“What the hell!” she uncontrollably shouted, earning her a punch in the mouth.
“Shoulda kept her on the sedative.” A female voice chuckled.
Light Helena came down the stairs, a spear hanging from her side. “H-Helen?” Phoenix gasped.
Helena ignored her. “Did you pirates forget all humans are my territory? Not to mention, General Kong does not have the authority to sentence anyone to immortality, or prison. She’s in the hands of The Academy of Illumination now. Release her, before I have to use force.” her hand rested on the spear.
Phoenix’s guards unchained her, then flung her towards Light Helena. “Let’s go, Phoe. We don’t have long before they discover what I’ve done.”
They ran up the stairs, and onto a smaller barge. “Lilith! Hurry, we have to go!” Helena shouted.
The ship began to move, fast. “Oh my gosh, Phoe. I warned you, I warned you that you shouldn’t taken that job! Thank goodness I found you. Disguising myself as my Light counterpart was a pain. And my Dark counterpart tricked my brother, oh my lord. He thinks the Darkness took me! But I got sent here! Oh Phoe, this is such a mess.”