OOC: Svyel, come back! You should go on the quest with me, so I don't have to rp with myself!
::The next morning Morgandy woke to bright sunshine. She was very well rested. Morgandy quickly dressed in travelling garb, for she knew today she would have to leave. A maid soon came in to check on her. "Good, you're up. Did you sleep well? You'll need it for you'll be leaving on your journey today." Morgandy nodded. "Yes, I did sleep well. May I have some food please? Some to eat now and some for the journey? Oh, and have Rode and Irinya left yet? I hope not, for I wish to bid them goodbye." The maid replied, "Yes, I will bring food to you. No, master Rode and miss Irinya have not left yet. They also wanted to bid you farewell." With that, the maid left to fetch the food. She came back nearly twenty minutes later with fresh food to eat now, and packaged food for the journey. "Here you are, miss Morgandy. Oh, and I almost forgot...You have a visitor waiting for you. He came last night and wanted to see you immediately, but we were only being polite in letting you rest first. When you have eaten, I suggest you go and see him, for he seems impatient." Morgandy wondered who this could be. "Did he tell you his name?" The maid replied, "I didn't hear it directly, but it was clear he was a Fae like yourself and I believe he said his name was, Feanin." Morgandy was shocked. Her dear friend and love had followed her here out of worry and concern. She knew she should have bid him farewell before she left, but there had been no time. "I-I will see him, after I eat." The maid nodded and left the room. Morgandy ate and packed hurriedly, anxious to see Feanin. With all her belongings together, Morgandy gave her room one last look and hurried down to the main hall.
There, sitting in a high-backed chair, was Feanin. He looked weary with travel and perhaps little sleep. He had been given fresh clothes, though, for the clothes he wore were not his. He watched passersby with a blank look until...Feanin's eyes grew wide with surprise as he noticed his old friend Morgandy. She looked very different from her usual self. Her light red hair had grown a little, and she wore heavy travel garb with a sword at her belt and a dagger around her calf. Very unusual from her flowing gowns and priceless jewels she wore in their forest home of Bonnyvale. Though somehow, it made her look dignified and strong, and Feanin liked this change.
"Ge bror, Feanin." Morgandy greeted in the old Fae tongue, which meant 'well met'. "It has been long since we've been together, and I regret that. I am sorry if you worried." Feanin looked up at her in concern. "Where have you been, Morgandy? All the Faes have been worried for you, as you know is their instinct to worry for one who has disappeared. I took it upon myself to find you. You couldn't have told anyone where you were going? What is going on?" Morgandy shook her head and began her tale. She explained to him about the crystal, and even told him of her curse. She also explained that their mission was urgent and she had had no time to stop in Bonnyvale to bid everyone farewell. Feanin looked deep in thought. Then he said slowly and quietly, "I never knew of your curse. You never told anyone. I am sorry Morgandy, I didn't know. And you must have been so frightened to tell anyone." At this, he stood up and hugged Morgandy warmly in sympathy. Then he looked at her and smiled. "So, you'll be leaving soon then? I guess you won't want me tagging along then. I'll go back and tell the Faes of what's happened to you." Morgandy shook her head. "No, Feanin. Do not go. If anyone at all I need you the most now. I'll need support and care on this journey, for without you it would be only me and the Druid. He is nice and very wise, but I'll need an old friend as well. Please don't go, Feanin." Feanin looked on her with love and concern. "I will go with you, then." Morgandy smiled. She put her hands in his and told him, "Before we leave I must say goodbye to my friends Rode and Irinya. We have all become close, and I will miss them." With that, Morgandy and Feanin walked off together, hand in hand, to find Rode and Irinya.::