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Re: Opportune Conversations Over the Buffet Table ((Attn: Ko'ssen, Valesa))

Rosiegirl
 

Watching the young woman as she slid into the offered seat across from him, when she just started talking without taking the opening he'd left to introduce herself it actually took a second for Ko'ssen to catch up with her unexpected words. 

So, as she rambled before that first breath, Ko'ssen just blinked at her as he tried to listen, probably looking a little more awkward than he had before she had started speaking. 

When she finished the rush with asking about becoming an assistant weyrlingmaster, Ko'ssen sat there for a moment looking her over as he worked through everything she's said in such a rush. She looked young...much younger than any of his current AWLMs, but he wasn't sure how old she really was, and realistically she *could* have impressed very early as a candidate and so could have more years as a rider than he thought, so age wasn't necessarily an issue. 

However, instead of answering her initial question Ko'ssen held his hand out to her and said with a friendly smile "With such a large clutch on the Sands, I appreciate your interest in becoming an assistant weyrlingmaster and we can certainly talk about that. However, I apologize Miss. You know who I am, but I've not had the pleasure of meeting you before. Please, call me Ko'ssen. Even now it's still a little odd to just be called 'Weyrlingmaster.'"


On Tue, Aug 4, 2020 at 11:15 AM Laurie <Laurie.Lynne@...> wrote:
That was all she needed, just a way in. Without hesitation she slid into the seat across from him.

"I've been thinking...I need more to do. And even though my training has been mostly Healer, and some meal preparations, I'd rather be out and about with the dragons. Impressing Elioth changed my life--for the better, of course--but I've noticed that not everyone feels that way at first. Sure, they love their dragons, but it's a huge change, even though the Candidatemasters warn us about that change."

She stopped to take a breath, then chuckled. "Usually the most hardheaded ones are the ones Impressed. Probably because they have the mental strength to handle a dragon. So, I was wondering, what would it take to be an assistant weyrlingmaster?"

{{A bit rushed, but not bad.}}

(ooc: Short isn't bad. Some conversations are short, so...)

On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 1:00 AM Rosiegirl <rosiegirl872@...> wrote:

Sitting there at an out of the way table in the Dining Hall instead of his office, Ko’ssen was actually very surprised that he’d managed *nearly* a full meal without interruption. He was just finishing up the last of the roast herdbeast and steamed tubers when he heard a respectful voice asking after him. 

 

Pulling his head up, focusing not on the plates in front of him but on the tall, pretty, young woman, a greenrider based on her knots, who had approached the table he was sitting at, Ko’ssen straightened up even as he raised a napkin to wipe off his hands and then wipe at his mouth. It only took a moment cleaning up before he was saying politely as he gave a wave of his hand in silent invitation toward the seat across from him “Yes. How can I help you, Miss..?”



((OOC: Apologies for how short this reply is! Ko'ssen just...is surprised by a random greenrider approaching him and has no idea why she sought him out. Which was the plan. *grins*))

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On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 7:42 PM Laurie <Laurie.Lynne@...> wrote:
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On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 7:38 PM Laurie Hicks <laurie.lynne@...> wrote:
Lately Valesa had been wanting more. More what, she didn't know. While it didn't bring her down, she hadn't been quite as bubbly as normal. 

Maybe it was the eggs on the Sands. Ever Hatching, she remembered hers, where the earth moved, and all the dragons hatched at once. It was scary, but it was wonderful, with Elioth becoming hers. And maybe that was the thing: she wanted others to feel about their dragons the way she felt about hers.

{{Awww. You really like me,}} Elioth said, humor threaded through the words.

[[Well, yeah. It's been too quiet lately. I want to do something.]]

{{There are eggs on the Sands, and a Weyrlingmaster in the dining hall.}}

[[I'm too young. They won't take me seriously.]]

{{We've been together five Turns. Plenty of time to learn how to teach someone. Go. Zelenth's is in there.}}

That was an idea. While she'd rather talk to an assistant, talking to Ko'ssen would speed things up--for good or bad.

He was at an out of the way table. Perfect. She waited until he was almost done before walking up to him.

"Weyrlingmaster?" she said. Not exactly shyly; she wasn't a shy person. But with the right amount of respect.

