The Guardian of The Forest
Dead to pines (Closed RP with ask-the-tree-guard)

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The treeguard was just wandering his forest like he should, glad that he was able to be in his normal leafy self instead of the human shape he had been stuck as for so long. Needing to go through a small clearing it saw a pack of sleeping hounds on the ground not so far away, not really wanting to bother as that would just be a waste of time. But it didn’t take it long before it spotted the human who hid up in the tree surrounded by the smaller beasts, it’s hollow eyes at him with an small tilt of it’s head in light confusion at first. A human up in a tree with hounds sleeping by it’s foot? Poor man…

Oh great a fucking tree guard, William thought the situation he was in couldn’t get any worse but he knew that wan’t true , things could always get much worse, especially on this island. Now he just needed to figure out a way to get the hounds out from under the tree without waking them up, but how?

There went a short moment where the tall tree just stood and thought, his human feelings and mind still in there somewhere. It did seem like he really had some bad luck there, giving a low slow rumble from within his chest before strecthing out his arm to the human. Spreading out his claws with the paw upwards, hoping that he could at least understand what he meant by this gesture.

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The woman sighed after putting her bowl down, holding her shoulders. The summer was finally starting to end and a cold breeze was welcomed with a smile.

She looked at the man, sharing his sorrow at another level. Whitney moved closer to him, turning her body to give him a squeezy hug for comfort.

The guard was a little surprised but didn’t react so strongly on it, rather laying his arms around the woman to both show his gratitude and understanding. Drying his eyes off with another swipe of his sleeve, yet the hug did seem to calm him a tad down.

But his chest still hurt and ached, his heart so very heavy he thought he wouldn’t be able to stand anylonger. His love was gone now, no where to be found…

She listened to his heart, hearing it beat and beat away as she calmed down herself. That reminded her.

"I forgive you for that before…" Whitney muttered, looking up at the man. 

"….you…. …you do…?" He looked down at her slowly but slightly lightened, giving the sister thief a warm hug in response. "…thank you….." His voice was a bit low even if his guilt was gone from his chest, for a new pain roamed there instead. Loss was never easy on anyone, not even him.

Keeping the woman close for what comfort she gave him, happy to have her as his friend once again after his mistake.

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Whitney sat down beside him after the food was done, handing him a bowl of the vegetables before starting to eat her own bit.

He had taking the bowl yet he didn’t start eating, looking down in it with tired eyes. He didn’t feel hungry anymore, or just he didn’t want to eat for a time. Putting the bowl away from himself before just being there, looking down at the ground as he calmed his breath. His chest hurt so much he might break, but he wouldn’t let it show.

The woman sighed after putting her bowl down, holding her shoulders. The summer was finally starting to end and a cold breeze was welcomed with a smile.

She looked at the man, sharing his sorrow at another level. Whitney moved closer to him, turning her body to give him a squeezy hug for comfort.

The guard was a little surprised but didn’t react so strongly on it, rather laying his arms around the woman to both show his gratitude and understanding. Drying his eyes off with another swipe of his sleeve, yet the hug did seem to calm him a tad down.

But his chest still hurt and ached, his heart so very heavy he thought he wouldn’t be able to stand anylonger. His love was gone now, no where to be found…

Dead to pines (Closed RP with ask-the-tree-guard)

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William awoke with a start, “Aw hell” he mumbled to himself, somehow he had woken up in a tree, why was he up here again? Looking down gave him the answer, there was an entire pack of sleeping hounds right below him, “Aw, shit”, how was he going to get down from here? He certainly wan’t going to take his chances with the hounds, suddenly, a nearby sound of trees rustling came from the clearing nearby, what the hell was making that sound?

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The treeguard was just wandering his forest like he should, glad that he was able to be in his normal leafy self instead of the human shape he had been stuck as for so long. Needing to go through a small clearing it saw a pack of sleeping hounds on the ground not so far away, not really wanting to bother as that would just be a waste of time. But it didn’t take it long before it spotted the human who hid up in the tree surrounded by the smaller beasts, it’s hollow eyes at him with an small tilt of it’s head in light confusion at first. A human up in a tree with hounds sleeping by it’s foot? Poor man…

Burning Away My Troubles((Closed RP with Ask-the-Tree-Guard))

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The guard was pleased to see how the man worked, no trouble at all and for once feeling more relaxed even if he had stressed it lately. He was doing his job as he should, and he had made a human cooperate without much effert. Truely a work well done, for once… But that was that, watching over the man to make sure he didn’t do anything stupid.

Standing with crossed arms he didn’t really move out of his place, thinking that this human must have some kind of understanding of this or that he did this for his own deed. Whatever the case it worked, sighing quietly for himself. No trouble, no time wasted on nothing.

