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Offline Spooky

Re: Sea shells by the seashore [Open]
« Reply #40 on: October 04, 2017, 09:55:41 PM »
   Peri turned back around when she realized none of the group were really following and nodded along with Kel as he informed Kara about Serendipity's customs.

"He's right, all the humans I've seen around here wear clothing to cover themselves."

    The fabric of her scarf partially obscured the lower portion of her face, but it was still clear that her eyes widened and her ears flicked back at the sight of a giant hole that appeared in Kara and the unnecessarily large weapon which emerged from it. Stallers! She thought. This wasn't helping them get to Cerenis at all, unless the giant axe could fly, and as far as she could tell Kel was just goading Kara on.

   Out of the corner of her eye, Peri saw Eihmo'tei dart off into the grass at the sight of Kara's showboating and frowned half-imperceptibly from behind her scarf. If the thing were twice Kara's size, no wonder it intimidated the tiny fox.

"Awww, you scared him off again, poor guy. Was it really necessary to do that?" Peri frowned at Kara and walked over to where Eihmo'tei was hiding in the tall grass. "I don't think she was gonna use it on you, don't worry."

   Peri held out her hand to the little fox.

"You can walk with me if you want," Peri turned her eyes back to Kara and Kel, brow arched. "Shall we carry on if you're done there?"

Offline Kalak

Re: Sea shells by the seashore [Open]
« Reply #41 on: October 06, 2017, 07:16:10 PM »
Eihmo'tei emerged cautiously from the tall grass. His horrified gaze was locked on the towering weapon in Kara's possession. It would take much time before he felt comfortable being within twenty or thirty feet of it, mostly out of fear that it would fall on him.

"No... normal?"

However amusing it may have seemed, this was a legitimate question that the fox asked. There were many mysterious things that Eihmotei had seen on his journies. Each time, he had found himself taken completely off guard by them while others remained unfazed. So many things were commonly known by these larger creatures that were beyond his comprehension. Was this one of those things, or were the others just as surprised by it as he was?

Offline AlmighyXcavus

Re: Sea shells by the seashore [Open]
« Reply #42 on: October 09, 2017, 08:47:01 AM »
Kara had completely forgotten about Eihmo'Tei on her shoulder, she could have only imagined how he felt when she brought out Glub-glub. She pulled herself off to the side and put Glub-glub back inside her inner forge. She made her way back to the group as she spoke: "Trust me, Ill dress appropriately, I mean the bandages should be fine, at best I'll just get a LOT of looks from the men of the town."

She made her way over to where Eihmo'tei scurried off and knelt down to the ground holding out a hand: "I'm sorry bud, I didn't mean to scare you like that, if you want to ride with Peri for the time being I understand." Kara really regretted what she had done to the little guy.

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Offline Draconian

Re: Sea shells by the seashore [Open]
« Reply #43 on: October 13, 2017, 01:20:04 PM »
That was...


Pulling a blade out of your lady-forge was pretty disgusting and Kel recoiled at the sight. The rest of what she said turned into white noise while he just stared in mild horror. What an odd woman. "At best," Kel scoffed, "At best you'll get asked how much you charge." He rolled his eyes and started to walk again, avoiding the direction the bear had come from.

"Cerenis is this way," He said, glancing at the rodent, "The more time you worry about who the rat is going to ride on the longer it'll take for us to get it to it's den."