Kor'Risalth nodded and then watched Amandine hurry off to continue her work. Yawning slightly, the canine sat down among his companions and tilted his gaze heavenward. Jahmut's brilliance was slowly lessening as Rajhillu rose to meet him. A fascinating sight at very least.
The sight that fascinated Kor, sadly didn't do as much to captivate Rothelem. The sleek red male had become bored of staring devotedly at the meeting, and so he rose to his paws and tred to examine the others who had arrived to watch the Eclipse.
Kor'Risalth effected his own little bow, less elegant than Dro's but polite nonetheless.
"A pleasure, Miss Amandine." He smiled now, warming up to the new female, as often happened when the shy began to actually attempt conversing. "The priestess is from your clan? That must be quite an honor."
The ghostly male sat upon his haunches, his strange aura shifting around him as small winds brushed his coat.
"I expected as much... Such an event would indeed allure many."
There was a faint distaste in his words, though from his original withdrawn actions, it wasn't hard to believe he didn't get much social contact outside of his small Clan.
"Yes, we've all come together." He paused momentarily. "Throughout demanding my name, you have yet to tell me yours, Miss."
The tri-winged male tilted his gaze back toward Amandine, as Lotheryn seemed to have become distracted by glaring angrily at the water elemental on the edge of the clearing. He smiled in an airy, charming sort of way.
"I am Droval'Salkier." Here he affected an elegant bow, flaring all three sets of his wings, before raising back to his full height and folding his wings again. "You may call me Dro or any other shortening that so fits you."
The charmingly airy smile remained upon his maw as he motioned to the vain, earth shaman at his left.
"She is Lotheryn, an Earth Shaman." He leaned in confidentially. "Don't bother shortening it, she finds nicknames 'insulting'."
He gaze a perplexed shrug and continued.
"The blue femme with the spirit is Cuivienen, a Summoner specializing in the element of water. You can call her just about anything and she won't mind." He paused again, coughed slightly. "Or is she does, she just doesn't say anything." A half shrug this time and he continued on to the sleek, red male. "And that's Rothelem. He's not an elemental, but Cui believes he's been touched by a fire spirit."
Kor smiled absently at his talkative friend, checking the progress of the eclipse as he did.
(OOC: <3 Yeah, I adore them all. XD So hard to decide a fave out of 'em. XD)
The ghostly male jumped slightly as he was spoken to by the demanding figure, but he seemed to rapidly regain his composure. He held himself like an alpha despite his indecisive air.
"I am Kor'Risalth." He said decided. "Son of Krul." His wispy tail flicked from side to side and his dream like voice seemed to fade and sparkle like the aura around him. "Clan...I don't have one yet, but I will soon."
A bark of feminine laughter sounded behind him.
"Yes, Kor, when will you ban together your band of misfits and give us a name?"
Striding up behind Kor'Risalth was a beautiful green female, her sparkling coat etched with the imprint of leaves and her fairy-like wings flickering absently. Or not-so-absently, if one was well aware of the fact that she was just about as vain a vixen that you could lay eyes upon.
A tolerant sigh slid from the muzzle of a sky blue male walking at the green femme's right.
"Leave off, Lotheryn...He'll decide when he's ready. Just enjoy the eclipse."
He smiled with vague and airy amusement before casting his glance behind him at the final two of their party.
A liquid blue female sat to the side of the clearing, a beautiful water spirit drifting about her crania as she watched a sleek red male gazing up at the beginning of the eclipse. The sleek red male's head was cocked ever so lightly to the side, transfixed by the burning figure of Jhamut in the distance, even though he could not look at him directly.
(Sorry for the long silence, wanted to bring my whole crew in. XP [adores her happy batch of weirdos])
A sparkling, ghost hued male stood on the edge of the clearing where the group had gathered. For a long time he did not move or speak, instead he simply stood and observed the others. Uncertainty was etched upon his every tensed muscle, as if he were quite certain that he should turn the other way and leave.
However, it was the brilliant green male with the four tails who held his attention. Another one like himself perhaps? It appeared that way.
Well, one could only learn so much by simply standing and observing. Quietly he pushed himself away from the wall of trees and made his way into the clearing. Despite his decided confidence, he still moved with a caution that betrayed his confidence and showed that he was not often in the company of others.
Absently he paused aside the reluctant-looking male adored in a lovely leafy coat. A smile just as absent as his movement touched his muzzle.
He murmured, eyes still fixated on the quad-tailed Foxflii before momentarily flickering heavenward where the great Jahmut trod around the earth. Tonight would be an eclipse and he was quite curious to watch the proceedings even if all he had was a seat in an earthy stadium.