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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:54 am

"It is a wonderful sight to behold. I think I've come here enough that I sometimes forget the energy that courses through this place so vigorously." Brielle nodded, fascinated by the fact that though this was probably part of his daily routine he still found it an amazing sight to behold. In books of psychology that she had lazily ran through, most people would rather find their usual surroundings boring. Studying his facial expressions and body language she could probably say that he had faith in this place. Who wouldn't though? The King ran it smoothly, which made her proud that her kind of people did something and didn't look like the selfish messes that people expected them to be.

"How many times have you seen this place?" She wasn't surprised that he would ask her this question. She figured that she had it coming, yet that flushing of red on her cheeks showed slight abashed that this was indeed the first time she had seen the place. She collected herself right afterwards though. A twinkle in her eyes telling most people of her fascination to these kind of things yet hinted a slight insecurity detailing her unadventurous side.

"I'd hate to admit it but, this is truly the first time I have ever stepped foot into this bazaar, or into the whole City center to be in fact." She sheepishly said it, yet keeping her tone steady. It took her effort to keep it from shying down, as she usually did. She was amused that she actually said it with uttermost confidence this time instead of her usual timorous self. Her boldness capacity was low and strived on the little that it had. Despite herself, she was able to pull it off for the first time in her Brielle history.

"I'd definitely have to make an effort to visit more often though." She beamed at him, showing off a truly genuine smile. When she said something like that, it meant that she definitely meant it. If Brielle was not one thing, she is definitely not a fake.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sat Sep 18, 2010 3:54 pm

The flushing of Brielle's cheeks made Cassius smile lightly and look away for a second, not wanting her to feel embarrassed or judged by staring at her blushing at the question. Cass sometimes found it hard, when dealing with younger nobility, to discern whether or not a young noble individual was far too mature for his or her age or not mature enough based on his or her upbringing. It would seem that Brielle has an excellent mix of the two from what the knight gathered.

"I'd hate to admit it but, this is truly the first time I have ever stepped foot into this bazaar, or into the whole City center to be in fact. I'd definitely have to make an effort to visit more often though." Cassius met her eyes again and shook his head, furrowing his brow for a second and waving his hand once as a gesture of not worrying about admitting anything.

"Do not worry...I'm sure you will have ample time to mingle with the people of the marketplace in the coming years. I'm just glad that a person of your stature would want to come and associate with those of a lower social class. I apologize if I am crossing a line, but some nobility wish to distance themselves from those considered lower than them." Cassius wasn't sure how Brielle would take that last statement as it could imply that Cass was speaking poorly about other nobles even though he didn't say anything directly. Although his words held some truth; there were nobles who sent servants out to retrieve things from the marketplace so they themselves did not have to "sully" their fancy dresses or coalesce with lower forms of life. And just to lighten the mood a bit with what he said just a moment ago, Cassius gave a half-smile as he spoke.

"Although whenever you do decide to come to this bazaar, if I am available, I would be more than welcome to accompany you to ensure your safety." Even though Brielle did receive permission from the King to come to the marketplace on her own, he felt he needed to offer his protection--not because she was a noble, but because she was a young lady with a bright future, perhaps the sort of future that would be life-altering for the citizens of Kreine. There are very few nobles that Cassius has ever liked once he started talking to them and Brielle was on that short list of nobles.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sat Sep 18, 2010 4:13 pm

"Do not worry...I'm sure you will have ample time to mingle with the people of the marketplace in the coming years. I'm just glad that a person of your stature would want to come and associate with those of a lower social class. I apologize if I am crossing a line, but some nobility wish to distance themselves from those considered lower than them." Her cheeks reddened slightly a bit after hearing what Cassius had said. Her own step-mother, a dear noble woman, hated interacting with people lower than her class. Brielle found it rather repulsive that her kin would think that way, she remembered that her Step-mother was terrible to those who's rank descended in the list of classes. Bearing no personal grudges, she let the issue subside. Whatever her step-mother was telling her about the outdoors wasn't true at all. Bringing up lies and errors that her family member had said pained her on the inside.

