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Old June 17, 2009, 09:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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"Give it back, Nenerai!"

The stillness of the morning was shattered. An elven child ran running through the room, a brightly colored pareo held high in her fist, like a banner. Her mirror image was right behind her, sprinting to snatch back the filched garment.

"You'll have to catch me first, Senthoi!"

A table was nearly knocked over as the two girls rounded a corner. Eri'lariel had heard the ruckus and came to investigate, a red haired infant in her arms. Their housekeeper was just steadying the upturned table as the winged elf approached.

"Galena, what on Telath is going on?"

"It's this incessant rain. The girls have had no outlet for their pent up energies, if I'm any judge."

Eri'lariel looked toward the window. The skies were overcast. They were always overcast in Arios, it seemed, but then, they had only known winter there. There was a brief respite from the rain, though. A perfect brightening to take the girls out where they could get their energies out - constructively.

Eri'lariel wasted little time rounding up the twins and herding them outside. In one arm, she carried her son. The other arm was laden with a basket lunch that Galena had packed for them. Senthoi and Nenerai skipped on ahead down the path. The girls who had been at odds a few moments before were now fast friends again as only twin sisters could be. They were pleasant to look at, but neither would ever be considered truly beautiful. Their honey colored hair was beginning to darken with age into a chestnut. They walked arm in arm, a few paces ahead of Eri'lariel and Alvorn, babbling incessantly at one another.

The pair who walked behind - or rather, the mother who walked and the child in her arms - were also a matched pair, both with crimson hair, though being only half Juive'len, her son had been born without the feathery wings that sprouted from his mother's back. Each of her feathers matched her hair, starting with a molten core of orange at the center of the red feathers and ending in an edge of black. Runes were on each feather, each describing an aspect of the Juive'lea.

Down the path they walked, working up a sweat in the humidity of the island until they came to the beach. Senthoi and Nenerai stopped long enough to spread out a blanket and remove their longer pareos. They each had on a ta'ovala, wrapped around their torso in a halter fashion. Around their waists were makeshift loincloths to leave them free to swim. They scampered across the beach and dove in like porpoises.

Eri'lariel set Alvorn down on the blanket. The little elf boy was rarely let out of her arms, but today was a special treat. There was so much for him to explore; the texture of the sand between his fingers, the smell of the salty sea. The little tyke immediately grabbed for a long, curly string of seaweed, bringing it up to his mouth for a taste.

Eri' situated herself on the blanket beside him, the basket forgotten to the side for the moment. Her wings spread slightly, laying out behind her on the sand. The winged elf had never been much for swimming - soggy wings were not her favorite thing to dry out. Instead, she sat on the beach with her son, monitoring his explorations and showing him items of interest. She reached out just in time to take a small crab from her son's hands, holding it so that he could see, but not get pinched by the crab's appendages.

The girls in the water were shrieking with joy, splashing water at one another and diving deep to avoid the retaliatory splash. The shrieks of joy took on a discordant note. The splashing became more frantic. Eri'lariel rose to her feet to see what was amiss. Senthoi was spinning in circles, looking down into the depths of the water.

"Nenerai! Nenerai, where are you? Eri! She went under and hasn't come up!"
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Old June 17, 2009, 10:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Today was a rare day in Arios; the cloud banks had been lifted and the sun was shining down onto the island, which steamed gently in the warmth. Off the coast of the island, the waters were crystal clear and very deep. While this allowed many fish and crustaceans protection from the storms that often raged above, it was very dangerous for inexperienced swimmers.

Far below the surface, a dark grey shadow flashed across the sea floor. The coral reefs grew in such a fashion; with arches, loops and twisting holes, that navigating amongst them required intelligence and agility. A small shoal of herring floats lazily near the surface, unaware that the creature below had sensed there movements over a kilometer away. The shadow stayed close to the sea bed, allowing the multi-colored patches to conceal its position.

Then, the creature sensed larger creatures entering the water a few hundred meters away, nearer to the shoreline. It was momentarily torn between continuing it's hunt and investigating the new creatures, but eventually turned and, with a powerful flick of its tail, sped off.

Sky was in a good mood, he had already eaten and was merely hunting the fish for sport. Besides, you could never eat too much. His hyper-sensitive whiskers homed in on what felt like two-leggers, spashing voraciously on the surface. Moving like a bullet through the water, he banked sharply a dozen metres or so away and rested on the ocean floor. The water here was a good five metres deep, so his dappled grey-blue fur would have been difficult to spot from the surface.

