Requieth sighed and shuffled his wings to get a tad more comfortable. We're their voices of reason. I'd imagine we'd be bored if they suddenly shaped up and started listening to us.
, he mused with a chuckle. The pewter wouldn't trade his rider for anything, but he had to wonder just how different his life would be if T'brek actually listened to reason. He was just so stubborn. Agreed. It really has been to long... I wish Mine was more open with how he feels. He's wanted to stay in better contact, but refused to admit it. He's truly missed Sul'tek as well.
Requieth bobbed his head in agreement as he glanced toward Basarolth. It was good that both of their riders were here now.
T'brek's family and world had expanded quite a bit since coming to Atricis. It had been what, a week? And then he went from his father and brother to hearing that there were a plethora of half siblings. He sort of understood the army of kids as a bronzerider since flights were common enough. Yet T'brek hadn't expected so many in the same place. Was Atricis like some sort of haven for them all? "That's good to hear. I've heard dad's been the Weyrleader for a few turns now and I was a bit concerned."
T'brek, played with the edge of his tunic. Still unsure of just how to handle all this small talk. The mere thought of talking to L'van, cause anxiety to bubble up in his chest. "I do plan to talk to him... at some point. You can hold me to that and I might need you to actually. I've just got to get my head on straight. I've learned so much about our family and I haven't even been at Atricis very long."
T'brek shook his head, wondering if he'd ever be able to get his thoughts in order. Sul'tek's support helped though. He was someone familiar and unchanging as the pweterriders world was being spun on it's head. His brothers next words caused him to pause and think, for a long quiet moment. Igen, who did he know at Igen that Sul'tek would be talking about? Oh, oh! His niece, and his brothers daughter, Surieka was there. T'brek remembered holding her as a tiny little babe. Come to think of it he really hadn't seen her since then. That was so many turns ago, she had to be a young woman by now. "Oh? What sort of news? Good things I hope."
T'brek asked, a tinge of worry coloring his words.