Sanisa looked to Adian, even as he praised her and kissed her hand, a gesture which she accepted, and spoke; "young paladin; do not assume to thank me for doing what I am sworn to do, by my very command and existence." The Solar's face was stern and commanding, like that of a veteran general, hardened by the fires of war, and and forged with the steel of battle. The Solar looked as if she had experienced both, her firm straight face having faced off with the hardest and most evil of forces in the universe and having survived the battle.
"I am not worthy of any kindness or praise; I am doing as my lord Torm bids me; your blindness is but an example of what I am sworn to heal. Your children are also an example that the Loyal Fury commands my hand to cleanse."
The celestial woman turned towards Cinder, and strode over to Cinder's side, her six wings unfurled behind her mithral half-plate armor, her golden eyes soft, but firm.
"Cinder, I need you to trust me," Sanisa spoke as she took her armored glove off of her hand; her hand seemed to radiate light from her skin, as it was the palest of whites, however, it seemed to glow in a silvery fashion. She knelt down in front of the drowess, two of her wings folding around her to enclose her form, where only her bare hand extended forth and was placed on Cinder's belly, and over her womb and the twins that were within.
"My son!!" Sanisa boomed, her voice echoing over and through the rooms; "I will need your assistance for this."
Veraka nodded and got up from where he was with Neriah and Aurora, and walked over to his mother, his platinum dragon scale armor glowing in reflection to what light was available in the area around him. The paladin strode over to where his mother was.
Sanisa nodded, and then looked up to her son; "Veraka, I will need your abilities to assist me in counteracting the possible magic damage done to Adian and Cinder's children."
Veraka said nothing as he nodded and let his mother do the talking. Sanisa then turned back to Cinder, and gave her a reassuring smile; "no child of my son's or any friend of his will suffer whilst I draw air from this universe."
The Solar felt her son place two firm hands on her shoulders, as her son possessed considerable strength, and in her current form, towered over her medium poly-morphed frame.
"Loyal Fury, Dark Maiden, Lord of the Northern Winds; Three for One, this one cries for thee intervention. Let not these two unborn innocents suffer for another's actions. For what have they done to not receive thy mercy." The Solar bowed her head low in prayer, even as silver light washed over here, and the celestial energy of the gods enveloped her; "Loyal Fury, hear my cry. I beg thine grace, let not these two unborn become evil because of one witch in this world. I beg you, Lord Torm, treat these children as if they were my own, let them not fall into darkness for a mistake they cannot control."
Golden energy crackled around Sanisa, as it seemed her first pray had been heard, but not yet answered.
"Eilistraee, Goddess of the Moon, and the Dark Dancer to those whom have earned your redemption, let not one of your most faithful suffer not by his own mistake, but by an action that he couldn't control nor prevent. I beg you, Eilistraee, Daughter of Corellon, give your mercy to this young paladin, Adian Novar, and his unborn children. Let not these young drowlings be turned to evil before it is even their choice to make, nor should it be. Dark Dancer," Sanisa' raised her head, her eyes glowing solid golden pools of molten energy, staring right at Cinder, or rather, at her womb and her unborn. Divine coursed around and about Sanisa like a serpent hunting its pray. Golden light flowed from the Solar, weaving around her hand and onto Cinder's belly, and, if one payed close enough attention, into her womb as well. It was around that time that Veraka and his armor began to glow solid platinum, the symbol of Bahamut on his chestplate shining brighter than the sun, but not blinding the drow around him.
It was mother and son, Archangel and Paladin, fusing their respective powers and abilities together to channel the will of not one, but three gods through them. Sanisa, though a Solar, was still a servant to Torm, and as such, she could only charge so much power from her chosen deity through her hands. However, with her son, the celestial woman could pull much, much greater power and more gods through her hands. The Solar saw through her golden vision, the strands of darkness that made up the curse. With a patience that shamed a dragon, Sanisa slowly began to peel away at the layers of magic that were involved in the curses creation. One by one, the Solar lifted away those dark fibers, straning herself not to mess up, tangle or twist but one strand the wrong way.
"Bahamut, lord of dragons; hear my plea. Let your great eyes see the injustice that has befallen these younglings, and let them not bear the pain of this curse. Let them live as they should, under the care and nurturing guidance of their mother and father, as well as the Dark Maiden and her gentle hand. Bahamut, Platinum Dragon, Hear me and answer my call!" Sanisa all but cried out these words.
"Bahamut, King of Dragons, my lord. I beg you, cure my fellow paladin's children; bless them with healthy, long lives; not cursed, twisted ones. Let these young ones be a symbol of peace and justice for generations to come. Grant this to your champion, Lord of Dragons!" Veraka shouted towards the heavens, even as his mother was now labored in her breathing, her lungs expanding and contracting with serious effort. It took but a second for Veraka's symbol of Bahamut to glow platinum, and then be followed by a roaring dragon, as a spirit shape of a silver dragon came soaring out of the glimmering light of Veraka's symbol. The dragon spirit twisted effortlessly around Sanisa, and then around Cinder for a split second, and then took a nose-dive right for the heavens, through the roof.
Sanisa stepped away from Cinder, her gasping for air a testament to the power that she had just been given to use, and had wielded it with great precision. "Cinder, Adian," the Solar spoke to them both, looking at each in turn; "your children will not be afflicted by this curse again. So has spoken by not one, but three gods."
Veraka removed his hands from his mother's shoulders, and looked at his mother with astonishment.
Sanisa smiled at her son, even if she had to breath deeply for many moments to hold her poise; "My son; don't be so surprised. You helped as well."
"Mother; I'm not like you; but I'm glad you were here."
"So am I, my son; So am I;" Sanisa answered back, giving her son a long and heartfelt hug.
In War, Justice; In Peace, Hope; In Death: Sacrifice