He noticed one of the two-leggers go under the surface and cocked his head as he studied it. The pointed ears gave it away as an elf, and her features gave her away as a female, and a child as well. He watched bemusedly as she drifted underwater, as her partner spun around on the surface trying to find her. Curiously, the Lutran kicked off the sea bed and floated upwards to drift a metre or so in front of her. To Nenerai, the otter seemed to grin at her cheerfully with bright blue eyes, before giving her a wave of his paw. But to Senthoi, and anyone else above the surface, the young elf was being approached by a dark grey shadow...
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Old June 29, 2009, 11:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The elf child would have been much more fascinated with the otter waving at her, had her leg not been entangled in the grip of a thick strand of seaweed. The riptide that had caught her in it's countercurrent still swirled around her, lifting her long hair teasingly, the water warmer than the remainder of the ocean around them. That she was a druid frustrated her even more. In a normal situation, she could have simply magiked the plant to let her go, but the lack of oxygen to breathe and the eminent danger she found herself in had the girl too panicked to even attain clara.

The presence of the intruder brought her head up, though her hands remained around her calf, trying to tug free of the offending vegetation. Stray bubbles escaped her lips to float uncaringly to the surface, ticking off the time she had to keep air within her lungs. There was fear and panic in the blue eyes that stared back at him, though admittedly, a sense of wonder as well. She stopped her struggle to contemplate this creature before her. Was it as intelligent as his eyes seemed to indicate? He had waved to her, in an obviously friendly gesture. But was he someone - something? - she could prevail upon to help her?

Two more bubbles of precious air floated out of her nostrils, rising to the surface to release their cargo right beside Senthoi, the mirror image of the girl below. Senthoi, too, saw the shadow approach her twin, though it looked to her more ominous from her vantage point above than what her sister saw. She peered into the water, trying to make it out, following it's shadowy form until she saw Nenerai, wrestling with the ocean floor's vegetation.

The winged elf on the shore had moved to the water's edge. The tide licked at her bare feet as she stared out across the water, one hand shielding her eyes from the sun, still trying to ascertain what had gone wrong. Both of the elf children were normally adept swimmers. She could never have predicted that there would be a problem, or she would have asked Motito to come along with them.

"Eri! I see her now! There's something down there... "

Whatever else she might have said was cut short as Senthoi dove again beneath the surface of the water. Eri' glanced back at her son, sitting on the blanket, inspecting a broken sea fan. Her heart was torn between protecting her offspring and helping the girls, but she only hesitated for a moment. Alvorn would be alright for a moment, despite her inclinations to be overprotective.

Running into the tide, the Juive'lea entered the water. She took a deep breath to fill her lungs before submerging. Her wings spread beneath the water, rising and falling in a lackadaisical imitation of flight. Her arms and legs assisted in her forward propulsion. Overall, it was a very cumbersome way to swim, but the perceived danger was too great to stand at the edge, wringing her hands.
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Sky glanced upwards as Senthoi resubmerged, before turning back to Nenerai. What was this creature doing? He knew what a sea elf looked like and they looked nothing like this. Surely she must be running out of air, so why wasn't she surfacing?

Comprehension dawned as he watched the girl grope at the seaweed caressing her legs. Even after interacting with two-leggers for over a month now, he forgot how pitifully weak they were. With a flick of his paws, he dropped down to the girls ankles, noting how the seaweed had entwined itself almost lovingly around her. Sky snapped lazily at the weeds surrounding her ankles with his razor-sharp teeth, which reluctantly released their hold, before floating back up to her eye level and circling her curiously.

Suddenly, his whiskers - able to detect movements of fish swimming kilometers away - felt Eri'Lariel enter the water like a shout and turned to face this new contact. With a last wink at the floating elf-child and a few flicks of his tail, Sky had disappeared. Getting between distressed mothers and their children was always a bad idea. Besides, maybe they had food on the shore.

