Hello, My Name Is: Death
The ritual began. Ethan took the ESSENCE OF OSIRIS and spilled three drops ontop of the book, took another bottle labled MOON WAX and poured some ontop of it. Then he handed me the knife. I decided to brick my finger, and I squeezed a drop of blood onto the blade, and then another onto the book. Then I passed the couteau to Jerek who did the same while I sucked on my new wound. He cut his thumb, smeared his blood on the knife, dropped a drop, and passed it to Ethan. The couteau went around all the way to Shropee who dropped her blood and walked over to the book. She then stabbed the book, and it stuck in mid-air. A purple force field popped up out of nowhere around the book, and the couteau was stuck half-way into it. She returned to her position, while Ethan finished up.
He spilled plus magic stuff onto it, and did some incantation words, and then his eyes rolled into the back of his head. The whites of his eyes turned black, and he gripped the hospital bed, and started finishing the incantation. He took the knife, ripped a hole into the force field wide open and a dit "Arumii Aden! " Clapped his hands once together, and then a wave of energy shot through the room, and left as soon as it came. Ethan sunk to the floor, and the rest of us just waited.
"Alright," Shropee said, helping Ethan to his feet. "It's done. Cyd, emballage, wrap the book back up, I'll take it. Now, toi and Tabra need to leave after we do. Jerek and I will leave, Ethan will then leave. And then toi leave."
"Alright." I walked over to Tabra and we sat on his bed, waiting for our turn to leave.
"Jerek, pack his stuff away." Shropee said, and hoisted Ethan into a chair.
"Okay." Jerek put everything away, and when he was finished he pulled me off to the side. "Be careful, okay?"
"I will." I promised, and he kissed me goodbye.
"You okay?" I heard Shropee ask once our lips departed.
"Yes." Ethan said. "You two go."
Shropee made sure he was okay, put the book back into lab coat, tied it up tight, and grabbed Jerek's arm.
"Time to go, kiddo." He nodded.
"I l’amour you." He said, and then they left the room.
"Why didn't toi say it back?" Tabra asked.
"Just forget it." Ethan told him, and rose to his feet. "It's time for me to go."
"Alright, bye Ethan. Thanks for everything, including Verona."
"No problem." He said, and I gave him my cell number so he could tell me updates, and then he left, the bag of magic supplies in his hands.
"That was fast." Tabra a dit out of nowhere, and I nodded.
"Let's go." He got to his feet, and we fled the hospital as fast as we could without drawing attention.
That was pretty east. Scary. But easy.