Chapter two: the journey.
Serana barged in, and cast a spell at Brelyna.
"Let's go." she said, as her toy clambered down from the table.
"Yes, Mistress." she stuttered, as spectral replica of her former clothes manifested around her.
She was still very naked, and felt like it, too. But she didn't look it.
As she stumbled outside, she remembered her orders. Outside, she is married to Arch-Mage Lani. Not her pet.
"Beloved, get into the carriage. We must go on a trip."
"Yes, my love. But where are we going?"
They boarded the carriage, and Serana enthralled the driver.
"To Winterhold" she said. As the carriage departed Riften.
Once safely away from Riften, Lani cast a spell, and a canvas appeared over the bed of the carriage. Or, looked to appear. As they still felt just as nude and chilly.
"Brelyna. You've earned a week in the block."
"Yes, Mistress Lani. But why? I only wish not to dissapoint you again."
"Two weeks. You are not allowed to ever ask questions.
Once we arrive in Winterhold, I will find a spot for your punishment." said Serana.
"The roof. The Arch-Mage's quarters has plenty of soul gem pylons. I'll use those to cast the spells for the two weeks. Four black souls should suffice to power it for such a period of time. I know there's three there. But where do we get a fourth?"
Serana simply nods towards the driver of the cart.
A few hours later she ordered him to stop with a simple tap on the shoulder.
"I don't have time to make this pleasurable for you." as Lani sank her teeth into his neck, and Serana hers into his leg.
Within a minute of beginning, the spell was cast, and his head spiked through.
"Brelyna. Eat him." said Lani as she grabbed Serana by the hand and ran off toward the sea of ghosts. And she did just that. Hours passed, as she ate his muscles, raw. Leaving only a skeleton with intact guts.
She then simply waited, in the cart.
Another hour later, Serana and Lani emerged. Covered in snow. They didn't seem to notice.
"Take the reins, Thrall." Serana said, coldly. As the group rode the last miles into the small town.
"Brelyna! Oh, you look wonderful. I'm so happy for you and the Arch-Mage."
Quietly she replied "th-thanks, Ondmund. It's been wonderful.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.