphiel across the room with ease.
From his back, I watched as a cursed sword flew off of Xyphiel. It clattered onto the conference room table and my eye grew wide as I saw it.
The sword which contained the Avatar of Genocide’s soul within it: the Puriel Blade! The blade had a sharp edge and blunted back, and had a slight curve to the blade. The grip of the blade had a handguard facing the blade and intricate decorations of eagles on the pommel. A red and black swastika on its hilt gave me a horrible sinking feeling. I could not believe my father had brought such a horrific cursed artifact from the vault! I shuddered at its mere presence in the room. With that blade, any angel could be struck down, even Zepherina!
“Master!” Syria shouted.
Xyphiel smacked against a wall and I shuddered as I watched his eyes shift from blue to red.
“You will pay for harming our master!” Syria shouted.
“Back to the Bar-B-Que for you, puppy,” Rasper taunted and I couldn’t help but notice a more tired look in Rasper’s eyes.
“No!” Xyphiel shouted, getting to his feet, his jaw clenched, “This boy… has angered me,” and with that, father’s neck grew longer as his form grew larger still. Red scales covered his body and a set of black horns grew out of his head. A lizard-like tail soon slipped from his back and his red wings spread wide. He let out a deafening roar and charged Demond!
The pair clashed and while Demond was large in his wolf form, Xyphiel was all the larger.
“Sit,” Xyphiel growled, his tail lashing at Demond’s leg, causing him to fall to one knee.
Demond, for his part, tried to deliver a punch to Xyphiel’s gut, but to no effect.
Xyphiel lifted Demond up, “fetch,” and tossed him across the room.
Eva stood between Timothy and me as the three Alexandrata approached. Zithero and Zepherina joined her in protecting Timothy.
Zepherina grinned, her wings turning black, “I’m going to tear you apart.”
A second door opened, which grabbed Zepherina’s attention.
Standing there was Ragna, in her full armor, “Brother, you found them first?” Ragna mock pouted, “Disappointing.”
Zepherina’s eyes went wide and I felt a surge of power come from her.
Rasper and the others took a step back from her.
“Zepherina…” I frowned, “calm down.”
Finally, we meet,” Ragna turned to Zepherina smugly, a proud smile on her face, “Zepherina-”
Before Ragna could say another word, I was deafened by a shockwave.
Zepherina had dashed at Ragna in a blinding motion, and in doing so readied a punch to strike Ragna.
Ragna, for her part, reacted fast enough to cross her forearms to block.
It did not help her.
The collision of Zepherina’s fist to Ragna’s armor caused a shockwave so powerful the windows in the conference room shattered.
Ragna went soaring backward, the sounds of crumbling walls and doorways were followed by a billowing cloud of dust that blasted into the room.
Zepherina’s fists were clenched and her teeth chattered in rage. She screamed and charged after Ragna.
“Zepherina!” Zithero shouted before Rasper blocked his exit.
“Not dis time brotha,” he shook his head, fists clenched, “this time, yah comin’ home.”
“Yes, Brother, come home,” Syria said.
“Zithy-poo!” Alexis shouted, “I missed you!” she said in a sing-song voice.
“Zithy-poo?” Zithero frowned, holding up his staff.
Eva rushed next to Zithero, “You’re taking him over my dead body.”
“That can be arranged,” Rasper threw his hands forward, fire surrounding Eva.
I gasped for a moment before the flames vanished around Eva, her body remaining unharmed.
“Oh, right,” Rasper grumbled, “Master’s protection.”
“You may strike her!” Xyphiel shouted, grabbing Demond’s upper and lower jaw, defending against what would have been a vicious bite, “Well done, you show me yours, I’ll show you mine…” Xyphiel’s maw opened wide and he chomped down on Demond’s shoulder, causing him to whimper.
Eva took the opportunity and using her telekinesis, hurled a chair at Rasper.
Syria thrust her hand out, splintering the chair in the air with a bolt of lightning, “Alexis, let’s take our brother home.”
