Xperia 7.0

The cliff edge plummeted into a crevice that was so deep that only shadows lived at the bottom. Arellia wasn’t even sure if there was a bottom. She just saw edge.
On the other side Arellia saw dead land covered with papered tents and fires plastering over it.
The sky was scorched of all light. She checked above her, and there was a hole in the cloud line above her home.
The shield was here. She could almost picture it moving. Shrinking back until Arellia’s time to replenish it.
But she had delayed it, her and her guardian have yet to even try to bear a daughter. What if she had broken the cycle? Was it too late? Just as she was cursing herself she didn’t notice a creature from the other side had seen her.
It poised an arrow bolt, aimed, and fired it. The bolt scored through the precipice and pierced with a thud into her shoulder.
Arellia was knocked into the tree with a loud thud. A gasp escaped her lips and her eyes roamed to find an odd creature. It was shaped like a humanoid but had no features to speak of. Like it’s flesh had stretched thinly over it all. It was readying another arrow. Before it could shoot it she ran back into the cover of the forest. Something swooshed just behind her head which almost made her flinch to the floor. But she kept her legs running. Her dress snagged until large junks started ripping off completely. She lost her shoes a long time ago.
She heard something snap beside her though she didn’t bump into and trees or branches.
The clearing for the wall was in sight. And so was Alasdair who lifted his head to see her when she started to near. He stepped towards her his expression made it perfectly clear he wasn’t happy. Then she burst into the clearing and his face paled.
What he could see that she couldn’t. Was a queen running in a dress that was muddied and torn. And a stick poking out of her right shoulder. She looked as though she had been in a fight without the arrow in her flesh.
“What the fuck… How far out did you go!? Why did you go without someone!?”, his voice seemed concerned and annoyed at the same time. She ran to him ignoring his words. He opened his arms, “You scared me!”. Her body crashed into his, but he was strong enough not to move. His arms wrapped around her. It was then that she relaxed from her panic. When the warmth settled her heart. And the throb in her shoulder told her something was wrong.