It’s the calm before the storm and Corey has some quality alone time. When Marcus meets with Bernard, he finds himself in a uniquely vulnerable position but he is, as ever, fully in control.
Vayne is paying a visit to the Knights Protector of Fort Radiance and he makes sure to teach their Knight-Captain just how good it can feel to be trampled. He has to lay out a proper reception for his Master, after all.
Seeing a familiar face in the throng of fuck-zombies unsettles Jackson. But he knows better than to blab about it to anyone, least of all the Chief when they see each other again.
Having made up for their days apart, Vayne once again leaves Edric with the promise that he won’t be gone as long this time. He sets his sights on the Knights Protector of Fort Radiance, the Order’s first line of defense against external forces, and certainly the first to be trampled by the hellborn when Vayne’s plan comes to fruition.
Corey, as Godspark, continues to have his fun with the fallen Centurion. He’s about to get carried away, but fortunately Marcus is there to put him back in his place.
With Brother Cathas now in Vayne’s pocket, the magical wards that protect the Fort from the influence of the hellborn are compromised. Upon his return, he runs into Edric, who is much changed since the last they saw each other, in many ways that are more than a little appealing for Vayne.
It’s a week to D-Day and unseen to the eye of the general public, things are ramping up at the Satellus estate as the prospect of all-out war looms over the proceedings. Meanwhile, a training session sees Corey, as Godspark, taking out his frustrations on the Centurion while Imperious enjoys the show
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Vayne’s got two more artifacts to test with Cathas’ help and it just so happens that one of them is better enjoyed in pairs. He gets to have some fun of his own while continuing to show Cathas just how good it can be to give in to the desires of his body.