"I understand and agree. I know some certain individuals who still follow a cast-system as though it still exists." Putting someone down because of your intolerance for their status was terrible. Brielle spoke icily as she said this, a sweet tone still entagling itself in the vocal pattern. It was a speach twang she couldn't get rid of. Somehow she couldn't sound cold, and ended up sounding a bit bitter-sweet. Perhaps she got it from her naturally sweet persona. She was oblivious to the fact she spoke like that though.

"Although whenever you do decide to come to this bazaar, if I am available, I would be more than welcome to accompany you to ensure your safety" A smile perked up on her face as he said this. He wasn't required to do that, she hadn't even expected him to offer to say so. She recited a small thanksgiving prayer in her mind. It was quick, not more than five seconds long if spoken aloud. It surely wasn't longer than the dogma her mother used to read and recite. She coughed into her hanky, excusing herself after she let the coughs out. She had forgotten she was still a bit ill as the day had went by almost so perfectly.
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"Thank you for your offer. I'll surely be seeing you soon then." She gave him a small nod, her chin tilting down slightly but didn't hit her neck. She coughed once more, before deciding that her immune system would probably not last her any longer. She hadn't eaten lunch and she was already beginning to show signs of sickness that would be fast approaching. Knowing how her body worked, she sighed.

"I would like to explore a bit more, however it appears to be that I'm coming up with the afternoon cough. If it isn't too much trouble, please dear Knight, would you happen to be able to escort me home?" She asked nicely, disappointed that she couldn't tour around a bit more.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Mon Sep 20, 2010 11:34 am

Cassius watched Brielle's cheeks flush after his short monologue about nobility and looking down on lower social classes, taking this cheek flushing as embarrassment--possibly from someone close to her who acts this way. He didn't question the gesture nor did he linger on the subject in case there was a raw emotion that Brielle was dealing with; it was not his intention to put her in a bad place.

"I understand and agree. I know some certain individuals who still follow a cast-system as though it still exists." Cassius could hear the tone in her voice change somewhat, assuming from the distaste of those nobles who function around a caste-system. It was good to hear a noble speak against such things as Cass believed the people were the basis of the Kingdom and had to be protected, not oppressed and looked down upon.

As she coughed, his body language shifted on instinct, as both hands were freed and had moved toward her ever-so-slightly, just in case she would have fallen from not feeling well. Cassius' brow furrowed as she coughed again, wondering about the strength of her health and if she really should be in such a crowdy place that was less than cleanly. He never had to worry about falling ill with any sort of sickness but he had seen sicknesses torture people from the inside and was hoping that whatever was ailing Brielle was not as bad as he thought it was. After Brielle spoke, he moved to her side and offered his one arm for her to take, perhaps to even lean some weight onto him if she needed to.

"I would be more than happy to escort you home, Lady Brielle. How did you arrive in the bazaar? Is your horse nearby?" Cass didn't want to walk all the way back to the castle because of Brielle's health but if she chose to, he would do whatever she wanted.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Wed Sep 22, 2010 10:31 am

"I would be more than happy to escort you home, Lady Brielle. How did you arrive in the bazaar? Is your horse nearby?"

"That's er...a problem. You see, I just planned on spending the day near the castle. I never actually thought that I was going this far. Rodyn and I...we went exploring, and we were led here." She coughed a bit more. This was going awful. She knew she should've brought medication at least, and she had skipped lunch. This was going to be painful for her and she might probably be yelled at by her caretaker or worse... her parents. This wasn't going well. She never had this in mind.

She felt her forehead. To other's it must've been burning, but she was oblivious to that. It felt like normal body temperature to her, but everything else that hit her skin was awfully cold. She was wearing a long-sleeved attire, was she not? It was still different though. One minute everything was fine, the next it wasn't. She probably wasn't paying attention to the signs that slowly crept up until they became noticeable. Was she feeling well a while ago? She could definitely confirm that, but now she wasn't so sure. She wasn't sure if she was just ignoring it.

Perhaps it was the strange meal that had upset her. It was new o her body and she didn't know what was inside. It seemed safe at first, but now, thinking back, it didn't quite give her the feeling it should've given her the first time she thought about it. Her stomach churned and turned as she recalled the meal she had taken. It couldn't have been that, or could it?

