The sun was a huge glowing ball of crimson flame in the western sky and the heat made Ler-Kinions tongue swell, filling his mouth. His gaze swept across the pool of water that he had spent the last four days watching. When he was finished the first thing he would do is slake his thirst in the waters of the pool. He had been without any food or water for nearly seven full days and he was very weak from dehydration and exhaustion.
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