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"Don't need the help, was fine today with just Tasha." Alriana huffed at Ingverd's concern, incorrectly taking it as him doubting her competence. "Hyah!? Put me down!" The lizard let out a surprised yelp as Versaris hoisted her into his arms, struggling and squirming against his grip. If asked she wouldn't be able to properly put into words why she was so against being carried like this, but that wasn't going to stop her protests. "Don't need to be carried! Am fine!" She was borderline growling at the not half-elf as he grew closer and closer to the group, her tail flailing behind her in frustration. She knew she could easily trip Versaris with her tail, but that wasn't what she was aiming for. "Urgghh... Don't assign my sister to your job. Don't need to see cool side either, annoying side enough..."

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"Hmph~ Their loss. Guess I was the right person for the job after all." She stuck her tongue out at Cinaed before leaning over against him, snickering. "Carry me then, if you're heading back~ I'm so tired from all that action and dancing... Surely you can do this much as a favor for coming after you, right? Since you were so adamant about lauing me back..." If he was feeling better enough, it was back to teasing. Light hearted jabs always made things feel better for her... Hopefully they'd work on him too.


"Hey, whoa! Aly!?" Versaris wasn't completely surprised by the sudden squirming, but he had hoped she'd stop after a moment, finally setting her down out of fear she'd bother her wound with all the movement. "Geez! You're injured, I was just trying to keep you from exerting yourself... Glad to know you're okay, then. Guess I was worried over nothing." He gave her a half hug and kissed the top of her head again, sticking next to her. "Let's get you healed on your own two feet, then."

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Cin didn't know how to react to the sudden change in personality. Seriousness was gone and the teasing Siorel from earlier in the day was back. He shrunk back slightly as she leaned against him, mumbling under his breath as she teased him. "I, mmm, yeah. Guess you were." He stood up, stretching, right as she suggested he carry her back. Heat rising in his cheeks, he swallowed and then nodded. Bending down, he scooped her up in his arms easily. "Fair enough. That's a small enough price to pay, I suppose. Shall we head back then?"

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"Don't need help unless I can't move." Alriana huffed ever after she was put down; though, her tail was now lazily waving back and forth rather than thrashing about at least. However, as he kissed the top of her head, it slammed into the ground for want of knowing a better reaction. The blush that Versaris had missed earlier was back, Alriana not knowing why the only thing she felt about this invasion of her space was a confused flutter in her stomach. "Wha-- Why you do that...?" She asked as she kept walking towards the bridge, oblivious to the scarlet tinting her cheeks.

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"Kyahhhh, hahaha~!" Siorel faked surprise as he swept her off her feet, having expected some kind of payback after the teasing. "As long as you're comfy being seen with someone so beautiful in your arms... Not gonna get all embarrassed?" She quickly linked arms around his neck so he couldn't just drop her, leaning ever so slightly closer. "I'm sure it'll be quite the sight~"


The sudden slam of her tail put him a little on edge, trying to stay cool and answer. "Because I love y--" Then it hit him. Versaris hadn't seen her blush as he'd run away before. Seeing the red tinge to her skin was making him flustered as well, heating up just a little and looking away from her. "I, because I l-love you-- Wow, hah, didn't realize you could blush like that, Aly... Guess I should be affectionate more often." He was screaming internally, trying to focus on walking as to not fall behind. Uuuuughhhhhhhhh... She's so cute, what in the Gods names!? How!? I'm gonna die, ahhhhh... Tells me she doesn't know a damned thing about this and then turns that shade, ugghhhHHHHHHH!!

Truly, a test.

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Tanya groaned as she finally rose back to her feet. Between the traumatic spice incident that she’d just been through, now coupled with her previous exposure to the elements from the mousey girl in question, she realized one thing.

Miria was dangerous.

So, maybe Tanya would have to give up her little cat and mouse pursuit of her. Evidently, they didn’t match too well. Yuria might be more receptive to being friends with her, though, if they ever met, but that seemed unlikely at best. She did at least try to look around for the smaller girl, but she was already being carried back to the inn. Tanya wondered if maybe she shouldn’t go and see about helping Renais with that piano, but when she noticed her in conversation already, she threw that plan out too.

Maybe the quiet could do her some good. Her ears were still ringing from being knocked out for a while.