She was feeling terrible at this point. She knew they had to make it home fast. She didn't want to faint. She pulled herself together and prayed for the best.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:07 pm

As Brielle coughed again, Cassius closed the distance between himself and her, with his one hand hovering inches behind her back, just in case she were to feel faint and fall backwards--or any direction for that matter. His other hand was held out in front of Brielle for her to take, as he would escort her toward the closest carriage to take her back to the castle immediately. He could see that her body was not reacting the way it was reacting not moments ago, assuming something was wrong at this point. His hand stationed behind her back gently touched her as he spoke, a gesture that he wanted to move forward and will help her do so if she needed it.

"Please, Lady Brielle, let's get you back to the castle immediately. I will escort you there myself if you'll take my hand." As they started to move forward, Cassius made sure that most of his attention was on Brielle, guiding her to one of the busier streets in the bazaar with the intention of finding a carriage. He had seen some pass through earlier and was hoping there was one still hanging out waiting for a higher-paying customer.

As Cassius quietly yelled at a patron to flag down a carriage for him, he turned his attention back to Brielle to make certain she was going to be fine. He didn't know if she had any pre-existing conditions or if this was just exhaustion from being out and about so much, but he wasn't going to leave her in her current state. He felt now might be an appropriate time to help the situation with something that he usually saves for a good rallying speech with his fellow soldiers. He leaned over and made sure that only Brielle could hear him, although he didn't whisper--he just wanted to make sure that no one else received the benefits of the spell he was about to release.

"You're going to be just fine, Lady Brielle. You have the heart of a great person and great people cannot worry about feeling poorly." White magic intertwined itself throughout Cassius' words, magically enhancing them as they fell upon Brielle's ears. The words would effect Brielle in a positive light, giving her a second wind and temporarily strengthening her endurance to fight whatever is ailing her. This spell Cassius usually saves for the battlefield when the army just needs one last strong push to break through the enemy's defenses, but that same spell can benefit Brielle just as well. As they waited for the carriage to arrive, Cassius made sure that he was supporting Brielle just in case she lost her footing.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Fri Sep 24, 2010 6:47 am

"Please, Lady Brielle, let's get you back to the castle immediately. I will escort you there myself if you'll take my hand." Brielle hadn't hesitated. She entrusted her well being to Cassius at that moment, hoping that she wouldn't make a mess in front of him and vomit. He had her in a comfortable yet safe position. She had the strength to stay in the condition she was, her mind was over matter at the moment and her condition wasn't weakening nor was it getting any better. She coughed silently, her blinking was slowing down. At the moment she was feeling a bit confused, as though she had no idea what was happening. Her brain wasn't reacting well, and her body felt as though it wanted to shut down completely.

She could barely make out Cassius yelling at a man to flag down a carriage. The noise was making ringing sounds in her ears. It seemed as though everything was buzzing, around. It seemed as though the world was muted for a second, and then the next everything seemed to ring. Her hearing started to strengthen, yet weaken quite after it did. Her eyesight was getting worse, Everything had turned a shade of yellow or orange, and the world was spinning abnormally as she did so. She had felt these symptoms before, but this time it was a bit worse. She didn't blame the environment she was in, she blamed herself for being so irresponsible.

She closed her eyes, resting for a second. It was difficult for her to try to catch her breath. It hadn't even occurred to her that they had gotten on the carriage She started breathing slowly, taking in deep inhales of oxygen and slowly exhaling the carbon dioxide that was toxic to her lungs. She opened her eyes slowly as she felt Cassius inching a bit closer, she could feel the touch of his breath by her ears.

"You're going to be just fine, Lady Brielle. You have the heart of a great person and great people cannot worry about feeling poorly." He didn't whisper as she had expected him to. Instead, he spoke lowly. She was quite sure she was the only one to be hearing this. Her eyes were wide, as she started to feel better. She wasn't as good as how she felt thirty minutes ago, but she was definitely in a better condition than she was currently. Magic, so this was how it was used. She had practiced as well, but could never find out how to use it on herself. She turned to face Cassius, she spoke softly in a weak voice.

"Thank you."
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sat Sep 25, 2010 8:31 am

Cassius made sure that Brielle was securely seated before the carriage started for the castle. He wasn't sure if it was appropriate or not, but he had her sitting right next to him in the carriage with his arm across her shoulders. Cass made sure not to weigh Brielle's frame down with his arm, only meaning to secure her for the trip so she did not fall forward from the trip. The streets of the bazaar were not the smoothest or kindest streets in Kreine and the carriage groaned and jumped a few times at divots that could hide a small child.