Immediately, Sky sank back into the coral maze that stretched across the underwater horizon, his internal compass guiding him to shore. He felt the great sweeping strokes of the adult's wings pass above him as he darted across the sea-floor; shadow against shadow. The wing strokes reminded him of the giant flippers of whales out in the deeper oceans. Reaching the shore, Sky gently peeked above the surface and, after noting that none of the trio were watching the shoreline, pulled himself up and onto the sand. His fur automatically opened and ruffled, releasing the air that had kept him warm and dry underwater. Trotting across the sand, Sky noticed a picnic rug and happily scampered over, his stomach already growling in anticipation. A few metres away, in mid-stride, he noticed one of the objects on the rug move. Freezing instictively, Sky watched as the object revealed itself to be a small child, a pup... or whatever elven pups are called. Snuffling curiously, Sky took a few steps closer. It definitely wasn't edible, but it might prove to be entertaining. In the distinctive high-pitched chittering voice of a Lutran, Sky tried speaking to it.

...Hello?
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Old June 29, 2009, 12:37 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The released Nene'rai was intercepted by Senthoi. Her sister's arms wrapped around the half-drowned elf and the two girls propelled themselves to the top of the water with a kick of four legs. Their heads broke the surface of the water, heralded by a deep gasp that filled Nene'rai's lungs. Eri'lariel saw the girls rise to the surface and moved to follow, her head protruding from the waters several meters away.


"Nene'rai! Is she alright?"


"She seems to be, Eri. What was that thing?"


Nene'rai coughed and sputtered, spitting out salty, ocean water while sucking greedily at the air. Her eyes were reddened by the extensive time underwater. Her chestnut hair clung darkly to the sides of her face, around the protruding pointed ears.

"I'm alright," she managed between gasps, "That thing saved me.... The otter...."

"Was that what I saw? Where did he go?"

The three elves scanned the ocean's floor, looking for the tale-tell shadow that would announce the Lutran's presence. There was no sign of him down where Nene'rai had been trapped. There was no sign of him anywhere. Turning in a circle as she treaded water, Nene'rai was the first to spot him. Her arm extended, like a hunting dog, pointing at the prey.

"There he is. On the shore."

Eri' spun about, her heart leaping into her throat. She had left Alvorn alone in order to rescue Nene'rai and now he was in danger. The slow swimming Juive'lea would never be able to tread back to where he was in time to protect him from this intruder. Instead, she reached instinctively to the blue diamond wedding band that encircled her finger. It took only a split second for her to trigger the spell. A pair of portals opened, one before her, it's matching counterpart on the shore beside her son.

On the beach, little Alvorn was watching the Lutran with curiosity reflecting in his quicksilver eyes. He gurgled happily, leaning forward until he was on all fours like an animal. Slowly, he crept, knee to hand, until he could reach out to touch the animal's fur. Little fingers dug into the thick hide, grasping tightly of the Lutran's hairs.

A tidal wave of occean water announced Eri's arrival as she stepped through the portal. The feathers of her wings were completely soaked through, making the brilliant red plumage appear a dingy copper. Her clothing and hair clung to her form, making her look like a drowned bird. But the fury on her face was unmistakable.

"What do you want here? Step away from my son!"

The twins were meanwhile swimming as quickly as they could to join the encounter on the shore. It was every day that one met a Lutran and Nene'rai still owed him her thanks. Her head bobbed above the water as her arms moved with strong, sure strokes.

"Eri!" she called above the roaring of the waves, "He's friendly! He saved me!"
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Sky in turn snuffles at the child as it tugs at his fur. He smelt...strange, like a mix between Ariosian flowers, some kind of spice and ozone. Wait, ozone? Sky looked up just as the portal materialised on the rug, sending a rush of water all over the surrounding area.

Sky cocked his head bemusedly at the newcomer, who looked like a sodden seahawk after a storm, right down to the same expression of lofty fury. Despite her warning, Sky didn't move. This was partly because of his intense curiosity at this woman's recent magical feat but mostly because the child was still clinging to his fur, now sopping wet.

Sky began shaking himself dry, starting with his head before moving on to his fore and hindpaws and tail. As he did so, he addressed the woman with bemused indifference, careful not to shake free the small child. The last thing he needed was a crying infant to ruin the conversation.

"Now look what you've done, lady" he chittered in mock reproach. "You've probably gone and spoiled all the food, unless you've got fish. Do you have fish? I like fish" He turned to the little one. "Look what mother's done, she's gone and made us all wet now. Good thing it's a warm day, isn't it?"

