The World-Eater (The Devil in a conventional deck) represents bondage, addiction, temptation, greed, and lust. Possibly a dangerous substance, situation, or person. It could also indicate a choice upon which the seeker’s fate depends.
Selene and Brynjolf made their side trip to Windhelm, where they invested in a bow. Brynjolf’s new bow was made of the finest ebony and rivaled Selene’s in quality, and Wuunferth enchanted it with frost and paralysis spells so he would get the same benefits as those from Chillrend. They also sold much of their take from Blackreach and shipped the rest to Delvin. They visited Ulfric while they were in town, and he updated Selene on plans for the moot.
Selene and Delphine were like oil and water. They didn’t agree on anything, and they spent a lot of time bickering. Poor Brynjolf ran interference as best he could, and Selene felt bad for putting him through it all; but she simply couldn’t stand the woman, and she couldn’t bring herself to be civil. She had to admit Delphine was a good fighter, though. They were attacked by a group of bandits just northeast of Whiterun, and the older woman really held her own. Brynjolf was the shining star in that battle, single-handedly putting away three of the brigands.