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A part of him just continued to listen without really taking in her words. He didn't say things well enough for her to interpret them the right way, he supposed. Still he felt himself compelled to say, "We were sharing our feelings."He informed her, that being something they were kind of doing. It didn't matter, whatever she was about to experience was going to be mostly incoherent since her fever, though her demand for him to lick her feet got him to chuckle as he carried her over to the bedding. She probably would enjoy something like that, though it wasn't something he was about to do. As she went out and he took his post again he continued stoking the fire until she was clearly heard making noise and thrashing about. He looked over inside of the tent to confirm just that, but she began to tear at the bandages, "Damn it."He muttered out as he walked over. He took out a cloth and got it damp, squeezing a little on her head to cool her off, possibly wake her a little, before setting it down on her head, cold water might be an easier way to ward off the fever dreams. "Wake up."He added in, not wanting her thrashing around as he went about changing her bandages, his hand clasping on to her's, mostly not wanting her to freak out as she awoke and go to kill him, but it could also be seen as a comforting thing.
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 30d 13h 9m 4s
"So now I should be grateful that I do not have to hide my pride and act human?" she challenged, but it was clear that a lot of fight had left her with the fever starting, "And where would we meet halfway? Shall we discuss our feelings and pledge ever lasting love?" She spat those last few words, her worsening condition not making her mood any better.
He had hit a nerve there with the sacrifice. It was very well possible, since she didn't fulfill her mission and she shuddered slightly, though it was hard to say whether it was for what awaited her, if she came home without accomplishing her mission or because of her fever. "You should," she wanted to demand, but it came out feeble and her demand for him not to touch her completely died on her lips, only her glassy eyes sort of conveyed that feeling, though his cool hand was relief on her warm body.
While she would have liked to insist to walk on her own, she could barely get her feet under her body so that he more or less dragged her. She did try to curse him, though they came out so slurred that she doubted he had any idea what she might be calling him, which on second thought was probably better.
As soon as her body was on the furs she was more or less out, her eyes closing as only her labored breath came from her mouth for a while. That was until she fell into a fever dream. All the gruesome deeds she had done, but also those inflicted upon her flashed before her eyes, making her scream and thrash about, occasionally tearing at her bandages as in her dreams they were restraints, trying to keep her down until she was to be executed.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 30d 13h 21m 33s
"So now I should be grateful that I do not have to hide my pride and act human?" she challenged, but it was clear that a lot of fight had left her with the fever starting, "And where would we meet halfway? Shall we discuss our feelings and pledge ever lasting love?" She spat those last few words, her worsening condition not making her mood any better.
He had hit a nerve there with the sacrifice. It was very well possible, since she didn't fulfill her mission and she shuddered slightly, though it was hard to say whether it was for what awaited her, if she came home without accomplishing her mission or because of her fever. "You should," she wanted to demand, but it came out feeble and her demand for him not to touch her completely died on her lips, only her glassy eyes sort of conveyed that feeling, though his cool hand was relief on her warm body.
While she would have liked to insist to walk on her own, she could barely get her feet under her body so that he more or less dragged her. She did try to curse him, though they came out so slurred that she doubted he had any idea what she might be calling him, which on second thought was probably better.
As soon as her body was on the furs she was more or less out, her eyes closing as only her labored breath came from her mouth for a while. That was until she fell into a fever dream. All the gruesome deeds she had done, but also those inflicted upon her flashed before her eyes, making her scream and thrash about, occasionally tearing at her bandages as in her dreams they were restraints, trying to keep her down until she was to be executed.
  Hoshizora / 2y 30d 13h 21m 45s
It was the way she justified killing babies just now that made him a little more upset about it. Why condone anything of the sort? Though he had a few points to make. He looked at her curiously, "No I should not..you are above ground, and I am still suggesting we meet halfway."He informed her, "You should be meeting me all the way because you are in human territory, but I am the one willing to go to try and understand you."He stated as if it was the simplest thing, because she was being the one who wasn't. "I get it, your some assassin, you'd rather die, you're ungrateful for your life. Let's hope they don't sacrifice you to whatever demon god it was for power, since you failed your mission." So he was a little more learned it appeared, knowing the drow deity at least was a demon god. Though what she said made him curious, "You didn't just suggest I do lick your feet did you?"He looked to her again, though it seemed she was having trouble focusing. It must be that it was setting in now. She clearly was having trouble, even staying upright again. He moved over to her and lightly placed a hand on her forehead, "A fever."He stated letting out a small breath.
Now what was he to do? Move her into the tent for her to rest, seemed the best course for now. "You may rest in my tent."He stated more going to help her over,though most of her weight was carried by him anyway, better than lifting her at least. "It'll keep you warm, and the air will keep your head cool."He told her, not accepting whatever curses she was sure to whisper at him, before he laid her down in his tent. The furs and blankets were rather high-quality and nicely tailored, so if nothing they would be very inviting. He simply left the tent after to go sit again the log and watch the fire, though he was in view of the tent-flap. Letting out a small breath he did wonder why he went to any length like this.