Once Octavius done his exhaustion caught up with him. His legs gave out and now he was sitting on the ground, panting slowly. He still wasn’t used to all this hard work…

He didn’t like working like this but there wasn’t much he could do. Not while he was here. It was work or die here. But he was starting to wonder if he’d die from exhaustion.

He tilted his head lightly at the human, knowing that this work much be tiring as there had been much damage to make up for. Slowly walking over to the man with slightly wary steps, looking at him more relaxed and calmed by how well he had done his work. 

Well he seemed to be pretty good person so far, having either argued or fought back with doing this job. He would pat him on the shoulder if it wasn’t because he knew it would be an odd thing to do when humans just met, or that was how he would picture it at least.

Burning Away My Troubles((Closed RP with Ask-the-Tree-Guard))

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He still had to watch over him, but was internally glad to see that this man knew what to do even with him not having to tell him. No need for argueing or any sort of fight, just doing what should be done after such incidents happened.

And he was rather happy for it too, having to use energy on fighting wasn’t his thing either. He would rather keep it nice and quiet, no need for yelling or hurtful words if that was the case. But that they needed to learn that giving out such damage to the forest would never be the right answer, neither if they had their own problems or just over did it like some others.

Not really saying a word as he watched over the other, looking a bit serious as this was a really serious matter too. But it was being taking care of and that was good enough for him, no need to do it the other way of doing his duty.

Octavius started to dig out the stumps one by one, ignoring his sore muscles from the work before. Winter would be here soon, he’d need the wood to keep warm. It’d take him quite some time before he’d cleared out the area. And it was.

He spent over an hour—maybe it was two?—digging up the stumps and stacking the wood. He’d transport it all once his pack was emptied of the pine cones. That would probably take half the time digging did. Cutting out the roots was the hardest part of it and he had to take his jacket off and roll up his sleeves. All this hard work was making him sweat.

Once the area was cleared he grabbed his pack and opened it, starting to plant each pine cone. One. By one.

The guard was pleased to see how the man worked, no trouble at all and for once feeling more relaxed even if he had stressed it lately. He was doing his job as he should, and he had made a human cooperate without much effert. Truely a work well done, for once… But that was that, watching over the man to make sure he didn’t do anything stupid.

Standing with crossed arms he didn’t really move out of his place, thinking that this human must have some kind of understanding of this or that he did this for his own deed. Whatever the case it worked, sighing quietly for himself. No trouble, no time wasted on nothing.

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He recognized the figure in front of him. The sight of him filled him with rage, added to whatever anger this form was fueled by. This guy....he claimed to be one of these tree monsters. But what did he know!? He wasn't stuck in this form like he was! He roared and stomped towards him, slowly, but getting used to the trunk-like legs.

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The sudden roar and the feeling of big footsteeps made him flinch in his place, turning his head in the direction of where he had heard it come from. What on earth..!? His jaw almost dropped as he saw the massive creature, both from shock and wonder. It couldn’t be…. He had to take a few steps back, his eyes locked on the montrous beast. It was a treeguard, but not of his own kind and this one looked rather angry but… He hadn’t done anything. 

Not only that, it seemed just so much out of place. It didn’t belong here in his forest, where ever it had come from this wasn’t it’s home for sure. But yet he didn’t try to run yet, but keep his distance as he saw it approach. What kind of guard attacked without warning? He hadn’t done anything to anger it, narrowing his eyes at it. It did look pretty mad, especially at him. But for what reason!?

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The evergreen growled with irritation at first but then surpirse by the sudden hit to his side, but he was much quicker and better at finding and keeping his balance as he managed to take a step back. He knew this body in and out, stepping forth again with both clawed paws in front of him ready for his next move. And then gave the other a big strong push, attempting to tip him back to he would fall unto his back. If there was one thing he knew of all guards, it was that being on their back was the worst. It would take too long to try and get up once you were down, roaring as he pushed the other tall guardian.

 That was it, the weak spot. Not being used to how this new body was balanced, it was easy to push him over as he tried once again to attack the other. He felt it, slowly, slowly, tipping too far. 
 He fell with a CRASH on to the ground, and let out an angry yell. He blindly swung one of his branches and hit a couple trees nearby, bending and snapping them in his clumsy anger. 

He still managed to damage the forest!? The tell treeguard grolwed rather pissed off now, taking a few steps closer before he leaned a bit over the other guard. Leering down at him with his hollow eyes even if they didn’t really tell of any emotion, a deep rumble from within it’s chest strongly. He had had enough of this creature, even if he was some kind of guard he didn’t belong here nor did he seem to know what he was doing.

Growling irritated as he looked down at the other, sneering at him annoyed. “…..you don’t be long here…." His voice was been and strong, but very very slow. Much different from his human voice it almost made the ground shake, keeping his distance so he wouldn’t be hit by the other if he tried.

((Wtf it’s like 9 am here and people are yelling outside guys shut the fuck up there’s breakfast in an hour Jesus Chrustie.))