“Zithy’s coming home!” Alexis gave a happy spin, “yay!”
I frowned, “Eva, you cannot let them take Zithero!”
Demond had pulled back slightly and Xyphiel faced the window, lording over him.
“I do wonder if there’s a limit to your regenerative capabilities,” Xyphiel grabbed Demond by the throat, pinning him to the conference table, “I think I’ll bring you back to Rage and run some experiments on you,” he narrowed his eyes on him, “however, my lab is in a poor state, so we’ll have to use more… rudimentary tools for testing.”
Demond growled, “Now!”
Xyphiel’s brow lifted and he looked out the window. His eyes dilated and burned red as a bullet appeared in front of his face, now floating, unmoving. “I see.”
Demond’s eyes went wide, as did mine. Did my father stop a bullet from striking him?
Xyphiel plucked the bullet out of the air, “Syria, Alexis,” he sneered, “Kill the sniper.”
Syria and Alexis nodded, and the pair soon jumped out of the window.
“No!” Demond growled, tackling Xyphiel against the wall, a second wind giving him strength! I watched as a power flowed through him, from his patron angel!
“Demond!” I shouted, “I believe in you!”
Demond now began to slash his claws at Xyphiel, tearing at his clothing and scratching into his scales.
“You won’t hurt anyone else!” Demond roared.
My jubilation was short-lived, however, as I noticed Xyphiel wasn’t bleeding. The claw marks on his scales were merely scuffs along his thick and heavy skin. “Demond!” I shouted again.
“A satisfactory effort, but not enough,” Xyphiel grabbed Demond’s forearms, sinking his claws into Demond’s flesh.
Demond roared in pain and tried to headbutt Xyphiel in the throat.
This at least staggered Xyphiel.
Eva and Zithero caught my attention next.
Zithero had kept his staff up while he faced off against Rasper, who now had lowered his guard slightly.
“We are going home, trust me Zith, it’s for the best,” Rasper explained.
“No! You’ll make me his slave!” Zithero shouted.
Rasper nodded, “Aye, ain’t gonna lie, but at the same time, we’ll be titans again.”
Eva ran alongside Demond now and if I had known her plot, I would never have allowed it. I had thought she was going to try to pull Demond back so he had time to heal.
What she did was immeasurably worse.
Eva shouted, “Father,” she closed her eyes, “I know the dark deeds you’ve done, and I will put an end to you,” she took a deep breath and closed her eyes.
I could hear Eva’s voice echoing in my mind briefly as she did what I had never seen any rational telepath even consider: She attacked Xyphiel’s mind.
You must be stopped, father!” Eva’s voice rang out.
“Girl,” Xyphiel’s voice rang out in all of our minds as Xyphiel got to his feet, “you cannot fathom the weight of the shadow of the mind you’re standing against.”
A high pitched noise rang in my ears and I flinched.
Demond let out a whine and covered his ears as well.
Eva grabbed the sides of her head, her eyes wide and dilated. Soon one eye dilated completely while the other narrowed to a pinpoint and she shrieked, blood leaking from her nose as she fell to her knees and collapsed.
“Eva!” Zithero rushed to her, pushing Rasper out of the way.
I looked to Rasper, “Don’t do this!”
Rasper turned to me, a look of defeat I had never seen on his face before, “I ‘ave no choice luv, sorry.”
Zithero picked Eva up, glaring at Xyphiel.
Demond slowly grunted, getting to his feet, standing between Eva and Zithero, guarding against Xyphiel. Demond’s wounds had finally healed.
“Rasper, take them,” Xyphiel ordered.
Rasper snapped his fingers, a fiery ring opening up beneath Eva and Zithero.
“Tasha!” Zithero shouted, “Catch!” he hurled his staff towards me just as he fell into the portal with Eva, Rasper jumping down after them.
I caught the staff, closing my eye as I realized both Eva and Zithero had been brought to what must have remained of Rage.
