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K'rios was exhausted, but even so he still managed to make his way to the dining hall. He needed to eat, considering he hadn't all day, and if he were honest, he wasn't ready to drop company yet. He was feeling lonely, and he needed company. Iktomith knew that when he was feeling like that it was best not to suggest that the two of them could curl up together, because the pewter was well aware that it didn't always help. In fact, during all of their Turns together, it hadn't worked at all. Thanks for the thought anyway, my boy. I'll be up eventually. I just need some time. Find something pretty to curl up with and I'll see you when I see you. That seemed to please the pewter enough, and he remained quiet for the most part after that.
With papers in hand - he had a few Candidate reports to look over, among other things he wanted to read - K'rios entered the hall and let his feed lead him towards the food tables. He was hungry, and that was becoming more apparent the closer he got to the smells of the things that were set out out. Shit, he should have been more careful about his meals, but with all the new Candidates being brought in as of late, things had been busier than usual, and so he'd been kept in an almost constant rush of work. He was going to have to make sure things were kept on hand in other places, where it was within easy reach, maybe have the new friend he'd recently bonded to trained to bring him things when the hunger struck him or he forgot.
With his papers and hides under his arm, and a large tray of food and drink held in his hands, he looked around for a place to sit. Somewhere near conversation so it felt like he had noise and company around him would be good. Finding somewhere, he started to read in between bites of food, and when his tray was empty, he got up to refill it, not realizing he was quite as hungry as he actually was. Eventually he started to look up, rather than read and write, and he realized he was as much in need of conversation as he was in need of the nearness of people. Perhaps I should have sat near someone after all...