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Where are my manners?
Thu Nov 30, 2006 4:52pm

It was a bit disconcerting that the Accepted didn’t chuckle along with her little cracks, but she was used to strange looks and rolled eyes in response to her off-the-wall comments. So when the silence began to stretch on the part of the initiate, she fell silent, coughing slightly. Her offer to leave was met with near-desperation. “Oh no, you don’t have to leave. I mean, unless you want to.” Tsuga blinked.

Now it was a predicament. If she left, the Accepted might take it as an insult, but she really didn’t want to stay. On the other hand, she really wasn’t comfortable just hanging around with a channeler, though it was less of an issue now than it might have been in the past. Having to come to terms with being related to a Soldier had rather shifted her outlook on those that could wield the One Power.

“Oh, yeah, silly me. Tsuga. Sei’Tar.” The feel of the title still felt weird connected to her name, but she rather liked the thrill of achievement it sent through her nerves. It had taken her years to earn that rank, and being able to claim it at last was quite fulfilling. “Nice to meet you, Accepted.” She bobbed another brief bow – she was supposed to defer to the initiates, after all – and then turned her thoughts to trying to figure out something that they could do in which they wouldn’t have to talk too much, or have to spend too much time too closely together.

“Well, I’ve got some extra time before the midday meal myself, and I was thinking of maybe going into town. It might be nice to see something other than the Tower walls.” She grimaced slightly, and only then thought to check and see if she had the small pouch of money that all of the trainees were given at regular intervals to spend as they wished in town. She usually saved hers – she had a dozen or so tiny pouches stashed in her room – but occasionally she felt the urge to spend a small bit of it. She never liked to part with any coin, but perhaps a few coppers for an inexpensive meal and a mark or so outside the Tower might be well worth it.




OOC: So sucky; sorry. But they can get into some mischief in town, if you want to.... ^_^

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