Turning back to the woman, who was still glaring furiously, Sky continued chattering unpreturbed, keeping a subtle eye on the progress of the two swimmers. They were taking their sweet time, weren't they?
"You know, I suppose today's as good a day as any to get wet. Normally it's all dark and windy and not at all pleasant for two-leggers such as yourselves to be outdoors, much less wet."

Still careful not to pull free of the pup's grip, Sky bowed low to the elf.
"But where are my manners? I am Skysong Minnowchaser, esteemed Lutran of the Ieffreonian Consulate at your service, lady. I don't make saving lives of drowning elves my career, but I thought it'd be a great way to get to know the neighbours, eh?" Blinking happily at her, Sky then turns back to the child.

"Not very happy, is she?"
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Old July 30, 2009, 09:46 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Furry, soft. Toy? The child never lost his grip on the Lutran, enamored of this big, walking, talking toy that had come upon him. He had been giggling - a danger in itself - up until the point that its mother had doused him with cold ocean water. And if all of that wasn't enough, the little tyke could sense his mother's unease. Skysong chittered on and neither he, nor the child's mother, seemed to notice that all the while, Alvorn's little face was scrunching up and turning red. Finally, he let out a wail that echoed across the open space, reverberating back on them only when it finally hit the forest wall beyond the beach.

Eri'lariel's first clue was a soft hissing sound as little flames erupted across the Lutran's furry outer skin, only to be put out by the droplets of water skimming the surface of his flesh. Steam rose from the blanket and the Lutran to create a haze over the vignette. Eri'lariel took the opportunity to swoop in, scooping up the red-haired infant, extracting his hand from the grip it had on the creature's fur. She held him protectively to her breast, one hand cupping his head as she whispered to him gently. Her body naturally rocked back and forth. The great, flame colored wings made a half circle around her body and the babe it held.

"Ieffreonian Consulate," she repeated, like a stable boy who was slow in the head. It irked her that she should be so thrown off by this Lutran's appearance. Her mouth opened again as if to speak but closed again as the twins emerged from the water and ran to stand beside her. Nene'rai tugged on Eri's elbow.

"Eri', he saved me. He's a good guy." The Juive'lea looked down at her adopted child, her face still uncertain. But the young Syl'rosyan didn't wait for permission before speaking again, this time to Skysong. "I owe you my thanks. Please, will you stay and join us in our picnic?"

"We don't have fish," Eri' added tartly, hoping that the sea creature would decide to move on.

"But we do have seaweed wraps," Senthoi added quickly, covering for Eri's rudeness. "Fruits and vegetables wrapped in seaweed with an alonglaze sauce. Galena made them. They're very tasty!"

"Please, won't you stay?"
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Sky grinned at the tall winged lady standing before him. The sullen, disapproving tone was not lost on him, but instead of being insulted, Sky couldn't help but be reminded of the pups back at his Holt when they didn't get what they want. Petulant! That was the word he was looking for.
"Picnic?" His small, pointy ears perked up like a hound at the mention of food, his stomach already grumbling...again.

"Oh, that's alright Lady" He gave a winning smile at Eri'lariel in response to her tart comment. He made no effort to conceal how much he enjoyed the effect his unashamed and permanently chipper attitude had on people, especially when they desired him to act otherwise. "I get tired of herring, squid, lobster, shark, tuna, crab, oyster, mussel, prawn, salmon and sea squirts day in, day out. A seaweed roll sounds wonderful!" He turned his grin like a searchlight on Senthoi at her offer.

He trotted over and, standing on tip-toe to reach her face, snuffled happily. He didn't pause to consider whether they knew it was the traditional Lutranian greeting or not, planning around the thoughts and opinions of others wasn't a strong point for him. Turning to Nenerai, he gave another low bow before subjecting her to the same treatment.
"I would be honoured to share your picnic, Lady. I hope your underwater escapade has not left you with any lasting harm?"

