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But now he was worried. He felt that sooner or, later, Orion would find out where he was. And when they did, they'd come in force to get him, and would smash all of us to flinders when we tried to oppose, them. " Garr Atten's tawny eyes flashed. "I saw our big chance, then. I told Ryll Emrys, ‘Give us this new weapon of yours. If it's as powerful as you say, we can use it to hold off Orion or anyone else. But he recoiled from that idea at first. He said he'd run away so the thing never would be used for war, he couldn't do it.
There was not a thing here to show that Fairlie had been V'rann of Orion. On the other hand, if Fairlie had been V'rann, an ace secret agent like that would be too clever to carry anything around that would give him away. As Mason stood frowning, he suddenly heard the sharp voice of Fayaman from outside. "Lua, I've just heard that Garr Atten is finally going to tell us his plans today, and—" Lua's voice, rising to shrillness, interrupted. “Chan's dead! Brond Holl killed him, he said. " Mason strode out into the dazzling green sunlight.
His eyes swept them fiercely. “Now listen to me. I'll go at once to consult Ryll about the men and materials we'll need to build the thing on more dead worlds. We'll need all the time we can get to do that. If one of you blabs this thing in the meantime, I'll kill him. " They left the house an hour later, a taut, excited group. Mason was among the first out, and instantly he slipped away in the humid darkness and turned down a side way and started running. He felt as though he was running a footrace with cosmic disaster.