On Mon, Jul 27, 2020 at 12:30 PM Rosiegirl <rosiegirl872@...> wrote:
It seemed...almost planned that Ko'ssen would run out of klah in his small office klah-pot right around the same time that his stomach rumbled, letting him know that he'd spent *much* too long in the office today. He'd had breakfast, but he'd been so focused he'd worked through lunch and now it was toward the end of dinner time when he unburied himself from his work enough to focus on the world around him. He slowly stretched in his chair, back popping as tense muscles and joints were pulled, and let out a yawn so wide his jaw sounded like it creaked. As he straightened up and let out a sigh of relief at the stretch, Ko'ssen decided he needed to follow his stomach's instructions and go and get some dinner. Then he'd be able to keep working. 

So, with the decision made, Ko'ssen quickly made his way out of the barracks and over to the dining hall. He headed through the large cavernous room to the buffet tables set up for dinner and, having skipped lunch, filled a plate with not just some meatrolls but a thick slab of roast herdbeast, some steamed mixed veggies, and a couple of fresh bread rolls. He'd even scooped into a bowl some thick meat and tuber stew. With that, he left the buffet table and headed to one of the small, back out of the way tables. On his way to the table he'd spotted, he asked one of the passing kitchen staff if they could please bring a small pitcher of chilled juice and a mug to his table, which earned the WLM a brisk nod. 

With that, Ko'ssen reached the table and before he could even tuck into his food the juice he'd asked for had arrived, which he thanked them for. Pouring himself a mug from the provided pitcher, he took a sip of the cold juice, letting it refresh him a bit in the heat, before setting the plate to one side and beginning on his bowl of stew. 


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Re: Gather: Tailor Stall (Attn: Bronwynn, Z'rain)

Rosiegirl
 

As her brother said it was *more* than one, Bronwynn's eyebrows rose slightly in surprise but the grin that spread on her face showed she was happy that *he* was happy. She took in his blush and tried to give him a look reassuring him that she wasn't judging him. 

As he finished, Wynn nodded her head saying "Z'rain, really it's ok. I understand. I'm just glad you're happy finally, and you should hold onto that happiness. I just hope I can finally hear about them while we are catching up today." As she finished, Wynn smiled to show she really was ok, as even though she'd been hoping he'd eventually move here with her she did understand. 

With his last words, Wynn put a hand on his arm saying happily "Alright, then let's get looking!" as she turned slightly and waved with a hand at her booth with it's makeshift portable racks of hanging clothes. 


On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 3:41 PM Aaron <cobalt.knight@...> wrote:
As he smiled to reassure her, and said that he really was doing good Wynn couldn't quite keep the slightly skeptical and concerned look off her face completely. Still, she let him believe she was reassured, for the moment, and nodded as she responded with "Well, it doesn't all just fall on you to visit. I could work on visiting Igen more with Wysin, and I'm sorry I haven't. I really should visit you more there, see what or *who* keeps you living there." As she said the 'who', Wynn couldn't help the small grin she gave her brother, even as the grin showed there were truly no hard feelings that he'd chosen not to move to Arolos and be closer to her.

After that grin, she continued with "But seeing you more, whether here or at Igen, wouldn't go amiss. Otherwise, Wysin might suddenly be 12 turns old and doing...who knows what craft or life path after the creche!" With that last bit, Wynn let a bit more of the previous mock horror leak into her voice at imagining her little boy being 12 turns old!

"More than one who, actually," said Z'rain. He blushed. Even after all these Turns, there was still enough Fort in him that it was difficult to talk about things that would have seen him beaten or worse there. Things that made him happy. "If it were only one, it might be easier to convince them to move, but... they've all got family at Igen, too, so... you understand. I hope."

"Anyway, I would absolutely love to try on something new."


Re: Lakeside to the Danger Zone ((Attn: Marsali, Rosk))

Rosiegirl
 

Marsali was just thinking that maybe she had arrived *too* early because she hadn't yet seen the bluerider she was supposed to assist when Rosk greeted her and waved. There was a brief hesitation in her movements as a slightly embarrassed look crossed her face when she abruptly realized that the rider her eyes had scanned over a couple of times while looking for Rosk *was* infact Rosk himself! It was quite a different experience looking for someone that you'd only ever seen fully clothed and then realizing you'd not recognized him because of them being *only* in a pair of swimming shorts. 

