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Little else passes between us before the hush takes over the inner garden. “Your greatness, mistress,” I mumble, dropping my head as low as possible. The mistress steps forward, and my scales creak in protest at the tiny power radiating from the orimos. “I am, as always, at your service,” Riena murmurs in the reverential tone that has been beaten and starved into us. The mistress looks between us, and a small smile twists her face into unseemly angles.

“I can leave the room, but you cannot.” Shrugging would disturb the furnishings and old voices.

I have never been brought to this place, but I know the voices embedded in the guts of the room. You may be lost for a time, but she will find you eventually. “I have not seen her work with bone.” Riena is too busy stroking skeins of silk threads to care which spindly chair deserves her rump.

Somehow the mess of scale, flesh, and humour as big as a human head is more disconcerting than the gambit of my full mass. It is an insult to my smaller cousins from whom I am made.” Head back between paws, and that should be the end of it.

“I would think,” I say, working saliva across my sandy tongue. I need time to work up the energy to examine this newcomer’s insides and decide what sort of spy she is.

I have seen many innards in my time, in ropes slithering across the tiles of the garden.

I prefer seeing them my way, intact in their mysterious glory. One moment, the mistress is walking towards the deserted garden and what little sunlight is allowed is smoothing the tines on my back. The sight of the sheer mass of sprawling buildings outside the teasing windows should hold no fascination.

A simple gesture made complicated by the knots of white knuckle and blue veins. Her guts are all silk threads and thick canvas, barely stitched together with hope. She would readily lose her hands to leave this place. ” The mistress comes for Riena at a precise enough time.

Not too long after we are introduced, but long enough that a lesser beast would be unable to ascertain the calculation in her intent.

This calculation, like her innards, tells me nothing.

The mistress carefully shields herself in the steel flame of orimos so it is impossible to look within her.

“Surely a great drakon like you could just fly away.” . “Just because you do not see a tether or a lock does not mean we are free to move,” I say, weaving my head, a sign of dismissal. I will forgive you this time for not knowing the rules.” “This is a prison,” the woman snaps. I have employed my name in Drakon-het before, and it costs me little.