I turned to Timothy, “Wake up, please!”
He remained unconscious but alive.
Then I had an idea, “Demond,” I shouted, throwing my staff to him, while I held Zithero’s.
Demond caught the staff and, to my elation, he could carry it. He struck Xyphiel, which caused Xyphiel’s flesh to burn at the mere contact with the holy artifact.
Had my father been corrupted so thoroughly that even touching a holy weapon burned him? The realization came to me as a shock.
Xyphiel hissed and rushed to the conference table, grabbing the Puriel blade.
“Demond!” I shouted, “Do not let the blade of that sword touch you!” I gasped as I felt as if something was around my throat.
Xyphiel narrowed his eyes on me, “Stop interfering, daughter or I will silence you for good.”
My eye went wide at his threat. Would he kill me?! His own daughter?!
“Let her go, monster!” Demond shouted, cracking Xyphiel across the face with the staff.
Xyphiel fell to the ground, a burn mark in the shape of the staff on his cheek.
I could breathe once more and shuddered as Xyphiel blocked the next strike with the blade.
Smoke rose between the staff and blade as they made contact.
Xyphiel pulled the blade back and, to my shock, I saw a burn on the metal of the blade, and I swear I could hear a voice echoing in the air.
“Der Juden…”
“Oh, you’ve gone and upset him,” Xyphiel hissed and charged Demond again.
Demond blocked with the staff and ducked under Xyphiel’s attack and thrust an elbow into his gut.
Xyphiel doubled over in pain and let out a roar before Demond thrust the staff up against Xyphiel’s jaw.
Xyphiel staggered back and barely managed to block the next blow.
“You’re not touching my family ever again!” Demond growled.
“Funny,” Xyphiel sneered, “I have the same sentiment,” Xyphiel’s tail knocked Demond off his footing as the pair exchanged blow for blow.
I shrieked as Xyphiel managed to graze Demond’s shoulder, a wound opening that I noticed would not close.
“Father, stop!” I shouted.
“I am disappointed, daughter! I thought your zealotry was to God and God alone! Not His depraved followers!” Xyphiel shot back at me.
Demond took the distraction and slammed the bow down on Xyphiel’s wing, causing a loud snap.
Xyphiel roared, spun, and smashed Demond against the wall with his tail. Xyphiel gritted his teeth, eyes narrowing on me, glowing red, “do you know what that man, whom even now you protect, did to your little brother Timothy?”
I frowned, “Yes,” was the only truthful thing I could say without giving away everything Timothy worked so hard to achieve.
A snorting growl resonated in my father’s throat as he inhaled, enraged, “Then you have been misled too much to come back!”
Demond jumped at Xyphiel, the bow high over his head as he moved to strike Xyphiel while he back was turned.
Xyphiel sneered, blocking with his blade quickly, “dishonorable… of course, I expected no less.”
“Whatever stops you,” Demond grunted as more smoke began to rise from the point of collision between the holy and unholy weapons.
Xyphiel sneered, “I’m done playing with my food.”
Demond snarled, but the snarl vanished as Xyphiel removed a hand from the heavy sword, holding it steady all the same with a single hand.
With his now free hand, Xyphiel swiped his claws at Demond’s eyes!
I screamed as Xyphiel then thrust the sword up, pushing Demond’s arms up and over his head, before cleaving downward and removing Demond’s right arm.
“No!” I screamed, leaving Timothy and rushing to Demond’s aide.
Demond collapsed against the ground as I tore my robes apart, frantically making a tourniquet to fix around his shoulder.
“It’s for the best,” Xyphiel said, growling as I passed him, “consider that punishment for not inviting me to my own daughter’s wedding.”
“How dare you!” I shouted, “You’re not my father, not any longer!” I shouted.
Xyphiel began to shrink down to his more human shape, his eyes shifting back to ice blue, “Tasha-”
“This is my husband!” I shouted as tears leaked from my eye, “I love him.” I picked up his arm and pressed it against his shoulder. I didn’t care if the holy spirits were supposedly cast out. God was love, and I loved Demond.
