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Keiser’s Version. Chapter 1. Part 4
Welcome to my blog, I am here today to take you with me to one of my worlds. On this occasion, we will continue with the story where we left it in the last post, and we’ll live it from Keiser’s own skin.
Silently, he presses his lips, refusing to answer me as he continues to manipulate his restless fingers. Second by second, he shows me each section, each form, each strategic point and place we could use against our enemy, but, distrustfully, I stop looking, giving my back to him.
“The only thing that matters.” He responds once he finishes playing with the advanced reality. “Is that thanks to this, our names will be inscribed into the minds and hearts of all the survivors on this planet.
“What’s your plan?” I ask, walking towards one of the statues that stands tall, next to the council’s high walls. “How do you plan to do it?”
“There’s a hidden staircase, inside the rock wall itself.” He informs me, satisfied, with a tone full of enthusiasm. “Through it, we will access King Mígael’s fortress.
“Do you plan on killing him in his sleep?” I ask, unable to avoid a chuckle from escaping my lips. “You wouldn’t make it, not even with the biggest army.”
“A few men.” He responds, convinced of his words. “Would be enough to infiltrate ourselves and kill him.”
“You’re a fool.” I remind him while watching the majestic statue of one of the ancient kings. “No one would manage to get in there, not even me.”
“If I orchestrate a distraction big enough.” He tells me, standing also next to the prominent sculpture. “I could infiltrate into the fortress and put an end to this war.”
“A distraction.” I say to him pensively sensing his intentions. “I won’t allow you to send our army against that fortress, just so you can have a fleeting chance of getting into it.”