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No Where to Go
It had been a while since he'd seen anyone.  He got lost down in the tunnel weeks ago.  He'd hid from a group of creatures or so he thought they'd been.  But it was just Nox clearing the tunnels with the others with them.  And that was the last time he saw another person or even a monster.  Food was scarce.  And he was starving.  The tunnels were no place to take refuge but in his haste to flee his impending death at the hands of the Atharim women he'd been with he'd lost track of his whereabouts in the tunnels.

What he wouldn't give for a pair of land warriors.  Or for the traitorous boy god to find him.  But that wasn't to be had.  It had been weeks.  Or at least that's what his wallet said.  Which lost power long before that.  Day and night meant little in the tunnels.  Water was easy.  Rats were fair game.  But even they didn't seem to be present wherever in the depths of hell Jer had descended.  

He was tired and weak and his stomach gnawed on itself.  Jer stumbled into a wall and slunk to the wet floor.  At least there was water dripping from the ground here.  He could survive another day with more water.  That was his goal -- though he had no idea how he'd find his way out of this scrape.

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