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The old druid, Duncan, stepped over the bodies of the people sleeping in the hall as he made for the street. Outside it had been raining but still, he had to push his way through the crowded street to the waterside. He followed the street until the tarred road sank into the murky and dark water. On his right he could see the tops of gas pumps, and on his right he saw the flooded chemical factory that was leaking chemicals. Duncan the druid raised his oak staff, a staff that was used more these days for fending off rats than for magic. Duncan, chanted a spell that called on the sea god Mannannan Mac Lir, and waited. Duncan knew that soon two seals would come and take him to the island where the druids had made their stronghold against the rising waters. But there was risk now in traveling by water, for all kinds of monsters had grown strong in the rising waters. While he waited by the waterside, Duncan enjoyed a bit of privacy, for people were scared to walk too close to the ocean because rogue waves were known to come up out of nowhere, and drag people out to sea, so Duncan the druid pulled out a tin of blackberries and allowed himself one blackberry to ease his hunger, the blackberry was delicious.