Stars-Sam I snorted as I reached the freindly area known as Faoi Thionchar. This was a beautiful place from what I had heard of it. Stopping near the edge, knowing there was no way I wasas silent as some and that I woul be heard miles away, I reared and called, "May the king come and speak with me?"
My mane sparkled in the sunlight lit up with small sparks of flame from my hell horse ancestry.
Cadifor grumbled slightly to himself as he patrolled his borders, snorting to himself as he thought of the day ahead of him. Nothing exciting was happening as usual. His brown eyes looked to the sky. If anything he may get a thunderstorm, which would be quite lovely if he were to be out and about when it decided to break open. He was slightly grouchy today and he hoped none decided to pluck his last nerve. He was already close to breaking.
Then the sound he had been least looking forward to...the beckon of another stallion. Cadifor snorted and his tail lashed out at the wind in agitation. However, he remained calm and set up course to head straight for the black stallion that had called to him.
"You called?" he asked shortly, sliding to a halt in front of the other stallion. He was truly not in the mood for chit-chat and he wanted to get this over with rather quickly. It was not like Cadifor to be rude and he hoped it did not upset the other stallion but he could not help the mood that he was in today.
Stars-Sam I snorted as the other horse came up to me. He was heavily built but that was nothing to me. I had a hell horses blood in me, and that meant nothing but trouble for him. Only if he dared to make me angry, that was.
I smiled a little. "Greetings Cadifor, king of Faoi Thoinchar. I am Stars-Sam and I come to request to sub herd with you."
I always was straight to the point, another thing I got from my forcer father. There was nothing about horses not allowing me, that I coulod possibly allow to go by.
What a demon I could be sometimes. Then again that was what I was born to be.
Cadifor watched the stallion. There was something odd about him. It made Cadifor slightly worried, wondering if he could trust this fellow or not. Would he respect his rules of his land?
The silver stallion cleared his throat. "Well, I do not know you all that well, first of all." He paused for a moment. "So it would be rather unwise for me to just open my lands to you." However, Cadifor knew he was bored, he needed something exciting in his life or he was going to whittle away to nothing.
"If you can promise to follow the rules of my land, then yes, you may sub-herd here. But you must respect me as the king I am and you must also treat my mares nicely. Also, please do not destroy my beautiful lands. This is all that I ask of you, Stars-Sam." The King hoped that Stars-Sam would accept these rules. He would sincerely hate to have to chase the young stallion off his property.
Stars-Sam Those were fairly easy things to remember for me. And i understood him fairly well. "I understand that other might not have been so straight forward with why they come but that is simply a part of who I am." No I would not try and break those rules intentionally."I will not break those rules, but if it starts to get a little too hard for me then I will tell you that I am leaving for a while and may return when things are better for me."
Cadifor snorted as he listened to the opposite stallion's words. "None others have come to ask me for a sub-herd, except for an old friend." He said, referring to the fact that no others had come to show him how there were different ways of asking to sub-herd. And yes, he better not break those rules. "I understand. It would be expected of you to leave if things became too out-of-hand for you." Cadifor wanted to laugh slightly. There was little that a stallion would admit to not being able to handle. This other stallion seemed a bit odd.
Stars-Sam "There are many different horses in this world. I'm probably not like the horses you are used to in this beautiful land, Cadifor." And it was true, I was not likely to be. I did not think that this horse was used to being in the company of hell horses. Something one day I would be. "I will tell you as I have said about the fact I may leave, but only temporarily."
Cadifor listened to him and nodded, knowing and understanding the fact that there were many horses in this world and all of them were different in their own ways. He knew this and would not judge Stars-Sam for his own certain differences from the world. Again the other stallion mentioned leaving. "That is perfectly fine if you feel the need to leave. Just as long as you do not break my rules or put my mares in danger." Cadifor snorted and stood with his head high, looking at the stallion with proud eyes and wondering just what was to happen next.
Stars-Sam "I would never put anyone in danger intentionally. Nor will I let anything try to make that happen, no matter what I have to do in order to make sure nothing happens." My mane and tail started to brighten a little as I felt myself mature a little more. I smiled though, the flames were just noticeable now.
Cadifor began to notice a slight change in this stallion. His mane and tail were...on fire? The silver stallion snorted at this. Impossible. "Well, I have certain things to attend to. You may call on me if you need me." He turned and began walking away slowly, thinking what this stallion could possibly be. Of course, he had promised to follow the rules and to cause no harm so Cadifor had no reason to be afraid. He knew what he was getting himself in to. And he also knew that he could take on just about any equine there was in the world. He held no fear. Cadifor knew that this stallion would not break his trust. And Cadifor could trust Stars-Sam.
Stars-Sam I smiled at him. "I thank you, Cadifor. I won't be a problem." Then when he left my sight I trotted off, to look at my new home. It certainly was a very pleasent place. Though a lonely one in the event of the fact I had no one to share it with. I sighed and turned away to find myself some mares.