O'esame lifted his hands and slammed them down again on the table.
Aria dropped the bottles and began holding her throat. She gasped as black sludge dripped down her chin.
"If you can not hear my words then maybe you can feel my weapons. " O'esame began moving away from the table. Purple electric manifested striking the ceiling.
The white plastered ceiling crackled and buckled.
"Aria!" Fredrick moved toward her.
She wobbled and fell down. A resounding thud echoed through the room.
Eaglefire's bottom lip trembled. His hands shook momentarily. He took a deep breath. The spirit eagle clenched its talons into his shoulder.
Jade's eyes gained wetness. He looked down. "You can not fight her kingdom."
O'esame perched his lips and pulled his suit jacket. " Do not tell me what I can and can not do."
Fredrick gently lifted aria's head up.
"Let him," she rasped, "let him come. He will see we do not use people to fight our wars. He Will see one of the reasons why I am called the good queen."
Her pale blue eyes turned a deep red.
O'esame looked at her over his shoulder. His eyebrows furrowed in. "What do you mean you do not use people?"
"Golems," Eaglefire coughed. "They use Golems empowered by a single source."
The weight of the Kusazuri and dō released. Jade sighed and stood up. " I heard stories about her people the fair skin ones with pale blonde hair who live for ages.
It said King Randal ruled for four hundred years.
"People," O'esame snorted and pointed down to Aria. "People do not live that long."
Eaglefire shook his head. "Listen we are children compared to her."
"You should listen oh Venerable one. I am precisely One hundred and seventeen years. I do not look a day over twenty do I?" Aria struggled to lift her upper half.
O'esame perched his lips. His eyebrows furrowed deeper. " What are you trying to say?"
Fredrick outstretched his arms toward her. "Ahh, you should not move!"
Aria pushed herself up managing to stand. She swayed back and forth Stumbling forward.
"Golems are not people. They do not have a family or mercy. They have no emotions. They are only shells imbued by power. Magic if you will. I created the entire army.
I fought with the Golems of Adalatsta. I am the only true warrior in my kingdom. I could not allow my vengeance to slip away. The Geo'reoff kingdom killed my father...
"She giggled smiling, but it did not reach her eyes. Tears slipped from her. "If you somehow make it past my walls and even think about touching my people. I will end you.
That is not the poison talking. That is a Queen talking."
Fredrick Placed his hands in front of himself. His mouth tilted to one side. "Please let us all calm down. We Just basically dealt with the plague that poisons our five kingdoms.
Aria did not mean to undermine you. You have nothing to prove. We all know you are strong O'esame. Just like we all know I am a coward with one of the most impressive armies.
I will side with Aria."
O'esame chuckled, "numbers do not scare me."
Eaglefire looked up. His jaw was trembling, and his eyes were blazing. "if we are choosing sides.
I refuse to take part, not with an angry toddler, not with a queen whose state is questionable."
Jade walked over to the swaying Aria. "I owe Aria a debt the same as you. My people have a chance to recover. My armies a few days to rest." He kneeled and pick up his sheath.
Jade held it out to her looking down. "My skills are at your Call."
"Stand are we not all royals here. When did we become such children? We have millions or hundreds of lives that depend on us." Aria Started to fall but jade was faster.
Jade lunged and caught her, Placing Aria gently on the floor.
O'esame walked toward a heavy wooden door. "My choice is final. War can be heard!"
Delora reached a cave in-between two mountains. The black smoke disappeared. She stormed into the cave kicking up dirt as she went. A giant crystal was in the center floating.
She had an old throne chair directly in front of it. " Crystal, crystal," she snarled, "Show me what I missed."