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Post by Helia on Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:53 am

Blood red and deep blues fought for superiority in the evening sky above the jungles of the LightWing territory. Down there it would still be day, the last hours of sun casting colors of burning fires and warm candles all around. Creatures of all sizes and species would be hurrying off home or finishing up their last work, while others were just awakening to welcome the night and their time of activity. Up here, far above the clouds, day and night were holding a fragile balance, stars shyly peering out from the blacks of the night sky and sun and moon saying the tragic goodbye of two lovers that would never be together. In the midst of it all was a slender dragoness, the last rays of sunlight glistening on her scales, while she glided through the dusk her face to the stars, ignorant of the dangers that might attack her from below.

"Isn't it a formidable end of the day?" she asked seemingly no one, stretching her muzzle up into a passing air current and breathing in the fresh air. "It's such a rare sight to have day and night right besides each other. Isn't magical?"
"Oh I am not being dramatic, Seri, you just don't have an eye for the beauty of this world!" She huffed to the voice only she could hear, when a specific cluster of stars caught her eye and made her stop mid air. "Curious!" she exclaimed and tilted her head, examining the cluster of stars. In her mind she made a note to bring one of her many drawing books with her on flights like this, it was a rare opportunity to see this formation so early in the night and she was fairly certain, that it looked different from other times in the day. Maybe a couple of the stars were only visible in the early stages of night and would fade the darker it would get. She certainly had to compare this pattern with the ones she had already recorded back home.


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Post by Atarijor XVI on Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:46 pm

Atarijor XVI found himself flying over the smaller of the two continents of Pyrria, native home of the LightWings and SkyWings. Not that he knew that. The Wyvern needed an herb that he couldn't seem to find on the mainland... Or maybe it was there and he didn't remember. His mind was somewhere between "normal" and captive right now, so he tended to forget some of the things he had learned. Atar hovered and looked down at the land below. Should he start looking at the southern end of the continent first, or the northern end? Perhaps the middle? The Wyvern looked around and saw a dragon in the sky over the jungles. Maybe they would know where he could find the herb he was looking for... provided he could remember exactly what it was he was looking for. Atar began flying over to the dragon.

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Post by Helia on Wed Feb 12, 2020 2:37 am

Her three sets of wings gave off slight flapping noises whenever she moved them to stay still in the air, forming the air between them to allow the dragoness a steady flight. Oh, how she loved the feeling of the air between her scales and the powerful gusts of wind. She could fully understand why the SkyWings harnessed this powerful force of nature and why they spent so much time flying. It would be interesting to study the way a SkyWings Powers formed the wind and if their scales reacted differently to the air than other dragon's did. Maybe the SkyWing's scales had a similar reaction to the scales of LightWings when confronted with direct sunlight. If all dragons' scales reacted in a special way to their affinity? Oh, that would be absolultely marvelous! She just had to study that. But where would she find dragons from other tribes, that would let her study all of that?
A small voice perked up beside her and shook her out of her thoughts. "Yes, of course! You're right, Hashal. I should really finish up one thing before starting something else. And aren't these stars magnificent? See, Seri, Hashal agrees with me!" A little bit of smug confidence stained her voice at having shown her oldest sister, that she wasn't the only one finding the stars fascinating, but Seri didn't even seem to mind, instead she pointed out the large dragon flying towards Helia, whom she of course hadn't noticed yet.

A little surprised she turned around to look at the large Dragon, who seemed to be an IceWing judging from size and coloring. IceWings seldom made their way into the LightWing jungles, oh how exciting! Maybe he would let her study his scales! Excitedly the dragoness flew towards him a little bit, so they could meet in the middle.
"You're an IceWing!" she excitedly said instead of a greeting and began flying around the large dragon, taking a good look at his markings and scales, almost getting too close to his wings, before she noticed and took a little more distance. "Say, do your scales react to ice?" she asked while looking at his tail and only slowly coming back up towards his head. "They look like they would feel cold." She mused to herself, when one of her sisters pointedly coughed and made Helia pause. "Oh no, how rude of me! Asking you questions without even introducing myself. I apologize. My name is Helia." She gave him an open smile.
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Post by Atarijor XVI on Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:47 am

There were some things Atarijor would probably never overcome. One of those things, was his feeling of inferiority in the presence of dragons. The way this dragon approached him didn't help, either. She got way too close and bombarded him with sentences he suddenly didn't understand at all because his mind reverted back to its captive state. The Wyvern tried to make himself look small as he hovered in place. He avoided looking at the dragoness and wanted back himself into a wall that didn't exist.

Atarijor, no longer a free Wyvern learning how to live a normal life, spoke in the human language instead of the dragon language. "Atarijor doesn't want trouble. Wyvern just trying to complete job for Master."

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Post by Helia on Wed Feb 19, 2020 1:19 pm

Helia fixed her starry eyes on the much larger dragon's head, trying really really hard not to sway towards his scales or claws or markings or fangs or....right, stop. She was trying to focus and be civil. She could already feel Kyrith's disapproving glare between her wings. Her older sister had never liked the way Helia seemed to flit about and never was able to stay still and give someone her full attention. But that wasn't true. She always gave things her full attention, sometimes she just needed to move while doing so.
Something seemed very off, though. The larger dragon didn't seem confident or even up to a conversation. Had she misinterpreted his flying towards her? Maybe he had just wanted to pass by and be on his way. No. He didn't look annoyed at her questions or in a hurry, so that couldn't be it. Instead he looked scared, terrified even. Did she say something wrong?

The energetic dragoness was replaying her introduction in her head, when the Wyvern started to speak in those weird, incoherent mumbles the humans used to communicate. Helia cocked her head in confusion. She didn't know any human language, apparently none of her sisters did either, so she pretty much didn't understand a word the large dragon said, but she did recognize one word as being of dragon origin. "Atarijor." She repeated and slightly backed away from him. Her closeness seemed to scare him, even though she was much smaller. "Is that your name?" she carefully asked, trying very hard to sound friendly and inviting, not at all intimidating. She even gave him one of her warmest smiles. She didn't know what was going on with this dragon or why he seemed to be scared of her, but she felt sorry for having frightened him and wanted to right her mistakes. Maybe she could figure out what he wanted after all.
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