Zinra Recovered, Let\'s Exchange Some Emeralds

Uroya hesitated, her muscles tensing as she prepared to follow Thamos. But as he turned his head, she caught a glimpse of his skeleton-transformed head under his black hood. She froze, her body stiff with fear as Thamos repeated his command.

”Stay inside the cart, Uroya, ” he said urgently. ”Ill take care of whatever is out there. ”

Thamos set off towards the source of the strange noise, leaving Uroya and Zinra alone in the cart. As they waited, the eerie sound grew louder and more intense, causing Uroyas heart to race with fear. Suddenly, a creature emerged from the forest, its bizarre appearance causing Uroya and Zinra to gasp in shock.

The creature was a human-headed antelope, its body writhing and convulsing as it struggled against some unseen force. Its eyes were rolled back in its head, revealing only the whites, and foam dripped from its mouth as it let out a series of guttural moans. Its fur was matted and caked with dirt, and its skin was covered in open wounds and bruises.

Despite its fearsome appearance, Uroya and Zinra were more terrified by the fact that they had never seen such a creature before. They huddled together in the cart, their eyes fixed on the writhing antelope as it stumbled and fell to the ground.

Just as they thought things couldn get any worse, an Emerald Minotaur approached, its massive frame dwarfing even Thamos. The creature was holding a glowing emerald warhammer, its sharp edges glinting in the light of the torch on the cart. It spoke in a strange, otherworldly language that sent shivers down Uroya and Zinras spines.

Thamos responded in the same language, gesturing towards Uroya with a pointed palm. Uroya realized what he wanted and quickly retrieved Thamos skeleton-themed knives, which were glowing with purple and pink magical lights. She threw them to Thamos, who caught them expertly with one hand.

The Emerald Minotaur attacked with lightning-fast reflexes, its warhammer swung towards Thamos with deadly force. But Thamos was quicker, dodging the attack in a blur of motion and counterattacking with his knives. The two clashed in a fierce battle, their weapons ringing out as they clashed and parried.

Uroya and Zinra watched in awe as Thamos fought with incredible speed and skill, his movements fluid and precise as he fought off the Emerald Minotaur. Despite the creatures size and strength, Thamos seemed to have the upper hand, his knives flashing through the air as he attacked relentlessly.

The battle raged on, the sounds of clashing steel and the grunts of the combatants filling the air. Uroya and Zinra huddled in the cart, their eyes glued to the action as Thamos fought to protect them.

As the battle raged on between Thamos and the Emerald Minotaur, Uroya and Zinra watched anxiously from the safety of the cart. Suddenly, Thamos gestured towards the cart, his palm held out as if to protect them. As he closed his fist, the giant monster bones that had been scattered around the cart seemed to come to life, forming a protective shell around the cart.

The Emerald Minotaur roared in frustration as Thamos continued to fight with all his might, his knives flashing through the air as he landed blow after blow on the massive creature. The Minotaur fought back with ferocity, its warhammer causing sparks to fly as it struck the ground.

As the battle raged on, a rat-headed boar with massive tusks appeared on the scene, its beady eyes fixed on the cart. It began to eat the giant monster bones that formed the protective shell around the cart, its tusks tearing through the bones with ease. Uroya and Zinra watched in horror as the boar ate its way through the bones, their fear growing with each crunching sound.

Just as the rat-headed boar was about to break through the last of the bones, it suddenly got stuck, its head poking into the cart as it tried to reach Uroya and Zinra. The creature snapped its teeth, trying to bite the two as they cowered in fear.

Zinra knew he had to do something to survive, so he asked Uroya to hold the boars head steady. Uroya gritted her teeth and grabbed the tusks, holding them firmly as Zinra placed his hands around the boars mouth, trying to keep it from biting them.

Thamos, who had been too focused on the fight to notice what was happening in the cart, turned just in time to see Zinra using magic to burn the rat-headed boars head. Zinra cackled with excitement as the flames engulfed the creature, his whole body starting to burn as he lost control of the spell. Uroya could see the pain etched on Zinras face as he writhed in agony, the flames consuming him.

Despite the danger, Uroya knew she had to act fast. She kicked at the bone shell surrounding the cart, trying to break through it. After several fierce kicks, she managed to shatter the bones and throw them aside, along with the burning rat-headed boar.

As Uroya and Zinra emerged from the cart, they saw another rat-headed boar approaching, its beady eyes fixed on them as it let out a series of guttural snarls. Uroyas heart raced with fear as she looked at Zinra, who was still engulfed in flames.

An idea came to her, and she shouted at Zinra to hold still as she grabbed his legs and swung him around like a weapon. The environment became more visible as she swung him through the air, the rat-headed boar cowering in fear as it faced the burning Zinra.

Uroya knew she had only one chance to defeat the creature, so she swung Zinra with all her might, releasing him at just the right moment. Zinra flew through the air, his flames burning brighter as he crashed into the rat-headed boar. The creature let out a blood-curdling shriek as it was engulfed in flames, collapsing to the ground as it burned to ash.

Uroya breathed a sigh of relief as she watched the creature burn, her heart racing with adrenaline.

As Uroya swung Zinra around, she noticed that the flames engulfing his body didn burn her hands. Zinra was concentrating fiercely, determined not to burn her as she held him.

Meanwhile, Thamos and the Emerald Minotaur continued to fight, their weapons ringing out as they clashed and parried. The battle was fierce and intense, the two warriors locked in a desperate struggle for survival.

As the fight wore on, it became clear that Thamos was struggling to keep up with the powerful Minotaur. His movements were growing slower and more labored, and it seemed as if he might not be able to hold out much longer.

Seeing that Thamos was in trouble, Uroya acted quickly. She threw Zinra at the Minotaur like a fireball, then ran towards the creature and delivered a powerful blow. The Emerald Minotaur crumpled to the ground, broken into pieces by the combined force of Zinras flames and Uroyas attack.

Thamos and Uroya rushed to save Zinra, who was still engulfed in flames. They worked quickly and efficiently, using their combined strength to extinguish the flames and tend to Zinras burns.

As they tended to Zinra, Thamos turned to Uroya and asked, ”Who is this boy? How did he get in the cart, and why can he use magic? ”

But before Uroya could answer, Zinra let out a faint moan and passed out, his body going limp in their arms.

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