“I’m so bored!” Chandra sighed, “I wish something exciting would happen!”
“What?” she snapped.
“Well sorry,” she muttered, “It’s not my fault you decided to interrupt my perfectly boring day.” She opened her door and walked down the stairs, “My apologies, Ferick.” She smirked.
“Don’t flatter me,” he snapped.
“Excuse me?” she put her hands on her hips, “I don’t like your tone.”
“I don’t like your attitude. I am allowing you to stay in my house and therefore you will respect me,” he snarled. He was easily three feet wide and the shoulders and twice as tall. His skills with a sword made him feared throughout the plane.
Chandra rolled her eyes, “Whatever,” she turned away and began messing with a ceramic horse statuette, “What did you want anyway?”
“I wanted to tell