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Seated on the branch of an old oak tree that looked out over the lake Nightsfire smoked his pipe and studied the placid waters. It had been several days since his encounter with Sohvi and subsequent confrontation with Anton and the swing of emotions he felt when he thought about each could not be more like night and day. The afternoon he spent with the young Wolfkin had been one of the most pleasant and carefree in recent memory. He had connected with her on a level he had not experienced with anyone in a long…….well ever. When he let himself dwell on the encounter with Anton howeve
Owen had been practising his weapons since dawn in the ranger barracks, he fully believed you could never be too prepared and always believed in sharpening his skills. He worked hard first with his sword then with his axe. After that he moved on to the bow and was just about to start shooting when Burrich entered the room. â€œGood morning Owen, are we going to start on the next set of lessons today?â€ â€œMorning Burrich, it is good to see you are punctual, that is a trait worth keeping, I trust you are well rested and ready for the rigours of the coming day? Burrich nodded his he
Nights stared down from high atop a ridge that looked down on the area known as the Two Rivers. The wind was brisk this morning and whipped his cloak out behind him as he stood vigil. Further down the trail leading up to his perch Owen waited for their guest to arrive. How odd it was to be waiting to lead an Aes Sedai to the ruins they had found. In his wildest imagination Nights would have never envisioned this scenario. Of course Quickening still wanted him to leave with her and go hunt rather than trust the Aes Sedai. ~Come away and hunt Nightsfire~ The image of stalking a
ANDULAR The journey east was made pleasant by Wallâ€™s story telling. Both Eyota and Nights enjoyed listening to the big man talk and the three shared a laugh at many of his tales. Once they rode out of the Mountains of Mist Eyota took the point and led them to some back trails well away from the main roads. The weather was kind to them with warm dry days and cool cloudless nights. Nights enjoyed those times most of all seated around a fire roasting rabbits and joking with his friends. The wolves were always with them of course warning them of any unwanted attention they might be ridi