The Illusion Shatters.
When Kenai manages to regain consciousness, she is surrounded by Beth who holds her tightly to her chest.
Beth: Princess? please react, tell me you’re there!
Kenai: Ugh…I’m fine, I think….
From there she tries to get up as her eardrums recover and slowly the sound begins to seed: Screams, Fire and Explosions, along with thunder begin to drown out Kenai’s ears as she watches what once seemed like her calm town be ravaged by a bunch of corpses and bandits running from house to house.
Beth starts running towards a pile of rubble where she finds Rudolph who is injured due to the nearby explosion.
Beth: PRINCESS! Rudolph is trapped!
Kenai quickly comes out of her trance and helps Beth move the pile of rubble where she supports Rudolph on her shoulder before lifting him up, Beth falls to the ground exhausted from using so much of her strength and power recently.
Rudolph: Damn suicide bombers… I didn’t expect them to have bombs ready….
Rudolph slowly with Kenai’s help regains his posture and they head towards Beth who can’t move much, she mumbles something under her breath.
Kenai: He’s fine, he left before we were attacked….
Rudolph: He’ll be fine, right now we have other problems.
From there, everyone sees the horror that fell on the town.
Kenai: Bandits…and they are not just any group of bandits.
(How did they find the village? No one knows of its existence except its residents? Did we have a mole all along? Was it a merchant?)
Rudolph: Kenai! Head towards the homes and start evacuating the survivors from the south houses, I’ll head towards the east homes.
Kenai notices that Rudolph is not wearing his everyday clothes, he is wearing his old soldier’s armor and at his side he carries his somewhat rusty sword.
Rudolph: Beth, go and find it, it’s time.
After saying those last words and giving Beth a kiss, Rudolph is seen quickly heading to the other side of town, and Kenai quickly headed south of town starting from the most intact houses possible,while running in the distance you can see a person falling down the cliff.
Kenai: (Hopefully there is survivors still…
In any case, time to get to work).