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Cin grimaced slightly as she kept right on teasing him before suddenly smiling slightly. "You know... That's a fair point. Alvira was already wondering if we were dating. I really shouldn't encourage those sorts of rumors. I guess I should just. Let go." He opened his arms just enough that, even with the grip she had on his neck, she dropped a couple of inches before grabbing on to her again. "Though on the other hand, maybe not. After all, it's fairly easy to explain that you were just tired out from all the dancing and I decided to help you out." 

Making his way back to the village, trying not to think too hard about the soft lizard he held in his arms, he kept an eye out for the rest of the group, trying to find Commander Natalya. "You still want to meet our commander and try to join up, I'm assuming? I mean, I wouldn't blame you if you changed your mind at this point, but you didn't seem to be at all swayed from your course." He couldn't really argue with her at this point if she still wanted to join the Tigers. Even with the light magic attack, she had stayed in the fight and her dances had been invaluable. Surely the commander would see how useful Siorel could be in the upcoming journey.

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She squeaked involuntarily as he let her drop for just a moment, giving him a scowl mixed with a smile in response. "If you're gonna tease me back over that, maybe I should start introducing you as my boyfriend. Since you just can't seem to keep your hands off me~" She stuck her tongue out and then sighed, shaking her head a little. She still smiled, though.What a nerd...

"Still looking to join! I already said why, too. Can't get rid of me that easily, and trust me. Today was not the first time I've had to kill a man. Not gonna shy away from a little bloodshed unless you start shedding it for the wrong reasons. Can't see any issue with what happened today, so unless your boss doesn't see merit in what I can provide, I'll be coming along. Aren't you excited, Cin? Now you'll get to see me every day~"

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Tio breathed a sigh of relief at Renais's words, "That's... a relief. Truth be told, I was quite worried... The knights aren't anything like the Crows in terms of caliber--in terms of idiocy, they appear to be hand in hand." Tio then caught Aegean, holding Miria, wandering by them and heading towards the inn. Renais wouldn't have lied to her, which meant that it probably had something to do with Miria's armor, and the magic that it used. I might have to check on them after all of this... Mmmm... Tio internally sighed, she really didn't need to be so riled about everything that had just occurred. If everyone was fine, she could be happy about that, but tonight was going to be a long night. Between questioning the commander, making sure that the Tigers were alright, informing Natalya of what they'd learned, and then making the trek back up to Sarasin's manse, Tio felt like she'd be lucky to be awake by noon. 

"Renais. Where is Cinead? Elisa, Versaris and I saw, well, effectively a pyre in the distance while we were still on the mountain. We could tell it was someone's magic, and he's the only one who likely could have done something like that. Is he alright?" Knowing what had set the dragon off--if it was him--would be good to know for her incoming questioning of the commander. She couldn't say that he was entirely level headed, but that kind of magical output seemed to indicate that something would have pushed him to that level. She didn't want to be operating on incomplete facts, and if there was something that she needed to address when she questioned the man, she wanted to know. 

On their way, they passed by a couple of the other Tigers. Tio took note as best she could of their states, before returning to thoughts at hand. She couldn't worry about all of them right now, ascertaining Renais's words, and securing the commander came first. She did try to offer a smile as she walked by at least. As they crossed the bridge, Tio slowed as her eyes fell on the stone statue. Renais had been entirely serious that the man was encased in stone, and there was obvious magical residue. Magical residue that seemed to match Alriana's sister, who was standing not too far away with... someone she didn't recognize at all. He wasn't any of the guards that welcomed them. Perhaps a local, or something? Syndra was also fairly close by it seemed, examining the statue as well. "My word... Did... Did either of you two do this?" Tio asked, mildly bewildered. "You're... the stowaway from before, right? And..." Tio tilted her head, looking at the blue furred clouded. "I don't think we've met before. I'm--" 

It was then, that one of the crystals behind Tio began to shimmer, and she immediately turned down the path. Noticing two men in the distance, walking ahead of a group of wagons with a few more men and women. Notably... they wore the cape that denoted them as Altair Knights. Tio's countenance slowly changed, as she swung about to face them, crystals shimmering in the darkness, illuminating her, and the others. "I suggest, that you stop moving, Altair Knights. Unless you're here to explain what just happened."  

