R’le was continuing to make his way around the stalls and such, every once in a while stopping to take a look at the wares. The race time would be diligently informed to him by Quiorith, so he was no longer pressured by worrying about his time. He could actually by something, if required. He had brought marks of course, but nothing as of yet tempted him to part with them. It did not stop him from looking though.
He had just finished a conversation about dragons with a shopkeeper when he came across an area just swimming in firelizards. R’le guessed there was possibly some firelizard eggs available, and decided to try to get one. The woman in charge of them seemed to be chatting with some other customers, so he came from the side so as not to be in their way. He firelizards around seemed to be hers, at least the pink one was. It seemed kinda distressed, perhaps the mother then? He hoped it would not mean that the pink would change her mind and try to get her eggs back. That would be distressing. He returned his attention to the woman instead, trying to follow the conversation. When an opening presented itself, he spoke clearly to the woman in charge. “I don’t suppose you have an egg available still?” R’le smiled hopefully, as if that would guarantee an egg.
Post by sweetlilangel on Sept 12, 2011 7:11:58 GMT -8
Once he had finished with Holtar's hand, Jerston moved on through the stalls. He made his way away from the food area and to the merchants where a stall with firelizard eggs caught his eye. There was already someone talking to the shop owner and he wouldn't want to be rude, so he made his way over, stopping close enough to look over the eggs and make the woman aware of his presence, but far enough away so as not to interrupt.
"Would you like a friend?" He asked Spark, scratching the blue's eyeridges. In response, Spark sent an image of the smallest egg to his bonded.