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Kelor

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  • Nickname
    Kel
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    22
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    Human
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    Coyote
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    Sidhe
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    Solis
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  1. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    The dragon scowled at that. It would be a challenge to fend some off, depending on the interest level of the agent of course, and all the more reason for Judas to take the position quickly. "I think we can all agree that we do not need their company. They have a nasty habit of sticking their noses into others' business. Of course, they will have a mayor and a sheriff to make things...difficult for them. That much is certain." Sure any difficulty from the town could be chalked up to police jurisdiction wars between locals and feds. He hoped, anyways, but he knew there were some more intelligent ones out there who would get suspicious of him. He hoped that it wouldn't come to it at all. "The sooner we clear this scene and make this arrangement official... the sooner we can focus on hunting this... thing." Judas knew they needed to get the news to people like Kristofer, and they needed a story to quell the rumors once it got out through town. People talked around here... @DragonBlue
  2. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    Were there not a destroyed camp and a body in front of them he might have chanced a joke about the pack causing him trouble. It seemed... distasteful given the current scenery. "We have a lot to figure out, let us hope that your estimation of the towns support is true. I do not believe this wendigo will wait for an election." The dragon put his hands into his pockets and took a deep breath. "And at this time, I believe stopping that is our biggest priority." @DragonBlue
  3. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    The pressures of maintaining both his family and the department, while not impossible, were something which Judas had been relieved to let go of back then. He wasn't exactly eager to take it on again. As selfish as the wolf's request may have been it was rooted in preservation. Of his family, his people, a motivation which Judas could only respect. Were the situations reversed he would have made the same request. Anything to protect the family. If he were to be entirely honest even Judas did not want to see their town gutted of it's wolves and blacklisted residents. The dragon had always had a soft spot for the unwanted species. "It is far more likely that any outsider would jump at the chance to you all out." Callian's agreement was accompanied by a defeated sigh. Although a pointed use of the word you instead of them was fully intentional. He knew where Red's priorities lie. "What kind of man would I be to take that chance with my neighbor's lives? You are right, I do not see another option today." It had been a pattern with his life. He knew plenty who would not have such a hard time rolling the dice on the situation, or passing it off to the next guy to avoid the responsibility. Heck, some of his kids would have easily refused with hardly a speck of guilt on the matter. Of course, agreeing left him inheriting this wendigo problem among other things. Preventing this scene, which he made himself turn around to face once more, from happening again was the goal. No matter how unlikely it would be given how quickly and horribly these attacks seemed to go. @DragonBlue
  4. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    Judas opened his mouth to share some of his own candidate ideas, but stopped as Red spoke. The dragon intentionally hesitated to turn and face him. "I should have guessed that I would come up," the light haired man sighed in response. He wasn't sure what to feel, honoured, trapped, a little of both. Red had a point, Callian couldn't deny it. Did he really even want to? "I cannot say you are wrong, but under most circumstances I would hesitate to consider even trying for it. I held that position once, I gave it up." He reminded the wolf, hands on his hips as he looked to him intently. "But all of this..." He looked around the ruined campsite. It made him reconsider his stubborn refusal of power positions in recent years. Red was right, the politics would not be an issue. His family's experience in the area could be invaluable, and that he had once encountered such a creature and survived. The problem was - any refusal on his part would defy logic in favor of pure stubbornness. Selfish stubbornness. And he wasn't sure he wanted to take that route. All they really had to do was convince Kristofer to make the emergency appointment... something that would not take much effort if any. There was no excuse for the dragon to refuse. DragonBlue
  5. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    Judas knew he came across as cold, callous, and unattached. A little too business for the taste of many. It was a necessity in his life, and this moment was no different for Judas than any other business issue. Even if they were standing over the mutilated body of a friend. He could be a friend once they had settled the town's new issue, until then Judas had to do what he could to help keep the town from falling apart, especially in the face of this creature... "A wendigo..." Judas said quietly, rubbing his hand over his hair. "It... sounds like it." He admitted with unease. That had been something he hadn't seen in so many years. Well before Dawnbreak. "We need it filled, with someone who has an understanding. It is not something to play with, I am certain that Kristofer will agree that it is a priority." The white haired man admitted, crossing his arms and looking off into the trees as if he expected the damn thing to come back. DragonBlue
  6. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    Judas looked to the trees above them, but coming to the same conclusions as his fellow officer. Even if a dragon had approached human, there would be damage beyond the body. Judas turned back toward Red with a concerned expression, crossing his arms over his chest with a scowl. "Kristofer mentioned it too. I thought he was being over paranoid, hearing rumors of danger and wanting to protect his new job and all." The dragon admitted. He had heard the rumors. At the station, from family, but he had seen nothing to say it was real or any more than over active imaginations. "I suppose we have been fortunate that it has not found our property." He admitted with a frown as he glanced back toward the gruesome scene another time. "I have only encountered a couple things this vicious, and bold enough to attack the same people twice. We... have a serious problem and no sheriff..." Judas mumbled. DragonBlue
  7. Kelor

