"The worlock is coming," Stormelle opanted after she had flown in. Stormelle then said ,"I have lerned form my excperence with him that he hates white magic let us use it." Ramsey srabled off her wings.
"If the word didn't suck, we' all fall off."-Unknown person.
Zelda nodded. "Go," she said firmly. "I'll stay here. I can't exactly leave yet..." She looked down. "A magical barrier keeps me in." She lowered her ears. "Just come back for me, okay?" she asked meekly. "Come back before they kill me, like they promised they would..." She blinked and looked up at Anocher. "Be swift, and good luck!"
Zelda nodded. "Yes, of course," she said. "Now hurry! Garnet -- I'll see you soon." She gave her friend a big hug before Garnet leapt up to the windowsill and looked around for Adrian. He was a little ways away, still dodging the arrows.
Garnet sighed. "How do we get his attention from all the way over here?"
Adrian shook his head. "No, not in your condition you won't," he said to Briin firmly as he flew, completely oblivious to the fact that they were trying to get out of the dungeon. And in any case, he was listening for a whistle from Anocher to let him know to come. He resumed chatting with Briin. "Just stay still. You'll hurt yourself more if you move." It was a great plan she had, and he knew it - but he wouldn't risk her further injury.
Garnet lowered her ears as she watched Adrian dodging the arrows. She scurried down from the windowsill and over to the door. "This way, then?" she asked. She looked down the incredibly narrow, winding staircase and lowered her ears again. She hated narrow staircases. She almost always tripped and fell down them.