Orbited by a shattered moon, the world they were forced to crash-land upon was a savage and arid planet, dominated by deserts, commanded by cliffs and canyons, filled with fallow earth blemished by bare rocky plains. Sa
Kade woke up the next morning to find Ronalds wasn’t in bed. He heard the door open and saw Olson enter the room, who had on similar clothing to what Ronalds was wearing the day before, but the coat and waistcoat were light-green. Kade then saw Olson was holding a box
Olson: “Morning there Kade. The governor woke-up early and had these prepped for you.” He said, then opened the box.
Kade saw it was the same clothing that Olson had on such as the coat, waistcoat, shirt, breeches, cravat, stocking and shoes. The coat and waistcoat were yellow colored.
Kade: “Are these for me?” He asked about the clothes, then Olson nodded.
Olson: “These were Ronalds clothes when he was young. Lets get you ready.” He said with a smile, then Kade got out of bed.
Olson started by swapping out the shirts. The dress shirt Kade had on, had wrist cuffs. He then dressed him in the breeches, then put the stockings on his fe
Kade was at home, getting ready for the ball. He was wearing a dark-blue coat, waistcoat and breeches and his cravat was knotted into a bow. While he was being dressed, Kade thought about how the town had changed in the two years he was gone. He noticed of how they added a blockade of ships to protect the Valley from pirates, along with a fort and that they added a separate dock for air ships. Kade looked at himself in the mirror, with a nervous look.
Ronalds: “Are you ready for tonight?” He asked Kade as he stood behind him.
Kade: “Just a little nervous! One, because I’m attending a ball and two, I’m worried that I’ll make a fool of myself in-front of Serena.” He said, then Ronalds adjusted his cravat.
Ronalds: “I’ve taken you to parties at the hall before.” He said. “You’re going to be great. Just breath, be a respective gentleman and you’ll be fine.” H
During the two years Kade was in the Capital, he mainly focused on his studies. He wrote to Ronalds to tell him of his progress, he even wrote to Serena about how much he missed her. Kade also kept a small journal and wrote of all the things he had done over the years and made some new friends while in the Capital. Kade always thought about Serena, for they grew close over the years he was living in the Valley.
In the valley, Serena took a small job at the Valleys general store. Serena had a talent for painting and drawing, which was a skill she inherited from her parents. One day at the store, Serena was going over the financials, when someone entered the shop.
Serena: “Is there something I can help, you with…” She said as she saw a male light-green snake enter the store, then suddenly recognized him. “Kade!” She said with surprise.
Kade: “Did I surprise you?” He asked, as he took of his h