Cassius looked down at Brielle and at this point, wished he had learned some white magic that could remove whatever was ailing a person. Most of the white magic he knew was more appropriate for the battlefield, enhancing his abilities and those around him. He had never chosen to put in the time and patience into learning how to mend and heal wounds but now he was starting to think that perhaps he should. He knew how to field dress some wounds, but in Brielle's case, Cassius could not see what was making her sick, assuming it was something of an internal and more sensitive nature.

Cassius peered out of the carriage window and watched the bazaar's shops become thinner and thinner as the carriage made haste toward the castle. With as much as Cassius paid the driver, you would think the carriage wouldn't grown wings and flown to the their destination. Cassius looked over at Brielle again, her body seemingly so frail when held against his own. At one point, he was fascinated of someone like Brielle and her structure and frailty, never knowing or understanding how one lives such a way; he's always been a hearty person and sicknesses never seem to get the best of him. And yet Cassius was saddened as well--was this something that was going to shorten her lifespan eventually? He was hoping not, seeing much potential in Brielle and the years to come as royalty.

Cassius said nothing the entire trip, and kept checking on their relative distance to the castle by looking outside and mentally taking note of the landmarks. They were close, and Cassius kept leaning over to see Brielle's face, making sure that it had not drained completely of color. Worst case scenario, Cassius would use "that" technique and enter the castle through a stone wall to get to the healers as fast as possible. He wasn't sure the King would forgive such an action but he wasn't going to idly sit by and watch this girl pass into the next world.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sat Sep 25, 2010 9:36 am

The trip was bumpy. Brielle would've normally hated the way the streets were rough—just enough to make her extremely uncomfortable, but at the moment she didn't really care. Her head was throbbing just enough to make her want to puke. At the same time, her stomach ached in a way that she couldn't just puke anything out. She hated the way her body worked, one symptom caused another. She was just too sick, she was scared she might miss the upcoming events. Though she never really minded them, she always did like dressing up for them.

Cassius had her in an okay position. She hadn't even noticed when they got on due to her intolerable pain. She was happy once he said something, a spell perhaps, that let it subside for a few moments. Though it didn't hurt as much, it pained her quite the same. As a child she complained about these things to her doctors and nurses. She's just too frail She remembered they would say. Her father had almost no hope for her as did her mother. She knew they were both glad that she actually had lived though. Her parents had plenty of children that didn't even make it to a day, most died on birth, the others survived only for a few moments.

Brielle was the survivor, though she had grown up weak. With many sicknesses that she was diagnosed with, doctors had wondered just how she ticked. Unidentified sicknesses had entered her, and they had come and go quite normally. She was quite fed up with the way her body just randomly gave out, and the urge to fight made her stronger. Though she failed quite most of the time, and it stressed her body quite horribly, she didn't mind. She was the survivor, she at least should act like one. She was royalty too, and she'd need herself to be kept up in the system.

She had influence on the way things would tick. Her father was a duke, her mother was an ex duchess, and her step-mother was the current one. They had power, they had control. And she was destined to marry into royalty, as what her step-mother kept nagging her about. She closed her eyes, feeling dizzy with motion-sickness. Her hair ruffled as the carriage drove through bumps and cracks on the ground.

She opened her eyes, barely making out the landscape. Seeing the colors quickly rush by, she could almost envision it. They were probably almost hope. She was filled with joy, she could finally take her rest.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sat Sep 25, 2010 9:58 am

As they neared the castle, the carriage began to slow down. Cassius knew the guards would not simply let some rogue carriage run amuck through the castle grounds, readying himself to exit the carriage and quickly speak to the guards so he could take Brielle right up to the front of the castle where she could be given some sort of medical attention. His face was hardened and his body slightly rigid from the situation although his heart was not speeding along and his body movements were not jerky from anxiety; he acted cool and collected despite everything that was going on, which is usually how he acts in the battlefield as well. Cassius slowly slipped his arm away from Brielle so that he could exit the carriage, gently speaking to her as he did so.

