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Post by Ngozi on Sun Jun 03, 2018 9:52 pm

Ngozi slowly walking towards where AuSurath was usually watched while Rossa Prasi saw to her duties to watch him. Why was the head of the Nragin going to watch a hatchling? Apparently his sitter was sick or something and couldn’t watch him. So, somehow, the duty fell on the swamp drake. He honestly seemed like the worst choice. He couldn’t really hold a hatchling thanks to his claws and tail-club. He also wasn’t the softest dragon due to his natural armor, so he wasn’t a drake one would want to snuggle. He was also slow. Not good for a quick hatchling. Either way, Ngozi had a job to do, and he would do his best to watch Au.

The drake soon made his way to the place, looking for the tiny by comparison hatchling. He gave curios glances around the area. Ngozi had met Au, so he wasn’t a stranger, but it wasn’t like he head been around the little one that’s much. Now all he had to do was find him.
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Post by AuSurath on Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:28 pm

AuSurath had been told someone was coming to visit while sister Prasi was at work. Who, he was not sure but he also wasn't that curious. He had decided that it was going to be nap o'clock, and napping is what he was currently doing, laying in a little ball on top of a makeshift nest. Being so young, he only had two settings, on or off. He was either sleeping, or running in circles and chasing objects or just plain running to places he should be. He had been told before his sleep that the person would come and bring him to a new area, something to explore. Whether Ngozi knew this or not was not known to little AuSu. When Ngozi did make it into the area AuSu was, he was just waking up, yawning and lifting his little head, cocking it to the side to look at who was coming inside.
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Post by Ngozi on Sun Jun 10, 2018 9:23 am

Ngozi soon spied the little hatchling, giving him a “smile” as he brought his head down to the AuSurath’s level. It was weird for him, dealing with such a tiny dragon. He was use to dealing with fully grown dragons, some larger than himself, and keeping them inline. This usually meant either scaring them, or, occasional, fighting them. He couldn’t do that with a hatchling, especially Prasi’s brother. Either way, he decided it was probably best to speak up.

”Well. It appears I got here just in time.”
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Post by AuSurath on Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:47 pm

Hearing someone enter the area, AuSurath turned his little head to see a big snout come down to him. Usually, giant dragon heads would scare any hatchling after a nap, but inside the Valeterrene's territory and his own napping area, he was invincible! Nothing could get him! Prasi wouldn't allow it! Hearing the guard for his sister speak to him, a sheepish grin formed on the little one's maw, as he giggled lightly. "Gotsees here in tam fo wat meester Ngoozee?" he asked, shaking as he stood up onto his hind legs and placing both front paws on the larger dragon's snout.
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Post by Ngozi on Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:10 pm

Ngozi couldn't help but smile at the little hatchling as he placed his paws on the drake's much larger snout. The Nragin then chuckled before beginning to speak. "Well, I am in time to keep an eye on you, and I was told you may want to go exploring. The larger dragon paused for a second, seeming to think of something, then continued. "I may not be fast, but I do know my way around."
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Post by AuSurath on Wed Jun 20, 2018 4:01 pm

"Expwor? YAY! Advwentur tiem!" AuSurath made no delay in experiencing their adventure, removing his paws from Ngozi's nose as he immediately bolted under the big dragon's head and out the hall. Was he going the right way? Who knew! It was exploring time and exploring time was fun! Without even looking behind him, AuSu would run amock down random halls as he tried to find the exit without his assigned guardian.
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Post by Ngozi on Fri Jun 22, 2018 5:31 am

Ngozi couldn’t help but chuckle at the hatchling’s excitement, but this soon changed to announce as AuSurath darted off. The drake quickly reared on his hind legs and ran after the little dragon. Dang! Why was he already having trouble with this. At first, the larger drake tried running after AuSu, but that wasn’t working. He had to try something el.... The hatchling has no idea where to go! He was just running around the halls. Ngozi then stopped and called out. ”AuSurath! Don’t you want to know where we are going?”
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Post by AuSurath on Mon Jul 02, 2018 3:05 pm

AuSurath was panting and wiggling as he was literally bouncing down the halls, so excited to go on the adventure!  He soon came to a skidding halt as he heard the voice of Ngozi echo through the tunnels, turning to look where the noise was coming from.  Of course, he wanted to know!  Turning around, he scampered back towards the voice and came to a skidding halt, sitting oh so nicely in front of Ngozi with his tail wagging.  "Whar we goin!  Whar we goin!  Tellmehtellmehtellmeh!"
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Post by Ngozi on Mon Jul 02, 2018 4:41 pm

(Sorry for the short post.)

Ngozi couldn’t help but chuckle at AuSurath as he skidded to a halt in front of the large drake. He soon lowered back to his knuckles as he looked at the hatchling. ”We are going to a place in swamps to the south. Somewhere that I am fairly sure you haven’t been.” The heavy dragon then began to lead the way.
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Post by AuSurath on Tue Jul 17, 2018 6:08 pm

Sitting still was definitely a challenge to the young hatchling, especially at the prospect of going out and exploring. As Au heard they were going to go somewhere new, he bolted up and bounced in circles. "Yay!
Lets gooooletsgoletsgoletsgoooooo!
" As the large lumbering Ngozi began to lead the way, Au ran in circles, moving far ahead of Ngozi until he didn't know where to go. He would then proceed to run back and around Ngozi, repeating the process over and over and over, wiggling all excitedly and happily.
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Post by Ngozi on Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:33 am

Ngozi chuckled as he watched the AuSurath run back and forth and looking quite happy. He continued to lead the way for a while, mostly sticking to all fours unless it was just easier to walk on his hind legs. It was a while after they started that a Au should have been able to hear a quiet roaring. It grew louder as they continued, and soon it was as loud as any dragon's call. The large Nragin then pushed through the last bit of woods to reveal the destination to AuSu. A massive waterfall!
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Post by AuSurath on Tue Sep 04, 2018 2:49 pm

AuSurath continued his nonsensical running, weaving between the big dragon's feet as they moved, slowing down surely but slowly as his excess energy was starting to be burned off. When they got closer to the loud noise, Au began to stay behind Ngozi, hiding behind his right hind paw, peering over the side to see what was making the loud noise. Seeing the waterfall, he giggled, "Da wall ees peeing. Whai eet so woudy?"
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Post by Ngozi on Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:38 am

Ngozi couldn't help but chuckle at the hatchling's response to the waterfall. He walked a bit closer before responding to question. "It's not peeing. There's a riving up there that runs off the cliff. The loud noise it's making is just the water falling." He continued to examine the waterfall, wondering what AuSurath would think of next.
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