Anyone care to RP...?

Thread Topic: Anyone care to RP...?

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    dragonsfire Advanced
    "A very noble act," the other one spoke up, "But the law is the law, and she has broken it."
    The other one quickly silenced his comrade. "We will do as you say," he said.
    "But –"
    "We will," the first said, glaring at the second.

    Tessa slowly stood up and took a few steps towards him. "How can I ever thank you?" she asked.
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    Ethel Advanced
    "Thank you, guards," He nodded towrds them. "I'll make sure the king and queen treat you extra well."

    "You don't have to thank me." Chris smiled.
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    The first took a small loaf of bread and handed it to her.
    "Thank you," Tessa said.
    He gave a curt nod, then led the other one away, scolding him. You could hear the distant shouts of "When someone is pardoned they are pardoned, don't try to persuade them otherwise!"

    "But why did you do it?" Tessa asked. "No royalty has ever cared if a peasant lived or died."
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    Ethel Advanced
    "I care," He warnly smiled to her. "It matters to me, whether any life lives or dies. Nobody deserves to be persecuted after doing good."
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    "That's what they told my brother before they chopped his hand off," Tessa told him. She still remembered that day like it was yesterday, even though it had happened ten years ago.
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    Ethel Advanced
    He pitifully glanced at her. "I'm very sorry," He sorrowfully nodded towards her. "Do you need anything whilst travelling for either you or your family...?"
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    "My family is dead," Tessa said. "They were killed by a disease that I was lucky enough not to get. My home isn't far from here. I was coming into the forest to gather food but accidentally crossed the border into the King's forest."
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    Ethel Advanced
    "Oh!" He exclaimed. "I'm sorry to hear. Would you like me to lead you to your home, to avoid unnecessary quarrel with the guards...?" He suggested.
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    "No, you shouldn't," Tessa said. "I don't even know how you managed to get here in time with your wound."
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    Ethel Advanced
    He then realized his wound existed. As soon as she had mentioned it, the pain started swelling, once again. "Determination...?" He heaved, trying his best not to show the pain.
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    Tessa could tell he was hurting. "You should have the guards that were just here take you back home," she said. "They'll be able to give you better care than I can."
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    Ethel Advanced
    "No, I'm fine." He rumbled. "I can handle myself very well, indeed. Where do you live?"
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    "You are not fine," Tessa reasoned. "You almost died back there. It's a miracle you're even standing."
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    Ethel Advanced
    "Yes..." He sighed. "I am terribly grateful to you. What can I do to thank you?"
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    dragonsfire Advanced
    Tessa smiled. "You've done enough to thank me," she said. "I have to go now." She turned away and started walking in the direction of her hut.

    (It's weird thinking that a thousand years ago we were living in huts made of mud and other things.)

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