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mikleo ([personal profile] calmseas) wrote in [community profile] fafnir2017-05-18 01:15 am

i'm dying to know

[of course, Mikleo has been planning this for years. hundreds of years, if anyone is keeping track, because the water seraph definitely did. after an extended period of alone time in one of Mikleo's more remote residences, the Shepherd and his seraph would retrace the steps of their first great journey, slowly acclimating Sorey to all the changes the world had experienced during his slumber.

that had been. The Plan, anyway, before Sorey had started putting his own plans into motions. though, knowing Sorey, it was less of a plan and more of a spontaneous feeling. it was certainly the kind of impression Mikleo was given when he was interrupted in his explanation of the Ladylake public library with a rather loud 'okay, this is amazing, but what about the ruins?'

of course Mikleo had been carefully exploring and categorizing ruins across the world for as long as Sorey had been gone, and he had planned to take his friend to all them in due time— but Sorey had decided that time was now, so Mikleo picked one at random, at away they went.

Mikleo can only complain so much. really, he's still as much of a ruin freak as Sorey is at heart, and the familiar smell of wet stone and stale air is enough to get his heart pounding with excitement. the seaside temple Mikleo chooses for their excursion is a difficult one to reach, but the climb down the nearly sheer cliff face goes about as well as he could hope for. that, combined with the realization that for the first time he'll get to show Sorey everything in a new ruin first leaves him nearly breathless.]

You'll see once we get inside, but it's obviously some kind of water shrine, but very different from Guinevere. [he can't suppress the excitement on his face as he turns his head to look between Sorey and the imposing entrance.]

It'a easier to move around in too, from what I remember.

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