Post by REGAL MARKOS KNOXX on Aug 4, 2015 22:53:47 GMT -6
The young, and entirely too excitable prince grinned wickedly at the huffing female he was dragging by the forearm, his wings fluttering in a rapid pace that was leaving a thick trail of sparkles in the air - like silver glitter. Regal was stoked. Excited. Beyond delighted. He was back in the mortal realm, spending time with his beloved (and newly crowned queen) little sister who was not nearly as excited about their time together . . . . but he knew he'd get her to see it from his point of view soon enough. After all, who wouldn't want to spend time with him? Note to self: He needed to hunt down Liam some time soon too.
The twenty two year old fae smirked as he dragged his younger sister into the aquarium, his gaze jumping around the people near by - instinctively checking things out the moment the two royals entered a crowded room. He'd enjoy his time with his sister, but he'd also be on high alert the entire time too. He was a Prince of the Fae kingdom. And his sister now ruled it. So, naturally . . . . he had to keep an eye out for trouble that might be searching for them. But he wouldn't let that get him down. He could easily be watchful and fun at the same time.
And so began the event of dragging Caelum from fishy exhibit to fishy exhibit, his gaze sparkling even as she huffed and followed at a more reserved space. This is why he was determined to take her out. It worried him how different the once exuberant girl had been before she'd lost Tremaine Morgan - her demon boyfriend. It was unknown what had happened to him, but Regal doubted he'd ever show up. And he wanted his sister to be happy again - which meant she was about to get spoiled - anything to get that smile back on her face, one way or another . . . . hopefully.
Caelum knew her brother was trying hard, but this wasn't really what she'd have lied. Sure, the fish were cute. Nice. A quite way to get her out and about . . . . but it was also cold, and cut off from the natural world with all the glass and water and steel and concrete. No natural world to wrap it's magic around her. Since becoming Queen her magic had deepened greatly, and even now she was astounded by new tricks, new power limits (or lack there of0, so many new twists to her powers. It was nice . . . . but it was lonely. A single female, a single Queen trying to run a kingdom, be a young adult, find love . . . . . there was a lot expected of her . . . . and while she loved her brother . . . . the aquarium was not having the effect on her that he had hoped for.