Out of the darkness I came spilling with all these things I had been hiding from myself, and I saw a colossal figure spearing open the dark mouth. His skin was scaled, the colour of shadow, dancing with veins of lightning, and his head was bestial – almost draconic. His wicked weapon struck with repeated ferocity, until the darkness twisted and shrank away. At last it was the size of a python; the shadow-man bent and let it crawl up his arm in undulating coils. He kissed it when it reached him, then from his shoulders it hung, obedient and deadly.
‘It takes darkness to face darkness,’ his bass voice rumbled; his eyes like white hot coals.
— Hawk Divine, J.M. Duke
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