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    Cloak and Daggerfang

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    Lawrence
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    Re: Cloak and Daggerfang

    Post by Lawrence on Tue Oct 22, 2013 10:36 pm

    Lawrence couldn't help but roll his optics slightly at Prixlezub's words. Some people just didn't get the concept of 'teasing', did they?

    Well, it was good that the car demon offered to give them a ride, as poor Zurg was steadily becoming less and less coherent. Oh yes, Listening was very tiring indeed, and with the amount of distance the monarch had to cover with the skill it was only natural he was exhausted afterward. Zurg tried to climb onto the horn, only to fall asleep right there.

    Lawrence just kind of sighed before climbing up onto the horn himself, moving to hold Zurg steady. X'ki would probably intervene if the butler lost his grip, but likely wouldn't have to. "I will make sure he does not fall off . . . shall we get going, then?"
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    Re: Cloak and Daggerfang

    Post by Prixlezub on Tue Oct 22, 2013 11:11 pm

    Given the robot's silence, it seemed the demon's words were heeded, if not with a roll of Lawrence's optics. Teasing was not something that many did in the prince's presence, especially when said beings were not very familiar to Prixlezub himself. Regardless, the demon was not in the mood for any further words about his actions, chiding, teasing, or otherwise. All that was desired was a silent, peaceful return to the city, and then to the tundra.

    Once Lawrence situated himself between the prince's curved tines, Prixlezub's massive head did arise from the ground, standing a full thirty six feet from the ground. Wordlessly he agreed to moving along, starting out with a walk before fluidly moving his feet into a brisk trot. Both sand and air passed swiftly by the demon and his passengers, molten glass churning from under his clawed and hooved feet. His pace was swift despite such languid movements, the city not too far off in terms of time.

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