I kept walking, and when I felt myself stop I ran. At first I forgot where I was going but then I remembered, and Simmone found me running she caught me. She looked at me with deep blue eyes, with care I haven’t seen in a long time.
“I was coming to see what took so long. Julian said he would bring you to the training area. What’s the matter little flame?” She looked back and behind me. “Where is Julian?”
“Simmone he isn’t who you think he is.”
“What do you mean? He is as trust worthy as any boy I have met.”
I told her everything that he told me, and the magic he used against me. She listened as my tale drew on with the final details her eyes leaked hatred. “I left him, back there.” I pointed behind me.
“Ember you had no right! He is only a boy!”
“Who could have killed me, if I hadn’t wiggled out of his spell. Simmone he’s fighting for the wrong side you can’t take his side if he joined my father.”
“I can and I will.”
“You know as well as I do, if you take my father’s side you go against the Goddess’.”
“Well I guess there are only five to go against then.” She sent a volley of fire toward me. I side swiped it and rebounded the remaining away from me.
“Hmm, this would work a lot easier for you if you hadn’t already taught me so much.” I called to her, as she sent more. I knew her plan, try to over whelm me then come for a final attack.
“I didn’t teach you everything.” She said releasing all her heat.
“I don’t need to know everything.” It hit me like a wave hits you in the ocean. “You call that heat?” I let my heat go; I felt my feet leave the ground. “Bria.” I said and I grew brighter and brighter. Simmone covered her eyes from the bright sun I had created. She backed into the wall. “Teneat eam velut ferrum vapor aquae” Water vapors hold her like iron. The air shimmered and around Simmone water appeared and held her to the wall just like Julian. The water held and solidified shimmering like iron in my sunlight.
“Let me go!” She screamed. I let my heat drain and I soaked in what I could. I settled back on the ground.
“That isn’t in my power Simmone. You choose the wrong side; no one else did that for you.” I began to walk way. “I’ll tell the professor what happened here. I’ll be seeing you, bye Simmone thanks for your help.” I smiled and turned away.