Chronicles of Rhyl'lyn: Newcomers“Well, that was impressive,” said the twelve-year-old girl with a heavy dose of sarcasm to the large man staring at the closed door in front of them. She shot him a highly unimpressed look. “If only you hadn't told the farmers we were Black Ravens, maybe they would have let us stay the winter.”Chronicles of Rhyl'lyn: Newcomers by Sushi-Troll
The tall bear of a man – though he was still not as large as her father – turned around and regarded his niece with a mix of defeat and annoyance. “Well, if they won't have us as we are, we won't have them as they are. Fie on this farm, I say! A shame upon Northerners, for showing such lack of hospitality!” Just as he'd said about the last five farms they'd stopped by. That was a lot of shame on Northern hospitality.
“Because Black Raven raids couldn't possibly have anything to do with it,” she remarked dryly. Her uncle didn't respond, instead grabbed her and started on the path back to their mounts. Once far enough
Chronicles of Rhyl'lyn: Curious HumansDespite how tired and frozen he'd been, Rhyl'lyn woke up four hours later, fully rested. The curse of being a drow in a house full of humans, especially considering that he didn't know the first thing about cooking should he get hungry. His body's immediate need was the opposite, however, so he fled into the room that Adam had shown him before and emerged from it again a minute later. He looked around for some clean water to wash his hands with, but there was nothing. That was something he'd have to talk to Adam about, or rather, Lilith. Adam seemed pretty useless when it came to domestic affairs.Chronicles of Rhyl'lyn: Curious Humans by Sushi-Troll
He put his shirt on but avoided his boots and cloak as they were still wet. Instead he wrapped the blanket around his shoulders. Four hours would be a long time to wait with nothing to do, and like most drow he didn't have the patience for that. The wind howled even more than when he'd gone to sleep, and a part of him wondered what a snowstorm looked like. There were many sights the surface h