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He told her that his people were known for being thieves and warriors, but never had a Mage in the village, despite some having magical knowledge. "I am honored that I have met you, as it is not every day I meet a mage..." he said in an attempted lighthearted way.
Hitori still wasn't in the best mood, so all she did was look toward the male awkwardly when he had made his compliment. However, she snapped out of her state a second or two later. "T-thanks." She said gently, before nodding in understanding towards his explanation and walking into his house...actually smiling just a bit. Not much at all, but it was there on her face.
He chuckled a bit, and he quickly ascended the tree. "You are quite fast..." he said, a smile on his face, then he looked around the abandoned treetop village. "This was my kind's home, before they were hunted down by wolves..." he told her, then led her to his own home. "Welcome to my abode..." he said, leading her inside while holding the leaf covered door aside for her.
"Cramped..." Hitori mumbled to herself as she had walked through the dense jungle, before noticing the male at a taller tree with a slight clearing around it. She listened to his words, and nodded in understanding. "Well...no need to climb." The female stated out loud as she flapped her wings for a few seconds, and then took flight, quickly surpassing Senshi and getting all the way to his home before him.
He nodded and led her to the more dense part of the jungle, where there were vines and tree limbs near the ground, but when they approached the biggest tree, he grabbed a vine and started climbing. "Follow me, this is where my people used to reside before they were hunted..." he told her, and continued climbing
"I don't want to leave my home...but I understand that we must do so..." Hitori said solemnly, as she looked down at all the snow her aura had created. Glancing up at the male once more, the bird sighed again. "I...guess so. Let's just get out of here..." She mumbled.
"I suggest we find somewhere else to go, in case the attackers decide to return..." he told her, and his ear twitched a bit, meaning he thought there was movement towards them. "I may be wrong, but do you feel as if something were heading towards us?" He asked Hitori with a serious tone.
"T-thank you..." Hitori repeated to the male as she reached her hand up, letting him take it and help her to her feet. The bird slid the armpiece on that she had been given, looking at it for a few seconds before glancing back towards her new acquaintance.
He nodded, still slightly cold, and he responded. "I'm not going to let you go through this alone...I'm here to help you until the end..." he said, and he soon let go, and offered her his hand to help her up off the ground
The female let out an awkward noise of surprise as the male hugged her, but she eventually hugged back tightly as she cried. "T-thank you..." She stated with gratefulness in her voice, as she sighed solemnly. Knowing that Senshi actually cared about her, and her predicament, made her feel a bit better.
He shook his head. "It won't be the same if you don't give it a chance...I am in the same predicament as you are, I have nothing to protect that is worth it..." he said, and he surprised her with a hug, which was extremely unexpected by Hitori
"There won't be a next time...for me, or my people." Hitori said frustratedly as she continued to let her tears fall. "I can protect or fight for whoever I want, but it won't ever be the same. Ever." She stated, as the snow began falling faster and creating a thicker layer upon the ground.
He stood up and carefully approached her, laying his hand on her shoulder. "I know how you feel, but we all must learn from events and do what we are able to the next time..." he told her, and he shivered a bit more, because of the snow.
The female did not stop crying as she laid down in the snow that was falling and sticking around her. No matter what, she couldn't seem to get her horrible memories out of her mind...and it was almost like torture.
Soon the fox's body was covered in a thin layer of snow, causing him to shiver quite horribly, and he didn't want to talk to the bird, in fear that she might not be able to help her own powers or that she might get even more upset.
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