The hesitation was small though as she quickly recovered from the initial embarrassment she'd felt and walked with purpose (despite only being 5ft even and not having long stride-eating legs) toward Rosk and his blue. Noticing that the blue lifted his paw and gave her a wave as well as the mental greeting suddenly filling her head, Marsali waved first to Fephumith saying in polite greeting "Hello, handsome Fephumith."

Then she turned to really look at the bluerider with a smile and a wave saying "Fair skies, Bluerider Rosk." As she reached him, standing there in front of him entirely unconcerned with what she was wearing (or more specifically, entirely unaware of just how beautiful she was), and looked up into his striking blue eyes Marsali's brain finally caught up to what exactly her *eyes* were seeing when she looked at him...

And once her brain caught up, her own blue-grey eyes flicked away from his face as they ran down his body again, taking in the muscles that had always before been covered by a shirt. And the only thought that she was able to form was 'Wowza!' as her cheeks flamed bright red. And then she was immediately totally *mortified* by the fact that she was blushing so deep that she could actually feel it and she whipped her eyes back up to his face as she straightened her shoulders. 

Thinking the best thing to do was to just ignore and power through the totally embarrassing reaction she'd had, Marsali swallowed hard and said with just a bit of a stumble (which she *hated*) "I-I hope you and your lifemate have had a good day so far, Sir. I'm ready whenever you are to assist with washing Fephumith."


On Tue, Aug 4, 2020 at 11:22 AM Aaron <cobalt.knight@...> wrote:

So, arriving at the lake a bit early, Marsali began to look for Rosk and his blue, remembering the blond-haired rider from the times she'd seen him and briefly interacted with him at the beastcrafter's area. 

Rosk had seen the girl, Marsali, maybe dozens of times. He liked to spend his free time helping out at the kennels when he could, and being near the beastcrafters, he often crossed paths with the Candidates who helped there, even the ones who helped at the stables. Like Marsali.

And he had never gotten up the courage to do more than smile, wave, or say hello. Fephumith had not exactly suggested that he ask for her to be assigned to help wash him. But he had been telling himself a story lately about a runner-riding, fair-haired maiden, and eventually, his story took a turn to that maiden giving him a bath.

Rosk felt a little guilty for having asked. Like he was pushing the boundaries of abusing his position. But when he saw Marsali looking for him at the lake, he smiled, and his guilt melted away. She was so beautiful.

"Hello," he greeted her with a wave. He, too, wore his swimsuit. Fephumith lifted a paw and wiggled his claws at her.

((Hum bum bumpadum...)) he mused to her as a greeting.


Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Jerwain)

Kouga
 

S'ryll looked up at the knock on his door. There were an unexpected number of applicants, and he was slightly surprised at the response. He called out to have the person enter, noting the young man that entered. Based on his appearance, S'ryll identified him to be a candidate and a crafter. He nodded his head in greeting.
"Good day to you. I'm wingleader S'ryll of Bronze Vastolth."
Vastolth was sleeping right now, disinterested in these boring
interviews when none of the people were about to bathe him. "Please
have a seat," he said, indicating a chair in front of his desk. "Tell
me your name and why you're applying to be my assistant," he said, not
wasting time with pleasantries when he had so many to get through.<<

"Good day to you and Vastolth. I hope you are both having a good day."
Jerwain greeted offering the man nod as he took the offered seat. "My
name sir is Jerwain, and honestly I am looking for more to do. I grew
up in a caravan looking after all the younger kids and with only
having craft things to do right now since Foreth hasn't even laid her
eggs it just doesn't seem like I am doing enough. I am used to having
more to do and more to look after. Would be good to have some extra
things to keep me busy." he explain.

ooc: ya you looked like you only had like 3 replies so thought you
could use more so I found a few of mine who would be up for it
*responding to IC wonderin about so many people applying*

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Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Asheran)

Jenna Cunningham
 

"Leadership experience," Asheran said immediately, having had plenty of time throughout the day to think about his answer - not that he had needed the whole day to figure it out. It was obvious. He had taken a seat when directed to, and leaning forward in the chair now, he elaborated:

"I have ambitions for when - after - I Impress, but I don't have a lot of practical experience leading others, and I've got no experience leading dragon riders. I don't have any illusions about what the role entails, but I'm hoping to learn from how you handle your wing in and out of Threadfall."


