He wasn't one to make people wait at his door, let alone those related to him. So, as normal, he was quick to answer and allow T'brek into the weyr. He couldn't help but smile though at the sight of his brother. It was the one bond that he had had on Igen besides his father. That was the one bond he relied on until his daughter was born. "It is wonderful to see you brother."
Sure, he could have called T'brek by his name, but where was the fun in that? Sul'tek did wonder how his brother's weyr was starting to look though, perhaps he needed to check on that.
The brown looked at T'brek and rumbled a humble greeting before moving over on the ledge to make room for his adopted brother. Requieth wasn't just a friend, no, Basarolth considered the pewter to be his brother, even if they weren't related. It came from being together for so many turns for the two riders, the brother bond seemed to grow onto Basa for the pewter. The brown looked at the pewter as he glided over, greens and blues in his eyes.
Hello Requieth. Make yourself comfortable and don't worry. I think that stubbornness runs in the family. I heard that. I know.
Sul'tek couldn't help but hold back a head shake as the brown rumbled a laugh. "Oh don't worry, even being here for turns, you will still get lost. It happens."
He walked over to the living area and motioned for his brother to come and sit. "Things change, but at least family can be relied on. Speaking of, when was the last time you talked to father?"
Sul'tek was slowly starting to get used to calling L'van father again, but only in private and to those who wouldn't think wrongly of it. He knew his limitations of who he could informally call L'van father.