108. Inexplicable malice

108. Inexplicable malice

As I follow in the footsteps of the late Captain Rosalind, the compassion and humanity she displayed in adversity only makes her subsequent defilement by Molag Bal all the more abhorrent.  It is often said that those who fight monsters risk becoming one themselves, but this… forced to torment and persecute the very people she gave her life to save… it is an inexplicable malice.

It is better to light a torch then to curse darkness.  So I shall face this shade, and bring to an end this most wicked of corruptions.

S.K

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