Luikawa loped though the lands, his large paws barely brushing across the soft beach sands. To many questions were unanswered, to many feelings rushed though his being all at once. Her name, Trigiadea, was all that was needed to make his heart flutter and bounce. He needed her, he loved her...he knew that much for sure...but she was yet to return any such feelings. He didnt push it though, for the fear of losing her all together.
Sakarri slinked though the trees, eyes following her older brothers movements with suprise. Normally he would notice her, pounce of her before she did him. Deciding to take advantange of her brothers descration, she jumped on him and pinned him to the ground with a playful growl. "I win!" she declaired and licked his furry cheek only to sniff the air and notice another scent in the air. A she-wolf. Sakarri looked down at Luikawa oddly, wondering who she was. "Who is..." she started but paused, seeing the fae. "Wow..." she whispered before approaching the fae. "Hello," she said brightly "im Sakarri, his sister."
The young wolf sighed as she followed him onto the coastal land. "It's beautiful." She smiled, for the first time for a reason he had not caused. Then another wolf leapt out, tackling Lukiwawa in front of her. She almost snarled before hearing the words.
"Trigadea is my name, Sakarri." She smiled at the she wolf. "Nice to meet you."
The young she-wolf studied the fae for a second, her ears perking forwards as she looked at her brother. "I like her," she declaired "good choice brother...she'll be a good mate." Luikawa growled quietly under his breath, cursing her for saying her mind so often. "Sakarri, she is just a friend...coming to see my home and..sadly to meet you," he said shooting her a stern look. "Sorry Trigadea," Sakarri said with a roll of her eyes "just thinking to hard..." She giggled a laugh and eyed the fae once more. "You need to eat," she said and tossed her head to the left "good hunting that way...just dont leave kills out...Ashton doesnt like to see what we do."
Luikawa shook his head "you can if you wish...just keep it in the trees and off the path," he murmered, nudging her side to push her gently towards the forest with a fond nod to her sister. Once hidden in the trees he paused and yawned "I'll do this one if you want...we can start your lessons tomorrow," he smiled, favouring her with a gentle nuzzle before bounding off into the trees.
Moments later, his voice called for her though the trees. "Trigadea, got some," he called gently, his head poking out from the bushes to watch her.
So quick he was and he seemed to understand the way I was at the moment was no fault of my own. I followed him and went to return the nuzzle, seeing as I was growing fond of me, but he was gone straight after he'd done it. I smiled though as he called me a minute or two later. Then I bounded towards him, doing that which I had wanted to do before he'd left me so quickly. I was a little shy at the moment, but it would not take me long to learn to kill those which were our natural prey. "Thank you."
Lukiawa fell to his stomach, watching her eat the large rabbits. He was not hungry, but he snapped up a few bites so he would not have to hunt later. "The pleasure was mine," he said, licking his bloody paw and resting his head on the grass.
What had she done to earn the kindness of this brute? From captivity she had called and he had freed her. How he'd dare no one knew but himself. She finished eating and then looked at him. "There is something I seek to know from you. Why did you come and free me?"
Shifting slightly until he was comfortable and rested his head upon his paws, keeping a watchful eye on her. "Because..." he whispered softly "I dont like seeing others of my kind...in danger?" He questioned himself quietly, wondering how he could word it. "You were the closest...and the skinniest but yet the most beautiful fae I had ever seen..." he smiled slightly and sighed. "Never have I see someone like you before..." he said and stood, walking closer to her and settled by her side. "Nor someone, of my kind, who was so clueless," he said it gently, not wanting to offened her.
He chuckled and studied her in silence, allowing the quiet to pour over the group and listen to the other animals in the clearing and beyond. "Now, I think you owe me an answer," he said after a moment and searched for one question to ask "what do you think of my home and would you be willing to...stay?" He barely breathed, waiting for her reply.
Luikawa shifted again, flopping onto his side but lifted his head from the ground at her reply and grinned. "Good," he said with a wag of his fluffy tail and rolled onto his stomach. "Tomorrow," he said suddenly "I shall show you the wonders of this land..the beauty of the places I love the most..and I shall teach you the art of hunting."
Trigadea She laughed as she hunted a fat looking rabbit for herself. Oh how she was enjoying this freedom. And there was only one to thank, and that was Luikawa. She would be thanking him very soon, seeing as she had been getting very fond of him of late. Smiling she leapt, pinning the rabbit and killing it easily. She carried it back to their den before starting to eat it.
The black nose sniffed the air, scenting the fresh blood and his icy eyes snapped open, a smile upon his maw. Standing to his full height, his paws led him towads the beautiful fae, sitting and eating in the front of there den. "Trigadea," he greeted her lightly, chuckling at the sight of the dead rabbit. It seemed he had been able to teach her something after all.
The months which had followed there first meeting had passed quickly, and his love for her had only grown. He was unsure of what her feelings towards him where, but he douted upon her every word. Her lyrics were the only musical thing he heard these days. He wanted to claim her as his, but he respected her to much to do so without asking.
She chuckled as she finished with the rabbit. "hey," she said, smiling at him. There was finally a bit of weight on her, though she was still not as wild as some. It was good though knowing that he cared about her as much as she knew he did.