Well, Tuesday I've got an interview at the store I volunteer at for a 6 month paid position. Should be able to get it as the manager says it is fairly informal and I have been working there on and off for the past few years.
They continued to move up...up...and up still, though Trevor did begin to notice something: these creatures were no longer pursuing them. It seemed like they were scared almost, it seemed strange but then again, this seemed to also reflect general and basic animal pack instincts. Whatever creature was up at the top here was basically the "alpha", and these creatures feared this one's power and position...it just made too much sense.
Nevertheless, reaching the roof there was quite the scene. Broken tables and foreign machinery twisted and broken as they were, along with several chunks missing in the floor...it provided access to see the floors below...also perhaps a possible escape route just in case. Trevor made sure to keep that in mind. But what floored him...was the creature. A massive gorilla...laying on it's side...not paying them any attention.
"It really is like that damn book..." It really is like that damn book...
Both sorcerer and grimoire responded in kind to seeing this creature like this, before the former actually began to investigate it (from a distance mind you). It was large...much larger than the creatures they fought earlier, that much was painfully obvious. It also seemed to be in a loafing mood, maybe even preferred to be simply lazy, given it's general appearance and demeanor.
"Curiouser and curiouser..." Trevor muttered, shifting his position some as he continued to investigate the giant creature. "I can't be sure...but I want to say this beast may be a lazy one." Glancing at the state the roof was in, he sighed some. "I could be wrong, but at the same time, it's strange that this creature hasn't so much as batted an eye or even it's large fists at us for intruding like this. It's baffling..." Still, they had a job to do, as Trevor returned to his original position and looked at Fen. "What do you think, Fen?"
Sit Beside the Fire
The temple was quite one Kitt was surprised with. While the buildings around it seemed ruined, for lack of a better word, this one seemed...in a sense...complete. The only thing touching seemed to be time and time alone. Given how most the other buildings on the island were, he figured this would be the same, but instead...it wasn't. There might've been a slight relief to the Watchdog about this being the case...it could've been a whole lot worse.
Regardless, Kitt entered the temple that resided here on Andalou and saw a young brunette woman at an altar that was most familiar to him...the god of the Hearth...Lar.
“Hello, and welcome. What can I do for you? Which altar is yours?”
The young man simply smiled and pointed in the direction of an altar with a lone blacksmith anvil with tools laid in front of it. "That one specifically, ma'am, as I'm a Watchdog of the Forge Master." he said, before moving slightly in the direction of Lar's altar. "At the same time, I do have some attachment to this one as well..." Kitt watched the small ember that lit the altar of Lar before smiling. A slight sigh escaped his lips as he had his hands shuffling into his pockets now, just seeming to be lost in watching the flickering embers.
I wonder...how are you both doing on Galatea right now...Aiden...Emily... Kitt thought, becoming lost in the thoughts of the beginning of this little journey before ultimately returning back to the present moment. "Apologies...memories were arriving to me." he said clearing his throat. "My name is Kitt Axton, as stated before, I am the Watchdog to Lord Taros. I simply was arriving here to see the state of Andalou's temple...truthfully, I see it's quite in a pristine condition...which is truly impressive."