By R. A. Salvatore
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Then finish the deed,” said Maya. Briza clenched down tight on the dagger and began the ritual again. “Stay your hand,” Matron Malice commanded, propping herself up in the chair. “Lolth is content; our victory is won. ” “Just a male,” Briza commented in obvious disgust, walking away from the idol and the child. “Next time we shall do better,” Matron Malice chuckled, though she wondered if there would be a next time. She approached the end of her fifth century of life, and drow elves, even young ones, were not a particularly fruitful lot.
Since he had entered this conspiracy, the wizard had feared that his impatience might cost him his life. He had been caught in the violent throes of one of his own magical experiments, the tragedy melting away all of his facial features and leaving behind a blank hot spot of white and green goo. Matron Malice Do’Urden, reputedly as skilled as anyone in all the vast city in mixing potions and salves, had offered him a sliver of hope that he could not pass by. No pity found its way into Dinin’s callous heart, but House Do’Urden needed the wizard.
Those most powerful in Menzoberranzan spend their days watching over their shoulders, defending against the daggers that would find their backs. Their deaths usually come from the front. —Drizzt Do’Urden o a surface dweller, he might have passed undetected only a foot away. The padded footfalls of his lizard mount were too light to be heard, and the pliable and perfectly crafted mesh armor that both rider and mount wore bent and creased with their movements as well as if the suits had grown over their skin.