Re: Hope and Fear (ATTN: Trifali/Kassia)

Jessica Freise
 

"It isn't failing to not Impress a Queen," Fali said slowly, thoughtfully, chewing her bottom lip in a nervous manner she thought she'd long abandoned, "to Impress a dragon at all is special. And, honestly, I've also had to come to terms with the fact that I might not Impress at *all*. At this hatching, I mean."

She looked t Kassia for a long momen, her face a study of emotions. "And saying all that, I'm aware that I will still hold out hope until the hatching is over and I'm left standing. Hope and fear seem to go hand in hand, don't they?

On Aug 4, 2020, at 11:18 AM, sailyn2 <empressoftheworld@...> wrote:

"A lot of girls start out thinking that way," Kassia said. "They see a shiny dragon and someone who gets special treatment, but fail to understand why they get that special treatment and whatever other things they have to deal with. I don't look down on girls who feel that way, but I do on those who don't learn the realities or refuse to accept them. From the moment of Impression, a goldrider has more responsibility than they ever dreamed of. I want all the girls to try to understand this, but not get scared off so they have problems if they do Impress."


Re: Lakeside to the Danger Zone ((Attn: Marsali, Rosk))

Aaron
 


So, arriving at the lake a bit early, Marsali began to look for Rosk and his blue, remembering the blond-haired rider from the times she'd seen him and briefly interacted with him at the beastcrafter's area. 

Rosk had seen the girl, Marsali, maybe dozens of times. He liked to spend his free time helping out at the kennels when he could, and being near the beastcrafters, he often crossed paths with the Candidates who helped there, even the ones who helped at the stables. Like Marsali.

And he had never gotten up the courage to do more than smile, wave, or say hello. Fephumith had not exactly suggested that he ask for her to be assigned to help wash him. But he had been telling himself a story lately about a runner-riding, fair-haired maiden, and eventually, his story took a turn to that maiden giving him a bath.

Rosk felt a little guilty for having asked. Like he was pushing the boundaries of abusing his position. But when he saw Marsali looking for him at the lake, he smiled, and his guilt melted away. She was so beautiful.

"Hello," he greeted her with a wave. He, too, wore his swimsuit. Fephumith lifted a paw and wiggled his claws at her.

((Hum bum bumpadum...)) he mused to her as a greeting.


Re: Hope and Fear (ATTN: Trifali/Kassia)

sailyn2
 

"A lot of girls start out thinking that way," Kassia said. "They see a shiny dragon and someone who gets special treatment, but fail to understand why they get that special treatment and whatever other things they have to deal with. I don't look down on girls who feel that way, but I do on those who don't learn the realities or refuse to accept them. From the moment of Impression, a goldrider has more responsibility than they ever dreamed of. I want all the girls to try to understand this, but not get scared off so they have problems if they do Impress."


Re: Opportune Conversations Over the Buffet Table ((Attn: Ko'ssen, Valesa))

Laurie
 

That was all she needed, just a way in. Without hesitation she slid into the seat across from him.

"I've been thinking...I need more to do. And even though my training has been mostly Healer, and some meal preparations, I'd rather be out and about with the dragons. Impressing Elioth changed my life--for the better, of course--but I've noticed that not everyone feels that way at first. Sure, they love their dragons, but it's a huge change, even though the Candidatemasters warn us about that change."

She stopped to take a breath, then chuckled. "Usually the most hardheaded ones are the ones Impressed. Probably because they have the mental strength to handle a dragon. So, I was wondering, what would it take to be an assistant weyrlingmaster?"

{{A bit rushed, but not bad.}}

(ooc: Short isn't bad. Some conversations are short, so...)

On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 1:00 AM Rosiegirl <rosiegirl872@...> wrote:

Sitting there at an out of the way table in the Dining Hall instead of his office, Ko’ssen was actually very surprised that he’d managed *nearly* a full meal without interruption. He was just finishing up the last of the roast herdbeast and steamed tubers when he heard a respectful voice asking after him. 

