Iso smiled being just happy to see that Kelas was alright, and trying to scold him.
Iso: You're right, I am an idiot. Irina even told me to my face. "Idiot". I guess I'd rather be an idiot than a person with his back to the enemy ... and his friends ... and family.
And yes, he was glowing, yet again.
Iso: I am? Well ... I don't think it's anything bad really. When I used to lose control or anything like that, it felt ... precise, hard to explain but it's not a feeling you ever forget. This feels different to say the least. I should probably see a healer soon thou-
Tessa's yelling caught Iso's ears easily. He didn't know the context, but it was already bothering him that Irina was her target. What was going on, now? What on earth could have possibly upset Tessa of all people?
Irina: I wasn't trying to impale her, Tessa. I kept Kiev at just the right height so that only he would collide with her. I-if I wanted to run her through, at that speed I could have done it and she'd be dead right now. Instead, she got away ... and next time, we're probably going to lose people since I'm sure the reformists aren't stupid. (I don't know how many of them it would take to kill us, but after a massacre like this, I think I know how many they'd use if they REALLY want the weapons gone.)
Tessa asked her a question that she asked herself sometimes. "What had they done?". Not much more than hunting demons it seemed, and not very well at that. It was best to ignore the negatives since those would just make it seem worse than it needed to.
Irina: I want to do what I can ... save the world? Sure, but if all I can really do here is protect my brother and friends, then I'll do that instead. Kamilla was as big a threat as the rest of them. That woman wanted to kill my brother just because he's a wielder. She wanted to kill Arrin and Morgan and ... all the other wielders too. If I have to choose between Kamilla and the reformists and my brother I'm going to choose him no matter what. So ... fine. Be mad at me if you want, but letting her escape means it's only going to get worse for us.
Viveka and Susann
Feeling much better, Susann began to move her head around trying to get a sense of her surroundings. Now that her pain was fading she could remember to panic about other things. Like Viveka? Her human was selfish and unfair but she still cared for her. Was she alright? Well she seemed to be alright. So many males tending to her. Susann was hardly jealous though. She had the magnificent one tending to her, that was all she needed. Things beware.
Viveka: After Irina decked her I was going to move in and capture her but that swordsman blindsided me. I couldn't get out of the way. It's probably best none of us caught up to her, or that swordsman would have let loose a flurry of attacks.
Levski and Krinkov
Lev: Iack! ... urrrrrgh.
With the hatchling secured to his nose, Levski hauled himself up holding the rest of the wyvern up in his hands. He walked back over to Morgan.
Lev: Their leader is dead. All of the cavaliers are dead. Neither Irina nor Viveka could apprehend Kamilla before one the man with the blue cape whisked her away. The monk also took off after Tessa killed their leader. Yeah Tessa. Good thing you gave her that sword. She was definitely the right choice there. ... I uh ... I might want to consider not being the baggage handler anymore so much as a straggler hunter. You might also want to invest in some armor padding. Can you hold him for a second? These will just take one moment.
Lev gestured hoping she would hold the hatchling's lower half so he could pry his mouth open freeing his nose. It was already bleeding slightly. Krinkov meanwhile simply chuckled to himself as only a wyvern could. This Morgan was probably infertile, but was certainly amusing trying to knock out his little brother and chuck infants through the air teaching them to fly. His master's attempts to interrupt the hatchling's flight training were also entertaining.
Edited by Phoenix, 06 December 2010 - 03:10 AM.