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Renais kept as close as she could by Tio, as she lead along to the leader. The Evoker then asked her about Cin, and then a pyre they saw when they descended the mountain. Renais was a bit hesitant to answer. "Mm...I'm sorry, Tio. I didn't see Cin. After Miria and Siorel both got hit...I saw something, and I couldn't focus on anything else but healing them. That something is part of what I need to tell you later." She took a moment to keep herself composed. "But throughout the fight, Cin was more reckless than usual. He was extremely frustrated, our new friend Siorel seemed close to him at the time and was so concerned. I kept healing him up until Miria and Siorel fell, and then I heard a scream." 'I'm not sure if it was from Cin or my...' She took another pause. "Well, by the time I got them both up things had settled down. I didn't see Cin after that, but I heard Siorel went after him. I'm sorry, I know I said everyone was fine and I'm sure Cin is too but..." Renais was a little frustrated with herself. Her senses were usually so sharp, so on a normal day she'd be able to tell Tio exact details on what happened to Cin. But of course the moment she needed them her mind failed her.

As soon as they got to the statue, Renais went silent and let Tio lead from there while she kept trying to keep her stress levels down. Unfortunately for Renais those stress levels were challenged once again once more knights had appeared. "!" She quickly rushed behind Tio and kept on her guard, that was all she could do at the moment.

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It's just stone... but magic like this... it won't last forever, will it? Syndra knew a fair amount of elder magic, but nowhere near enough to really understand how you could just turn a living breathing being into solid rock. "So you did this Sixteen, but how? The book I gave you doesn't show you how to do things like this, unless what you do can't be-" Syndra was cut off as she sensed Tio approaching, but couldn't believe the sight in front of her. The Evoker walked up, flanked by a variety of magical crystals. Renais was also following behind her closely. Tio had asked who was responsible for turning the knight commander to stone. "Well, as much as I'd like to take credit this sort of thing is beyond my capabilities. I believe the only one here that is capable would be-" Tio had then quickly spun around towards another group that was approaching them. "More of them?" There's no way they're stupid enough to try and continue fighting, not after what Tio had done earlier. Although you can never be sure. 

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Three centuries? Elisa didn't know of any Monsters who lived that long through any normal means, but maybe her knowledge was just lacking in that area. She knew the world as it was wasn't very interested in scholarly knowledge on them, and it sounded like Mikoto had already faced the near extinction of her kind, herself excluded. "...Suspicious as that is, if you're not about to get in the way of our mission, I guess I have no reason to keep you occupied. But if you try any funny business, we'll be on your ass faster than you can say fluffy tail." Tio was already leaving in another direction, so she'd have to get a move on. "Though with how much I assume items of that quality cost, I don't know whether anyone else here could actually pay for them, or even use them in the first place. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a wife to follow," she stated and walked off, keeping her eyes on the fox for a few steps. Very suspicious. But there's nothing particular I could call her out on left... Hopefully she won't be too much trouble.


Renais's arrival on the scene told them much of what Tasha herself wanted to know, but she'd have to get a better handle on everyone's condition firsthand. Such was the problem of having to fight on multiple fronts, it was a lot harder to keep track of everyone, especially when the situation called for a hasty split. "If you can handle the diplomacy, I'll check on everyone and see how they're doing," the tiger said as the others besides Nyx went toward the other side of town. Something seemed to have happened to Ingverd within the day, he was being very affectionate with Aly, maybe even overprotective. And looking just a bit past them, Alvira and Laniva were doing... something. It was difficult to see because of the trees in the way. "If you did meet him again, sure, but we have to talk. You said you would if I wanted to hear it later, and I want to find out what you'd be willing to say. Don't know much about your past and all." Meanwhile, Gean was on her way to the inn with someone in her arms in the distance. "But we can do that later. You wanted to sleep anyway, didn't you? Best do so after that hit you took." Natalya nodded, the archer being more on edge than usual along with her earlier fumble making her quite more concerned.


"That'd be for the best. ...Though it looks like we'll be questioned first. Stand back." The Evoker's shining crystals were difficult to miss even when not illuminated with Ferid's eyesight, and based on that pillar of light, he'd have to handle things with some care. He raised his hands to his shoulders, palms open to show he wasn't concealing anything as he approached Tio. "Calm down. We're here to release the caravan from its detainment, and I would appreciate there being no more pointless violence. The idiot of a captain has disgraced himself, and thus as the next most senior officer present, I will be taking temporary command whether he likes it or not. Lieutenant Sead of Sylph. Pleased to meet you." She looked very incensed, but hopefully the explanation was sufficient.

