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    In the Wake of Giants

    As Raban spoke about colors, Janine’s smile widened at the mentioning of sunsets and sunrises. She thought the same way - that was, when she had the chance to see them. The colors that painted in the sky always blended with each other, and it was always pretty when the orange and purple streaks...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Janine's eyes widened a little when Raban talked about tulips. "Wait, your favorite flowers are tulips too?" Janine asked in an excited tone. "Oh now nice! Then you won't have any trouble finding them when we get back into town! There's no doubt in my mind that there will be flower booths and...
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    Shifting Ideas [1x1]

    Daggon pushed a box of tissues over to Holly; she took some and wiped her face with a sniffle. She disliked it when she cried in front of others, but this was a situation that was proving to be too overwhelming for her. The idea of doing this by herself was too much to think about. She was...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Spring. Raban liked the springtime? How quaint. She smiled when he explained what he liked about it, thinking about each point he made. She supposed it was true. It did signal the end of the cold times and the beginning of warmer times. The idea of Raban being distracted by the many scents in...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Janine turned to Raban with her pout and sighed. Venus did like her apples. She probably should've brought some to satisfy her and Chestnut while she and Raban went out. "Ugh, fine. I was looking forward to snacking on the - cookies!" Janine suddenly exclaimed. She remembered that she had...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    The wind picked up a little during Janine’s and Raban’s time by pool of water. She shivered a little, remembering that she’d dampened herself several times since Raban’s descent down the waterfall. She hissed a little, wishing that she’d hurry and dry up before anything else happened. As she...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Janine watched Raban as he examined the dead beast. Normally, she would go over and examine it herself, but she was talking, and she didn’t feel like getting up. Perhaps when she got over her little grudge over the beast she’d do it. She noticed him looking at paws and touching the fur, hoping...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Licking fur wasn’t the most enjoyable thing she did in this form, but it was necessary whenever she did it. She was just able to get the taste of blood from her mouth as she licked her paws, but since she was trying to clean blood from her paws, it wasn’t going to go away so easily. She disliked...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Hearing Raban howling alongside her victory roar spurred her to extend it a little longer. A part of her just wanted to get the excess aggression out, and the other part was just thrilled at what she and Raban just went through. The adrenaline rush was strong this time around, but it was...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Janine gasped as she watched this vicious animal pin Raban down, with its tongue wrapped around Raban’s muzzle like rope. What the hell?! When was it able to do that?! Janine panted with newfound panic - the beast was not giving up as quickly as she hoped, and the sight of Raban being in danger...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Janine quickly got up as she watched the feline go after Raban. She snorted irritably, with an air of an emotion that was mixed with amusement and anger as the beast thought it would fare better with Raban than herself. Yeah, like a werewolf would be any easier. The animal probably thought that...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    The strange beast snarled at Janine for interfering with its attempt to have at Raban. No way she’d ever let that happen. She glared at the beast as it paced back and forth, only shifting her head slightly to look at Raban as he told her to keep it back. She nodded - it didn’t have to be said...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    Janine half heard Raban, but she was switching her attention to the scent she was tracking to fully listen. Why did it smell so familiar? Nosing through the bushes, Janine felt all the branches poke and prod at her sides, making her hiss uncomfortably as she moved through. The sunlight signaled...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    It was hard to not feel guilty. All Janine was doing was thinking on her toes, but her choices led to Raban jumping into the river. At least in her mind. Janine hesitated, even as Raban explained why it happened. She looked down with a growling hiss, more to herself than anything. But after he...
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    In the Wake of Giants

    It was worrying, seeing someone going down a waterfall. Janine knew it could’ve been worse, but it was bad enough for her to see Raban down that waterfall by itself. She looked back up the waterfall that thundered down the river water, water dripping down her legs and fur as she stood. She shook...
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