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Starry nights

Discussion in 'UO Catskills Role Play' started by Callista, Sep 8, 2015.

  1. Callista

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    Autumn was her absolutely favorite time of the year, the leaves would begin to fall and the hot summer days were beginning to fade as the air grew cooler. Absolutely nothing beat curled up against her dragon’s side, enjoying a fresh cold ale and looking up at the stars. She was in Heaven for the most part, except she couldn’t help but miss her family. She fought it for so long, the anger had almost faded away, and soon it would be time to make her peace within her family. Her mind fluttered momentarily to her ex-lover and fiance`, to which she toasted the night air and took another drink of her ale.

    It’s funny how time could make a person recall things in a different perspective. After all, there was a time she would have given her life for the chance to live eternally with him. And then there was the time that anger and resentment made her again want to rip out the very part of her who made her who she was. She was not quite mortal and not quite a vampire, yet she was something else. She was not beneath either, she was unique, something much better than either of the two. She could live both among the mortals and the vampire world without batting an eye. She was in fact, the best of both worlds combined into one.

    Brelynn finished her ale while talking aloud to Pandryl, “What do you say ol’buddy? Is it time to make a visit home?”. The greater dragon, seemingly understanding her, gently nudged her with his nose before curling his wings around her a bit tighter. She smiled as she snuggled in, knowing he was always going to be there to protect her.