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A Tigress in Disguise

PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2008 4:04 pm
by SunBlind
She looked like a foal, so small and dainty she was. And of course, she was the most adorably cute thing around for miles. Those long eyelashes, those innocent eyes, that sweet face.

When River had returned to the Hills, SunBlind gave permission for another return to Sionayra, and Exotic voiced her enthusiasm with enough happy bouncing that SunBlind gave in and sent the little one on her way. The vampiric dragon pitied those she would meet, particularly the males...

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Re: A Tigress in Disguise

PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:59 pm
by Silverdust
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So these were the Fields? Trite surveyed them with an apathetic eye. Sive's personal lands were far more aesthetic, to him at least, but he supposed there was sort of a simple allure in the rolling grass and the sway of wind. He had thought it would be more populated though; that was really the sole reason he had avoided coming for so long. He needed to get accustomed to his own bonded before reaching outside their group.

He walked at a leisurely pace, feeling the greenery whisper against his legs. Perhaps he wouldn't meet anyone at all, but it did not truly matter to him. He was just at ease being alone as being with others, and for the moment, that exquisite sunlight was just enough.

He had little expectation of a meeting, and little preparation for anything that come of it.

Re: A Tigress in Disguise

PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 3:34 am
by Songhue
OOC|Can I hop in, or would you two like to keep it between them? :)

Re: A Tigress in Disguise

PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 2:12 pm
by Silverdust
((I don't mind personally ^.^))

Re: A Tigress in Disguise

PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 12:52 pm
by SunBlind
((OOC - anyone can jump in, I brought her out to meet people after all))

Exotic let out an adorable little squeak as she spotted the red stallion in the distance. He still hadn't seen her. She moved a little back and forth, trying to get a good look at him before he noticed her. Those little glowy knobs that substituted for a mane were certainly unusual.

With a childlike abandon, she sprinted forward, the sweetest, happiest expression on her face, bursting with joy and energy. The grasses swished against her legs and tickled her belly such that she was forced to giggle. The stallion noticed *that* but it was too late, by the time he'd turned his head to see what was coming up behind him, she'd already pounced and they tumbled to the ground in a mess of legs, tails and various other parts.

And high pitch giggling....

Re: A Tigress in Disguise

PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 3:16 pm
by Silverdust
The sense of foreboding tingled across his spine almost in time with the mare's giggle. But that became the least of his problems as suddenly sky and ground flipped around and he fell hard to the side. A slightly hysteric sounding giggling was the only thing that pervaded his disoriented senses, that and the feeling of another body sprawled over his own. What the-?

He shook his head, trying to rid himself of the dizziness, and tried to focus on his assailant. He found himself staring into wide, smoky eyes with fluttering lashes, a face way too innocent and pretty for its own good. He let out a sigh, slightly distasteful. A child, a sweet looking one at that but that still didn't excuse her wanton behavior.

"Excuse me," he said, slightly sarcastic and nursing a bit of a bruised ego. He was a dignified individual after all, and a tumble in the grass was not an activity he'd been prepared to take part in. He fixed the filly with an aloof stare, waiting for her to the proper thing and let him up.

He was not one bought easily by charm, after all.