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  • Through it stepped a creature she would have mistaken for another abishai, if it hadn't cor'rected her thoughts.

    The Black Wing

  • Without answering, the creatures snapped into formation, boxing Khisanth in with two abishai on each side of the dragon, save for the front.

    The Black Wing

  • "We're abishai, sentries on the Abyssal plane," it said, its tone very low-pitched and slow, like stone would sound if it could talk.

    The Black Wing

  • Looking more closely, Khisanth began to notice subtle dif-ferences'the flesh-covered horns, the slightly more human-looking face, deeply slanted eyes, and protruding tusks instead of rows of equally jagged teeth, like the abishai.

    The Black Wing

  • The small battalion of abishai disappeared into the dark red sky as mysteriously as they had arrived.

    The Black Wing

  • "The distinctions between them and lesser baatezu like abishai are obvious."

    The Black Wing

  • And this one gripped a large barbed whip in its talons; the abishai were armed only with claws.

    The Black Wing

  • The red abishai extended its tail toward her and revealed the small stinger at its tip.

    The Black Wing

  • The thought of those brainless creatures clawing at her relent'lessly made her feel more trapped than the escort of abishai had.

    The Black Wing

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