 

Pulling his head up, focusing not on the plates in front of him but on the tall, pretty, young woman, a greenrider based on her knots, who had approached the table he was sitting at, Ko’ssen straightened up even as he raised a napkin to wipe off his hands and then wipe at his mouth. It only took a moment cleaning up before he was saying politely as he gave a wave of his hand in silent invitation toward the seat across from him “Yes. How can I help you, Miss..?”



((OOC: Apologies for how short this reply is! Ko'ssen just...is surprised by a random greenrider approaching him and has no idea why she sought him out. Which was the plan. *grins*))

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On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 7:42 PM Laurie <Laurie.Lynne@...> wrote:
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On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 7:38 PM Laurie Hicks <laurie.lynne@...> wrote:
Lately Valesa had been wanting more. More what, she didn't know. While it didn't bring her down, she hadn't been quite as bubbly as normal. 

Maybe it was the eggs on the Sands. Ever Hatching, she remembered hers, where the earth moved, and all the dragons hatched at once. It was scary, but it was wonderful, with Elioth becoming hers. And maybe that was the thing: she wanted others to feel about their dragons the way she felt about hers.

{{Awww. You really like me,}} Elioth said, humor threaded through the words.

[[Well, yeah. It's been too quiet lately. I want to do something.]]

{{There are eggs on the Sands, and a Weyrlingmaster in the dining hall.}}

[[I'm too young. They won't take me seriously.]]

{{We've been together five Turns. Plenty of time to learn how to teach someone. Go. Zelenth's is in there.}}

That was an idea. While she'd rather talk to an assistant, talking to Ko'ssen would speed things up--for good or bad.

He was at an out of the way table. Perfect. She waited until he was almost done before walking up to him.

"Weyrlingmaster?" she said. Not exactly shyly; she wasn't a shy person. But with the right amount of respect.

On Mon, Jul 27, 2020 at 12:30 PM Rosiegirl <rosiegirl872@...> wrote:
It seemed...almost planned that Ko'ssen would run out of klah in his small office klah-pot right around the same time that his stomach rumbled, letting him know that he'd spent *much* too long in the office today. He'd had breakfast, but he'd been so focused he'd worked through lunch and now it was toward the end of dinner time when he unburied himself from his work enough to focus on the world around him. He slowly stretched in his chair, back popping as tense muscles and joints were pulled, and let out a yawn so wide his jaw sounded like it creaked. As he straightened up and let out a sigh of relief at the stretch, Ko'ssen decided he needed to follow his stomach's instructions and go and get some dinner. Then he'd be able to keep working. 

So, with the decision made, Ko'ssen quickly made his way out of the barracks and over to the dining hall. He headed through the large cavernous room to the buffet tables set up for dinner and, having skipped lunch, filled a plate with not just some meatrolls but a thick slab of roast herdbeast, some steamed mixed veggies, and a couple of fresh bread rolls. He'd even scooped into a bowl some thick meat and tuber stew. With that, he left the buffet table and headed to one of the small, back out of the way tables. On his way to the table he'd spotted, he asked one of the passing kitchen staff if they could please bring a small pitcher of chilled juice and a mug to his table, which earned the WLM a brisk nod. 

With that, Ko'ssen reached the table and before he could even tuck into his food the juice he'd asked for had arrived, which he thanked them for. Pouring himself a mug from the provided pitcher, he took a sip of the cold juice, letting it refresh him a bit in the heat, before setting the plate to one side and beginning on his bowl of stew. 


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Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Qabil)

Kouga
 

S'ryll head the knock, his next interview no doubt. He looked up from his notes, called for the person to enter, and slowly appraised the individual coming in. This one was an older woman -- not old, but older than him -- dressed in decent clothing, albeit wrinkled. Based upon her dress and lack of wingknots, combined with her age, she must be a Weyrworker. Which was interesting because she had a bronze flitter curled around her neck. How had a Weyrworker gotten a bronze egg? There was likely a story in there, given bronze flits weren't easy to come by or cheap.
"Good day to you. I'm wingleader S'ryll of Bronze Vastolth."
Vastolth was sleeping right now, disinterested in these boring
interviews when none of the people were about to bathe him. "Please
have a seat," he said, indicating a chair in front of his desk. "Tell
me your name and why you're applying to be my assistant," he said, not
wasting time with pleasantries when he had so many to get through.<<