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 30d 13h 39m 49s
"I assure you you regard yourself very highly," she replied, looking to him, "Good for you then." She would never admit that she had next to nothing, since she was indebted, but that was none of this business and so she said nothing. "Only if those children deserve it," she told him coolly, not even flinching at his words. Then again, she was possibly too out of it. Maybe it was just her, but her body was starting to feel hot.
"Because I am not weak like that," she spat, glaring at him, "You do not treat me with the respect I deserve. I shall demand it, if I must." She could not understand how his behavior was respectful. "Should you not? Should you not indulge in another person's culture when you meet them? Outside of battle, that is," she asked, though it felt like her vision was swimming. Her body was definitely heating up and right now she wasn't sure, if that was a good thing. Though at the same time she almost felt cold. Her limbs were starting to get heavy that much was becoming more than clear for her.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 30d 14h 11m 54s
"If I had an ego to begin with."He shook his head." Once she repeated it again and suggested the way he lived was a certain way, he shook his head and chuckled a bit. "You do assume much."He informed her, "I live nowhere near hand to mouth." He had done enough for himself that he would be taken care of should he need to. He just wasn't one to sit around was all. "No I do not kill babies."He repeated though shot her a look of slight disdain, "Your kind does kill babies.."He reminded her, though some part of him doubted she had personally done so.
The skewer did get his attention a little bit, though he still didn't believe her. "Why do you care if I believe it or not?"He pointed out, it still appeared on his face he didn't believe that. Her anger was a little confusing to him as well, "Is it really that offensive to you, that I am not over there licking your feet like a dog?"He rose an eyebrow, "I presume to know nothing about you. As we pointed out we're from different worlds, but you wish me to conform to your worlds norm."He didn't wrap his head around this really. She didn't lack for some passion of course, though he had no idea what he'd have to do. She wouldn't be better by tomorrow, was he supposed to leave her to her fate?
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 30d 14h 23m 31s
"You changed nothing. Do not blow up your ego believing that. You are still a human male," she snapped. Maybe the only reason she was letting him live was because he had fed her. The jury was still out on that one.
"So you are an unemployed knight, like I said. You have no solid income and live from the hand to the mouth," she summarized before giving him a mocking look, "Oh, a mercenary with standards. Don't kill babies then?" She gave him a loathing look before rolling her eyes at what he said. "You would not see me, even if that were the case," she replied, though her head was lightly tipping to the side from exhaustion.
His grin was infuriating and she threw one of the skewers at him, though that obviously didn't do any damage, since she was too weak to throw accurately. Her eyes glared at him. "I mean it. I mean it with every fiber of my body. I would have rather looked death in the face than have you save me," she assured him, "Do not presume you know anything about me just because you can supposedly see something in my eyes." She would truly rather die than admit that she was glad to be alive, even if it was by a human male's hand.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 30d 14h 34m 51s
"I didn't. I changed at least one thing you thought."He figured, though it didn't matter too much anyway. He was just trying to find a reason to save her, though the real reason may have just been some compassion. Her taunt brought a small chuckle from his mouth, maybe one of the more civilized exchanges they could have had. "I became a knight once. So I am a knight. I'm not a knight of any specific place though..I'm not serving anyone."He didn't like her term, unemployed knight, "I am a mercenary I suppose. I have my standards."He shrugged a bit. As for having plans with her he just rolled his own eyes for a second. He didn't think that he would insist any plans with her anyway. "Unless I'm hired to stop a drow attack tomorrow huh?" Though this was teasing, he wouldn't offer that castle any help.
Still they had locked eyes again at his question, and she didn't look away, but her eyes did betray her, and he was happy to know he could tell that already. "Oh my.."He stated as a grin started across his lips, his eyes having some slight amusement, and maybe a bit of happiness since she didn't really want to die. "I do believe you're just obligated to say that. And I don't think you mean it."
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 30d 14h 44m 58s
She would call it a truce for now. Maybe it helped that she was feeling more full now or that she was tired of arguing with him, but she wouldn't rip his head off just yet.
Briza simply gave him an unimpressed look at his statement. "Telling me that it was worth saving me, if you could change my opinion sounds very romanticized to me," she replied and her lips twitched in the slightest of hint of amusement at what he said, "Then the world is missing out on your written word." Though it was probably more meant as a taunt.
His answer made her roll her eyes. "So you are an unemployed knight. How tragic," she drawled, "You have no plans with me, whether you wish them or not." She would not associate with such a man. His question about her rather dying back there caught her by surprise. He was looking into her eyes again, but she didn't look away as much as she wanted to. "I would have rather died than be saved by a human male," she spat, emphasizing every word, though her eyes might have betrayed a different answer that she would not let past her lips.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 30d 14h 57m 16s
Her agreement was clearly more real, though he just shrugged it off. She gave him some sort of face for a second that he hadn't expected before she went to her blank look. Though it appeared the time that they were angrily spouting things at each other had come to an end, not that he had been that angry at all in the first place. Her statements had him again thinking on it, though her last one was not true. "I do not romanticize everything, just because I stated to you things I have observed. It's not as if I believe I will change the world with a few words."He told her, and felt the need to add in, "I am no poet either, I care not if a leaf were to fall." Her next question was actually a pretty good one. He didn't actually have a full answer, but maybe he was thinking too much on it in a different way. "My plan?" He repeated to give it some thought. "If you mean what I am doing next..I suppose my plan is to find a new job to take on, some great beast terrorizes the next town over. If you mean to ask what my plan is with you, then I have none."He stated simply enough, "It seems helping drow elves that are dying only puts you in ill-favor with that drow elf."He looked to her, though it did bring in a question, since she would surely be dead by now, "Did you really want to die back there? Or are you happy I saved you?" There was a good question, though again it was possible he was searching her eyes for the answer.
