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тнe oɴce-ler (
2012-07-12 06:40 am (UTC)
[he shakes his head, slowly.]
At first he did. At first...things were pretty good. Not perfect, but good enough. He was...happy. He wasn't wanted anywhere else, especially not in the towns outside of the for-
[he stops short again.
please don't mess this up, please.
No one needed a knight, especially not him. It didn't matter, though; I mean, it did at first, but he started to accept things for what they were - how you could give something your best shot and that would be enough.
[he pauses, blinking abruptly for about a minute like he's just woken up, stirring himself from a deep sleep. or a dream.]
The king taught him that. He... Whether he wanted to admit it or not, he liked him. He could be grumpy and irritating and, and a big fat mooch with a savior complex, but the boy cared. They were friends.
That was around the same time everything changed for good.
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