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     While Jace had been unconcious the teams had been working non-stop in hopes of finding a way down into the canyon to see if the High Wizard was still alive. They'd succeeded in rescuing Kyrius from her perilous position but they'd all heard her scream, and a few had even seen Jace plummet out of sight.
     "Any progress?" Fen asked his second in command. The man merely shook his head grimly.
     "I'm sorry captain, but it'll take time to get anything figured out on how we're going to be able to get down there." He responded as they all looked over the edge again.
     "We have to find a way down there." Fen whispered sadly. He was worried about Jace, really worried. If they were lucky the wizard would've fallen only a short distance and had managed to stop his decent somehow and was now resting on a ledge. But something was telling him that that was impossible.
     "How's it going?" Kyrius asked, her eyes swollen and puffy from having been crying. The poor woman felt like it was her fault that Jace had fallen. It had taken Fenrir a good hour to calm her hysterics enough to get her to understand that it wasn't her fault. It was that Harpy's fault that he'd fallen and that if they see her then Kyrius would get first crack at her.
     "Slowly." Fen answered with a shake of his head. It was already nearing midnight and no one had managed anything.
     "Do you think we'll ever get down there?" Kyrius asked softly as she joined Fen in looking over the ledge. The professor could only shrug and of course, all anyone could do, was hope.

     Jace meanwhile hadn't lasted long once the cold of death had begun to seep into his limbs, but when he next opened his eyes he was shocked at what he saw.
     Instead of the purple and dead ground of Niffelheim he was lying in a soft bed and was covered in silk sheets the colour of rich ivory. The walls were gold with white marble floors and grand ivory pillars in the corners that stretched up to support the glass roof. Beyond the roof was the most beautifully blue sky he'd ever seen. Sitting up he noticed that he was no longer injured in the slightest, and that his clothes had been replaced. He was now wearing what could really only be described as a toga.
     "Wh-where am I?" He asked as he stood up. As his bare feet touched the warm marble he was surprised by the fact that it was warm. He looked the room over again and took note of the awe inspiring engraving done on the pillars and the ivory night-stand that was beside his bed. The lamp itself was made of some etheral essence that waved and moved ever so slightly but the light never wavered with it.
     "Welcome to Valhalla brave warrior." A booming yet gentle voice answered his question and he spun to look at the door. Standing in the door was the great god king himself.
     "Odin..." Jace whispered in awe before he fell to his knees. Valhalla, that meant...
     "Yes Jace, you died. But do not fear, for though you died you died with honour and courage. Thus earning you your passage into these grand halls." Odin explained as he gestured to their surroundings. Slowly Jace stood up and looked back at the god king.
     "Come Jason, allow me to show you around." Odin said pleasently with a great smile on his face. Jace followed him out of the room and into the open hall. Again he was assualted by wonder as he beheled Valhalla. Warriors of all kinds dueled in friendly fashion in grand training grounds, Valkyrie flew gracefully through the vast and seemingly endless skies. Pillars of Ivory, Gold, Silver, and ever precious jewel imaginable stretched up to support various roof tops and buildings. Each building was absolutely beautiful in it's design and the way it was built.
     "It's... beautiful." Jace whispered then again fell to his knees as unimaginable sorrow gripped him in its entirety.
     "Are you alright?" Odin asked softly as Jace sobbed, biting his lip as he tried to not scream in his emotional agony.
     "No, I-I'm not." He answered after a moment.
     "Is Valhalla not to your liking?" The god asked curiously as he helped Jace stand up again.
     "It's absolutely beautiful my lord. But... I-I've left so much behind. A wife... a new born daughter..." Jace whispered sadly as he looked over the incredable city before him.
     "Ah, I see, well Jace. You did die, so tell me honestly, are you ready to accept death?"
Yay part two is up! :la: Now you get to see what happened to Jace and where he ended up! :iconro-ggplz:

Oh and I know I said I wouldn't kill Jace in the last chapter and now you're all probably thinking I'm a big fat lier but I'm gonna have to ask you to hold your horses! There's more to come!

Kyrius Keeper (c): :iconcarmasi:
Fenrir/Jace (c): :iconmishizoko:
Valhalla/Odin/Valkyrie/High Wizard/Professor (c): Gravity
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XX8 Jun 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
THAT ENDING GOT ME ALMOST CRYING WELL A SOB DID SCAPRE MY LIPS XD\OH LORD

:iconjsnakeplz: *sight* at least i ge to calm hyouri down ..
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Mishizoko Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Haha! Victory is mine! >D Kidding! But I'm glad you were moved by it. :)
:iconmythplz: I always thought Jace would live to be over a hundred years old, what with his luck.
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XX8 Jun 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I KNOW IS JUST SAD WHEN HE TALKS ABOUT BOTH ASUKA AND HYOURI

:iconjsnakeplz: i thought so too..
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Mishizoko Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yup, he really didn't want to leave them behind.
:iconmythplz: Why is fate so cruel?
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:iconxx8:
XX8 Jun 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
:iconjsnakeplz: hey, im just a sniper what should i know
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Mishizoko Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:iconmythplz: And you think I have anymore of an idea than you?
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XX8 Jun 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
:iconjsnakeplz: i guess we cant tell fate what to decide
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Mishizoko Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:iconmythplz: *sighs sadly* No... But we can always hope that it's a bad dream.
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