I whispered my prayer and, to my shock, whether it was my prayers or Demond’s healing abilities, his arm began to slowly mend itself.
“Monty,” I whispered into his ear.
Demond groaned, his teeth gritted as he looked to me, “Tash…” Demond roared in pain now as Xyphiel shoved the Puriel blade into Demond’s leg, pinning him down.
“Demond!” I screamed, focusing on mending his arm and glaring at Xyphiel.
“Stay,” Xyphiel spat as he turned to Timothy, “I will get some satisfaction this day.”
My eye widened, “N-no! Father don’t!”
“This man has been a thorn in my side for too long,” Xyphiel growled, sinking down onto his haunches as he looked Timothy over. “Yet here you lie, prone and helpless before me.”
Timothy was still out cold.
“It’s almost anti-climatic,” Xyphiel grabbed either side of Timothy’s helm, “but still… I want to see your face when I tell you I’ve leveled your entire fighting force and reclaimed my youngest daughter from your constrictive grasp.”
He gave a tug, and grunted, grumbling to himself before he pulled out a small device. A red beam about 10 cm in length blazed from the small thing.
With it, Xyphiel slowly cut around the eyes of God of the helmet.
As he did this, Timothy’s body twitched.
Demond reached for the blade with his free hand, which caused the flesh of his severed arm to open up again.
“Hold still Monty, just a bit longer,” I begged.
Demond winced and nodded, “it… burns…”
“Now, let's see the face of the man who…” Xyphiel’s face went from smug satisfaction to complete shock as he dropped the section of Timothy’s helmet. “...Timothy?”
As the metal clattered to the ground, Timothy looked up, taking a deep breath, “Father.”
“How,” Xyphiel gasped, his mouth agape, “are you alive?”
“God,” Timothy said simply, “Our Father, Who Art in Heaven.”
Tears filled my father’s eyes, “My boy…” he smiled, his hand reaching to Timothy’s cheek, “Let me take you home.”
“I am home,” Timothy’s gaze hardened, “goodbye, father.”
My eyes went wide as a massive blast of white energy surged out of Timothy’s right arm and blasted through Xyphiel’s mid-section, cutting him in half at the waist.
Xyphiel’s eyes were wide in shock as his upper body fell to the ground, his legs falling the opposite way. “W-why?”
Timothy got to his feet, his right arm dripping with blood. His elbow had bent all the way to his bicep, and his elbow revealed the barrel of a gun. It began to glow white again, “Sadly, I couldn’t get the head from that angle, but from this one,” Timothy looked down at Xyphiel coldly, “I have a much better shot.”
Syria and Alexis soon flew through the window and rushed next to Xyphiel. Alexis and Syria both appeared dirty and their clothing was ragged. Both took hold of Xyphiel’s upper and lower halves.
“Master!” Alexis shouted as she grabbed Xyphiel’s lower half, “You’re beside yourself!”
Syria took hold of Xyphiel’s upper body, “Master, we’ll save you!”
The three soon vanished into a portal made by Syria’s wind magic.
Timothy flinched as his arm flexed back into place and he rushed over to us, pulling the sword from Demond’s leg.
Demond yelped in pain, but he soon relaxed, “Thanks, Major.”
“Sorry, it wasn’t until I got fresh air from Xyphiel breaking open the helmet that I was able to come to,” Timothy looked around, panic quickly showing on his face, “where is everyone?”
“Zepherina went after Ragna,” I pointed to the dust-filled hallway.
Demond grumbled, “He took Zithero and Eva.”
Timothy closed his eyes tightly, pulling his helmet off completely, “Damn it… Eva…” he looked down the hallway, “we need to help Zeph.”
Demond got to his feet and gave a nod, though, with a slight limp, we made our way down the hallway Zepherina had thrashed Ragna through.
