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  1. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    He couldn't exactly promise good trouble, but they would get into trouble nonetheless. Laughing lightly at her antics, he shook his head and chuckled. "It's little wolf... And I'm not a kit any more.. Honi will do..." He said, though Honi had to admit there was a smile creeping over his face. "To the desert first thing tomorrow... See if this Lion person worked there as well."
  2. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    He listened to her words as it dawned on him that in his strange way, what his brother wanted for him was coming true. The boop to his nose brought him back to her attention, catching him by surprise and causing him to rear his head back in surprise. He would playfully swat at her afterwards and shake his head while chuckling. "If this is truly his aim, I think I might kill him when I find him.. Sure'y there were easier ways to get me our of the Shroud... Besides.. Doesn't explain why he has been gone for so long with no contact... I'm afraid there is going to be more to this story... There.. There may be trouble... I know you offered your help but..." Honi wasn't sure what else he could say. There was a chance of getting mixed in with some bad people trying to uncover the tail of what happened to his older brother. Would Lyra be up to it? Hell he felt guilty enough accepting her help to begin with but he new with a extra set of eyes, they could accomplished much. Still, he needed to hear she was fine with helping and if she wasn't he wouldn't hold it against her. Hell, he would be relieved in a sense.
  3. Huckebein

    Looking for RP~!

    Hey if you’re up tonite, Honi could always do with more friends.
  4. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    He listened to her tale of how her homeland had been effected by the events five years prior and frowned, pausing in eating his meal to offer a slow nod of his head in understanding. "Trying times indeed... It seems you can see the effects of what happened everywhere... In my own home, the Black Shroud has changed much because of this... Strange creatures appearing.. Huge sections of the forest itself set ablaze... Damn Garlean invaders..." He growled at the mention of what had happened. He returned to his food and decided to push the topic back to his brother. "We... Thought him gone... For five years.. And then I received a parcel from him some months ago... Curious archers attire... Quality armaments and equipment... And a note that said, "These belong to you, I no longer need them. Go and start your adventure..." "He was being cryptic... But it was him sure enough... I need to know why he has been gone for so long... And why he hasn't returned."
  5. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    Thankfully, Honi was no better in terms of eating as he dug into his own meal with equal gusto. The pair shared a more of silence as they chewed before Lyra lobbed a question his way. Besides the food they were working on, Honi silently reminded himself she offered to help in his search so in the least, he should begin to pass on anything he knew. "Yes.. Frequently. he traveled... Well.. Everywhere it seemed." Honi too spoke between mouthfuls before pausing long enough to finish off the large piece of fish he was currently battling from his own kebab. "He often spoke of the adventures he was on.. The sights he was seeing... Never spoke of anything that resembled danger... Which is why it was a shock when he stopped writing. His last letter put him around Carteneau... So.. We naturally assumed the worse..." His last words hung heavy as he spoke of the past great battle, given the fact the devastation associated with it.
  6. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    "Ack!" The startled yelp asked his lips as he was swept up in a hug. His body was instantly rigid, surprised that she had embraced him to the point stood straight and hair on end, fluffing out. The moment of shock lasted but a moment as he tried to wiggle from her surprisingly strong grip and he would go as far as growl. "Unhand me before I bite you!" Seemed to be the best response though it was delivered with a sense of dead pan humor that betrayed the threat. Clearly he was joking, and if he was, that meant he liked Lyra. "I'm so hungry is more like it" He grumbled after she released him and he turned to pay the puzzled merchant before claiming their meal. "Eat up before I eat it all..."
  7. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    His tail wagged happily, moving back and forth as he spied the selection on hang. He was painfully aware of his excitement and her reaction but paid little mind to it. He wore his feelings on his sleeve, and right now he was excited, no shame in that. "No worries sir... I'll have... two of those..." He pointed to the eel "and... three of those!" He moved his attention to a grilled fish kebab that had a mix of thick cuts of fish with mixed vegetables. Seemed like a safe bet for Lyra... Who seemed be stuck in her laughing fit. The merchant went about preparing their meal, decided it best to ignore the pair. "Sure sure... Laugh it up." he said as he turned to her, ear flicking in mock annoyance. "I'm a man who get's excited over food." He said with a grin. This much, was true.
  8. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    Though he seemed to keep a cool demeanor, the second he saw the food available his tail seemed to move on it's own, swaying excitedly. He was a easy ready it appeared. "Not sure what his problem was... I could live like a king with this." Honi waved at the selection at hand. Looks like he wasn't a picky eater either. "So.. What are we having?" He looked to Lyra, a goofy grin given. Yes, Honi was one of those. Someone excited at the prospect of eating. "This fish looks good and fresh... The selection of fruit as well... Ooooh never had anything like that before." He spied what looked like a grilled snake on a skewer. Of course it was a eel but he was none the wiser.
  9. Huckebein

