"Hell, what do you think you're doing, boy!? There's no way the three of us can fight our way out of a damn country!" Lyndsey started towards the boy, but checked herself. "If we run they will kill us. If not now than later!" She glanced over at Alan, wondering what he thought of this.
Lyndsey hurried out of the room. She wasn't surprised to find a guard close by. "Come quick, the mageling lost his mind!" she gasped, trying to sound panicked. Men always listened to panicked women. She quickly led him back to the room.
Alan was thrusted back by the blast but the noise had not gone unnoticed. From both sides of the corridors guards came clattering toward them. 'In case you are wondering, Lumino. The punishment for treachery is death.'
Lyndsey brought in her guard after hearing the explosion. Apparently other guards had heard and reacted similarly. "Nonsense, Alan. I'm sure it was a test of some sort," she eyed the boy. He might be useful, someday. "Perhaps Lord Ashton was unsure of our loyalty, and sent the boy to test us. I'd say we passed." She flashed her most charming smile at Alan. It was probably terrifying.
"Try to remember that when it's both of your head's on the chopping block Alan. If you live long enough maybe we will see each other again." Lumino smirked. Then he climbed up out of the hole he had made in the ceiling, listening to the din of the guards below him. Apparently they viewed Alan as the bigger threat then him, go figure. Alan heard, as if from far away, a murmur from the mageling.
"Just like Kenshin, it figures..."
He found himself in the corral of some Wyverns. He wasn't really sure how to fly one, but there was not going to be a better time to learn. He jumped onto one of them, which immediatly took off. Lumino, who was not used to even riding a horse, held on for dear life as the creature flew into the sky.
'Well!? Go after him, you dolts! You think I made that explosion? Don't they teach you people anything?' The guards that weren't send to escort them went into the hole after Lumino. They all had basic training at riding wyverns. Then he walked back to Lyndsey. 'Let's see this Lord Ashton, then.'
ooC: You might want to edit that post some, seeing as lumino left in the post before yours. I can still work with the tail end of yours though.
Lyndsey nodded and turned to the nearest servant. "You heard Sir Alan, take us to Lord Ashton, he must learn of this event," she waited for the servant, then looked back to Alan, wanting him to take the lead. She didn't want any over zealous guard to stab the "traitor" in the back.
the party walked out of the dungeuons all the way to lord Ashtons quarters. They made quite a disturbance, the traitor who had been sentenced to death walking freely through the castle. Alan didn't seem to note the attention in the least.
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Lyndsey smirked. Only Alan could shrug off the gawking stares of an entire military force. Both of them entered the Lord's quarters. "Why, you look surprised to see us," she said, noticing Lord Ashton's glance. She crossed her arms, and smirked. Either it was a test or some fool plan of Lumino's; they'd find out soon enough.
Lyndsey found another chair and sat, resisting the urge to prop her feet up. "Care to tell me why a traitor and his wench have burst into my quarters?" Lord Ashton demanded. He remained standing. Lyndsey closed her eyes, and debated ignoring the lord. "Do you have something to drink? I'm parched?" she asked.
"I'll take something strong," Lyndsey commented. She watched as Lord Ashton waved to servants, who gave the two their requested drinks. "I suppose this has something to do with Lumino?" he asked. he sounded almost bored by the affair. Lyndsey sipped her drink. It was strong enough to burn her throat.