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Undead Care (Chapter 5.2)"This is your hive?" The Troubled began, her eyes going a bit wide upon seeing the broken down structure."Yes. It is.""...It's so beat up.""Time tends to slowly eat away at everything. This coupled with a lack of upkeep is why my hive is in its current condition.""Why didn't you-""My line of work sometimes requires me to travel large distances, and to stay away from here for long periods of time."The spiral-horned troll paused for a moment as the two stepped into the doorless hive. Many deep cracks littered the walls, and a bit of 'ceiling dust' fell every now and then, as if some distant rumbling distilled the trapped dust from the cracks above."...Why don't you just sell it, if you're always on the move?" She reasoned, eyebrows furrowing together with worry."It's too broken down to sell.""Why not have slaves help keep the place looking nice?" Her eyebrows knitted together with pity, her left hand resting upon one of the many cracks in the walls. The Exorcist stood a few yard
Undead Care (Chapter 5.1)(MINI CHAPTER)The subjugglator sighed heavily as he stood on one of the few light gray balconies that resided on some of the sides of the Troubled's hive. Sleep had stubbornly refused to take him into its soft embrace. Why it didn't claim him, the highblood did not know. He figured it was for the best, though. The Exorcist hadn't gotten much sleep lately anyways. Besides, even if he did rest, it would bring no peace to him. Dayterrors, voices, sometimes even both would haunt him during his slumber.Well, it's not like he had a recooperacoon to reside in. For some reason, The Troubled hadn't mentioned allowing him to sleep in a recooperacoon, much less in hers. Perhaps it was an unspoken request or maybe she hadn't thought to bring it up. Grief, after all, still clouds her thinkpan. Frankly, The Exorcist actually felt a bit hesitant to make such a request. To share a recooperacoon with The Troubled... No. It was out of the question. Even with this fact in his thinkpan, he didn't mind not being able t