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    #16
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    "Nah, not stab you, just thunk you around a bit." She said with a chuckle. "And I didn't know this was a date, maybe I should have dressed up for it. Though I suppose you already threw yourself down a flight of stairs to get my attention, I should have known." She teased, chuckling a bit before continuing with a wink. "And I think it will be a bit longer then three dates before I let you stab me, you're pretty easy."
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      #17
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      Flash. Bright yellow flames, dancing above his finger, hungry and chaotic, yet held back by an invisible force, caged in the shape of a sphere. A flick of his wrist, and the spell shot forward, describing a beautiful arc in the air before hitting the surface of the lake, exploding in a cloud of steam. Altough he tried to focus on sorting out the mess in his head, Grave couldn't help but start to feel a little bored by the time he finally calmed down, and began to amuse himself by throwing fireballs at the water as he tried to focus on forcing himself to come up with some kind of conclusion. Once he finally began to feel the drain, he realized that he was just stalling and decided to quit it and find something to occupy himself. With a sigh, Cynder stood up and teleported away, returning to the school. As much as he was afraid of the possible consequences of today's mess, he was just too damn bored to keep sitting in one place.
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        #18
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        "Easy on the eyes, maybe," Toring retorted with a grin. "Though it's good to know you don't want to stab me. I guess I can promise to keep scratching and biting to a minum in return," he said in a jesting tone.
        The flash of fire down by the lake caught his eye, and he watched the steam rise. "Guess we're not the only ones shaken by the superior mauling that Ramielle dished out back there," he grumbled and pointed down towards the lake. "Who do you think it is? Grave?"
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          #19
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          "You'd better, a playful nibble from that fat mouth of yours, and I'm likely to lose half my arm." She replies, leaning forward a bit as she notices the flash as well. "Either him or Bibble, and she said she was going to bed. Don't know any of the others that like making flashes visible from this distance. Think we should head back, see what's going on?"
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            #20
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            Toring didn't reply immediately, as he studied a piece of Jess's collarbone that was exposed as she leaned forward and debated if he should engage in a little nibbling right there and then to prove her wrong. Ultimately, though, he decided they weren't at that stage yet. "Yeah, maybe we should get back. Who knows what Delilah told the others. Don't want to start any rumors," he grumbled. The lycan got up and offered Jess a hand.
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              #21
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              Jess grinned, reaching up to take the offered hand, assumedly so the werebear could lift her up and back onto his shoulders. Once settled, she'd plant her hands on his head, and her chin on her hands. "So, what changed? You were one of the ones that took the least prodding to flip out before. Why all the sudden patience?"

              If he started back towards the academy, she'd stop him after a minute or so, takking his head. "Hey, I just thought of something hold up a sec." She's reposition herself on top of him, placing her feet on his shoulders and using one hand and a firm grip on the hair on his head to keep stable. "Alright, start up again, and try to find a nice rythmn. I'll try to to pull so much." She told him, flicking her free hand to produce a blade, which she then tried to sink into a passing tree once he started moving, repeating the process as often as she could manage on the way back. She always wound up hitting the tree she was aiming for, though never quite where she was aiming. She was satisfied enough with her accuracy by the end, however.
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                #22
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                Toring grunted in response to her question. "I've always been patient. It's just that no one warned me about your knife-throwing shenanigans, so I assumed you missed me with that dagger, and not on purpose. So I chased you." He turned his head to look up at her. "You think they'd let me teach anywhere if any spitball would end with a class room full of dead kids?" Well, it would keep the other classes in line, he thought to himself and laughed out as he started to jog after Jess changed her position.
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                  #23
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                  "Heh, I never miss." Jess told him. It would be hard to see given their current arrangement with her in his shoulders, but she ended that statement by sticking her tongue out in disapproval. "They let you teach? I had completely forgotten, which subject again?"
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                    #24
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                    Toring shook his head, albeit not hard enough to shake Jess off. "I'm not a linguistics teacher yet. Maybe someday, if portals haven't killed us all by then. " Up ahead, they could see the silhouette of the university coming closer. Now that Jess had finished her knife throwing session, Toring slowed down a bit. Even for him, running the distance to Dhuvian's Crag and back was a bit taxing. By the time they reached the courtyard, he was walking normally.
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