Redbird's Storytime

We stroll into the meeting room to find our queen, Liliana Kelsalor, sitting on the floor with a very large, dark green elven dog. She looks up at us as we enter, a huge smile on her face along with a lot of laughter.

“I see you found our wandering Elder, Jharyn!”

“Yes my Queen. And I see you have found someone as well?” He waves a hand at the creature splayed on its back as Lily rubbed its belly.

“Jhaan! What ARE you doing here?” I exclaimed, staring at my furry companion, sprawled on the floor like a cub.

<<Spending some time with our queen. Not like you were around!>> His gruff voice comes into my head, sounding a bit snarly.

<<I was out on business and you know that. Now get off the floor and stop acting like a cub. You are so much more dignified than…

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