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Seida’s feet hit the ground again with a jarring thud. She sucked in a deep breath, feeling cold air fill her lungs again. The air smelled heavily of pine and wet forest floor. The sound of the boys coughing and sputtering as they caught their breath hit her ears as the ringing faded. She opened her eyes and released Sadra and Tauren’s hands. Gregorim seemed to be alright, if a bit disoriented. But Tauren promptly fell to his knees, wheezing and clutching his chest. Seida knelt beside him, pl...