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When the spectre came back to the consciousness she realised that she was stuck in the necklace.
Taking a look at area that she could see from the necklace, which was about 10 feet into every direction, she noticed that the boy was approaching a village.
'Has the world gone mad and started going backwards?' she thought in disbelief, for last time she had been awake there weren't any villages anymore and hardly even what she would have called towns, though she did admit that the village looked kind of strange if the time had gone backwards at some point of time.
When the boy entered the village spectre took note of the man the boy was following. As she listened the short explanation of what was where she just couldn't shake the feeling of dread, even when she couldn't come up with a reason why she was feeling dread. Something bad was going to happen soon or somebody was going to do something really stupid. But when taking note of the fact that her definition of soon had stretched to point that it could happen in the next month or so, it probably was both.
When the man took the boy to side she would have raised a brow if she had had a body then, spectral or not, as the man asked if the boy remembered the prayer, really, how vague was that? As the boy said that he didn't know any prayers, the spectre had a weirdest feeling of wanting to slam her head to nearest wall 'Well, I know way too many prayers, but I won't go admitting it to people. Try to fake amnesia boy, please, try'. Thinking about it a while, not taking a note of where the boy wandered, she wondered why she thought that the boy was trying to fake amnesia.
Shaking mentally her head to clear her thoughts she connected with the boy to gain some information of the situation. Losing her hold of her ability to see around the necklace, she drifted into the information that she started to gain from the boy.
The spectre became aware in commotion. At first she didn't understand anything that was going but she got back in focus and watched as some people told a woman that they would go to search somebody. The main focus shifted to a boy that now was standing in front of the woman telling her 'who cares whether *he* comes back or not'. When the woman asked if he hated *him* so much the boy nodded.
As the world started to fade away the spectre stated quietly "well, weren't you mean kid"
The next time the spectre woke up she felt a new and moderately powerful presence that had a familiar quality in it appear. Stretching her vision to the outside world, she started searching for a place to appear in without anyone noticing. Finding one soon she shifted into that area.
Looking to see what caused the presence she started to feel that something was off. For first of all everything was too big, she knows this from the fact that she had been there before, admit ably in different location and as a spectre but still. Secondly people that she could clearly see from where she was where also way too tall.
Taking fast note to the fact that Valefor flew over her head she tried to turn around. Tried, because she stumbled immediately with her foots, or should she say, paws. 'Well, this certainly isn't what I expected' come first to her mind. Getting used enough to her paws after an hour or so, she walked gracefully, for a being with paws, toward nearest reflecting surface, which was a little puddle of –relatively- clear water.
'This could be a serious problem' come to her mind firstly. She didn't look like a human, though that had been given the second she noticed that she had paws, she didn't even look like her aeon, though she did vaguely remember that there had been an aeon that was similar but slightly bigger. She looked vaguely like a bluish green fox, cat, dog, or something; she wasn't sure anymore because those species had died out some millennia, give or take few, ago, with a large ruby on her forehead.
Thinking it over for a second she come up with facts that the aeon's name had started with 'Carb-' and she probably would be mistaken as a fiend.
'Isn't this just my lucky day' she thought with sarcasm.
If anybody notices spelling errors would they be kind enough to point them out for me so I can correct them?