"I'm alright." she said, heading to the ladder. "Thanks again." she said, looking at him.
"you are welcome." he smiled thinly. how to get her to let him out. the shadows crowded his feet still wanting to play. "it is getting quite dark above, do you need help returning to your home?"
why is the chow chow paired with a lioness toy
((because a chow chow is known as the ‘lion dog’ due to its fur looking like a mane and also it’s superb guarding instinct that ancient china monarchs used them as guard dogs where their name refers to ‘puffy lion dog’))
I have a serious problem.
yes you do, you need more of the seires
Has anyone put together a timeline of when the events of the Elemental Masters series happen in relation to each other? It’s driving me bananas.
I have been trying but a few of them throw me off even with dates in the books.
also still need the last three.
Sophie didn't respond. Only bit her lip and looked at the ladder with relief. She turned to him and gave an uneasy smile. Holding her sketchbook close. "Thanks."
"Of course, may i help you up the ladder?" He asked with a small smile. He was so close ot escaping this time. If he could convince her to let him come with her, she could take him out of his prison.
Sophie stared wide-eyed at him, going back and forth between him and the shadows things. Wondering what the Hell was going on? This can't be real, right? He can't really be-?
the shadows still giggled but pulled back just enough to show the edge of a ladder. Pitch frowned then looked at her.
"They are only children."
Pitch laughed and went over to check on the boy.
"are you alright Howl?" He asked looking concerned. at least the boy had caught himself, the hard marble of the floor would not be a comfortable landing. He smiled and righted the statue.
"Yes I’m alright but I didn’t break it or crack it?" Worrying if he had damaged the chess piece in any ways, buzzing around it then letting out a sigh of relief "I don’t think I broke it, that’s good"
"it is quite fine Howl it will take more than an upset to damage the marble, it has withstood centuries after all." he petted the smooth stone with a strange fondness.
"Now about the game?"
"Yes, his do you play chess?" Howl cocking his head to the side eager to learn the new game Pitch was going to teach him
Pitch smiled and walked among the piece. naming them and telling him how each moved in the board. His passion for the game was quite evident in his tone and motions. petting the pieces lovingly almost waxing poetic.
"And the queen of course is the most valuable piece but the most over used. she can go anywhere and any distance." he looked back a the boy. "any questions?"
Howl listens intently as Pitch explained the game, what the pieces were and how they moved. Stopping at the queen chess piece Howl smiled up at Pitch “No I got it, lets play! I call the white pieces!” Howl zipped over to the side of the broad with the ivory chess piece sat
"very well." Pitch strode to stand by the black king. "White goes first my son."
he smiled and called up swirls of sand so he could move the much heavier marble pieces.
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