Wilaver on the Sky Lord
It was a sight to behold let me tell you, taller than a church it was, even sitting down. Must have been some height when it was standing and moving. Yes, a walking metal statue, of course it looked like it hadn't walked in an age. Now what was interesting is that these deformed people couldn't see the last city, even if they travelled into the valley and many said that they had. I still trying to work out why that might have been. Magic you ask? Nah, not even a little bit. I'm not sure how a statue that size ever moved, or how the inhabitants still continued to move but it wasn't magic. There wasn't even a sniff of magic in the air. In fact the closest thing to magic was a long sword that drops cheese when it's swung, not exactly what I'm looking for, the thing is too heavy to be of use and weapons rarely reveal any of their magic secrets even after years of study. Give me a scroll any day, you can learn so much from a scroll, and they often don't smell of cheese. that is unless they've come from old Barleyman's magic shop on Cheese Mongers Row. There is a prospect through, apparently these "Pure" geezers have a flying city, although knowing my luck it probably won't be magic either. Still you have to wonder why they'd be stealing little children from the deformed village, can only be for a nefarious purpose. The village, well that's another story, totally destroyed when we came out of the statue, everyone burnt to a crisp, not a pleasant sight. I suspect that when .... actually best not to dwell on that, Fionn, two more if you please!