    mateus Join Outer Heaven! Yea! Please.

    That name tho! I thinks I might have to stop by.
  10. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    "... Surprise me...This is your turf so I'll follow your lead, as long as you let me pay.... And then we can talk about this help your offering." He said after a sparing a moment to think over her question. He assumed that alot, if not most, of the cuisine had something to do with seafood, which he was more then happy to partake in. Truth be told, Honi was not a picky eater at all. More importantly, he wanted to see if she had any more ideas about finding his brother. Though he was still forming his opinions on the Hyur, he was beginning to think she was rather sharp. He hadn't anyone to bounce ideas off of so talking to her could prove helpful. Aside from that, he'd be lying if he didn't say he wasn't the least bit curious to find out more about her.
  11. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    "Great minds think alike... I stopped by earlier... No luck... As far as I could tell, there were no Adventures under the name Tocho working in Gridania or here... Managed to charm the guild though... Going to let me look through their records.. Might take sometime but I'm a comb through the Keepers who passed by... In the mean time, it sounds like you had a day... I need some food... I owe you some food... Least a drink... Let's just go some place where someone isn't to quick to make either of us wenches though." Honi pushed himself up from the fountain, turned about and offered a gloved hand. He seemed a world about from the skittish adventurer she had met days before but it seemed his attitude may have changed a big from their first meeting. Regardless, he was offering food and a drink, what could possibly go wrong
  12. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    "Charismatic I suppose is one word that comes to mind. A real charmer and a story teller... He always had grand ideas of leaving the Black Shroud to make a name for himself." Honi said with a faint smile, remembering his older brother. He then shifted uncomfortably and moved on. "He stopped writing to us five years ago... We thought... We assumed he died... We reached out to other Keepers we knew were out here explorer but none could tell us about my brother Tocho... But about a fortnight past, I received a package from him and a note. He left me some fine bard clothing and a note telling me to start my own adventurer and that he didn't need these clothes any more.... So here I am.. Chasing him to see what he's been aware for so long... While also living out my own fantasies of being a adventurer I suppose." And offered a faint shrug as he filled her in on his own reasons for becoming an adventurer.
  13. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    He took her wise words about comedy to heart, hoping to grow from the valuable lesson she imparted. Following her lead, he too would get comfortable against the fountain, though he would have to swing the rather large long bow he toted back from his shoulder to set beside him. The think stood taller then he was truth be told. "I am to find a missing brother who aims not to be found it seems.... Tracks grew cold in Gridania but a clue I uncovered suggested he purchased a ticket upon a airship... Destination..." He didn't finish his sentence, simply spread his arms out before him, showing her it was here his brother traveled to.
  14. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    He found himself moving to take a seat beside her after she welcomed him over, his gaze shifting upwards once more to enjoy the view. "Partly... I was serious about paying you back...You did me a kindness back there and helped me out of a tight spot... Not sure how willing the guards would have been to hear my side of the story... I do have business here though... So.. I'm not entirely a stalker." The last bit was a joke and he hoped she had a sense of humor. He had encounter another Miqo'te recently and his humor seemed to go over her head. That left Honi wondering about his attempts at humor and perhaps he should stop all together. "Sorry... I guess I fall into the would be comedian category as well."
  15. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    "Cat ears...?" He didn't know how to feel about that as he slowly reached up to touch his own ears. It wasn't exactly a insult but then something in her tone of course didn't sit well with him. "Sure am... You mentioned finding you in Limsa Lominsa so.. Here I am... Cat ears and all.. Out of curiosity... What do I call you besides Lyra... Small ears.. No ears? Feisty pirate girl?" He said in a attempt to tease but realized there was a reason why she appeared tense. He thought of her words once more and instantly regretted his need to tease her in some form. "Wait... Did something happened... Did someone call you a drowning wench? Who even talks like that?" There was a measure of concern in his voice. All he planned on was seeking out the person who helped him escape a bad situation with a meal, but it seemed he might be able to help in a different capacity.
  16. Huckebein

