The OgDaodth had genetically engineered his people to be their slaves. He did not have any physical

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The OgDaodth had genetically engineered his people to be their slaves. He did not have any physical similarities to his Mother at all; he seemed to be most like his father Mythrus. Alaric’s physical features were very similar to Mythrus; also, his character very much resembled Mythrus nature. Mythrus was a builder and engineer. His tribe’s genetic specialization endowed them with the innate aptitude to design, engineer, and build. The builders were the 'beasts of burden' and were known for their strength, endurance and the superior quality of their artisanship and planning. Due to this genetic enhancement, his body also swiftly adapted to any environment. The baleful forest that he over-looked still had proven to be a formidable obstacle…show more content…
Leaving the place cloaked in shades of blues, grays and magentas. The energy of the haze was so intense it built a wall around him, the effect it created was disorientating. It felt as if he were standing in between the strings of time. It was as if he was not firmly rooted in any particular place or time. That he was somehow detached from the world around him viewing the people, places, and events through the strings of time, from some other place, time, and body. He had climbed the cliffs not only to get away from that sensation, but also to try to get a better overview of the landscape; hoping he might sight a pathway through the for-est. The ground of the forest was enchanted; the vines that covered it were like a hydra. They were impervious to magic, and fire. The more you cut them the faster they grew. If you stood still for too long the forest floor would grow around your feet intertwining between your legs. He stared at the darkened forest and watched it, as it appeared to writhe and taunt him and felt his frustration rise yet again. Alaric rarely encountered an obstacle that he could not readily overcome. In fact, it had been a very long time since he had experienced any sort of challenge in his life. This journey had been a long series of delays and chal-lenges, each one spilling into the next without end. He knew the general direction he was supposed to go in, but had no idea of his final destination. From the beginning, it

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