It was a particularly lovely day. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, the grass was green and moved gently in the breeze
It was disgusting. Everything about this place, from the stone walls to the neat and tidy interiors just made the creatures inside broil and squirm. As if the surroundings weren't bad enough, the place just reeked of the other species. How they could stand their own smells was beyond logic.
What was worse, this gods-forsaken elf was probably a terrible choice to wreak havoc in. Sure, the damn woman had a sword, but the possessor could only assume that the gentle, polite elf wouldn't even use it to cut hedges, let alone anything else! Besides, the sword seemed to be in a dormant state and wouldn't have proven to be very useful, even in different hands. Nonetheless, it was the duty of the host to wreak havoc for the students and teachers, and wreak havoc it would damn it!
The elf's robes dragged along the floor as she walked, hands deep in