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"I've other methods of payment," Mikoto mused, letting Elisa slink off towards her wife. "You don't have to threaten me with a good time, anyway..." A little play back couldn't hurt, not at this level. So long as they aren't finding me suspicious enough to attack, things will be fine. I think... hmmm... I'd have a chance against this woman, but against the other one, her supposed wife, I do believe I would be killed quite viciously~ Best to keep them on good terms... Mikoto gave her several feet of distance, before slowly following along after. No matter what Elisa's thoughts were on her commerce, costs, and rarity, she would still try her best to make a sale. Even if the cost was more than gold...


Sixteen bounced in place a moment as Tio, Syndra, and Renais all arrived, raising her claw as high as she could-- which wasn't very high. "Me! Me, me, me! I did that!" She was all smiles, like she'd done something worthy of being praised over. "He was being an asshole, so I blasted him with my eye magic, and turned him to stone! He'll turn back soon, so you should probably get ready... Though, Üllr already took his weapons, so he can't be that tough! Heheh~" She did slide behind him just a little bit, trying to keep some distance from all the humans that had just shown up, happy as she was to have done her job with her magic.

The knights showing up again did give her a small moment's alarm, glancing over at them, but the guy up front was trying his best to look like he was surrendering. "I can turn him to stone too, if you want. Just in case? Got one good blast left in me before casting it gets a little dangerous..."

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"Mmm?" Noah turned back to the group, and noticed that there were two new arrivals, and one of them was not happy to see them approach. He could tell that it was magic, but he'd never seen magic being used in the way it was. With everything that had been said that could only mean one thing, that he was looking at one of the Evokers of Glacies. He heard rustling, and the sliding of steel behind him as Ferid moved to open conversation. "Everyone else stand down! Don't move!" Her stance, and tone indicated that she was nothing short of furious. Noah kept his mouth shut, but made sure to keep an eye on the antsy newer knights that were guarding the caravan. Just had to hope that the woman wasn't angry enough to attack immediately if she thought something was off. 


Tio's eyes narrowed, and the crystals glowed brighter at the man approached. "Sylph? You're a part of Sylph, and you let this happen?" The tailed girl who revealed that she had been the one to put Maraval in his prison offered to do the same to the man that was approaching. "Believe me, dear, that won't be necessary. Please retain your magic. I can deal with him, and anyone else myself."

She turned back to the approaching lieutenant, "Judging by what you said. You were opposed the commander's course of action. Alright, let's assume I believe that, maybe you can start with what the hell is going on here? Even if I were to remove that you've attacked, and harmed, our escort on incredibly shaky ground. The knights have apparently captured their own citizens, and was even parading one about in their efforts to find information on what they've lost. I have been informed as to what this is all about, but I will hear it from either you, or his mouth. Explain everything you know, and we'll see if it lines up with what I've heard." Tio then looked over at Noah, her violet eyes dangerously serious. "I suggest that you keep the other knights in order, or perhaps, I will give a 2nd demonstration of how seriously I take nonsensical infractions just as this. I'm sure you could see the first."


Time had all but stopped. He couldn't move. He couldn't really hear anything. He didn't know what was going on in the outside world. But he could feel something. Magic. Something was happening around him and he could feel the magic. Perhaps he'd learn soon. Slowly... he could feel things returning to him. He wasn't quite ready yet, but the magic that had contained him was wearing off. 

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"I don't. That is. We barely know each other!" Cin's cheeks were heating up, the slightest red tinge now visible, as he kept walking, trying hard not get too flustered. He was quickly realizing though that it was an impossible goal around Siorel. She was too good at needing in and getting a reaction from him in what was quite honestly a completely unfair manner. He muttered under his breath, just loud enough for her to hear, "I just fake dropped you, no need to threaten something like that..."

As they reentered the town's limits, he sighed and nodded. "Yeah. That's fair. I suppose it's not surprising that you've had to fight and kill before in this world. I have to imagine you've faced a lot worse than what we did today living on your own." He shook his head, a frown taking over his face as he contemplated the type of people that would prey on young women like Siorel. It was a good thing he was carrying her, keeping his arms occupied as he did, as it kept him from clenching his hands into fists. But he had to keep a lid on his temper. Especially after today. He forced himself to move past it, forcing fake cheer into his voice. "But that's not now! I'm sure you'll have a whole lot of people on your side soon enough, ready to help keep you safe. Even if it means I have to deal with your teasing every day."

He spotted Tio, though with fully green hair, seemingly threatening some knights, with Renais, Syndra, Sixteen, and the wolf they had rescued earlier, all near the statue of the Captain. He also thought he saw Commander Natalya further into the village, so he started making his way towards her, figuring that Tio had things under control. "That's Tio, one of the Evokers, over there. It looks like there are still a few of the knights alive, but if they're at all smart, they'll surrender to her now. I'm pretty sure she could wipe all of them out in an instant... You can meet her later, if you want. I figured you would want to meet the Commander first though?"

