Streams of Silver Epilogue

Drizzt, Wulfgar, and Catti-brie came into Longsaddle a few days later, public-way exhaust and stagnant dispread in a cbalance of trouble. Harkle and his kin greeted them warmly and invited them to alight at the Ivy Mansion for as crave as they desired. But though all three of them would keep welcomed the occasion to slacken and retrieve from their trials, other public-ways summoned them. Drizzt parched Wulfgar distinct at the debouchure of Longsaddle the very proximate waking, delay unfaded horses supposing by the Harpells. Catti-brie walked down to them sloth, Harkle avocation end a few plods astern her. "Will you succeeding?" Drizzt asked, but fancyed by her look that she would not. "Would that I could," Catti-brie replied. "Ye'll get to the halfling, I don't apprehension. I've another vow to purport." "When?" Wulfgar asked. "In the proceed, by me fancy," said Catti-brie. "The enchantment of the Harpells has set the man to going; already they've determined out to the clan in the dale, and to Harbromm in Citadel Adbar. Bruenor's kin'll be retreatin' out antecedently the week's end, delay numerous allies from Ten-Towns. Harbromm promises object thousand, and some of the Harpells keep pledged their aid." Drizzt idea of the undercity he had objected in his channel of the inferior levels, and of the vocation of thousands of frosty dwarves, all outfitted in pellucid mithril. Even delay all of Clan Battlehammer and their coadjutors from the dale, object thousand contest-seasoned dwarves from Adbar, and the enchantmental powers of the Harpells, the success would be rigorous won if won at all. Wulfgar as-well underdistinct the sin of the undertaking that Catti-brie would visage, and demur came to him encircling his determination to set out delay Drizzt. Regis scarcityed him, but he could not rotate detached from Catti-brie in her scarcity. Catti-brie sensed his calamity. She walked up to him and kissed him suddenly, passionately, then jumped end. "Get yer vocation done and balance, Wulfgar, son of Beornegar," she said. "And get ye end to me!" "I, too, was Bruenor's coadjutor," Wulfgar argued. "I, too, shared in his confidence of Mithril Hall. I should be alongside you when you go to eminence him." "Ye've a coadjutor subsisting that scarcitys ye now," Catti-brie snapped at him. "I can set the plans to going. Ye get yerself succeeding Regis! Pay Entreri all he's got hereafter, and be lively. Mighten be that ye'll get end in period to retreat to the halls." She rotateed to Drizzt, a most-trusted example. "Keep him unendangered for me," she pleaded. "Show him a rectilinear public-way, and likeness him the way end!" On Drizzt's nod, she spun and ran end up to Harkle and internal the Ivy Mansion. Wulfgar did not flourish. He trusted in Catti-brie. "For the halfling and the cat," he said to Drizzt, clasping Aegis-fang and surveying the public-way antecedently them. Sudden fires glowed in the drow's lavender eyes, and Wulfgar took an obligatory plod end. "And for other reasons," Drizzt said grimly, looking out balance the distant southland that held the brute he capability keep beseem. It was his fortune to unite Entreri in conexamination intermittently, he knew, the examination of his own desert to frustrate the killer. "For other reasons." * * * Dendybar's inspiration came rigorous to him as he objected the show, Sydney's clay stuffed into a cavity of a black margin. The spook, Morkai, waved his arm and the shadow was replaced by a object of the depth of Garumn's Gorge.