"Hello sir." Qabil offered words slightly slow even on just a
greeting, like she had to think about them a bit or they were
carefully chosen. She settled in the offered chair Quite not even
shifting showing just how long she had had him that they were well
used to how each other moved. "My name is Qabil." She introduced as
she considered the actual reason "I always wanted to learn a craft
when I was younger, but no one would let me apprentice or teach me. I
work with the laundry mostly now, but I like to do other things and
can do other things. Was even a live in nanny for G'rod when he was a
wingsecond to watch his son Ghyan. Also since I only work in the
laundry there is no other craft or classes or anything I have to
attend so would have extra time to commit if ever needed."

*Kouga*

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Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Calyse)

TrueTricia
 

S'ryll didn't miss the beautiful young blonde woman that walked in his door when he answered it.  She had an angular face, blonde hair pulled back, and beautiful eyes.  Yet her appearance, unlike Ysolde, was very much one of a young woman who didn't care about how attractive she was.  She wore her prettiness with an air of casual indifference, not unlike himself.  Until he opened his mouth and his arrogance came out anyways.  Despite his dalliance with Ysolde, he had no desire to make a habit of bedding Candidates, and he wondered how it would be to see this one daily.  Would he be able to resist the temptation?

"Good day to you, Candidate Calyse.  I'm wingleader S'ryll of Bronze Vastolth."  Vastolth was sleeping right now, disinterested in these boring interviews when none of the people were about to bathe him.  "Please have a seat," he said, indicating a chair in front of his desk, before sitting in his own.  "So, Calyse, why you're applying to be my assistant," he said, not wasting time with pleasantries when he had so many to get through.  


Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Asheran)

TrueTricia
 

S'ryll noted the distance the young man stopped away from him, the crafter ranking, and the stuck out hand.  And at the impertinence, S'ryll raised an eyebrow.  "Good day to you, Sr. App. Candidate Asheran.  I'm wingleader S'ryll of Bronze Vastolth."  Vastolth was sleeping right now, disinterested in these boring interviews when none of the people were about to bathe him.  Which also meant that S'ryll wasn't pressured to introduce him as the "great Vastolth."  The boy had a confidence about him, and he reminded him slightly of himself at a younger age.  S'ryll reached out and gave the other's a firm handshake before continuing on.

 "Please have a seat," he said, indicating a chair in front of his desk.  "So, Asheran, why you're applying to be my assistant," he said, not wasting time with pleasantries when he had so many to get through, even if this was his first.  


Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Jerwain)

TrueTricia
 

S'ryll looked up at the knock on his door.  There were an unexpected number of applicants, and he was slightly surprised at the response.  He called out to have the person enter, noting the young man that entered.  Based on his appearance, S'ryll identified him to be a candidate and a crafter.  He nodded his head in greeting.

"Good day to you.  I'm wingleader S'ryll of Bronze Vastolth."  Vastolth was sleeping right now, disinterested in these boring interviews when none of the people were about to bathe him.  "Please have a seat," he said, indicating a chair in front of his desk.  "Tell me your name and why you're applying to be my assistant," he said, not wasting time with pleasantries when he had so many to get through.  


Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Qabil)

TrueTricia
 

S'ryll head the knock, his next interview no doubt.  He looked up from his notes, called for the person to enter, and slowly appraised the individual coming in.  This one was an older woman -- not old, but older than him -- dressed in decent clothing, albeit wrinkled.  Based upon her dress and lack of wingknots, combined with her age, she must be a Weyrworker.  Which was interesting because she had a bronze flitter curled around her neck.  How had a Weyrworker gotten a bronze egg?  There was likely a story in there, given bronze flits weren't easy to come by or cheap.

"Good day to you.  I'm wingleader S'ryll of Bronze Vastolth."  Vastolth was sleeping right now, disinterested in these boring interviews when none of the people were about to bathe him.  "Please have a seat," he said, indicating a chair in front of his desk.  "Tell me your name and why you're applying to be my assistant," he said, not wasting time with pleasantries when he had so many to get through.  


