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Dialog"Well, you can't stay here." He crossed his arms and glared down at her."Well, why not?" she crossed her own arms and glared up at him, mirroring his stance almostflawlessly."Because it's too dangerous here.""I've lived 'ere for at least three months! Don't ya dare give me that!""You can't stay here. You do not belong here. It is far to dangerous for your kind.""I've only seen one danger 'ere, an' as long as I stay in tha ring, I'll be fine!""You can't stay here.""Why not?! Give me one good reason!"He let out a little sigh. "You need to be with your own people.""No, I don't!" a note of fear entered her voice."Yes, you do.""Why da ya want me ta leave so badly?""Why do you want to stay so badly? I've told you all along that you will be leaving. This should not be a surprise.""S'not." she muttered. "But I don't want ta leave.""Why not?""Because..." she paused for a second. She hadn't told him about the past, and she wasn't going to now. So she gave him the first
A KaLu Teacher"Now listen here," The new teacher's fingers spiraled in the air as he grinned broadly. "The fundamental theory of magic states
"Ash sagged against the smooth wooden wall with a quiet sigh, her attention turning to anything and everything besides the man and his teachings. Her gaze wandered, first to her brother, Dem, who was half-asleep already, and then to her sister, Ilea, who was acutely observing the teacher's wild hand motions with a vaguely frightened look on her face. No doubt he expected him to suddenly loose his temper and hit her, as she was constantly frightened of.::So
:: Kay chimed up, successfully blocking out the last bits of the teacher's voice completely. ::How long ya think this one'll last?::Maybe three days? Max.::Heh. Generous today, eh? Ya'd really think they'd 'ave learned by now, not ta teach you three.::Ash made a face, just for a second.Yes
I wonder how many more people are gonna try and play teacher
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