Finally, he turned back to the bedraggled bird-elf and her child. With a broad wink at the babe in her arms, he trotted over to her and snuffled around her waist, entirely without shame or modesty; such complex things as 'personal space' and 'private areas' did not exist amongst Lutrans, and even if the otter-child was aware of them, he acted entirely oblivious to the effect his presence had on her.
"If you weren't so tall, Lady, greetings would not be quite so challenging an affair. I do not believe I caught your name, is it not customary amongst two-leggers to share names upon making their aquaintance?" Either this Lutran was entirely oblivious to the ways of human and elf-folk, or he was taking advantage of his species' ambiguity for his own amusement. His grin, as he turned back to the younger elves, was a strong hint as to which this might be.
"Nor yours, fair ladies" Even though he was of a different race, he could recognise that these girls were far from unpleasant in visage. Besides, if they were anything like the females from his own holt, compliments would never be wasted.
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Old August 6, 2009, 06:40 AM   #9 (permalink)
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The Sylrosyan twins both reacted similarly to the Lutran's greeting, each raising their hands to block the worst of his whiskery tickling, but a fair amount of giggling could still be heard coming from them. Nene'rai wrapped her arms around his neck in her own greeting, snuggling him close to her like a teddy bear before letting him go again. It was probably not the most dignified greeting that a member of the Ieffreonian Consulate had ever received, but when she released him again, the girl's smile split her face nearly in half.

Eri'lariel was not nearly as amused by the salutations as the girls had been. Sky's only saving grace was that he had greeted the girls first, so when it came her turn, Eri'lariel at least knew it would be brief. Standing a good two feet above him, his nose managed to reach just below her breasts, but with little Alvorn in her arms, most of his access to her body was blocked. Her chin lifted proudly, tilting her head back so that she wouldn't have to witness her own molestation. The crimson wings at her back ruffled in agitation, the usual rustling sound damped into a soggy squish.

"Oh, her name is Eri.... I mean, Eri'lariel Gil'dae," Nene'rai offered cheerily. "I'm Nene'rai and this is my sister..."

"Senthoi," the mirror-image finished for her. "The baby is Alvorn."

The girls moved to sit on the blanket that had been rather handily dried by Alvorn's outburst, each flanking their guest. Senthoi opened the willow basket, relieving it of its contents and passing them around for all to share.

Eri' had to grudgingly admit that she'd never seen the twins so animated and excited. It was good to see them well and truly happy. She took her place on the edge of the blanket, setting Alvorn in her lap where she could hold onto him easily. The little boy cooed and reached for the Lutran again, but Eri' turned his hands back into his lap, reaching for an abandoned crab shell to distract him for the time being.

"Ariosians are not interested in the politics of the Empire... err... the Kingdom. Strangers are not much welcomed here." Her tone had softened somewhat and, while still not friendly, was at least polite. "So why would an Ieffreonian Council be visiting the island?"
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Sky glanced up from his seaweed roll, already mostly disappeared down his gullet. He hurriedly chewed through the remainder of his mouthful. "Well..." he glanced back down at the piece of roll left in his paw before gulping that down too. In the time the rest of them had taken a few mouthfuls, Sky was already eyeing the rest of the assorted food with a hungry eye. Snatching up an interestingly-shaped fruit, Sky took a large bite and continued in a muffled voice.
"Well, the winter has hit Ieffreon hard, not as bad as the mainland apparently, but much harder than Arios. Storms have wrecked houses and made all fishing ventures by boat a suicide mission. I'm not sure how much you Ariosians are aware, tucked away in this forest, but the entire population of Ieffreon is on forced rations."
Sky downed the rest of the fruit before attacking a bunch of grapes with vigour. He seemed oblivious to the darkness of his news, even when he began detailing his own family's trauma.
"Our village was completely destroyed at the start of Winter, Tulos doesn't have many protected coves you see. My father had to shepherd nearly ten dozen lutrans across the sea in the middle of the storm to Ieffreon. Unfortunately, quite a lot of our pups weren't able to survive the crossing."
At this he broke off sadly, before a small supply of roasted nuts caught his attention and he resumed his tale.
"The Thane built us a new Holt on the North-West coast of the island, and in return our fishers have been keeping the island supplied with fish. But we need to feed ourselves, and the stormy seas have lowered the amount of fish in the area and it is becoming increasingly difficult to support ourselves and repay our debt to the city."
Sky snatched up a loaf of bread from the basket. Clearly these elves had never heard the adage 'If you share your meal with Lutrans, you won't have a meal to share'
"Anyway, the Thane called for volunteers to visit the famed druids of Arios, to beg for their aid. I chose to come, as unless we get help, or the weather eases soon, our Holt will not be able to rear our latest litters of pups healthily."
The nonchalant way in which Sky spoke seemed almost to make the news more unpleasant. His expression drooped a little when he noticed that the food had dried up, giving a folorn look at the crust of bread in his paw before scoffing that too.
"Good bread by the way"
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