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 30d 15h 37m 24s
"Well, you should be, like I said," she replied and almost gave a pouts of sorts. She was not amused one bit by his joke and just gave him a deadpan look. She did not find this funny. In fact, she should be neutering him for his insolence, but instead here she was almost considering sparing his life after this. Probably because he had saved her life, not that she would admit it to him. Eagerly she took the skewer and ate it again in a rapid tempo.
She rolled her eyes at what he said. "Believe what you may, if it helps you sleep at night," she replied with a shake of her head, "You romanticize everything. Probably do the same thing, if a leaf falls to the ground." She would never dare admit that maybe something had changed now, no, she was a drow after all. They were cold hearted. They did not see into other people's eyes to find answers about their pasts. "So... what are you plans?" she finally asked, digging the skewer into the ground beside her.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 30d 23h 14m 43s
"No. I am honored to even look in your eyes remember?"He was a little sarcastic, but perhaps not as much as he should have been. She was a drow after all, but the joke was rather light. The closest thing he would get to any admission, to be sure was a 'whatever'. He let out a small breath and heard her next question, "Is it falling out of the holes in your body?"He teased her, though he did go about preparing another skewer for her, cooking it up, and handing it over. If nothing else he was very liberal towards helping her out, though due to the way her race was, there wasn't even any appreciation. "If I could make you look at any one thing differently, I'll have to tell myself that helping you was worth it. And I think I did so."He said, almost more to himself than anything. It was possible that maybe now, as she did whatever it was felt needed to be done, she would notice things about people's eyes, or even just passing through a town somehow. Maybe he should become a monk... Though still, he was sure it would be new to her, even thinking of looking into another drows eyes that you weren't about to interrogate or kill was probably very foreign to her.
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 31d 6h 4m 19s
The silence was concerning in a way. She almost preferred it, if they were at each others' throats than this strange, what was it, intimate perhaps, feeling.
She listened to his explanation of what he supposedly saw in her eyes and she hated to admit it that perhaps it was more accurate than she wanted to admit. "Do you want an award now for your efforts?" she asked, not as if he guess half of it meaning that she had to tell him anything more than he had guessed from her eyes.
The longer they stared at each other, the more awkward it became. She didn't like it and not just because it was stupid. "Whatever," she replied, this being the closest thing to a confession he was going to get, "Do you have another skewer?" Ultimately, she looked away again, glad to break that gaze, even if there was something nice to those brown eyes.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 31d 6h 21m 16s
There was a silence for a bit as he contemplated what exactly he did see behind her eyes, it was a frustration, that much was to be sure. Though he didn't link that frustration to him, it was something different, along with that it seemed she was more like him than she wanted to admit. He tried to assume a few things about her, but nothing was concrete, "You don't want to be where you are anymore than you led me to believe."He stated in a slightly somber tone, "Not here..at my camp."He was clearly talking about where she was in her life, he couldn't know she was indebted. He did know she was deeply frustrated with where it put her in her life. "And you seem to be discontented..not just cause you're looking at me either."He hoped it may be a little to build on, at least enough to prove that there was more to eyes than she had just said. Unfortunately his would be as confusing as she was thinking. All those emotions held behind his eyes. "You can no longer tell me, eyes are just what you see out of."He stated quietly, hopefully ringing true enough to her. He did see something of himself in the rich blue hues of her eyes, discontented with where they were in life. Though his was more a matter of, how he came to be here now, he was on a good path, or at least he hoped so.
  Willoth / Willofiam / 2y 31d 6h 31m 32s
"But you do not understand my people. Where the desire comes from. Just like I don't understand your civilization, you don't understand mine," she pointed out. Listening to him question, she looked away, not being able to look at him. "It is not my duty to think about what I do," she finally said truthfully. Being indebted she had no choice in the matter and did as she was told.
She really didn't understand why either of them bothered trying to explain their point. Neither of them were willing to listen. "And is them flourishing in whatever way they want any better? It could be just as disastrous," she pointed out.
The request was odd, but she was not going to back down from a challenge. "Very well," she replied and looked into his eyes. It was odd. She supposed she saw something, though she mostly couldn't tell what it was, probably more due to the fact that she did not understand half the emotions that his eyes revealed to her. She wondered what he saw. The conflict she had daily, the frustration, or so much more that she obviously didn't speak off.
  Briza / Hoshizora / 2y 31d 6h 51m 47s
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