For starters, he had gotten much larger than before. This wasn’t something that I had a problem with. Yes, having the dead-weight of one of his heads on my lap was nearly enough to send me spiralling from the numbness that set into my legs, but I felt like I had gotten used to that particular feeling by now. If I didn’t know any better, I would have thought that I had somehow completely lost the use of my legs.
Something else that I had taken note of since him being down here, was the chunky collars that he was wearing. There were these strange, glowing stones in them, and even though it hadn’t been the smartest thing that I could have done, I had gone ahead and touched them. Nothing had happened to me, or to Cerberus. I was stuck wondering whether or not the stones were merely in the co