He considered trying to see if his new found sister might like to be shown some of the territories hot spots, but their father had asked him to approach her gently, since he hadn't known how she would take to suddenly being approached like "Hello, I'm your brother though you didn't know that until recently". There was one other person he thought to check with, someone that was almost like a brother to him in a sense, and when he considered the slightly younger man, his face cracked in a wide grin and he chuckled to himself, sitting up and deciding that yes, yes this was the one that he was going to go out and drink with tonight. Iktomith...
Within a matter of moments he knew where A'ric was, and was preparing himself to go out. A bath, fresh clothing suitable for a night out, and all the marks he would need to pay for plenty of drinks for both of them at the nearest Holding of choice. Of course, this was all before even asking if the bronzerider wanted to go, but K'rios knew it was all but guaranteed. He was certain of it at least. A'ric was young, a young father, a young father who was in charge of a Wing with responsibilities that were surely weighing him down heavily. Of course he was going to want a break, and if he didn't, then K'rios would find a way to convince him that he wanted to go out - that or go get enough booze from one of the Holds to have a little party in A'ric's office and get completely shitfaced there all by himself to prove a point.
He heard Iktomith try and ask "What point is that?" but he was ignoring the pewter in favor of heading off to A'ric's office. "Probably tending to paperwork." He laughed, because it was the truth. He wasn't all that different from... L'van.
It didn't make him jealous that A'ric seemed to take after L'van so much. It rather amused K'rios, if he were honest. Even so, the bronzerider needed to take some time off, to get away for a little while from Weyr and duties. Fatherhood, Wingleadership... well, he needed a good drink or six, maybe more, and K'rios knew just the place in the territory to take him to for that. When he reached the bronzerider's office door, he knocked, let himself in without waiting for a response, and leaned his heavy body against the frame while clicking his tongue and shaking his head. "You and my father might as well be twins. I swear, you work as hard as the old man. Don't you ever take a damn break, L'van Junior?"