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City Of Forgotten Heroes

By Lady of the lake

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After The War

Five Months After The Wedding

Clary Sat In A Booth At Taki's, She Was Writing A Detailed Description Of The Events That Occurred Before And During The Dark War, Isabelle Walked Inside Taki's And She Sat Down Across From Clary.

"You Called?" She Asked Happily, Clary Looked Up.

"Yeah, We Have To Talk About Hunting Tonight." Clary Said, Isabelle Raised An Eyebrow.

"You Don't Want To Come?" She Asked, Clary Shook Her Head.

"I Have To Finish Up This Book For The Clave." She Answered, Isabelle Looked At The Book.

"What Are You Writing About?" She Asked Curiously.

"The Dark War." She Replied, Isabelle Sighed.

"Why?" She Asked, Clary Continued Writing.

"Because They Want To Make It A Historic Treasure, So People Never Forget About The Heroes Of The Dark War." She Said Simply, Isabelle Scoffed.

"People Won't Forget us, Our Story Will Be A Story Told For Centuries." She Said Matter-A-Factly.

"Well People Forgot About Will, Tessa And Jem, And That Was A Hundred Years Ago!" Clary Exclaimed, Isabelle Opened Her Mouth To Say Something, But She Thought Better Of It And She Closed It. Clary Sighed. "Sorry, I Desperately Need Sleep." She Said Tiredly. "I Actually Yelled At Simon For Just Being In The Same Room."

"It's Okay, If You'd Like I Can Finish The Book." Isabelle Offered Kindly, Clary Nodded.

"I Would Appreciate That Very Much." She Said Happily, She Handed Isabelle The Book, Isabelle Took It And She Put It Inside Her Bag. "Don't Forget To Finish It, Okay?" Clary Said, Isabelle Nodded.

"Don't Worry About It." And With That Clary Left.

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