    Far From Home

    "It really is amazing..." Honi chimed in as he made his approach, though the Miqo'te's gaze was locked upward, lost to the stars above. The Black Shroud was often plagued with rain and his home with in the forest meant often staring up into the trees canopy. There were moments where he was graced with the beautiful visage of the moon and stars, but nothing could have prepared him for the sights Limsa Lominsa had to offer. The Keeper stopped shy some few feet from her, not wishing to intrude in her moment of relaxation though one could argue he had already. Did her voice carry on the cool night breeze or mayhaps his keen hearing thanks to those cat like ears were the culprit behind him hearing her words. Which ever the case, Honi was there sharing in this moment with her. "Hello... Again.. Hope I am not bother." He offered a small smile in greeting as he finally tore his golden gaze away from the heavens to look to her. Hopefully the warpaint would serve as a anchor for her recalling the Miqo'te she had met and Gridania because his clothing was nothing like what he once more. It seemed he had adopted the Limsa Lominsa look with a open cotton shirt and matching pants, both dyed a dark blue with subtle orange accents. It played well against his natural reddish skin tone. More importantly however was what he was wearing upon his head. Thanks to their chance encounter, Honi took a liking to the head wraps and as such, now sported his own. However he had figured out a way to allow for his ears to poke out allow for comfort as having his ears pinned down grew uncomfortable.
  17. Huckebein

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    ".... I don't know if there is a good kind!" Honi found himself yelling his reply before going on. "But I'll try my best to make sure it's worth it." He waved as she departed, thoughts of finding this eccentric woman who helped him out of trouble already swirling with in his head. That made him instinctively touch his ears, thinking back to the bandana she had offered him moments before. Perhaps he should look into getting his own. He hadn't a chance to see how he looked with hers on, but giving him a opportunity to hide his obvious traits might pay off in the future. Turning about on the heel of his boot to face the adventures guild, he now had a three tasks in front of him. Find a bandana, find the child he had attempted to help earlier, and lastly, look up Limsa Lominsa. All the evidence of his brothers whereabouts lead him to believe that after his time spent in Gridania, his brother headed outward. With the potential of sharing a meal with a fairly interesting person, it seemed like the next place on his long list to visit.
  18. Huckebein

