The old Pamela was long gone. The evil deity had broken the seal and possessed her body, making its dreadful return to this world. Even when sorcerers surrounded the wicked entity, it remained unfazed. "Would you prefer to be devoured now or later?" It asked ominously, each syllable slow and deliberate. But the sorcerers refuse to choose. They would fight to the death if need to.
Completing Neotellan Chalice Treasure Reward Set.
Pamela is a feminine name of Old Greek origin; the meaning is "all black; all sweetness, honey". The name was invented in the 16th century by the Elizabethan poet Sir Philip Sidney for his pastoral work Countess of Pembroke's "Arcadia" (1590). He could have derived the name from the Old Greek Pammelas, of the elements pan ("all, every") and melas ("black, dark"), or else the second element could have been meli ("bee, honey").
Artwork by Bruno Wagner.