"Sharding idiots letting you on the sands." The words escaped him the moment he looked at her. He sat down in the chair beside her and he stroked her hair. It was greasy and oily, something that was going to happen since she wasn't strong enough to full bath yet. But he knew that she was going to get through it. He could feel the look of the chimera on him as he stayed by his daughter, but Sul'tek made a small movement by Surieka's feet to make room for the dragon. "Come, lay beside her, it might help you feel better little one." Lamassuth saw the motions and was about to bite Sul'tek, but calmed when he saw what was going on. He waited a moment before he gently got into the bed with her. Sul'tek looked outside the tent opening and at Basarolth.
To say that the brown cared for the girl was an understatement. Basarolth of course had been there when she was first given to Sul'tek to hold. Of course, he didn't remember all of this, but the memories that he could pick from the rider's mind. But the feeling was there when he saw them. The brown looked out and around the Weyr Yard, hoping to see the dragon he wanted to call, but when he saw no hide of his, he still called.
At the end of his statement, he included a small image of the tent that they were in, of course, even if the image was missed, the brown was still going to be easy to find. Thank you Basa. The brown simply rumbled a happy response while he made himself comfortable outside of the tent.