Hey guys. This chapter will be about Violet. I hope you like this chapter. Enjoy.
After that day's training, everyone started to go back to their room.
Cole and I stayed in the training room as some of the last magicians were filing out.
We were both shattering shabti, me using the Claws of Bast and some divine words every once in a while, meanwhile Cole was using his sword and flames.
After I shattered my fifth shabti, I felt Cole tap me on the shoulder.
I looked up at him.
"Yeah?" I asked.
He pointed to the end of the room.
I looked over and saw Violet about to leave.
"I'm going to try to find out what's going on with her," he told me. "You ask Sadie about what Violet asked her."
"Try not to spook her." I told him.
He nodded and walked off.
After a few minutes in silence, I finally decided to try to find Sadie.
"Time to find out what Violet's secret is." I muttered.
I managed to catch up to Violet just as she was about to enter her room.
"Violet?" I called out. "We need to talk."
She looked at me with a panicked look on her face, but was trying her best to keep her cool.
"Yeah, what's up?" She asked.
"I need to know," I told her. "What you are keeping from us."
A sense of urgency spread across her face.
"N-nothing," She stuttered.
Then she sighed.
"I'm looking into my past life." She told me.
I squinted and deducted that she was still lying.
"Listen Violet," I told her. "I can tell by the sweat still on your forehead and your tense posture that your still lying."
Panic set in on her face.
"Well, it was nice talking to you, but I need to do more readership on my past." She told me as she headed towards the door.
When she turned the doorknob, I put my hand on the door to keep her from opening it.
She glared at me.
"Cole, let me through." She said in a warning tone.
"Violet, I need to know." I repeated.
Sweat rolled down her forehead.
She knew she was caught.
She swallowed and looked at me.
"You can't let this get out," she told me. "Or else some horrible things might happen."
This secret must be bigger than I thought.
I nodded, inviting her to tell me.
Instead of responding via words, she held out an open palm.
I looked at it for a second and jumped back as a purple hieroglyph appeared in her hand.
It took me a moment to process it.
"Your both a magician and a daughter of Apollo?" I asked.
"Yes, I'm a hybrid," She told me in a serious tone. "And you know what the gods did to the last hybrid."
I remembered Zeus destroying what was left of Tiberius.
"Yeah, but Tiberius tried to kill the gods." I told her.
She sighed and looked up at me.
"Gods feel dominant because of their power and immortality, Tiberius made them feel powerless and mortal for the first time," she told me. "I bet they don't want that to happen again, which is why I don't think the gods will hesitate to kill me."
I nodded, knowing she was right.
"Are you done grilling me like a fish?" She asked.
"Yeah." I responded.
"Good," she responded back. "Now let me in my room."
I lifted my hand to let her into her room, where she shut the door behind her.
This would be a lot to tell Luna.
I walked up toward Sadie, who was in the Grand Room.
"Sadie." I called to her.
She turned toward me and gave me a fake smiled.
"Hullo, Luna." She said to me.
"How are you holding up?" I asked, knowing that this can't be easy.
"Oh, you know," she told me. "Having your boyfriend turn into a homicidal mummy that we have to fight."
"I'm sorry about that Sadie," I told her. "But I came for something else."
"What?" She asked curiously.
"What did Luna ask you when she first came in?" I asked Sadie.
She thought for a moment.
"She asked if the barrier illusions had any flaws, I told her no, she walked away like she saw a ghost." She told me.
I think I knew the problem.
I looked toward Sadie.
"Thanks." I said to her.
I started to walk back to my room when I ran into Cole.
We both opened our mouths to speak.
"Violet is a demigod and a magician." We both said at the same time.
I hope you guys enjoyed. Thanks for reading. Peace.