    Ravenous Creatures

    Judas had known their sheriff like most residents since his childhood. He'd liked the guy, knew he was the responsible type. Enough that when the time had come he had recommended the man for the position. Which was a compliment in it's own right, given that Judas had been recommending someone to be his own boss. He didn't believe the guy to be the type to just ditch or vanish. It just wasn't in character, even Judas had become concerned after a couple days of no news. He would not have argued against going to help Red, he wasn't exactly easily disturbed. He had seen quite a bit in his long life. But the scene which they came to was not in the least bit what the dragon had expected. Blood sure, but he was expecting some kind of animal attack from.what little second hand information he had. "That is from no animal I have ever seen..." Callian mumbled, his gaze lingering on the scene for a moment longer than Red had managed. He was somewhat glad that his sense of smell was not as good as Red's. He turned around to face him after another moment. "It would be too much of a coincidence to not be him..." He concluded with a soft sigh. A part of him had hoped some other poor soul was their victim, someone he didn't know. That would have made it so much easier. DragonBlue
  8. Kelor

    Not Quite Déjà vu

    "You sound like a normal parent." Judas commented after allowing a moment of silence to settle. "Over thinking everything. It comes with the whole parenting job. I have raised, well, many children. Leave the doors open, they will figure out what they want." He assured him, setting down his empty water glass. "Just be prepared, it will not always be what you want." DragonBlue
  9. Kelor

    Not Quite Déjà vu

    "You want to be the old guy ruining the fun?" Judas chuckled some at that, though his smile faded to seriousness as he looked to his water. "Oh I am sure you two will make great parents, if you put your minds to it. And I can guarantee that the kids will at least once claim that you are killing their fun. Don't rush to get there. But uh... what do you mean better? Better than living in this town?" DragonBlue
  10. Kelor

    Not Quite Déjà vu

    "That means I have succeeded." Judas gave him a shrug, looking over his glass to Seth. "Some day the kids might say the same about you, who knows?" He joked, although he had a feeling that he'd never get to the level that Judas had achieved. In honesty Judas himself probably could have done with some loosening up. "My life and priorities changed out of necessity. I had a role to fill in the family." The dragon gave the slightest shrug. If their family had not been hunted, well, Judas would likely have remained that drunk who played with fire just to spite his father. It was for the better this way. DragonBlue
  11. Kelor

    Sumai No Hajime

    "Well, I did come to see a creature. And you are far too good looking to fit that description." Kristofer reminded her a bit of a grin on his face at the second bit, although the idea that he wanted it to come almost made him laugh. With the smile set on his face the man picked up the cup poured for him. He took in a deep breath of the drink's scent. If only he could say his sole purpose here was to visit and to enjoy the soothing nature of good tea. But the idea had been a little bit of monster hunting. Although the mayor was beginning to remember why he went into politics over his father's chosen path of law enforcement, the more he thought about what the creature showing up would mean. It was the unknown that was the worst, and the man shifted to make himself a little more comfortable. Attempting to hide the unease behind taking a sip of the hot drink. "But, I would not exactly say prefer at this point..." He allowed a little doubt to show through, lowering the cup and his hands as he turned his gaze upon her. He would try to make it worth while anyways. With a little bit of nosiness. "What brings you to our little town, Ms Shiori? I know it wasn't for obscure monster hunting." Kris asked after some pause. He hadn't even quite pieced together a speculative reason. She had money for this beautiful property, a sense for privacy, but she had so easily invited him here. He was curious what story piece she would provide to his question - if anything. Shinju Fujiwara
  12. Kelor

    Memories

    Kristofer looked up with a slight grin. The sound of her giggle said that his mission was accomplished, and a certain lightness of mood had been achieved. Cheering people up may not have been officially part of the job but he found it his personal job in this case. Especially since he had scared her. "You know, just between you and me, sometimes I can't tell the difference." Kris joked. Politics and acting, he certainly had honed his acting skills to get the job. Although it failed him now as he looked at her in skepticism. Like they would forget. The damn fools probably thought she would be just that. Sweet. Understanding. Let them play her along for whatever shallow reason they must have had to feel no urgency to help Nancy. But he supposed he would allow her to fix her own business, rather than sticking his nose into it, and he simply gave a nod to accept her answer. "If anyone causes you trouble..." he started. He wouldn't really do anything beyond making a stink and finding someone to actually do the job for her, but the offer was there. Callian gave the slightest tilt of his head, blue eyes focused on the timid female just trying to determine what else she might have wanted to express. All the while hoping that it was not a question of how he was still looking so great. In fact, hadn't aged a day. He wasn't sure he could come up with an explanation which she would believe, given how thoroughly she seemed to visually examine him. Had he not been so confident in himself, her long examination of him might have caused some self consciousness. "I'm still adjusting, actually. It isn't exactly the same as my previous work." He admitted, watching her cross the garage curiously. He took a moment to examine her workbench as she grabbed the chair. The whole garage seemed to be somewhat of a repair in progress mixed with a residence and it was interesting to say the least. But her invitation to sit stopped him from examining the place too carefully. It would be rude to not take it, and so the man perched himself on the offered folding chair, looking to her again while leaning forward on his elbows. "Oh, sure. Coffee sounds great." Kristofer agreed with a nod and a pleasant smile to her. "So, you are living here on this property?" He asked her. Though be guessed the answer already. He just wasn't exactly shy to ask what was on his mind. Nancy Beckett
  13. Kelor

