Edward followed along in silence, still wondering at all the magic around here. Even in New Orleans, it wasn't like this. He needed to snap out of it, though. Too much time was being lost, and he could use some new friends.
"Mind if I tag along? I'm a newbie here too, it'd be nice to have something of a guided tour."
"You two already know me." Dawn looked at Hex and grinned. "And yeah: almost everyone is from a famous witch line." Dawn then frowned. "And almost every guy wants me. My magic, I guess, is the reason."
Posted on 2009-04-27 at 03:46:48.
Edited on 2009-04-27 at 03:49:59 by Vampiria
So that was the reason she was so attractive...her charms were more powerful than any hormone Edward had ever heard of. Hex jumped up and made herself comfortable around his neck. Which was good, kept the chill off. So almost everyone is from a fancy purebred line...he'd have to show 'em what the new school could do. So to speak.
"Famous, huh? I'm just a poor country sorceror trying to make my way in the world. Someone's got to represent the new lines. Gotta start somewhere, after all. As for partying...sounds good to me, I finally learned my limits. Mind-altering anything makes us fire wielders a bit...volatile..."
What magic she had said.
"That old black magic that you use so well, of course," he said with a wink.
Posted on 2009-04-27 at 03:55:30.
Edited on 2009-04-27 at 03:56:26 by Fletch
Donald snapped his head up. "I said you do have strong magic." He looked at Edward with a look of oops, and then laughed. "And now I'm out of place. To my knowledge, my brother was the only other person in my family that could use magic. We're from a peasant line in Russia. He was a fire witch. Never really used it, though."
With that, Edward started to let his mind wander to what Dawn would look like without the magic. He tried to use his Third Sight that his mistress had told him about, but he still wasn't powerful enough. Rats, he thought, maybe later.
"Magic or no, you are very pretty," Edward said, "And I don't know about being a celebrity, I've always been the shy one. I don't quite know what to make of this place yet."
He laughed at Donald. It was good to be in company that shared a bit of his sense of humor for once. Not many of the commoners had the same humor of magic.
Posted on 2009-04-27 at 04:02:52.
Edited on 2009-04-27 at 04:04:21 by Fletch