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[Season One, Entry Six] The glow slowly faded and was replaced by gloom. For a minute, Daniel thought he went blind as he stumbled about with his arms extended before him. He touched stone walls and followed them. Eventually, his eyes adjusted, and he saw the cave walls. Ilana said "cave," but what Daniel saw was more like a jagged, twisting tunnel. He followed it for a while and gradually became aware of a faint light ahead. A short bit later, the tunnel opened up onto a spacious chamber that looked half worked. The side where Daniel stood looked natural, untouched. High above, a wondrously carved dome admitted white light through a hole in its center that illuminated everything underneath. The opposite side of the chamber was similarly worked into some sort of altar with a polished, stone slab raised on four short columns. On that altar lay a dagger. Daniel cautiously crept into the open, looking side to side as he made his way to the altar. At last he stood before the slab. The dagger was ornately made. The hilt had iridescence that shone in the light. Daniel couldn't place the dark-green material that composed it, but it seemed scaly and somewhat metallic. The dagger hilt was made of the same material and had the same sheen. Daniel hesitantly reached forward and grabbed the hilt. It was surprisingly sturdy and heavy. He tried to lift it but couldn't. The weight kept the dagger soundly adhered to the stone. Something thick and powerful suddenly wrapped itself around Daniel and squeezed. Daniel felt a light crushing force against his chest. He groaned as he was hoisted into the air and rotated. A great serpent towered over him, reaching almost to the dome. Robust antlers adorned its head, and its mouth gaped wide open, exposing large fangs. Wide, dark-green, iridescent scales covered its entire body, right down to the rattling tail that now wrapped around Daniel. The serpent hissed. "Thief!"

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[Season One, Entry Six] The glow slowly faded and was replaced by gloom. For a minute, Daniel thought he went blind as he stumbled about with his arms extended before him. He touched stone walls and followed them. Eventually, his eyes adjusted, and he saw the cave walls. Ilana said "cave," but what Daniel saw was more like a jagged, twisting tunnel. He followed it for a while and gradually became aware of a faint light ahead. A short bit later, the tunnel opened up onto a spacious chamber that looked half worked. The side where Daniel stood looked natural, untouched. High above, a wondrously carved dome admitted white light through a hole in its center that illuminated everything underneath. The opposite side of the chamber was similarly worked into some sort of altar with a polished, stone slab raised on four short columns. On that altar lay a dagger. Daniel cautiously crept into the open, looking side to side as he made his way to the altar. At last he stood before the slab. The dagger was ornately made. The hilt had iridescence that shone in the light. Daniel couldn't place the dark-green material that composed it, but it seemed scaly and somewhat metallic. The dagger hilt was made of the same material and had the same sheen. Daniel hesitantly reached forward and grabbed the hilt. It was surprisingly sturdy and heavy. He tried to lift it but couldn't. The weight kept the dagger soundly adhered to the stone. Something thick and powerful suddenly wrapped itself around Daniel and squeezed. Daniel felt a light crushing force against his chest. He groaned as he was hoisted into the air and rotated. A great serpent towered over him, reaching almost to the dome. Robust antlers adorned its head, and its mouth gaped wide open, exposing large fangs. Wide, dark-green, iridescent scales covered its entire body, right down to the rattling tail that now wrapped around Daniel. The serpent hissed. "Thief!"