The shrine of Eli, the one remainder that lain in North from the time that Hikari had very temporarily ruled in Lord Eli's absence. With the death of Eli she had taken up the rule if only to preserve her saviors land in the way he had left it. Hoping to to honor Eli by doing so. As it turned out, she needn't worry as Eli had made his miraculous return and so this shrine, it's giant, like really giant statue of a much more handsome Eli than he really was, towering above in the center of the city of North. Despite his return, to her delight, Eli had left the statue and so Hikari had made it a part of her daily tradition to visit, clean, and
sometimes when no one was around kiss the statue.
Today was no different.
"Oh Fido, isn't he so lovely? Our Lord Eli?" She floated in the air, wings outstretched and levitating Fido near her as she stared dreamily into eyes of the Eli statue. "Of course, the real Eli is soo much nicer. But he..." She stopped as Fido whined which she took as an answer and shook her head.
"No no! I mustn't think like that and neither should you Fido! Lord Eli did not send us into danger on purpose. He just... he was mistaken, that's all! Even L-lord Eli must make mistakes sometimes, right? He's not Perfect."
Fido merely whined more, the dog tilting its head to the side as if in confusion.
"Alright! Let's finish cleaning the statue and then we can go pick more flowers for Lord Eli, make more cake for Lord Eli, and then if we have time, we can pick up where we left off learning to sew for Lord Eli from yesterday! I'm sure with my Lord could use another blanket, or maybe a swea--"
"You're right! Statue first!" Hikari looked back to the statue, staring into its eyes once more before she kissed it on the nose, and then snapped her fingers a shower of rain and soap falling from an appearing portal which was then followed by wind.
"All clean! Now let's go pick fl---" Hikari was cut short as she nearly fell out of the air, her hand to her head as she suffered what she could only assume was vertigo. She landed to the ground just to be safe.
"ARF! ARF!" Fido barked as Hikari landed, clearly picking up on the fact that something was wrong.
"It's okay boy, don't worry! I just got a little dizzy is all, it was weird though, for a moment I felt my m---" She paused once more as she had to grab Fido to keep from falling, the dog whining in response. "Okay maybe not so well..." The girl continued to grab onto Fido for support as she fell to her knees. Flashes were now going through per mind, pieces of not her own memories, but what seemed her mothers memories. At first, the most recent, ones that showed where her mother was. But then others more later ones, as fast as they flashed in her mind, they disappeared, and more flashed through.
It was so many memories so fast that Hikari's mind became overloaded to the point she lost her balance and soon after that lost consciousness causing Fido to start howling in worry.