Basically a song about Lana

posted 2 minutes ago @ 01 Sep 2014
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You’re failed, your Highness.  I am a Jedi, like my father before me.

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"I’m going inside," Lana said when she read the card.

"Let me go with you, Your Grace. The b… wolf is very dangerous." Alf said, but Lana shook her head in denial.

"He suffered too much from military men. My husband is there, he won’t harm me." Alf wanted to protest but Lana was already on her way to the entrance. She walked inside and turned around to show that she was unarmed. She knew that Fenrir was big, but his real size fascinated and frightened her at the same time. Her gaze fell on the scars made by the cursed chains, and she immediately felt sorry for him. She knelt by his side and caressed the side of his neck. She knew she should be afraid of him, but her compassion was stronger. "My poor boy, what have they done to you?"

Loki watched Fenrir and Fenrir watched Lana with the eye closer to her as she bravely approached. Loki gave his son some time in case he wanted to reply, but nothing happened; he simply allowed her small hand to tickle his fur.

"He’s lost the habit of telepathy, but he’ll come back to it." He smiled with relief, looking at his wife and son, then turned to the wolf. "You thought I was coming to punish you."

"Mmmm!" Fenrir gave a soft whine, but enough to resonate through the cave.

Loki reached to pull a thorny bush out of his fur and threw it out.  “I’m here to say I’m sorry, my pup. I should have come to see you earlier, but I did some bad things and I had to uh… spend some time in prison. And then I met my wife.”

Fenrir had closed his eyes to listen, and then, at the end, looked at the new wife with curiosity.

She looked at Fenrir with gaze full of compassion. She wished she had Loki’s healing abilities. She was caressing his thick fur as gently as possible. When he looked at her, she looked into his huge eyes. Fenrir had to feel that her feelings were honest, because he put his nose on her lap like if he wanted to cuddle. She kissed his muzzle, still caressing his fur. “I promise I’ll do anything I can to take those chains off,” she said softly. "Can we do anything for him?" She asked Loki in her mind.

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"As you wish, Your Grace. With your agreement, I’ll keep an eye on Her Royal Highness," the man replied, happy that his prince isn’t going to do anything stupid.

"How far can I go?" Lana asked looking at the entrance of the cave. How could anyone keep any living creature in such place?

"Exactly." Loki laid a hand on Alf’s shoulder.

"This far." Loki stopped and kissed her hand before letting go. "I’ll call you if it’s alright for you to approach him. Don’t worry about me. He’s the suffering one." He glanced at Alf behind them and walked on.

A whine of pain was heard from inside, and the ground vibrated as the wolf stirred in the darkness.

"Fenrir!" Loki called out before going in, slowly, but without fear. Another whine, this time of fear, and more noise, and more vibrations, as the wolf stepped back inside the cave. A few seconds later, Fenrir began to whimper, that sound canines make wither when someone leaves them or comes back to them after a long absence. Gradually his voice came down and then all was still for a while.

Ten minutes after Loki had gone in, a little white sheet of paper fluttered out of the cave and landed on Lana’s hand. Loki’s writing, small letters with long lines for the lower part of the ‘p’ and the upper part of letters like ‘h’.

Puppy happy. I told him you’re coming. Approach the entrance. Without Alf. Fenrir dislikes guards.

The huge black wolf was lying on his stomach. Loki was sitting on his paw and petting the side of his muzzle, which Fenrir had placed conveniently close to him. The paw was as wide as Loki’s bed. The wolf’s eyes were blue and wet, and he was skinny.

"I’m going inside," Lana said when she read the card.

"Let me go with you, Your Grace. The b… wolf is very dangerous." Alf said, but Lana shook her head in denial.

"He suffered too much from military men. My husband is there, he won’t harm me." Alf wanted to protest but Lana was already on her way to the entrance. She walked inside and turned around to show that she was unarmed. She knew that Fenrir was big, but his real size fascinated and frightened her at the same time. Her gaze fell on the scars made by the cursed chains, and she immediately felt sorry for him. She knelt by his side and caressed the side of his neck. She knew she should be afraid of him, but her compassion was stronger. "My poor boy, what have they done to you?"

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My second born Fenris

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My second born Fenris

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Alf wanted to ask why on the seven hells he’d like to visit that wild beast, but said nothing. He was too smart to forget who pushed his promotion. If his prince wanted to go there, it was his job to protect him, not to lecture him. “As you wish, Your Grace.” There was something that bothered him though. Lana, Alf knew that Fenrir could break her in half with a one strike of his paw. Loki was his father, but the princess was a stranger. “My Lord…” he asked when Lana was instructing the servants about the colour of the paint. “Is it wise to take the princess there? He’s tided up, but he may hurt her anyway.”

Loki had a hard time tearing his eyes away from Lana, but finally turned to Alf. “She’ll stay away, I’ll enter the cave alone. Unlike his siblings, Fenrir can’t hurt people from a distance. If he behaves well, I’ll let her come into sight to introduce her.”

After almost an hour’s travel, they landed, and Loki was walking hand in hand with his wife through tall grass and toward a huge cave. “Look at the wind on the bushes in front.” He pointed to the entrance. “His muzzle is close.”

"As you wish, Your Grace. With your agreement, I’ll keep an eye on Her Royal Highness," the man replied, happy that his prince isn’t going to do anything stupid.

"How far can I go?" Lana asked looking at the entrance of the cave. How could anyone keep any living creature in such place?

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"I’m sure he’ll listen to you eventually," she said softly. "When are you leaving to the Light Elves?" It would be hard to sleep alone for those few days. Now she was used to having him by her side, and she didn’t want to resign from this. Yet she had no voice in that matter.

"In a week, for a week. Sol and mother will keep you company," he said sadly, because he knew he was talking nonsense.

"Do you want to take me there on Artemis, or should we use an Asgardian vessel?" He asked when they were ready and leaving. "And I’m thinking about taking Alf with is, just in case."

"Of course I’ll give you a ride, but shouldn’t it be something more… representative? I love my ship, but she doesn’t look very well," She replied as she walked with him holding his hand. "I think so too. I’d feel better knowing that he’s there. I know that the Light Elves are allies, but still. You’re a prince, you should have proper entourage."

"Nnnaw, I like your ship. If you want to polish her or paint her, you’re welcome, but I don’t mind travelling about in it. Her." His walk became a bit more bouncy, for he was feeling almost optimistic. "Oh, I meant take him with us now, to see Fenrir. Come, let’s scoop him away from his boring duties," he said merrily.

"Fenrir?" Alf was walking a bit too slowly, looking awestruck.

Loki patted his back to urge him on. “Yes, but you’ll only hear him from afar.”

Alf wanted to ask why on the seven hells he’d like to visit that wild beast, but said nothing. He was too smart to forget who pushed his promotion. If his prince wanted to go there, it was his job to protect him, not to lecture him. “As you wish, Your Grace.” There was something that bothered him though. Lana, Alf knew that Fenrir could break her in half with a one strike of his paw. Loki was his father, but the princess was a stranger. “My Lord…” he asked when Lana was instructing the servants about the colour of the paint. “Is it wise to take the princess there? He’s tided up, but he may hurt her anyway.”

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