The titanoboa tightened its grip on Silvermane's neck suddenly, there was a loud snap, and the argent went limp. The boa left its victim and slithered back up the tree. It turned its head and looked at Corvi with its remaining eye. "Learn thisss lesson little one." It hissed and leaned closer. "I may lose the battle, but I win the war. Alwaysss." In one bite, it snatched up Corvi's remaining two siblings and slithered back down the tree. It curled around Silvermane's corpse and as it dragged its catch away, hissed back to Corvi, "We will meet again, little one." Corvi curled up in the corner of the nest, alone. She burned the snake's face into her mind. "We will meet again," she whispered. "And you'll wish we hadn't."
With his hatchlings fed, Silvermane pushed himself back up into the air and began to fly off. Corvi hopped to the edge of the nest and watched him go, but something seemed wrong. He was struggling to stay in the air. Without warning, he dropped to the ground and stopped moving. For a moment the forest was still until the silence was disturbed by a growing hiss. Out of the shadows, a long figure slitbered up to the fallen bird. Corvi felt her heart stop as the snake coiled itself around Silvermane's neck and proceeded to suffocate him. The boa turned her head up to the nest, and looked Corvi directly in the eye.
The titanoboa curled around the argent and tried to squeeze him to death. "Sssilvermane the sssky killer... we meet at lassst." Struggling free of the serpent's grasp, the argent sliced at the boa, cutting into its left eye. The snake curled up and took one last strike at Silvermane before slithering away. It turned and look back at the nest, squinting its one remaining eye in furious anger. Silvermane screeched and hopped towards the snake, causing it to back off.
Corvi jumped back as the boa gobbled up one of her brothers. The remaining hatchlings shrieked for help. Corvi looked up to the sky. Her father had left a while ago to find food. He had to be returning soon. As if on que, a screech filled the air, and in the blink of an eye, a large silver figure dropped down on the serpent. Corvi and her siblings hopped to the edge of the nest and watched their father and the boa struggle on the ground.
Corvi's eyes jolted open as a high shriek peirced the silent night. She turned her head to find the source of the disturbance. Her brothers screeched and she looked to see what had panicked them. She shivered as a large scaly face rose, its eyes peeking over the edge nest. It was a gigantic, purlpe titanoboa. It leaned closer to the nest and turned its head to look at the hatchlings. Corvi stared into the boa's large, hypnotizing eye. "My, my," it said with a hiss. "Don't you all look so... deliciousss." Without warning, it snapped up one of the hatchlings.
Friendly tip, "The Final Feast" takes place after "Procoptodon Chronicles." A lot of the characters and events from PC will be brought up in TFF so if your confused you might want to read PC. You don't have to, its up to you really.