Accidental Immortal serialisation

There are fates worse than death…

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Welcome to the serialisation of Accidental Immortal. Chapters will be published four times a week so the serialisation will be completed at (roughly) the same time as on Wattpad, if not a little sooner!

If you would like to start from the beginning, please head over to chapter one. There is also a contents list at the bottom of each post.

–Ceri Clark

Chapter 30 – baserius

Baserius gripped his pen until his knuckles went white. One night. It had taken one bloody night for them to lose the girl. They were a bunch of imbeciles. He was furious. It was not only that Lynsey was gone but that he had been wrenched from the ritual before its completion. His jaw jutted forward as he gritted his teeth. Things were starting to unravel. Without the girl they wouldn’t be able to find the pyramids. Another source of the elixir was gone and the Brethren had seen a ritual incomplete but there would be no consequences. A hundred years of tradition was in jeopardy.

The catalogue of problems the brothers were recounting was not serving to quell his temper only fuel it. The brother talking carried on oblivious.

“During the fire she escaped on the yelks.”

“This should not have been enough for her to escape.” Didn’t you even put a guard on her tent?”

The priest looked nervous. “We did but she escaped by digging a hole in the sand. She had to have had help.”

*How did she have help?” Baserius voice took on a silken quality.

“One of the guards was overpowered by her. She can fight in a way never seen before with just her hands and body. The guard saw another female with her. She looked like a nomad.”

“illyara.” So that is where she got to. ”Didn’t you think to check your hirelings for anyone that could betray us?”

“We only had the night to prepare, sir.” The priest looked to his friend for help but none was forthcoming. “In any case we employed no women. She did not travel with our camp.”

“So she followed with her tribe. Even the nomads, think twice before entering the desert alone.”

You did send someone to follow them and bring them back I take it?”

The other Brother coughed and answered.

“There were no footprints and we have collected all the yelks. They are nowhere to be found.” He lowered his gaze to the ground.

Baserius thought for a moment his gaze looking through the men in front of him.

“There is no doubt it was the nomads then. They must think they have their Sekhmet. That is unfortunate. We started that myth to keep them in their place not to incite them to a revolution.” Baserius stood up suddenly, forcing the two priests in front to jerk up on to their feet. The pen he had been holding fell to the floor. “I think it is time to bring out our own Sekhmet.”

“Is that wise Sir?”

Baserius’ head whipped around at the audacity of the man.

“Are you questioning my judgement?”

The man’s face turned pale and he took an involuntary step back. Baserius ignored him, his gaze returning to the distance.

“I believe it is time for our leader to come out of retirement.” The priests prostrated themselves on the floor and left. The sounds of the camp dismantling outside disguised their departure. Before they left to return to Ghinari he would need to implement a gruelling ritual, partly to appease the Gods but also to distract his people. The last thing he needed was anyone thinking.


Chapter 1 - Duat
Chapter 2 - London - Present Day
Chapter 3 – Lynsey on Duat
Chapter 4 - Nomads
Chapter 5 - Scorpion
Chapter 6 - The Dragon Temple
Chapter 7 - Assassin
Chapter 8 - The Luscious Luna
Chapter 9 - Arkan Blade
Chapter 10 - Kidnapped
Chapter 11 - Rescue
Chapter 12 - Modesty
Chapter 13 - Banquet
Chapter 14 - Arkan
Chapter 15 - Dancing with the King
Chapter 16 - Dragon Brotherhood
Chapter 17 - Pico
Chapter 18 – The Dragon
Chapter 19 – Settling Down
Chapter 20 – Danger Revealed
Chapter 21 – Betrayal
Chapter 22 - A Meeting of Minds
Chapter 23 = Invisibility
Chapter 24 - Desert
Chapter 25 - Escape
Chapter 26 - Gathering
Chapter 27 - Search
Chapter 28 - Temple Camp
Chapter 29 - Decision