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Kailitha's cold and hard voice had strangely enough a calming effect on Yani. She drew a deep breath, ragged as if she'd just ran a mile, and let it out slowly as Kailitha spoke.
Six years... Her mouth formed the words without a sound. But she had spoken to the man only two days ago. And Lysira had left when... Only years in training and standing attendant kept her on her feet, and she felt like she had no control over her body. The Freak of the Yards, dead? And his Aes Sedai? That could not be! If what the Gaidar told her was right, all the Officers were gone or dead, and that years ago. But she had seen them only days ago! It couldn't be true!
Could it? But how?
Yani barely heard the Gaidar talking, but somehow the older woman broke through the haze. Regaining some control over herself again, she slid down onto the nearest bench. She felt as if her legs wouldn't hold her anymore. Looking up at Kailitha, her gaze was distant and seemingly absent minded.
"I apologize for the outburst, Kai.. Captain d'ra Din," she said, her voice sounding hollow. "I... I spoke to Jip Gaidin only two days ago." Her eyes drifted out over the Yards as she spoke. "And Caden Gaidin. He taught that sword class last week. And you say he's dead?" She looked back at Kailitha. "Been dead for years?" She saw the confirmation in the Gaidar's eyes, and looked down on the ground. Her mind had more or less stopped working by now, but she tried to forc it to think, to try and get some sense into things. Though sense had long since left, it seemed. When she spoke, it seemed as if on auto-pilot, her voice hollow and almost emotionless.
"Two days ago, Jip Gaidin assigned me to Timara Sedai, of the Indigo Ajah, and we rode north the same day. The mission was quite dull, actually. Timara Sedai wanted to study some strange stone construct, and she did, and we travelled back again the next day. Quite simple, not like the last time." She hadn't spoken much about that trip, two years prior, having blown it off as a dream or something until the last days, but now the story of that came out on a roll, bits and pieces that she had forgotten leaving holes in the story.
"I don't know what happened there, or to the Aes Sedai," she finished, her eyes shifting from their empty stare out over the grounds to be fixed on Kailitha again, " but that stone was similar to the one Timara Sedai studied. I think she called it a Portal Stone?"
This message is a reply to: *rubs temples*
posted by Kailitha d'r Din.