Re: Let's Have Some Fun (Frost Fayre)(Elowyn/NPC Lisilia)
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Elowyn leaped at the opportunity in Lisilia's invitation. It felt like ages since they'd last seen one another - though it had truly only been a handful of months - and she was eager to be in her dear friend's company. Passage north would have been easy to secure thanks to the festival, but she couldn't pass up the chance to bully K'synn into doing her bidding.
Climbing down from the brown dragon's harness, Elowyn surveyed the Fayre grounds from the perch as other rider pairs continued to land around them. The air held nearly the chill of between and she drew the Harper-blue knit scarf higher on her neck, but found herself grinning. It felt good to be somewhere else after so long in one place. It had been some time since she'd had a haircut, the typically pixie-styled waves now just long enough to brush her neck. Not nearly of a length to be useful in this climate, yet, but at least the dark locks kept her ears warm.
Summer launched from her preferred spot on the woman's shoulder, padding added beneath the lining to Elowyn's overcoat to compensate for tiny claws. She had learned that lesson quickly. Toki had never cared much for the shoulder, and he took wing from his place attached to her other arm. The pair of metallics chased one another in the air for a moment before the queen noticed unfamiliar firelizards in the vicinity. Summer barked an assertive note and zipped into the distance with her tiny bronze escort.
Elowyn was confident enough that she would be able to find Lisilia on her own, without their help, as it was. And so with a wave to K'synn, she stuffed her hands into the pockets of her long, dark jacket and hastened to join the growing crowd of people moving through the entrance.
On Sun, Jan 3, 2021, 6:33 PM TrueTricia <tricia.nicewicz@...> wrote:
A couple days before the Frost Fayre was scheduled to begin, a firelizard appeared with a note attached, and circled until it found Elowyn. It delivered the note patiently, before departing quickly.