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It was a trick taught him years before, which often had been the difference between effective control of a summoned demon or dismemberment at his hands.
This word strengthened the ward spell that confined the creature. Amirantha regained his feet as the demon continued to howl at discovering himself summoned to this realm and confined. Experience had taught the Warlock that demons rarely objected to being summoned, as they found this world easily plundered.
They just hated being confined and controlled. It was the one thing that made Amirantha's chosen area of study problematic: that whichhe studied kept trying to kill him.
Amirantha took a deep breath to calm himself and studied the enraged conjuration. The demon was not one he recognized; this was obviously a battle demon of some sort.
Amirantha knew more, perhaps, than any man living on Midkemia about demons and their nature, but he knew only a tenth of what he wished to know.
This particular one was new to him-though he conceded he hardly had an exhaustive knowledge of every demon in the Fifth Circle. He recognized the basic type: massive upper torso, roughly human in build, with a bull's head, or at least something that resembled a bovine. Long horns arched down and forward, giving weight to the Minotaurlike appearance. Absently, while beginning to conjure a spell designed to immobilize the demon, Amirantha wondered if such a monster had been the basis for the ancient myth of the Minotaur.
The legs were, if anything, goatlike, and there anything remotely familiar about the creature ended.
The eyes burned like hot coals, and the body was covered in something like black fur up to the waist, though it was not wool, hair, or fur as Amirantha recognized such. The upper body was black leather, but slicker, shinier, as if leather had been tanned, dyed, and polished, and his horns were blood-red. Amirantha also observed from the howls shaking the cave that the demon's disposition was getting nastier by the second. More to the point, the demon looked on the verge of rending his way through wards that should be impenetrable.
Amirantha knew better than to ever place too much stock in the word "should" when a demon was involved. He finished strengthening his spell of confinement and saw the demon step back a moment, shudder, then return to his attempt to rend the wards, accompanying his effort with an even louder bellow.
Amirantha's eyes widened slightly, his only outward concession to surprise.
The demon just shrugged off a spell designed to immobilize any conjured entity. Or at least Amirantha's idea of "any" until this very moment. Looking at the railing demon, Amirantha, Warlock of the Satumbria, stroked his chin whiskers as he considered what he observed. A vain man by any measure, he affected purple robes with silver needlework at the collar and sleeves and had his servant trim his beard and hair weekly, knowing exactly how it should look each time.
His receding hairline had caused him to let his dark hair fall to his shoulders, and his dark brows and pointed chin beard gave him a look to match his calling in life: a summoner of demons.
Or at least look the part to those who were willing to pay gold for the summoning or banishment of demons.
He muttered a very reliable invocation and watched. The demon should have instantly knelt before his master in abject obedience, but he could sense the summoned creature's rage growing at the command.
Amirantha sighed in a mixture of frustration and confusion, and wondered what he had conjured this time. Ignoring the ringing in his ears, the Warlock reached into a large belt pouch.
He had personally sewn this pouch years ago, patiently weaving magic into the threads as he labored under the supervision of a master artificer named Leychona, in the great City of the Serpent River, his one and only attempt at fabricating magic cloth.
He had been pleased with the results, this confining bag that let him gather together many stones of power without disastrous consequences.
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