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Amenstar had always suspected the turban was the smarter of the two, who steered the addlepated vizar as a rider steers a horse.

Stumbling as if bludgeoned, the Grand Vizar was ushered out by the Vizar-in-waiting and her anatomists.

Held erect by the chief vizar, the staff was taller than a man, twisted like the fabled Staff of Shoon made of unicorn horns, painted and gilded to resemble genie smoke, and crowned by a clever cloud holding a winking sapphire.

Terrified, blinded by dust and mist, Amenstar only saw dimly as the chief vizar and his acolytes scooted to their knees, raised their arms, and sent up prayers to the greatest genie of legend.

A sizzling bolt scorched the air and struck the hilltop square on the chief vizar and his pilfered scepter.

The grand vizar has ordered the temples shut, for even the gods have abandoned us .

From a jar, the vizar took a putrid-looking glop made of chopped roots, grass, and vinegar.

Work stopped, as into the royal court skulked a high vizar and two heavily laden acolytes in vulture-brown robes.

The work went quickly, for all the commoners, from the college-trained mason-engineers to the lowest slaves, feared to look the vizar in the eye.

Over the drop shaft, the vizar ordered a small hut built of fallen stone, with a broken column erected inside as a pedestal.

The high vizar and his two acolytes were shut inside, which suited the workers, glad to see them go.

Inside the smothered stone hut, the gaunt vizar with the horned sigil and his two acolytes crouched in darkness.

Removing the jute curtain, the vizar and two acolytes descended the short, improvised drop shaft.

As the last victims lay twisting in pain, bleeding from the nose and mouth, a vizar came along with a palm leaf, the symbol of service.

Besotted by dreams and visions of other worlds and planes, the grand vizar stumbled often.