Time - Early Evening
Location - Dragonrider Pavilion | V'an's Apartment
@Fawkes | V'an
Today, however, was different for the brownrider. She came without the expectation of a meal and good company.
Faranth, I don't think this is going to work, Morath, she sighed to the brown as he wheeled down to land. V'an is going to be angry with me.
the brown huffed back.
Revanne could not bring herself to entirely believe her brown, not when her success as a mother hung on the line. After the fight Faveonn got into back in the Benden Creche, Revanne was certain she had failed her daughter. Faveonn blamed J'lek, but Revanne blamed herself and how she selfishly raised the child. For the entirety of the brownrider's life, her choices as a mother circled around her own needs and desires. She dismissed Faveonn's agency, for the girl had only lived as a child, ignorant and innocent in the ways of the world. After the fight in the creche, however, something changed in the girl. She had become more determined and unforgiving of those who wronged her. When chided by her own mother, who told her daughter to apologise, Faveonn refused, and then turned on her own mother. Her question was no longer sweet and innocent. Instead, she lashed out and demanded answers once and for all, pressing her mother to finally give her the name of the man who fathered her. It was only when she finally told Faveonn the truth about the man that Revanne realised she had never once considered the needs of her own daughter. Withholding the truth and forcing the girl to accept J'lek as a step-father had caused nothing but lasting damage.
And now, Faveonn threatened to leave Benden Weyr, with or without her own mother's consent.
"I'm going to see my father, my real father, and you are not going to stop me!"
Helpless in the face of her own daughter's wilfulness, Revanne found her way to V'an's door, and knocked upon it in defeat. When she finally saw his face, she appeared visibly distraught. "V'an, I think I made a mistake," she opened to her brother. It was her plea for help.