Huda stood thinking about whether or not to stay while Fajer and Ella went off to talk. By the time the two horses trotted back Huda knew that she would stay as a member of the Damis. So when Fajer asked her if she would like to join she was only to prepared to answer. "Yes, it would be a pleasure to be in this herd." Huda no longer cared for the herd that had put her out and eventually left.
Ella couldn't stop thinking about how exited she was to have one of her friends in the herd with her! She then let Fajer and Emera show her around because she didn't exactly know were everything was yet ether.
Post by Emera - Daughter of the Night on Jul 8, 2006 0:06:45 GMT -5
OOC: keep in mind that every normal day is 3 days in the game... that explains Emera's rapidly growing belly lol ...
Emera watched and sighed with relief at Fajer's words. She knew he himself liked the mare but it was a bit odd and it seemed like there was more to her leaving than just looking for Ella. She pushed those thoughts out of her head as Fajer asked Ella to join him in private. He nuzzled her and turned away towards the tree he had specified not giving her enough time to react. She felt a pang of jealousy wondering why Fajer had taken Ella to the side. Was he asking her what she thought of Huda? Shouldn't that be her he was asking since she was the lead mare? She glared at the two and as they returned Ella seemed slightly happier and Fajer's uneasyness was gone. She had no idea what had passed between the two but she wasn't sure she liked it.
As Fajer invited Huda into the herd she was happy. Not only because it meant the herd was growing but because she no longer had to converse with Ella as much as she did. Although they had made up she still felt some distaste toward the golden palomino. She smiled as Huda accepted the invitation into the herd and her ears perked up as he offered to show her around. Emera wasn't sure she was up for it. Although she could travel she didn't much feel like doing so since her belly had grown. She felt like eating, drinking, and sleeping. She felt tired and her stomach beckoned for more food. The brambles of the desert where not enough to support her and her foals life. She wondered if this had crossed Fajer's mind but she waited to see what would happen.
Ella saw the look in Emeras eyes when she left with Fajer, she hoped Emera didn't think it was an Important conversation she was being left out of. Should she tell her it was nothing, or would Fajer get mad she thought.
Looking over at Emera Huda saw how uncomfortable the pregnant mare looked, deciding that for the sake of the lead the tour would have to wait. Actually, Fajer, I think the tour should wait. smiling at Emera she added There are more important things then showing around a newcomer. Suddenly realizing how thirsty she was Huda stamped at the ground with one of her flints and pushed down till the refreshing liquid gathered in the hole, just as she had seen Fajer moments ago. lowering her head to the water, she drank till her burning thirst was quenched.
Post by Emera - Daughter of the Night on Jul 8, 2006 0:49:02 GMT -5
Emera smiled at Huda's words. How did she seem to know how she felt? She knew they would get along very nicely and gave her a thanking smile. She walked over to her as she began to drink the water and began grooming her withers as a sign of friendship. She liked this grungy looking mare. She seemed sweet and calm just what Emera needed to calm her edgy nerves and keep her patience with Ella in check. Things where settling down now that everyone had decided to get along and Emera needed the calmness. Although she wasn't exactly the welcoming type or the friendly type she was drawn into an unlikely friendship with Huda. This put Huda in a more powerfull position seeing how she had not only the favor of the lead stallion but the lead mare as well. She needed this calmness in the herd until her foal was born. Anger and jealousy seemed to tire her so the calming afect that Huda brought to her was greatly appreciated. She burred her thanks to her and began pawing the ground as well to quinch her thirst it was the hottest part of the day but she would rather be here than in the cold mountains. She hated the cold and thrived in warmer temperatures making her feel very much at home in this baron land.
Yes, Emera, you need to eat, we must go to get green grass from Sun Valley, then we can come and rest here. And I'll tell you in private what I was talking about with Ella, it was nothing a lead mare carrying my youth should worry about/ He said rubbing noses with her.
He turned to Huda, blowing softly from his tender nares, and held out his muzzle to exchange scents with her.