Re: She's Always Like This ((Attn: S'nen, F'nel))

Steelsilver
 

((A lovely green such as yourself is always welcome to sun at my side.)) Sekerth assured her. ((I am certain that you are the loveliest of greens.)) A pause and then he was adding, ((I will, of course, show you around, but later. We are sunning right now.))

"On my way, Sek. Where are you?"

((With Lileth.))

"That's not helpful." S'nen huffed. 


Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Qabil)

Kouga
 

S'ryll had posted notices up around the Weyr. He was looking for an assistant to help out with the administrative tasks of the wing, some hide copying, ensuring that the files were neatly organized, update the calendar, and preferably, to have fresh klah in the mornings. He was sure there would be other tasks, but these were what he could think of now. He liked the idea of a potential hopeful Rider filling the role, as a kind of mentorship opportunity, so he'd gone and spoken with CM Nayari to make sure that he had her approval before allowing Candidates to interview. That being said, at the end of the day, he cared most about getting things done, and if a young Candidate benefited as well, then all the better. But he'd hold open interviews for anyone that wanted. He remembered a grizzled old Rider back at HR, a man who'd been around for ages but had been injured Turns prior. He and his dragon were far too old to do much, but the man had been full of so much knowledge and ideas. They used to talk for candlemarks at dinners some sevendays. He'd take someone like that in a heartbeat as well.
So he'd posted an interview sign-up sheet with time blocks, and today
was the day. He waited inside his office for the first one...<<

Since her stint with G'rod and his son Ghyan Qabil had been shuffled
back off to the laundry. It wasn't that she hadn't expected it more
just that she had enjoyed her time as being a live in nanny for the
Wingsecond. Ghyan was well into candidacy though now and she was well
beyond not needed. Still such an add did get her attention for such
reasons. She didn't mind her task, but she could do more.

Qabil passed the note a couple more times during the day before
finally signing up, her writing looking like a young child's with her
letters being all block uppercase to allow her to be able to more
easily write things somewhat properly.

The day turned out to be one of her rest days so it wasn't hard to be
where she needed to be, though her uniform and over all appearance
didn't say rest day. She wasn't ragged by any means, but her clothes
clearly had some wrinkles and her hair was well a bit fluffy and all
over the place, again not dirty or anything of the sort more just in
need of her catching that it needed at least her fingers run though
it.

The note hadn't said anything about pets so the drudge didn't bother
to leave Quite behind and and instead the bronze was settled primly on
her shoulder his tail around her neck as she knocked on the door. It
was still hard to try and go to speak to a male alone on purpose, but
it was much easier than it had once been and she had like the change
when she helped G'rod. So maybe again?

*Kouga*

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Re: Cloud Dancers Wing Assistant Interviews (wL S'ryll, Jerwain)

Kouga
 

S'ryll had posted notices up around the Weyr. He was looking for an assistant to help out with the administrative tasks of the wing, some hide copying, ensuring that the files were neatly organized, update the calendar, and preferably, to have fresh klah in the mornings. He was sure there would be other tasks, but these were what he could think of now. He liked the idea of a potential hopeful Rider filling the role, as a kind of mentorship opportunity, so he'd gone and spoken with CM Nayari to make sure that he had her approval before allowing Candidates to interview. That being said, at the end of the day, he cared most about getting things done, and if a young Candidate benefited as well, then all the better. But he'd hold open interviews for anyone that wanted. He remembered a grizzled old Rider back at HR, a man who'd been around for ages but had been injured Turns prior. He and his dragon were far too old to do much, but the man had been full of so much knowledge and ideas. They used to talk for candlemarks at dinners some sevendays. He'd take someone like that in a heartbeat as well.
So he'd posted an interview sign-up sheet with time blocks, and today
was the day. He waited inside his office for the first one...<<

Jerwain had actually paused when he spotted the notice and considered
it for a long moment. He was well past the initial classes and had
been doing rather well in his craft, but he could definitely use a bit
extra to do, or rather knew he could handle a bit extra to do. It had
honestly been so quite here without having to look after his cousins,
siblings, or the other younger members that he could honestly use
something like this. So with all that in mind he had signed up for the
chance.

Once it was time he made a point to look his best and show up exactly
on time and knocked on the Wingleader's door.

