Kh'sol smiled when the shiny firelizard jumped up and took the meat from his hands. Spirited little one. Nice. He held up another piece. She reached up onto her hind legs and grasped his hand with hers and nibbled on the food. Kh'sol winced a bit as her claws held onto his hand. "Good girl," he said, as she removed the rest of that piece from his hands and sat down to quickly eat the rest. She had a beautiful purple sheen over her new, soft hide.
Oh, you got one did you?
She picked, but yeah.
Pretty little one. Though it'll like as not tax your brain to come up with a name for her.
Pft. I've named things.
Oh? Like what? Goatling one, Goatling two...
Hey!... Kh'sol reached to leave the firelizard another piece of food and pet her back. He'd think of a good name. The best name. He'd show Ornoth.
The firelizards has a mind of their own, really. Most of them stayed confined to the kitchens, though at least one of the midnights went out into the bowl to search for something more interesting. A fair number of people found themselves with new friends. Finally the Starlight-Sunset was released and she ambled forward to look at her Sunset-Purple sister. She seemed fun! Any human go enough for her must have the most wondrous of adventures for them. If not, well, she herself was not above leading to something noble and fascinating. So she chirped for food as well.
The hall started to empty of unpaired flitters, and the Crimson and Brick was left after his Brown brother wandered off. He started to speed toward a drudge, before getting scooped up by Shri and herded elsewhere. She wasn’t letting a newbie handle this creature. Maybe she could find someone experienced before he went wild.
It ended well. Dea would have said it had a lack luster ending, but she was pleased for her babies impressing.
The gossipers would have it said that it was still a bad hatching. Not even a since good Green hatched. Weren’t those supposed to be common? A bad omen. But that was just the gossip of the day. Quickly forgotten in the morning light.
Traits: Leads from the front, dislikes routine, active