    Not Quite Déjà vu

    He figured that would catch his partner's interest, and the almost proud smirk that grew upon his face said it was the intent on slipping that little bit of information in. Not that he was ready to admit it to his grandson, but Seth was another story. "Almost burned down the village." Judas clarified with a shake of his head. "A young dragon plus a little too much alcohol... er... far too much alcohol, and some things went up in flames." He gave a shrugging half innocent look at that. "It sounded like a great idea at the time. Not so much the next day. And I think we are lucky that you were not near that bad, and Owen will not be making that mistake either." DragonBlue
  14. Kelor

    Sumai No Hajime

    Kristofer was no fool, his father had raised him to always be prepared. He certainly had a handgun on him, but it was not the purpose in the coat by any means. That was certainly for the cold as he had no problems with his new found friend knowing that he was armed and willing to protect himself. Not that he was defenseless without a weapon like that, but it was a much easier to explain than using any bit of his other skills... "Hmm.." The mayor seemed to consider that. A shame the previous owner had not stuck around to appreciate his handy work. Although it was also possible the repairs had been done for the purposes of sale. Regardless, it was a nice place if one discounted the idea that there was a monster also residing there. "Well, then you can take credit for good taste" He amended his compliment for her as he walked further into the home. It was pleasantly cozy inside, and he allowed a content expression to come over his face as his blue gaze landed on the back windows and view for a moment. The Callian home was set on an expansive property, with access to a lake, but not right against it like this. But he didn't take too long as he felt it rude not to follow her lead. He slipped his coat off of his shoulders, the warmth of the fire enough to make up for his previous discomfort. Now, the flames were a comfort like home. Except he wouldn't be sitting in front of the fire with his father this time. Nor simply reminiscing or recounting the day like Judas seemed to have a habit of doing. This wasn't his home, and so as he sat himself in the offered chair much more delicately than he would have at home. Kristofer's attention was drawn to her hand movements as he sat with his own hands clasped together. The careful attention to every movement had a beauty of it's own that he could only appreciate. "I would not say for nothing, exactly. Nor would I consider this trouble, more... a social visit." He gave a slight shrug to her. He was an optimist of sorts, not to mention wanting to keep on good terms with the fox. At least until he knew more... "Anyways, I would not count on the silence. It may only be a calm before a storm." Ronin_shinju
  15. Kelor

    Memories

    Kristofer gave a chuckle at that. Oh, he wasn't kidding. He'd buy her a new mug. Call it a welcome back to town gift, or something like that. Now he almost had too, for the little laughs later on the subject. The only casualty of her reaction was a mug after all. The mayor set a hand on his chest. "It is a coffee mug I caused the death of." He said, shaking his head though the smile remained on his face as he did. He remained where he was as she cleaned up, though looked around the garage with curiosity as he waited for her. Not much had changed, he noticed, but he supposed that made sense. "Of course, of course. I didn't mean to make you uncomfortable Nancy. I suppose I've gotten too used to all the... proper title use of working in government." Kristofer waved it off. Listening to his father, too, who always seemed to try and be so proper. It was fair though, he had asked her to call him Kris instead of mayor Callian or like titles. The pale man stood up straight as he stepped away from the door frame, remaining comfortable himself but not at all missing that she looked the complete opposite. Now he really felt bad about surprising her though. He couldn't exactly imagine walking into one's business to find some unknown bum sleeping in there. He couldn't say that it would be a pretty scene by the time he was done. The mayor did give a deep scowl though, crossing his arms tightly over his chest at that idea. "Now, what kind of businessman does that? Blowing off a paying customer like that." He scoffed in sincere distaste at that idea. "I can go whip him into shape. Or find you someone else to do it it, I know some people who would be happy for the business." Or, to do it as a favor, he knew Judas could do it. "You shouldn't be living worried about unsavory characters wandering into your property." He told her, not willing to take her 'oh well' response on the subject. It wasn't safe. He didn't like the idea of what some people could do, he'd seen it for himself. Kris released his arms once more though, realizing that perhaps he was jumping too far into her business. It was a protective nature that was characteristic of the family and he had a hard time not doing it. He offered her a gentle smile in apology. "Hi, Nancy. It's good to see you again. I'm glad you're here to fix this place up." He told her, motioning around the garage. Nancy Beckett
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