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 Back to Nature, [adventure][Saint - Judas]
Jani
 Posted: May 24 2017, 05:57 PM
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It almost seemed to work, her simple strategy to get the unfortunate human to follow her. He took a step towards her, like a good boy- but then he was casting his head about, apparently confused.

She inhaled deeply and then heaved a great, drawn-out, suffering sigh that whistled silently through her beak.

What was it now? She watched the long, bespectacled human look here and there, retrieving some item from the jungle floor but seemingly unsatisfied with that discovery. Had he lost something? She was not exactly surprised. She allowed him to flounder around for a while, testing her bruised wing carefully. The initial pain was long gone by now, replaced by a low throb whenever her muscles pulled tightly. She gave another sigh and resettled her wing. Her golden eyes locked once more on the human, who still hadn't rediscovered whatever it was he was looking for.

Quickly running out of patience, she gave a light squawk and began hobbling around to see if she could see... well, she wasn't certain what she was looking for, exactly, but presumably she'd know it when she found it. She just had to keep an eye open for something that didn't look like it belonged.

Perhaps she simply had a better perspective than he, being so close to the ground as she was, but she stumbled upon the foreign object without much trouble, caught up in a tangle of roots near the tree that she had fallen from. She hobbled over to it and pecked at it a couple of times; once her curiosity was satisfied, she cooed for the human to come and retrieve it.

Now that that was done and over with, they could leave, couldn't they? She hopped a few hops in the direction she had originally tried leaving in, and then turned around to see if the human would actually follow her this time.


a wild Pidove appeared !
level higher than Surrey ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ HYPNOSIS ◒ #c59697
~85% health. Humans are not bright.

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Saint Judas
 Posted: Oct 12 2017, 07:24 AM
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JUDAS

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*winces* Hey, sorry Jani, want to finish this...? I guess? Gods, sorry
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A mere glance back at the bird, a worried flicker of azure eyes, was enough to make Judas wince, guilty, slumping on himself helplessly like a child, his expression sorrowful and pained with apology. She was so patient with him, really, he didn't mean to be so much trouble but.... but he couldn't leave.... leave without it. Gods, but he must be bringing so much ill-fortune to her... after all was it not his fault she had been hurt to begin with? And even when she tried to help him despite him having caused her injuries, how did he seem to react but to dither over stupid things?

Still, he couldn't stop growing more worried and frantic, trying to hasten his search feeling the pressure of the bird's patience, to very little luck. It was important..... he needed it! A squawk made him jump slightly, the sound itself not aggressive or startling in nature but his nerves on edge again as he jerked around to the dove with a slight flinch.

With relief he saw it was not the bird leaving and giving up on him, abandoning him to his own floundering, or any other such thing, the avian once more graciously lending aide to him despite all the ways he was sure he had long ago lost the right to ask of her. Turning to check near where he remembered vaguely thinking he had first fallen, he pawed carefully but quickly through the underbrush, shaking his head as he kept coming up with nothing. He couldn't have lost it.....

His savior. A coo, soft, and he snapped his head to the dove. Rising quickly and a little stiffly, he stepped nearer, an audible noise of relief, caught somewhere in his throat between a sigh, a moan, and a grown, left his lips, and a moment later he was gently lifting the wooden instrument delicately from the tangle, finding the bow to it secreted in a tangle of brambles. He hugged it to himself, a hand running over it carefully, finding the lacquer scuffed and in some places chipped at but the wood largely without harm. He didn't know what he would have done if it had been truly lost or broken... it was one of the only things he had of himself, of his entire life and person.

Azure eyes closed in relief, he opened them as the moment of reassured panic abating. He was still holding the instrument tenderly, but his gaze was quick to search and find the dove, distant, almost sad, but beyond all filled with gratefulness. She was already hopping away again, looking back to see if he was following, and this time he was quick to trail after her obediently, a murmur of "Danke..." Leaving his lips quietly, more words seeming to hesitate on the tip of his tongue, uncertain how to be said to fully demonstrate his gratefulness. Perhaps he didn't have a way to at all... how could he? His head low as he pressed the wood of his instrument against him, he stepped carefully after the dove.

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Jani
 Posted: Oct 24 2017, 05:54 PM
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(If you like you can have Judas attempt the befriending now, or if you'd prefer (in order to keep timelines more consistent, since this happened 5ever ago and she hasn't been in any of Judas' threads since) they can part ways here and we can spawn the same Pidove the next time Judas is in the Great Forest. Just let me know what you wanna do~)

Finally.

The Pidove turned back around and began hopping in the direction of the humans' territory once again, now that she was confident that the frail and skittish human was actually following her. The human was equal parts frustrating and intriguing; he was daft and clumsy and trying to take care of him was like trying to care for a child. She could only wonder why "birdbrain" was the insult rather than "manbrain" if they all behaved like he did.

Still, there was a softness there. Combined with the negative traits, it appealed very heavily to her mothering instincts. She wasn't a mother herself, of course, being significantly to young for it, but she was an elder sibling many times over and knew a thing or two about eggs and babies. Not only that, but she had always been curious about humans, and this one in particular seemed to have a depth to him that piqued her interest.

And so she found herself escorting the (somewhat frustratingly and adorably) dimwitted human back to the nest of humans. It wasn't too far, really. There wasn't a clear path for them to follow, but she didn't need one. She'd lived on the outskirts of the human settlement for her entire life; she knew the this edge of the rainforest very well. After no more than perhaps five or ten minutes of slow walking (well, slow for Judas, given his much greater leg length and potential walking speed compared to the hopping bird), the signs of man were clear and common: severed tree trunks, footprints in the mud, the distant sounds of a town at midday. The layers of trees gave way to empty air and allowed the wooden city to come into view, relieving any doubt of where they were.

The Pidove turned and sighed, stepping out of Judas' way to catch her breath and to allow him to pass. If he didn't immediately go on his way, she'd stare at him with those round golden eyes of hers and give a low, stern, coo.


a wild Pidove appeared !
level higher than Surrey ◒ female ◒ ability unknown ◒ HYPNOSIS ◒ #c59697
~85% health. Humans are not bright.

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