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    The sigh, despite the loud pitter patter of the falling rain, was quite audible and heavy upon his lips as he huddled closer to the tree he hid under. A faint smirk played across his lips as he found himself wishing for the very hat he packed away earlier. The wide brim of the Shire Conservator's hat would had done well to shield him from the elements, yet he found he couldn't quite wear the clothing his brother gifted to him, not yet at least. Instead, he opted for his simple white vest, a common trend among his people it seemed as he noted quite a few Miqo'te adventures donning something similar, if not the same exact one. "If it rains much longer, this entire city will be under water." Honi grumbled as he imagined how wide the rivers must have swelled with the current rain that befell Gridania. It wasn't pouring but the constant rain had dragged on through the bulk of the day and into the night as well, casting the cityscape in a unyielding wet blanket. Now Honi didn't mind rain and in fact, adored water in general. Surprisingly, a good swim or a hot bath were high on his list of things to enjoy. However, given his current situation, he had little love for water at the moment. His right ear would flick in announce as he was pelted with rain, the tree he was under offering little cover truth be told. His bushy black tail moved back and forth as well, swaying impatiently as he watched the the fruit stall he stood opposite of. He had first noticed it a few days ago when he was exiting the Adventurers Guild. Around this hour, a young kid would arrive, moving carefully through the crowds of people along the path and wait for the owner of the fruit stand to becomes distracted. Then he would strike, plucking a loquat with deft hands before vanishing. This time, Honi thought to intervene. If the kid was hungry enough to steal, he imagined he could offer a meal instead. Like clock work, the young Hyur, stalked up ever so carefully. Honi however had years of hunting the Black Shroud under his belt so his own approach was equally, if not more so stealthier then his counterpart. Moving swiftly from his spot under the tree, booted feel carried him along until he stood just behind the youth. He waited until the young thief had the a bundle of Snurbleberries in hand before reaching for his arm. The child yelped and jumped, turning about to offer a fearful look at the Miqo'te who caught him red handed. Now Honi was prepared to calm the child down and offer to get him something but in truth he never made it that far. Moments after reaching and taking hold of the child's arm, an umbrella whacked him over the head. "Ack!" He let out in surprise, turning to look at a well dressed woman standing next to him, a brow furrowed in a furious fashion. "Unhand him you brute!" She ordered. Honi did as instructed and was rewarded with another whack to his head with the umbrella. The young thief snatched up the berries as the vendor was not watching the spectacle before him, as were most people coming out of the Adventures Guild. "I was... Wait.. let me... Ouch.. hey!" Were the only words he could get out in between being assaulted. "He was rough handing that poor child." The woman cried as he flailed her umbrella about. Not one for being in the spot light, Honi backed out and away and then took flight himself, a confused crowd left behind as he sprinted for dear light. And to think, all he wanted to do was help someone in need. That should teach him not to butt in.
  19. Huckebein

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    Honi felt awkward just standing there and so he fell into rhythm, following her beat and aiding with the loading of crates. It seemed liked the natural thing to do, being that the others simply offloaded their burden upon her. "Lyra the Ul'Dah from Limsa Lominsa..." He committed everything she told him to memory by way of repeating. "Lunch... Or dinner..." He said in a low tone as if he was unable to decided. The odd exclamation may have seemed off but he continued. "I'd like to buy you a meal... As thanks."
  20. Huckebein

    Back again and looking for RP, friends, etc!

    Awesome! Hit me up on discord any time, I'm usually on.
  21. Huckebein

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    "Wh... Oh right... Thank you for that... Not many people would stop to help a Miqo'te being chased by guards... Thanks for being the exception." Honi said as he removed the bandanna and instinctively flicked his ears.Having them pressed down was not something he was use to. Handing it back to her, he offered a small smile and a thankful bow of his head. "So... If not from Gridania?" He asked in his own way where she was from. Honi had been sheltered in a sense, having never been out of the Black Shroud and so he found himself extremely curious when encountering new people. There was a whole world out there that he had been missing and he now had a thirst to learn more.
  22. Huckebein

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    Honi was thankful she seemed inclined to help him and didn't bat a lash, simply choosing to play along. Helping her with the crate until she tugged it away and placed it on the wagon, leaving him standing there unsure of what to do next. "I've much to do here still..." He said, unsure if that was a invitation of some sort. "Thank you... For your help though.... Keepers seemed to be tolerated here rather then openly welcomed... I'm sure I'd been able to explain to the guards it was just a misunderstanding, still you saved me from having to do that... I wish I had something to give you... Do you travel to Gridania much? "
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