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Gean walked back out the inn after placing Miria in her room for the night. "Alright who to check on next..." She pondered as she walked down the path. Elisa seemed to be in conversation with... a multi-tailed fox? Questions for later. Whatever was going on there didn't need her.

Gean's next sight was her two "mother figures" having a chat, something the two of them didn't do often. Giving a smile and wave she called out. "I'm fine, just dropped Miria off at the in, she needed some rest badly. Gonna go check up on the others." She particularly wanted to find Cin and Renais, the two who the Seafolk was the most concerned about right now.  Checking up on Siorel wouldn't hurt either.

The next two sights on her way back towards the fight zone definitely warranted the smile on Gean's face to remain. First was Alvira doting over Lani. The dragon girl had really opened up over the last few days, as well as their cat knight. The bigger surprise was Ingverd and Aly as the walked together. Gean couldn't see super well in the dark, but something about the two. They looked... close. Closer than what a mercenary and their employer would normally look. Interesting... On the plus side, it seems everyone who fought the pincer attack was well. Gean walked on, hoping to either their healer or a dragon boy next.

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“Aye, t’would prob’ly do me some good. Plus, should go check on lil’ Persica an’ her big bro soon, ‘sides.” Nyx nodded, the usual vitriol that may have come from interactions with Nattie long since faded. Probably lost in an ale tankard somewhere, if she had to hazard a guess. She couldn’t help but look around at the rest of the group, all off doing their own thing, and feeling a bit proud of herself that she helps keep them safe constantly.

Sure, they’re all capable of handling themselves, but that’s a minor detail.

”N’ye, we can chat. Sounds like t’may be a helluva lot more relevant now than I thought a’ first.” And not just because of Persica, too; they had a lot of people apparently after their heads for being a group of Clouded mercs. And Nyx knew full well the type of people that lurked about in this country who’d have their sights set on them, and that she really didn’t want that.

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Laniva closed her eyes, waiting for Alvira to get her fill. It was more warm, comfortable than she expected, and she mumbled something incoherently. The not-so-distant shouting snapped her out of her brief daze, and her ears stood on end for a moment as she took her surroundings back in.

"A-Ah... h-hold on a moment, Alvira. Look, over there... we should probably say something. I-I'll be right back..."

She headed over towards Tio and Ferid, gently bowing her head as she arrived. "If you don't mind my interjection... I met this knight earlier in town. Obviously there is an affiliation, but... I don't believe he was traveling with the rest of this group. They may have been acting on their own initiative... possibly."

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Seeing Sixteen proudly proclaim she was responsible for the knight's stoned status certainly hit Renais. Not only was the spell extremely powerful elder magic, it came from a source that was best described as "loose". She had thanked her lucky stars she didn't get on the girl's bad side when they first met. "..." Between that and the tense conversation Tio had with the knight the pinkette had to turn her eyes away to help her stress. Interestingly enough, her eyes turned to a certain tall dragon man carrying their newfound friend. "...Cin." Her eyes widened at the sight. A wave of relief washed over her, but so did another mood.

Once Laniva had arrived on the scene, Renais was sure the situation was under control now. So she leaned to Tio a little bit and whispered. "Cin's over there, I'm checking in on him. Be right back." With that said, the cleric stepped away from the Evoker and made a mad dash to Cin. Perhaps it was to check in on his injuries? Nope! Once she got in range, she bolted right in front of the duo and took a big jump. "CIIIIIIIN!" The poor fellow now had two bodies to handle, because Renais just threw her entire self into the two with her arms stretched out wide. Normally, she wouldn't do this with Siorel in his arms. But her emotions took the reigns hard this time!

Good luck, Cin!

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"Okay! No more statues." Sixteen didn't mind not having to use her magic, her tail still swishing behind her in excitement. She diiiid slide ever further behind Üllr, though, getting a little overwhelmed at all the people and all the humans...

Alvira was a little disappointed to see her object of petting go, but things were still in motion, so it made sense and was definitely the responsible thing to do. She followed after Laniva, nodding along with her words. "Cat's right, this Ferid guy was with, uhhh... That lizard woman that was fighting with us. Where did she go...?" The answer to that question came pretty easily, Renais running off towards Cin, who was carrying the woman in question in his arms. Alvira smirked. "You can ask her, Tio, but I think this guy was on his own. He wasn't around when the fighting started, anyway... and I can't imagine he'd had journeyed with a Clouded and then taken part in something like this."


