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The Lakeside Equation (attn: Tai'zen, Rionnon)


Mya L. R.
 

The blonde sat out amid the late afternoon sunlight, not far from the lakeside, with a thin shawl draped protectively over her pale shoulders.  She'd been sitting there for sometime already, moving the pencil in her hand across the papers laid out across her lap.  From time-to-time the more grey seeming eyes would lift from the papers and be directed straight out across the lake.  That gaze would shift about ever so slightly.  Sometimes on one dragon but would soon shift away, sometimes checking out another dragon, sometimes looking toward the sky.  After a short period her gaze always dropped back onto the papers.

Once looking back at them her hand would move again, not in sweeping or artistic gestures.  They were small movements slowly making its way across the pages.  She'd been there long enough that she'd seen several riders start and finish cleaning their dragons.  A third pair had finished and left the lake by the time she removed the pencil from the papers, skimming her gaze over what she'd been scribbling down over that entire time.

Most of her work were numbers, equations with some of them clearly labeled by colors with some numbers quite clearly being something around the size of those colors.  Those equations, except the blue, ended in percentages that ended up being used in the other strings of numbers.  Rionnon tapped the end of her pencil thoughtfully against the final numbers she'd come up with in the final green, brown and bronze rows.  Those numbers didn't seem that big a spread compared against the more solid numbers she'd marked in the blue rows either.

She let the pencil tap over them several more times carefully studying the numbers.  Finally, though, she shook her head.  Her sample size was too small to know if there was anything else she needed to add to the equations.  And with Rukbat sinking ever closer to the Rim, she didn't really have that much time left for her figuring right now.  Making it time for a more direct approach.

The eyes rose from the paper again and this time swept around the area, not stopping on the dragons that'd arrived.  This time she glanced at the riders.


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Kouga
 

The blonde sat out amid the late afternoon sunlight, not far from the lakeside, with a thin shawl draped protectively over her pale shoulders. She'd been sitting there for sometime already, moving the pencil in her hand across the papers laid out across her lap. From time-to-time the more grey seeming eyes would lift from the papers and be directed straight out across the lake. That gaze would shift about ever so slightly. Sometimes on one dragon but would soon shift away, sometimes checking out another dragon, sometimes looking toward the sky. After a short period her gaze always dropped back onto the papers.
Once looking back at them her hand would move again, not in sweeping
or artistic gestures. They were small movements slowly making its way
across the pages. She'd been there long enough that she'd seen
several riders start and finish cleaning their dragons. A third pair
had finished and left the lake by the time she removed the pencil from
the papers, skimming her gaze over what she'd been scribbling down
over that entire time.

Most of her work were numbers, equations with some of them clearly
labeled by colors with some numbers quite clearly being something
around the size of those colors. Those equations, except the blue,
ended in percentages that ended up being used in the other strings of
numbers. Rionnon tapped the end of her pencil thoughtfully against
the final numbers she'd come up with in the final green, brown and
bronze rows. Those numbers didn't seem that big a spread compared
against the more solid numbers she'd marked in the blue rows either.

She let the pencil tap over them several more times carefully studying
the numbers. Finally, though, she shook her head. Her sample size
was too small to know if there was anything else she needed to add to
the equations. And with Rukbat sinking ever closer to the Rim, she
didn't really have that much time left for her figuring right now.
Making it time for a more direct approach.

The eyes rose from the paper again and this time swept around the
area, not stopping on the dragons that'd arrived. This time she
glanced at the riders.<<

Tai'zen hadn't meant to put it off so long, but well there was no
having it any other way. Seidouth had been in need of food and he had
had a couple things to do this morning before they could do that. All
of that added to a late bath today for the bronze. Still as he glanced
up at the light he was glad it hadn't been any later or he might have
ended up trying to oil the bronze in the dark and that would have made
no one happy. He backed away from his mate tilting his head and
looking him over before nodding "Go on Seidouth go rinse off and come
right back if you want any time to sun once your oiled." he told the
bronze as he backed up and settled down the brush he had been using to
scrub on said dragon.

With a rumble of agreeance the bronze moved into the water to get rid
of the remaining sand and Tai'zen moved towards a nearby tree to try
and avoid the light for a moment while he waited. He offered the woman
already under the shade a grin and a "Good evening." in greeting.

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Mya L. R.
 

On Sun, Jul 5, 2020 at 9:46 AM Kouga <hanjikouga@...> wrote:
Tai'zen hadn't meant to put it off so long, but well there was no
having it any other way. Seidouth had been in need of food and he had
had a couple things to do this morning before they could do that. All
of that added to a late bath today for the bronze. Still as he glanced
up at the light he was glad it hadn't been any later  or he might have
ended up trying to oil the bronze in the dark and that would have made
no one happy. He backed away from his mate tilting his head and
looking him over before nodding "Go on Seidouth go rinse off and come
right back if you want any time to sun once your oiled." he told the
bronze as he backed up and settled down the brush he had been using to
scrub on said dragon.

With a rumble of agreeance the bronze moved into the water to get rid
of the remaining sand and Tai'zen moved towards a nearby tree to try
and avoid the light for a moment while he waited. He offered the woman
already under the shade a grin and a  "Good evening." in greeting.

Rionnon turned her head when something moved near the corner of her vision, noting the bronze and the rider.  The rider that was moving toward the tree she was sitting under.  "Good evening."  Was her own calm reply to his greeting, she paused for one moment her gaze darting over him as she considered his height.  "You've got a rather nice-looking bronze, did you just finish washing him now?"

 
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