That’s when a woman’s figure soon emerged from the dust, “well well well, look who’s here.”
Red eyes glowed from the dust, as a lilting voice filled my ears.
From behind us, another woman’s voice called out, “Well Bella, it seems an unfortunate little succubus, a wolf, and a would-be-angel are trapped in our web.”
I turned to see a woman in what appeared to be half a dress and half armor.
“Mmm, they could be yummy treats, Esmerelda,” Bella smiled wickedly as she emerged from the smoke.
I steeled myself and took my staff from Demond, marching up to Bella.
“Oh, the little Succubus thinks she can do something to me?” Bella chuckled.
I said nothing as I approached her.
“Esmerelda and I have corrupted this place, you’re powerless to stop us,” she grinned viciously.
I stood before her and held the staff out in front of her face and shivered as the dust around us cleared, “You cannot drive out every spirit that is holy here.”
Bella looked to the staff, “Oh? Can’t I?”
“The spirit held within this staff is incorruptible,” I affirmed.
Bella chuckled, “We will see about that, girl,” her hand was enveloped in black flame as her eyes glowed red, “Corruption.” she hissed and reached out to the staff.
“Tasha, watch out!” Demond shouted.
Esmerelda blinked, “Tasha?” I heard her say quizzically, “Wait, Bella don’t!”
As soon as Bella touched the staff her black flame turned white and she let out a howl of pain as a pulse of air blasted forth from my staff, knocking Bella and Esmerelda to the ground.
I stood over Bella, slamming the staff onto the ground at my feet, “The spirit within this staff is that of the Son of God Himself,” I narrowed my eye on her, “Get thee behind me, Satan.”
Bella gritted her teeth and vanished in a puff of black smoke.
I turned to see Timothy standing over Esmerelda, his wings out, and his foot on her shoulder, pinning her down, “Where is Ragna?”
Esmerelda winced and grinned, “why, my Mistress is with her daughter… or rather…” Esmerelda soon turned to nothing but a vapor, her voice echoing through the air as she vanished, “her daughter is with her, as it should be.”
“Damn it!” Timothy shouted, looking around, “I can’t feel Zeph nearby.”
“Maybe she was captured too,” Demond confirmed. “Elon,” Demond said, his hand in his ear, “do you see Ragna or Zepherina?”
There was silence as Demond’s brow furrowed, “Elon? Come in.”
Timothy turned to me, a grim look of concern on his face.
“Elon?” Demond turned to us, “We need to get to Elon, something is wrong. He’s not answering his coms.”
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Commanders, welcome the long-awaited 2.8🚀 update!

Commanders, welcome the long-awaited 2.8🚀 update!
Major changes in version 2.8 .: 🔹Changed the progressions of the probability of successful improvement of ship bonuses, reduced their cost; 🔹Added a new special ship - the galactic aircraft carrier Prophet; 🔹 Changes have been made to Oblivion Ark in order to strengthen it; 🔹Changes have been made to K4-8U70 in order to strengthen it; 🔹The "Anomalies" event has been restarted; 🔹Added the ability to purchase two additional slots for ships; 🔹Updated graphics of ships Crusader and Warrior.
You can read more about all the changes in the article.
‼ But be sure to leave your opinion about the update and changes in the comments, commanders!
IMPORTANT: if you had completely improved support ship modifications before the Oblivion Ark update, write in the comments or in ls about it. Don't forget to attach a screenshot =).
Description of the most important changes.
1)Added a change in the progression of the probability of successful improvement of ship bonuses and a decrease in their cost.
That’s right, commanders! Now the chances of a successful upgrade of ship bonuses will not drop at the same fast rate, and the cost of each such upgrade will be lower than the previous one.This change applies to all ships.Therefore, we suggest you open Space Arena and look at new progressions and their cost for each ship you are interested in.
2) Added a new ship Prophet and the first skin* for it.