"I will be right back. We are almost there, Brielle." Cassius made sure that Brielle wouldn't fall over as soon as he moved away from her, then exited the carriage quickly. Though the walls of the carriage were not thick, only a few muffled sounds could be heard as Cassius spoke to the guards. He knew that they would not hold him up for long, especially since explaining who was in the carriage with her health failing. As Cassius finished his conversation, he grabbed hold of the sides of the carriage and thrust himself back into the horse-driven vehicle, the walls of the carriage groaning as Cassius used his weight against the aging wood. He made sure to sit down next to her once again, smiling slightly, but more so for her benefit if she happened to look up at him when he entered.

As the carriage started off once again on a short ride to the castle's entrance, Cassius started to think about the day's events and how, despite his lack of respect for royalty, he found himself right next to what could possibly be the heir to a larger power when she becomes old enough. She was so young and yet so powerful, having so much weight on her shoulders at her age. He started to think that perhaps her and Cassius were not too much different in terms of their relationship to the people--Brielle seemed like the type of royalty who will do well to protect her people, and that's all Cassius ever did was protect those he is sworn to protect.

Cassius' thoughts were interrupted when the carriage halted quickly. He opened up the door on the side facing the castle, stepping out before turning and offering his hand to Brielle. Servants were being Cassius, wondering who he was and being generally confused at the carriage that had flown up to the front steps as if it was on fire. As the servants would see the weakened Brielle, they would probably rush to her aide, but not until Cassius made sure she was out of the carraige and standing on the ground.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sat Sep 25, 2010 12:05 pm

The carriage slowed down. Her eyes slowly opened, and they were indeed there. She couldn't wait, to rest down onto her lovely large bed. She was thrilled to get under her warm comforter, their cold cotton like material wrapping around her body. She was excited to have her head cushioned by a nice fluffy pillow. And she was indeed hopeful to have a good snack. Moments for pondering had passed by and she could feel Cassius's arm slip away from her and noticed that he was going to exit the carriage.

"I will be right back. We are almost there, Brielle." He said as he escaped the coach. She nodded, weakly. Her heart was pounding as she could hear him talk to the guards. Using her arms for support, she held herself up. She was still feeling rather ill and she didn't exactly like that. Her responding time was slower than it should be, but she tried regaining strength so that once they reached the inside, she'd allow herself to walk towards her room. He finished the chit chat and rushed back inside, sitting next to her once again. This time he had a smile plastered onto his face and Brielle couldn't help but to smile back, although with not so much energy.

The carriage was making it's way to the entrance. It was quite a slow moment, though quick to others. Once you're in this much pain, every second felt like an hour. Brielle knew she should be used to this, but she couldn't help it. She was suffering, every inch of her body was trembling and throbbing with agony and discomfort. She was probably burning a fever as well.

It had stopped though, rather quickly. She felt the motion rush and she was almost carried away if she hadn't had herself supported. Cassius was out of the carriage, and before she knew it, she was out as well. Her legs wobbled, and she forced herself to quit staggering or she'd end up on the floor. She could stand and walk, though each step brought more force to her head.

The servants quickly rushed to aid and assist her. Some looked shocked as they came in, others stopped and stared but eventually joined the small group of attendants that have come to her support. She was feeling stuffed by all the attention but had no strength to fight it off. She looked at Cassius, her eyes looking into his. She gave him silent gratitude.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking Out (cont.) [[Open]]   Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:56 pm

Cassius watched as the servants surrounded her and gave her the attention that she needed. It was almost hard to tell that the servants were actually helping, looking more like they were smothering her. As Cassius stood by the carriage and watched on, he caught Brielle's gaze and nodded slowly in return, a small smile tugging at the corner of his lips. He found one or two servants coming up to him and asking what had happened, giving them a very brief summarization, leaving out anything that would possibly hinder Brielle's noble reputation. All the while talking to the servants, his attention was split as he watched the servants help Brielle into the castle. The servants questioning him immediately followed, and Cassius was left by himself--with the carriage driver, of course.

Cassius felt it wrong to simply wait outside to see if Brielle was okay and seeing as how no one was currently at the front of the castle for him to speak to, he gave the carriage driver directions to his humble abode, glancing at the castle one last time before making his way into the carriage and riding off.
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