Shortly after the Legendary Battle of Soule, A funeral was held for the fallen heroes who died. Followed by a celebration for the victory of an unlikely alliance of human, hobgoblin, and celestial. During the party, Sywulf and Eclipse had reunited with each other. However, the meeting was lukewarm. Sywulf had questions that needed answers. So the two found a secluded place to talk. She handed Sywulf's journal back to him. "I read the whole thing." "And?" He asked. "You haven't changed much." She lightly chuckled, but still with sorrow on her face. A few moments of silence passed before Sywulf finally spoke. "You said at the Well that you were in deep with a debt. What kind of debt?" She looked down at the floor. "What's your story?" He asked. "I… was born into slavery, in the underdark. That was most of my childhood. Then, one day an old half-wood elf was able to free me. His name was Eban. And… He was like a father to me. Eban brought me to the surface. He was part of the Hushed. So soon I was inducted into their ranks. He trained and raised me. The other members could've cared less about me. Then one day, he went out on a solo mission to kill a noble." Tears started to come down her face. "He died… a knight got him. So I took my vengeance. Then, a few years went by, you and Hanzo started to cause trouble for us, weather you knew it or not. I… I… was sent to kill you both." Sywulf's eyes widened. He was speechless. He always thought it was just a coincidence. Their was a lot of money on the werewolf. "I was ordered to earn your trust. But as we travailed, I grew to enjoy your company. Later, I began to love you." Their was a light smile on the dark elf's face. Sywulf had no expression. He was taking in all the information and trying to peace things together, as he was trained to do. "The debt?" He asked calmly. "I asked much from them. Weapons, armor, money. Their were missions I failed. And even disobeyed some orders. I owed too many favours to the wrong people in the Hushed. Just to get out of trouble. After Eban died, I didn't care about the organization. The only reason they let me stay was because I was Eban's apprentice. After traveling with you two for a while, I saw my chance to get away from them. But I needed some way to keep up the appearance I was with them until I came up with a plan to lose them." "Did the Hushed ever send agents? They would have had to know you went rogue at some point." Sywulf said. "They kept sending contacts, but… hahaha… Hanzo kept intercepting them. He found out quickly I was Hushed. And what my mission was. But he never brought it up. Eventually, he was able to threaten one agent to report back that I was dead. No more Hushed after that. And I had no desire to go back. The only reason I stayed was because of Eban. A few days before he died, Hanzo took me off to the side and explained how he knew. I asked him why he never killed me, he said because I was redeeming myself. He was such a kind and good man. I didn't deserve his kindness." "Neither did I." Sywulf thought to himself. "Then, the night I left you was because the Hushed had found me. They sent me a message. Come back and they would let you live. Or stay, and they would kill us both." "Dumat was right." Sywulf thought. A moment of silence came back again. Then Eclipse spoke. "Please, say something. Anything." "In trying to save me, how many people did you kill? How many times did you break one of Hanzo's biggest rules?" He asked somewhat coldly. "I heard about your work in Veleth, just before we landed in the desert." "Too many." She responded. Her voice was filled with sorrow. "Do you hate me?" "No." Sywulf answered. "When I stepped into the Well of Many Worlds, I met Sune. And saw Hanzo." Eclipse looked up in astonishment. "Sune told me though she doesn't approve of my combative lifestyle, she said that she hopes I drive out the hatred in my heart. And to find love and peace in my life. I thought maybe she was talking about you. And Hanzo said that he's proud of me. And I will always try to do right by them. But not just them. But to the good people of this world as well. I just have one last question for you. Do you want to try and make things right?" Eclipse looked at Sywulf for a moment. Then took a deep breath and said "Yes. But can I… be redeemed?" "You can." "You forgive me?" She asked. "Yes. Your past is my past too. And I'll help however I can. But it will take time and much work." "What about us? Where do we stand?" Eclipse asked. "We both did some damage, so, let's take it slow for now." The two hugged each other. "I'm so sorry." Said Eclipse. "I am too." Sywulf responded. After awhile, Sywulf got up. "Come on, I'll introduce you to my friends." The two rogues made their way down to the main hall. Later that night, Sywulf looked up at the stars and said "You knew? Of course you did. Hahaha! Oh Sensei… Your the absolute best."