Meet the new galactic carrier – Prophet:
-a special level 58 ship that can be unlocked for blueprints. Since the ship is special, players with a lower game level can unlock it;
-number of cells: without upgrades – 286, with all upgrades – 362;
-speed – 8, turning speed – 1.2;
-support ships – 2 * Crusaders;
-galactic carrier with impressive bonuses (eg laser damage bonus).
Unlocking cost:
-35 blueprints and 20,000,000 credits.
Cost of all upgrades:
-70 blueprints and 8,000 Celestium.
\In addition to the new ship, the first skin was added to it, but this skin will be on sale in the in-game store in September.*
3) Added changes to Oblivion Ark to make it stronger:
-the number of cells has been increased (from -268 to -282);
-changed support ships – instead of the old three Age Eagles, the special galactic carrier now has three Warriors!
-changes were made to the bonus system:
–base bonus to the regen speed of shields modules has been reduced from 25% to 21%;
–base bonus to strength shield modules has been reduced from 10% to 8%;
— base bonus to the health of armor modules has been reduced from 23% to 14%;
–base bonus to the total module power generation reduced from 30% to 25%
–the health of power modules bonus has been replaced with 5% health of ballistic modules;
–base bonus to missile damage reduced from 21% to 18%.
Commanders, we invite you to try new changes in Oblivion Ark in the Arena, in Class Battles, in order to share with us in the future your impressions of the redesigned ship.
4) Added changes to Type K4-8U70 in order to strengthen it:

-the number of cells was increased from 27 to 29;
-changes were made to the bonus system:
–base bonus strength shield modules increased from 4% to 6%;
–base bonus to laser damage increased from 4% to 5%.
We are interested, commanders, are you ready to start using this ship after such changes? We are waiting for your reactions below this post.
5) Event “Anomalies” has been improved.
Since the first start of the event, the developers have done a lot of work to improve the mode with Anomalies.
After careful research of your feedback, commanders, the developers made the following changes to the event:
a) Added preparation and activity period.
Now each player, even before the start of battles in the event, will have a certain preparation period, in which:
-there is an opportunity to make a choice of a ship in advance to participate in the event;
-you need to create a separate build for the event. You cannot copy a ship assembly from the Arena;
Now you don’t need to worry about confusion with builds or mistakes with the ship displayed in the event. You have the opportunity to prepare and choose a new build for the conditions of the anomaly.
b)Event limits.
The event remains limited in terms of the number of defeats, but these defeats can be discarded for Celestium. There are cooldown periods in between such ability to reset defeats.
A new battle limit has been set.
c) Added updated matchmaking.
Now your opponents are selected exclusively from among those commanders who have already prepared their ship for the event battle.
This means that the battles in the event will become more interesting, since each build from now on will be designed specifically for a specific anomaly.
d) New visualization of event points.
Now, no commander will have a question about how many event points he received for victory or defeat.
Demonstration of the number of points awarded will now be more obvious and understandable, it is clear that the display of the event points will look like an icon.

e) Other interface changes.
Commanders! The developers really tried to make the event interface convenient for you. That is why the display of the available limit, preparation time in battle, etc. has been updated in the event menu.
After the start of the event, you can try out all the new features of this mode on your own.
When will the event take place? Wait for the dates to be announced in the in-game notification or in the social networks.
6) Added two additional ship slots for purchase.
This seems like great news, as you've been waiting for this for so long, Commanders!
Now the eleventh and twelfth slots are available!
Slot cost:-11th = 5,000
Celestium;-12th = 10,000 Celestium.
7) Updated graphics for the ship’s Crusader and Warriors.
Since these ships were part of the support ships for the Prophet and Oblivion Ark, the developers have updated their graphics to match the ships.
You can evaluate the new appearance of ships in the ship store or already in your own hangar.
Write in the comments your impressions of the update, share your feedback, we collect it systematically. And good fights in the Arena!
This is a ship with one of the most interesting origin stories, as it was created by a player from our community. A ship that, during development, appeared before us even in the Minecraft universe.
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