“Obsi thank you so much for getting here so quickly!” she said as she gave Obsi a quick hug.
“Of course!” Obsi replied. “Now, tell me what happened.”
Lady linked arms with Obsi and led her to the stables. “Well, I took Drude for a few runs yesterday. When we got back, we put him in his stall and opened a healing pot for him. The spell wall went up as usual, but it never came down.”
Obsi nodded. “I’ve seen this happen before. The heal was too strong. It’s rare, but it happens.”
“Can it be reversed?” Lady asked anxiously.
Obsi nodded and patted her friend’s arm. “Yes, it can. I just need to remember how.” She walked over to the stall where a very sad looking Drude stood inside.
“It’s ok boy,” Obsi said soothingly, “I’m going to get you out of there.” She paused, trying to remember how her father had fixed this situation before…or Ash…
She looked down and realized the answer was in her pendant.
Obsi carefully removed the pendant from around her neck and gently wiggled it between the wooden frame of the stall and the magic wall of the healing spell. She slowly moved the crystal up the frame until the spell dissipated with a loud POP!
“Yay! Thank you so much!” Lady exclaimed. She gave Obsi a quick hug before rushing into the stall to check on Drude, He let Lady know he was all right with a big, sloppy lick to her face.
Obsi laughed. “All you need is a piece of obsidian crystal to break the wall if this happens again.”
Lady nodded. “I’ll go see Elaine tomorrow. She opened up a crystal shop after she sold her base. She should have some, or, if not, she can get some for me.”
Lady exited the stall, wiped her face with a nearby towel, and hugged Obsi again. “I don’t know how to thank you, Obsi.”
“No thanks are needed. You’re my friend. That’s all the thanks I need.”