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    Bibble chose that odd moment to come striding back into the courtyard, most of her anger spent. "All of the notes are destroyed, the machine is inert and useless unless I fix it but if this is really going on we need a plan..." Seeing Ramielle she stopped and stared for a moment, realising she was drunk. Walking over to Grave, her chosen partner in crime it seemed she whispered hurriedly "What is going on, why is she drunk, and what is tha... Just explain, only the details" Looking at everyone assembled with an odd fire in her eyes she tried to puzzle things out and just decided to wait and listen, her ear perked to Grave so she could get the highlight of what she had missed.
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      Grave stared at Bibble for a moment before sighing again. "Professor just returned, as you can see... As to why she's high like a kite, I imagine it's a combination of whatever was in that concoction she apparently drank and getting used to her new... State of being, I suppose." The pyromancer deadpanned, glancing at Ramielle, barely standing even with the halfing's help. "I'm hoping we'll learn more from our honourable guest here..." He added quietly, not willing to speak loudly about the dragon in his presence. "Also, I think we should get professor to bed or something... I think she needs to rest." Probably a bit of an understatement, but Cynder felt that someone had to say it.
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        "Yeah, maybe we should..." The halfling replied in a sour tone, barely holding the larger woman up as she gazed up at the massive dragon beside her without a hint of fear. "Please, tell us why you decided to handicap the best of us, shortly before we leave on a mission to save the planet? I'm ever so curious."
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          Bibble sighed and rubbed her eyes before looking back at the professor. "No, we need to get water and a little food in her first. I'll take care of it but Grave, Keep me informed." Bibble moved to take the professor's hand talking softly and sweetly to the drunk woman and leading her back to Torance Hall. She had something that would get her over everything a little faster and food and water would help even more. But getting the woman to follow her could prove difficult. Hopefully she wouldn't fight her and just go along happily at the promise of some company and a nap.
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            [OOC: Chibi has asked me to post this on her behalf.]

            The Elder Dragon looked down at the assembly, nodded, and was rapidly transformed into a rather wizened old man. He wears plain, patched brown robes and has a long, unkempt gray beard, his green eyes wearily speaking of ages lived. His bearing is frail yet regal.

            Kegor speaks slowly, with a thick yet undeterminable accent. "She is as you see, for now. It is against our ways to explain to outsiders but..." he gives the faintest smile, "no one really questions the boss. Besides, I will be moving on soon."

            The old man looks at the halfling. "It was not my intention to 'cripple' you. She has to go through this. Not only is it in fulfillment of the ancient prophecies, but it is the only way for her to replace me. She must find the end of this quest... as a human."

            "And it's her first time to feel pain, and this hurts. Bad. So we... get her a little drunk." There is a mild level of amusement behind his green eyes.
            "'And what would humans be without love?'
            RARE, said Death." --Terry Pratchett, Sourcery

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              "Will do." Grave nodded to Bibble before looking back at the old dragon, observing the transformation with a little interest. He frowned as he examined the information, silently wishing all the wise old men in the world to be slightly less cryptic when talking. This was probably how they amused themselves - they HAD to know how it irritated young people. "Hold on. I can understand the pain and alcohol part - altough I assure you she's going to have one Hell of a hangover soon, which is probably worse if you ask me - but I think we might need a more detailed explanation." Cynder spoke up, feeling bolder now that Kegor was less imposing (altough to be honest, the amusing little sideshow that was Ramielle's drunk ramblings probably helped). "First of all, what are those prophecies? Second, you're seriously considering her as your replacement?" From what the fire mage could gather, the elder dragon was important... So it was probably one Hell of an honor that awaited the woman. "Not that I have something against it... Just suprised and wondering what exactly you mean here. Third, why must she do this as a human? It doesn't help us, really, seeing as she'll have to get used to being much weaker, among other things. And finally... Are you REALLY sure you didn't overdo it on the alcohol?" Grave finished dryly, crossing his arms over his chest while giving the dragon a deadpan look.
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                The wizened man chuckles indulgently, "I'm the eldest member... she'll be the youngest. As for the rest... you're a smart young man. Figure it out." He bursts into his dragon form, launching himself into the sky with enough force to knock over nearby students.

                "Good luck, kids! We're all counting on you!" He soars off into the distance.
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                RARE, said Death." --Terry Pratchett, Sourcery

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                  "Counting on you, he says." Grave muttered under his breath as he watched the old wyrm fly away, getting up from the ground - he may have underestimated the strenght of the dragon's wings. "Figure it out, he says. Bah." Cynder shook his head before cracking his fingers. "Alright... So what now?" He turned to the rest of the group. "Putting all of the unexpected shit aside, I suppose it's about time we get back to work, I guess... Question is, does anybody have an idea what to do next? We've gone over the library, talked with the otherworlder... Any suggestions? Something we can do on our own here, of course, I don't think we should set off anywhere before professor recovers. I imagine she might have an idea on what to do next..." 'And perhaps she'll share with us where those two dragons from earlier might have come from... They certainly knew her. Possibly related to her father, somehow?'
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                    Promptly, Toring's hand shoots up. "I suggest lunch. Sit down, restore power and talk about the situation." Not to mention that all this running around had made him pretty hungry.
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                      Grave considered the idea for a moment. "I... Guess you've got a point there. Alright, let's get going. Now that I think about it, I'm really hungry right now..." The pyromancer set off, already planning the rest of his day. After lunch he'd probably have to return to the library and try to find some more information before the group had to inevitably leave the university.
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