*Kouga*

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Lakeside to the Danger Zone ((Attn: Marsali, Rosk))

Rosiegirl
 

One morning, not long after the twin golden eggs were Clutched, before heading to her morning chores, Marsali was pulled aside by one of the candidatemasters and told that for her afternoon chores after lunch she was assigned to report to the lake to assist with bathing Bluerider Rosk's Fephumith. She'd thanked the candidatemaster for the heads up, so that she could be prepared and wearing either clothes she didn't mind getting wet/smeared with oil, or be in her swimsuit, and quickly headed off to her morning chores. 

The hours quickly passed, as they do for candidates who are *so* busy after a Clutching with additional lessons and activities, and soon it was after lunch. Marsali, in order to prepare for her afternoon chores, had taken the time before lunch to braid her hair up out of the way and get changed into her swimsuit (a solid blue 2 piece halter top bikini-style outfit that tied behind her neck) and then put a light, nearly sheer wrap tied low around her hips. She'd taken care to eat a light lunch that wouldn't sit too heavy on her stomach, and then headed out of the Dining Hall a little early, carrying her towel and with her sandals making a small 'flapping' sound against the stone as she walked. She hoped that she'd have time to get back to the barracks a little bit before the afternoon lessons to be able to change back into her candidate uniform. 

So, arriving at the lake a bit early, Marsali began to look for Rosk and his blue, remembering the blond-haired rider from the times she'd seen him and briefly interacted with him at the beastcrafter's area. 

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Re: Lunch For Two! (atten: Ko'ssen)

Rosiegirl
 

The slightly scuffed 'kicking' knock that was made on his door, followed by the called out words, pulled Ko'ssen out of what he'd been writing and up out of his chair immediately despite the surprise of the visit *and* lunch delivery. Calling out "I'm coming to get the door!" as he made his way quickly around the desk, in a few quick steps Ko'ssen was swinging open the door. Even though surprise was clear on his face, Ko'ssen smiled welcomingly at the AWLM as soon as the door swung open, but upon seeing AWLM J'zat holding two trays of food Ko'ssen quickly offered "Here, let me take one of those from you!" as he reached out to take one, if the AWLM let him. 

He also stepped aside, giving J'zat space with the trays to walk into the room as he said "Thank you for bringing lunch, AWLM J'zat. I didn't realize it was mid-day already." With a glance from his hide-shrewn desk to the couch with it's low coffee table, Ko'ssen still figured the desk would be better and offered. "Give me a second to clear some space and we can eat at the desk."

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On Mon, Aug 3, 2020 at 12:09 AM Steelsilver <theglitteryone2@...> wrote:
Meisteth was sunning himself on the ledge nearest to where he knew his rider, half an eye on the Weyrlings just in case, but the rest of his attention firmly on his rider. ((You know he might be busy.)) The blue commented, as J'zat did his best to balance two trays. 

"Yes, I know." 

((You know he might have already eaten.)) 

"Then you and Rizo get a little bit extra food, don't ya?" 

((You know-)) "I know a lotta stuff, Meisteth, it's fine. Go flirt with a green or something, Faranth!" 

Arriving at the Weyrling Master's door, hands full, J'zat kicked lightly at it instead. "AWLM J'zat here with lunch sir!"


A Few Of My Favorite Things ((Attn: Andreya, Trifali))

Rosiegirl
 

Andreya had been a bit shaken by the ending to the Gather, but she was back in the now familiar Candidate barracks and she'd already checked on her mom by flit to find out that her mom had made it home safely. So she was slowly relaxing again due to the routine of being a candidate with the classes, chores, studying and everything else, despite the worry she now felt toward her cousin's safety. 

It was actually in the free time hours after dinner, just a few days after the Gather, when she was studying in her favorite smaller, lesser used study room in the nook she'd claimed. Both her flits were with her because they sensed that their person was still unsettled, Ellysetta draped over Andreya's knees under the table and Colzar perched on the back of the chair she was sitting in as if he was standing sentry. 

In front of Andreya was spread out her study materials, and her head was bent over the hides with her damp hair loose and flowing over her shoulders. After her bath after dinner, instead of her candidate uniform she'd dressed in more casual, relaxed clothing very much not her typical style...an outfit that would be more likely considered loungewear with her flowy, light blouse and loose wrap skirt that hung down to her knees at its highest point in an asymmetrical hemline.

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