Re: Flock deserters
- "He made his choice! And it is was to betray." Yuccna snorted. He was
looking out for them and he struggled with doing it but it had to be
done. Yuccna himself never had to kill anyone really he had been with
Ketori's easy going flock. Yuccna stumbled back a bit when Phiru made
a grab for them.
> "Phos dammit, not Drekki," said Phiru. He had known that ram from a
> lamb. He was only a yearling...barely more than a lamb himself. He
> glared at Banrai and Yuccna. "Let him go! Let him go now!" Unable to
> stop himself he ran at Yuccna and lunged for his flippers.
> Banrai stepped in between them and forced Phiru back.
- --- In Realm_light@yahoogroups.com, "Ace" <rol_studios@...> wrote:
> "I wish I had answers but...I don't." Keha was losing his temper
> more now.outside
> "We came all this way and now they make us wait while everyone
> this...this...place is being slaughtered! What the fuck is wrongwith
> them!" Keha kicked at some of the food that had been brought todepths.
> them. "We are not beggars! We came here to help and we are being
> treated this way!"
> "We have made you wait to test you." A ram came from the city
> He looked at those gathered. "And so far we have seen nothing but,demand
> anger and wreckless insults and behavior from you."
> Keha narrowed his eyes. He had enough of this and was ready to
> he see someone in charge. But, before he could even open his mouththe
> ram was being accompanied by others.He
> "And...my Lady has spoken. And she has passed judgement on you."
> looked at Keha. "You are not who we need. You are more trouble andwill
> will cause problems through out the necessities of this war. You
> endager those around you as well as yourself. The Light Goddesshas
> dismissed you. You are to leave from this place at once."gripped
> Keha stood there shocked for the longest time as his flippers
> his axe handle in a tight clench.Chirin looked up at the ram and held back his words. He wanted to
ask the ram, did he not want to see an end to the anorith? Instead
he thought of a better idea.
" Keha," he said in a quiet voice. " Let's go from their presence,
and if they will not let us help in our cause, then we will find a
way to do it ourselves." He said it so that they would not hear. " I
have broken into more than one place where I was not wanted in the
past. This is in my light-path, I can feel it...and it is in yours
as well. We've only just begun. Phos is still shining for us. We did
nnot come this far only to let others tell us what we can and cannot
The passions of rut were making it hard for him to keep his temper
in check, but he knew he had to do it. " And I still can't find my
daughter..." He looked around. " Has -anyone- seen Temphus?" he
asked in a voice loud enough to be heard.