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The camp was still a dump, the woman sighing at the sight as she entered with the guard. She let go of his hand and opened the icebox, taking the ratatouille from yesterday and putting it to re-heat by the newly lit fire.

The guard naturally found a place by the fire even if it would make him feel even more unease, sitting down with a small bump on the ground rather on the logs. Not even bothering keeping his legs close, just sitting saddened while he mourned over their loss. Sniffing some while he attempted to whipe away the tears from his face, having never liked crying.

Whitney sat down beside him after the food was done, handing him a bowl of the vegetables before starting to eat her own bit.

He had taking the bowl yet he didn’t start eating, looking down in it with tired eyes. He didn’t feel hungry anymore, or just he didn’t want to eat for a time. Putting the bowl away from himself before just being there, looking down at the ground as he calmed his breath. His chest hurt so much he might break, but he wouldn’t let it show.

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"Follow me…" She took his hand and began leading the way home. She couldn’t just leave a mourning man out here, who knew what could happen. Besides, she craved company and a moment to properly forgive the man.

He followed her without questioning it, feeling that it did help a tiny bit by her holding his hand even if his shacked lightly. Keeping his head down while the tears just rolled down his cheeks, trying to take in the thought. His beloved thief was gone, He would be back at somepoint but still. He was no more, not here… His chest ached more painfully, still keeping his calm the best he could.

The camp was still a dump, the woman sighing at the sight as she entered with the guard. She let go of his hand and opened the icebox, taking the ratatouille from yesterday and putting it to re-heat by the newly lit fire.

The guard naturally found a place by the fire even if it would make him feel even more unease, sitting down with a small bump on the ground rather on the logs. Not even bothering keeping his legs close, just sitting saddened while he mourned over their loss. Sniffing some while he attempted to whipe away the tears from his face, having never liked crying.

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"But a friend’s sister told me something vital…" She wiped a tear away from the corner of her eye. "No one stays dead out here… He should come back in sometime… I hope…"

The guard nodded slowly, remembering how he had been told she herself had been dead but then came back. It was a thing that could happen out here he knew that, and yet he couldn’t help but feel so sorrowful and… Broken. 

Bringing up an hand to wipe away his silent tears, sniffing again as he just couldn’t stop it.

"Follow me…" She took his hand and began leading the way home. She couldn’t just leave a mourning man out here, who knew what could happen. Besides, she craved company and a moment to properly forgive the man.

He followed her without questioning it, feeling that it did help a tiny bit by her holding his hand even if his shacked lightly. Keeping his head down while the tears just rolled down his cheeks, trying to take in the thought. His beloved thief was gone, he would be back at somepoint but still. He was no more, not here… His chest ached more painfully, still keeping his calm the best he could.

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The woman watched him morph back with a saddened look in her eyes, one hand rubbing her arm. That poor fellow…

"I am sorry…" She walked closer to the man, sensing his distress and putting a hand on his shoulder.

He didn’t say a word, keeping his head down before a small sniff left him. Giving a small short nod as a thank you to her, knowing that it must be hard for her too of course but… 

The aching in his chest was slowly getting worse, yet he just ignored it. Turning his head more up to let himself look the kind sister thief in the eyes, a few tears having already went down his cheeks.

"But a friend’s sister told me something vital…" She wiped a tear away from the corner of her eye. "No one stays dead out here… He should come back in sometime… I hope…"

The guard nodded slowly, remembering how he had been told she herself had been dead but then came back. It was a thing that could happen out here he knew that, and yet he couldn’t help but feel so sorrowful and… Broken. 

Bringing up an hand to wipe away his silent tears, sniffing again as he just couldn’t stop it.

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Whitney breathed again for courage, crossing her arms and looking up at the tall, tall beast.

"I must tell you something… It pains me to say it but…" She turned her head away with a bitten lip, feeling her stomach turn.

She swallowed and faced the guard again, hesistating but calming down.

"Whitner is… Dead…"

….what…." The sudden news made the creature speak without really noticing it, his hollow eyes going wide with shock. No… No, no ,no. She, he….

An panicky rumble left him, his insides starting to ache. Tipping its head down as it just stood, it’s size suddenly reducing little by little slowly, the leaves moving away to his back to become the cloak on the more familiar human he had been stuck as. He didn’t look at her, keeping his eyes down as his hands were loose by his sides.

The woman watched him morph back with a saddened look in her eyes, one hand rubbing her arm. That poor fellow…

"I am sorry…" She walked closer to the man, sensing his distress and putting a hand on his shoulder.

He didn’t say a word, keeping his head down before a small sniff left him. Giving a small short nod as a thank you to her, knowing that it must be hard for her too of course but… 

The aching in his chest was slowly getting worse, yet he just ignored it. Turning his head more up to let imself look the kind sister thief inthe eyes, a few tears having already went down his cheeks.