Rhelic Windsong is in Teal ---- ---- ---- Feng Gall is in Fire Brick ==== Pictures are in their names ==== Everything was a bustle that seemed so common and ordinary that no one would dare to bat a single eye at it, which was normal as well. One could even dare that if something unusual did happen that again no one in the city would even jump to it. The world was not something that was solely for that of humans, and it wasn't wise to say that it was a neo earth either, rather... it was something perhaps in between them both. Lost in a swirling madness that wasn't controlled but did not require the gentle guiding laws that most would write about or even watch. It was a odd thing to think about in the least. Everyone once in a while the sheer simple complexity of it all rambled across her mind swiftly. Peering out towards the looming skyline of the city, sky scrapers rose in great triumph over them all each housing their own little fractions of life and work while still looking like something that shouldn't really exist. Stirring the straw lazily through the frozen slush that sat melting in her cup, the dark lips were twisted in ways of thought that could rival the expression of frustration. The flicker of phone screen caught her side attention briefly taking note that a blurb of a text message had appeared though she did nothing to go about answering it right at that moment. It might have been important but to her, it wasn't. Rather she tucked her chin into her free palm, sighed heavily and let the long draping silver to gray bangs fall loose into her face. She was hardly one to even bother with putting up the long curtain of hair on a good day, but today it seemed more of a burden than usual. That or her sagely pondering was making it seem more like a pain than it truthfully was, not like she'd ever cut it. Murmurs of the cafe phased in a out of her focus, the hum of ultra light notebooks and the tap and tat of the keyboards played a modern tune that she was accustom too. Again the phone beside her hummed moving slightly on the high rise of her current sitting table, playing the tone that would sometimes get some people's attention; as this time she snorted heavily to pick it up with a sluggish pace. Rubbing her thumb across the screen to see the messages, her dark lips curled upwards with a smirk that borderline amusement and annoyance. It was hardly worth her effort, but then again... perhaps it was. It wasn't like she had much time just to dawdle around, she was an important part of society. She might have quoted the important part if it wouldn't have looked completely weird. The dark grayish blue skin that covered her from head to toe could easily gather attention if it had been on another world but here, being a elf was nothing. Wait scratch that, even being what one would call a dark elf was nothing. But she was far beyond that of a common run of the mill dark elf, in fact she wasn't. Rather her family were one of the few remaining Abyss elves across the great span of the green and blue earthly realm. While abyss certainly held some of the negative tones with it, her family managed one of the shrines in the city, keeping a firm hold of balance. While the world had grown into the ways of advancement and technology, it certainly could not evade away from the simple pilgrim days of spirits. She was the next Thivain- something along the lines of a shaman one may assume for the simple sake- she was hardly up for the droll idea of mandating the four elemental creatures that resided at the shrine. Rubbing her cheek bone some, finger tips gentle smoothed along the black curve of lines that etched over the apples of her face. One would think they were tattoo's when in fact they were not, rather they were a visible sign for another who knew a thing about the world constant need to keep technology and nature in balance, that she was one of those sorts of people. She had been born with them, which deemed her from birth that her life was to be predetermined. Fantastic for her, too bad it didn't choose when she had to go to school or work. Thank goodness the days of school had ended just before the summer months as she was a absolute graduate about to think of college or taking a year off. The insistent buzzing and ring went off again, looking to the screen to see the grouping of exclamation marks on the screen only caused her to roll the unusual bright eyes. Stuffing the phone deep into her jean pockets, Rhelic stood up from her spot in the cafe to gather up her bag. Guess she couldn't put off dawdling anymore, otherwise she might be getting an unwanted escort home. ------ Impatience was nothing but an emotion that told him that he was being tactless while still forcing him to remain where he was. He hated the fact that he had to remain on the grounds of the shrine while others came and went as they pleased. It was like being a prisoner without a warden but the walls around him enforced it that he could not past them. Whatever it was, in the end it was nothing more than a rude tease and laugh! Sitting on the ground, his hands drummed the swept stone absently while he could see from the side vision the elder woman furiously tapping on her phone with a heated expression and a mild curse to whisper over her lips. No doubt trying to wrangle in her younger sibling to returning home. Of course he wasn't allowed to go and get her either, no that would be breaking the rules. She was not ready to be the next in line though she was born into it and he wasn't allowed to be the right hand to her due to her lack of training. So he was nothing more than a stump that happened to eat, sleep and grumble within every breath possible. It had been his own misfortune really, he had been awoken from his stone case far too early - try about ten years too early- and now he was here in the modern age trying to wrap his bird brain around the advances that had happened in the last five hundred years. It had been difficult and frightening at times but... he knew there was a reason for it all. What that was, he had no idea. "Ramisa," he muttered under his breath his brow twitching furiously only to promptly duck his head down into his shoulders avoiding the possible barrage of broom coming to throttle him. "It's not like I can just summon her here, shuddup and be patient Feng." Patience... he was not the patient one. If they wanted the patient they should have awoken the deity of water, not air!