You're thinking too much right now, I don't like it. Does it have to do with the conversation you had with Zenjarth's rider earlier? Yes, I still remember that, K'rios. It happened just this morning. My memory lasts for days, not candlemarks. Well, the pewter wasn't wrong. The more he spoke to L'van about his newfound parentage, the more his mind raced with how long it had been kept from him. The man provided no clues as to why it had been held from either one of them for so long, and the letters K'rios held in his possession held no clues either. It was likely to be one of those little mysteries that remained that way for the rest of time.
Running his hand through his hair, he then grabbed a tray and headed for the line to to start gathering food, finding he was hungry with his emotions so awry - Your emotions must always be awry then, given how much you're able to eat, rider.. The frown on his face remained until he spotted a familiar looking head, at which point it turned, and he recognized who it was according to the pretty features attached to it. A smile soon appeared and he finished filling his tray before following after.
Cuith's rider. You've caught Cuith a handful of times. The flights have been... something to remember.
If they were something to remember, then I would remember then, wouldn't I?
K'rios rolled his eyes and carried his tray after the woman, reaching her and smiling when he set it down at her table. "Maleynova, so nice to see you here." It wasn't how they usually met up together, but he refrained from saying such a thing. "Mind if I join you?" Outside, deciding if his rider was going to have fun with a pretty human female, Iktomith was going to have fun with her beautiful green dragon. Cuith, a pleasure as always. I have a wing for you to curl under if you'd like to spend some time with me, my sweet.