Welcome to Dawnbreak, Alevskaya. We are a small fishing and farming community that has long sought to remain in touch with our natural surroundings. It’s a quiet, close knit town for the most part. The locals can be a little rough, but they’re friendly enough once they warm up to you. However, odd things are known to happen around town. Every now and again mutilated corpses crop up near or within the forest, and it isn’t uncommon for citizens to disappear for weeks at a time – if they return at all. Those who do know what’s happening certainly aren’t telling, but rest assured we’ve got everything under control. You’ll do fine here – assuming you don’t cause us any trouble, understood?
- Mayor Elijah Holiday
It wasn't really his favorite thing, but he was from Texas so dancing to get somewhere further for a night was something he'd learned how to do as a teen. And it was always easier with a partner who didn't beat around the bush, made it easier to fall into rhythm and progress.
Alice wasn't the sort to beat around the bush either. Dancing was really just something she enjoyed to do and it got them away from their partners for the time being. It didn't take her long to lean in to whisper in his ear. "Lets ditch our partners and get out of here."
Well maybe being temporarily stuck in this podunk down wasn't going to be a complete bust. Dagonet grinned faintly when she leaned in with the suggestion, nodding once, "Let's go," he murmured in response, following along when she headed for the door.
"I've got 'em," Dagonet nodded as he angled for the rental he and Chuck were splitting while they were in town. He clicked the key-fab to unlock it, circling around to the drivers side - and about ten minutes later they were at the motel while he opened up his room.
Alice noticed he was a little more gentle and aware of her where she didn't actually care so much about being soft or caring. She would have preferred to have been slammed against the wall but she took care to understand maybe he wasn't as rough as she liked and let him lead the way even though she preferred to be the dominant partner.