Aakel took a smug expression, "Yeah, I'm from there. Officer Warrior Aakel Obrhim of the Beastlands, vixen affinity." She smiled her vixen's smile, showing off her diminuative fangs. "You are all Fires here right?"
Ichi was just finishing a small walk around the clan when he heard his name mentioned and noticed some children crowding around one of those beast elements. With a small grin, he made his way over there. "Hey, did I just hear my name get mentioned?"
Aakel positively glowed, basking in all this sudden attention. Sloan certainly didn't care.
The elk nodded to Thavan, acknowledging him, "Aakel seems to be enjoying herself.." he then asked him quietly, "So, how does Charminei react to her whelp?"
Infront of them, Aakel looked up at the new man, "These pups here were telling me of mixed elements in your clan." she said lazily, "I find it pretty interesting. I'm one too. " Aakel pointed to herself with a smirk, "I'm a Fire Beast."
Post by Kender Bard on Dec 20, 2006 15:11:56 GMT -5
Thavan heaved a sigh as he sat down and started to pluck stray pieces of grass from the floor where he could find them. "Sad, very sorry," he admitted. "I was pretty angry, but she just struck me as so sincere. I think with time I might be able to forgive her. How do you like this place? Pretty exotic, huh?"
Sloan nodded, "Yes, this place is much different than Sloan's home." he stratched the base of his antlers, "But not entirely. Sloan can see resemblances..."
Aakel grined, she imagined a challenge in his words. Determined to prove Fire Beasts are better than Fire Storms, she invited him to sit down with them. But suddenly remembered who she was with, "My pardon, General Sloan!" she said quickly, "May he sit with us?"
Sloan grunted affirmativelly. He took a bite from a large beat and eyed Aakel curiously, should she get a little more prideful, he'd have to say something.
Post by Kender Bard on Dec 22, 2006 16:41:20 GMT -5
"I wonder if the two people worked together at one point," Thavan murmured thoughtfully, then shook his head to clear it of daydreams. "But now that the problem with the poachers has been resolved, I was wondering..." He swallowed hard, but kept steady as he inquired, "Is there a home for me in the Beastlands, General?"
Sloan snorted, leaned back and looked him over as if appraising the Water type. He frowned and took another bite from his beat. He glanced at the others around him, chewing thoughtfully.
"...Aakel, what do you think of this one?"
The vixen leered at Thavan for a long while and stratched her chin, "...Gneh.....Not bad. He's no where near strong enough, but his powers are interesting..." She looked at her Leader and shrugged, "Maybe with a little more meat, he could grow."
Sloan nodded, still chewing away. The elk looked at Ichi now, "You now, Fire Storm, what do you think of our bristly hedgehog?" he said, waving a half-eaten beat at Thavan. Aakel snickered softly in the background.
Sloan stamped his hoof and grunted, "Sloan refuses to give this man a home in the Beastlands." he said viciously and threw his beat to the ground. Even Aakel seemed a little surprised.
The elken General looked at Thavan with a serious face, hazel eyes as stern and as severe as ever. "Not in those terrible garbs! Thavan will be roasted in the sun." he spat. "Aakel." The vixen officer squared her shoulders, 'sitting' at attention as it were. "Make sure you find some proper Warrior's clothes for the bristly hedgehog when we get home." Sloan said now.
He looked at the Water elemental and roughly shook his sleeve with a tinge of disgust, "We'll make something of you yet, Thavan of the Beasts."
Post by Kender Bard on Dec 25, 2006 17:57:13 GMT -5
Thavan couldn't contain his joy as his face lit up with pure delight. "Thank you, General! I won't let you down. I'll do the Beasts proud and become a truly worthy member! In fact...!" Jumping his feet, he pulled his bow off his back. "I'm going to go show these Fire types a thing or two about marksmanship! Ha! Call me when we'll be leaving, General!" Saluting and grinning as boyishly as his true age, the young man dashed off to see if he could jockey for a place in training.