Everyone knows Wind Elven's are impulsive,
changing their opinion so
frequently they seem to have none at all. Yet what Breeze did was so rash
she would never be forgotten.
Breeze was a normal Wind Elven at that particular summer in the Elven
dimension. Small and white, looking like a child. But no child had her long
white hair, nor her gazing green eyes.
Wind Elvens normally don't get bored, because there is always something to
grasp their attention....but not that day. Breeze felt weird, nervous, all
the things she thought up to do she dismissed. She didn't even want to go
swimming with the other Elvens, something she normally never refused.
She played the mirror game, hoping she would spot something interesting in
another dimension. She bent the fabric of time and space to look at the
Dwarfs and Water Elvens, all boring... But then she tuned into the humans,
those normally had some funny arguments for her to enjoy. That's when she
saw Icarus. In her mirror she saw the crash and the early years of the
settlement. It was too chaotic for her at that time...she fast-forwarded to
100 years later. That looked better. The humans had begun constructing
castles to live in with the Draks. This was becoming interesting. That
particular time and planet seemed to her the most interesting of all by far.
As rash as Elvens get, she decided she would go there, appearing at a small
hatching to see what it was. She opened a portal big enough to jump through
and appeared on Icarus. The mother came out and the Draklings followed. She
held her breath, which of the aspirants would mind pair and which wouldn't?
There were far too many aspirants for that small clutch of 5 eggs sired by
Water Adeki and Ore Moreni. The mother named the first, the second and so
on, until the last, a small water dragon, her mother called Leniki, came up
to here and stroked her legs.
It was only at that time most humans noticed her, not knowing what to say,
she could only accept the mind pair of the little drak. For a moment she
regretted her decision, because she couldn't leave anymore, but this was an
exciting new adventure that would keep her occupied forever.
It was also at that hatching that she noticed Zander, he came running in
from the North, shouting about Nexii in the desert...She barely noticed him,
or what he was saying, yet it seemed to disturb the humans.
Leniki was a good student and seemed to instantly grasp some aspects of her
life like time portals and her need to shift. Once Breeze had asked Leniki
why a caring water drak had chosen her of all the people gathered at the
"You were the one who needed me most." She said, not making any sense to Breeze.
Leniki, sensing her message hadn't come through explained
"The only thing stable on you was your instability, but that was infinite.
Not like the others their, they didn't need me, none was as
perfect as you."
When Leniki was a Squire, Zander approached her, with his recently hatched
Perini, Leniki's halfbrother, to ask if she would join his expedition to a
place he called The Desert Castle. When he explained it to her, she couldn't
refuse, it was such a great opportunity for her. Somewhere she could start
from scratch, somewhere she could change however she felt it needed to be
changed. She understood there were only 10 knights coming, 4 of which would
leave once the 6 others had reached full maturity. They would be the only
ones protecting the 62 humans that would help build the castle and it's
inner gardens. The excitement of her job hadn't faded since.
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