"That's right~ You'll have to deal with my teasing eeeeeeevery single day..." She took great pride in that bit, content in his arms, content with her behavior. It was all fun and games and it didn't seem like anyone was going to get hurt by it for now. She could just own up to the teasing and commit if he couldn't take it anymore.

About to respond to thought about his Commander, a woman's voice cut the silence, Renais running over towards them! "Kyahhh!" Siorel hugged Cin tighter, bracing for the coming impact, and the likely event of double hug...

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"I mean, I'm sure you could take a break every once and a while. Tease someone else, take a nap, you know. Something other than teasing me." He had more to say when suddenly Siorel let out a scream as Renais ran towards him yelling his name. As she leapt at him, all he could do was let out a panicked "Renais be careful!" but she was already airborne. He quickly tightened his grip on Siorel with one of his arms, letting go with the other and just barely managing to wrap it around the healer as she slammed into him, pulling her close. Staggering a step back, he managed to stabilize, just barely, before he looked down at the two women in his arms, realizing just how close he had squished the two of them. "A-ah, Renais, I wasn't. You shouldn't. Are you two both ok??"

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The pinkette wasn't exactly thinking when she threw herself at the poor dragon, she was lucky to have been caught and held stable at all. Cin was quite strong, as Renais could attest to. She let out a gasp as he caught and held her along with Siorel. However, the cleric's poor planning lead her to get up close and personal with Siorel in his arms. In fact, that was an understatement. She wound up face first into something entirely unexpected, a soft place. Not Cin's chest, that was a hard place.

It was...

"?!" It took a brief moment for her to realize where exactly she was, but Renais let out a muffled gasp and pulled her head back with another less muffled gasp. "A.ah! I'm so sorry, Siorel! Sorry sorry sorry! I didn't mean to...really I wasn't thinking I..." Her face was red, her eyes were shaky. But her mind... 'Myyyyyy goodness, what a blessed girl. Nice and soft, I loved it~ She's so...!!!! NO NO NO!!! STOP THAT! NO!' "DUMMY!" She shouted out. "...ah I meant me n.not you! Not at all!" Yeah, poor girl was entirely flustered.

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Well it seemed Gean found what she was looking for. All three people in fact. To add on to things, Cin seemed to be do his best impression of tree with a girl in each arm. Someone's getting real popular now. Gean quickly noticed the tinge in her heart at the sight, thought about it, and then a smirk grew on her face. She had an idea on how to approach the situation now.

Slowly working her way up behind the dragon boy, Gean slowly place her hands on his back, leaning in to his larger frame. "Just the three people I wanted to see, and all together none the less. Got room for one more big guy?" Gean felt a playful mood was just what the doctor ordered after such a fight. Hopefully the others played along as well. "And look at you Rene~. Flying through the sky into people's arms like that. Good to see that everyone is doing ok."

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Well, someone sure was popular. And, evidently, quite the ladies’ man, given that he’d managed three girls clinging to him with some modicum of comfort. Tanya let out a snort at the display, and made a crucial decision that would change the course of her day forever. Striding over the the burgeoning group, she threw an arm around the larger male and smirked.

”You look like you’re enjoying yourself, huh?” The cat teased, smirking all the while. Yeah, she was definitely having fun, but hey; someone needed to try and lighten the mood. Although, Tanya also felt somewhat bad for him, so she leaned in and added quietly, “And hey, if you need me to help you free up a hand, just lemme know.”

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Having Renais face first in her chest wasn't quite the experience she'd been expecting, nor the unfortunate squishing that had gone on with Cin trying too hard to catch everyone instead of letting go or falling over... At least they managed to untangle quickly, Siorel slowly slinking out of Cinaed's now one armed grip on her. She brushed off her dress a little, fixed it up in a few places, made sure nothing was accidentally showing... Then sighed~

"You've got to be more careful, Renais. Make sure you look before you leap, yes? And please remember... You can look, but don't touch. Okay~?" The girl had obviously not been attempting to cop any feels, so she'd let her off with a teased warning, this time. Aegean and someone she didn't recognize were suddenly addressing Cin, leaving her smirking. She was out of his arm, but she still leaned back against him again, looking up at him with a big smile. "Sure are popular, huh, Cin?"

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