A being tries to tempt Wraithvine with a special wish, a test. Their ultimate dream would come true. But is the cost of an innocent soul worth it? -- Anon Guest
Immortals are truly hard to tempt, especially if they've been at it long enough. The wants of mortality fade away as time renders them irrelevant.
Mortals die. Oceans rise. Empires fall. Change occurs and little can stop it. Wants fade away as beauty can be found anywhere, friendship is temporary, and the immortal learns to suffice with the most basic of accommodations.
A few kings throwing one in the oubliette a few times will do that to one. However, Lord Darkbolt of Myrandor believed he had something that might grab an immortal's attention.
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