This is a kind of damsel in distress? Now the deer won’t leave her, let’s see what does John think about it
Oh! The incentive from the voting page says a lot of things!!!
Yes it does. So please vote everyone! 🙂
Any bets he just beats it out of there without even a “thank you”?
I’m not a gambling man but I think you might be on to something. 🙂
Definitely, since we know Thunderhead is behaving in a most undeerlike, frightening fashion.
Did i predict this as well as the deer running away from her out of fear ? :-°
Good call. 😉
I toyed with the idea of Kyri simply watching, standing by in the shadows as the wolves kill the deer. The religions of the Deer and the Wolves perpetuate this predator-prey relationship. Kyri struggles with this dogma but I thought that might be for another story.
Actually you did mention in-story the religious aspect of deers serving as food for wolves, and the fact that Kyri was not born to have any of it. That was part of the narration of her origin story arc, when we got to see her father’s demise. 😉
To me, that wouldn’t seem terribly in-character. She shows obvious issue with this part of her religion multiple times.
Well, those are some convenient Scenery Censorship, of the Godiva Hair variety :p
I know. What are the odds of the hair falling just in the right place… ;P
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