Originally Posted by Chicky Crazy
Andromeda noticed his quietness, and watched him carefully. "What is the matter?"She asked him concerned.
Amar looked back between them both. She was quite confused, at young age her mother had taught her that as a women she was suppose to be patient, and not to express her feelings, but without saying anything wait for the man to declare his feelings. "I love Navar, very much." She said slowly, smiling at Navar, but then towards Avalon. "But it is not for me to say whether we will marry. As a child I was brought with the knowledge that a man must ask for a lady's hand in marriage. I would never want pressure Navar into marrying me by announcing whether or not we will marry. Of course I want us to marry, but I must let Navar decide for himself." Knowing that how uncomfortable this was felt for her she wanted to make herself clear that she wasn't pressuring him. "Know that I will love you either way." She reminded him, lovingly.
Calystia laid down a few moments before Raymer had finished cleaning her wound. She was already begining to drift to sleep when he lifted her head, then gently laid it back down on a pillow. By the time he had covered her with the blanket she had already fallen into a deep sleep.
Castiel glanced at Andromeda and tipped his head. "Your weakness is steel, mine however is iron. An element that is naturally occurring throughout most of this realm. The iron oxide within the stone that surrounds us, is draining my powers as we speak. The more I use it, the faster it's depleted. I fear soon, I'll be of no use to you. Becoming weak as a mortal." He explained the bad news to her.
Avalon smiled gently at Amar. "That is very human of you. The fey tend to differ from that norm. But if you love him, that is calmed enough." She said softly. She then looked at Navar and asked, " and you?"
Navar straightened and said, "With all my heart. There is no doubt that she is not my reason for living. I love Amar and would love to haver as my wife. I just never felt worthy of such a wonderful woman. "
Raymer sat in the chair and watched Calystia silently. She really was quite frail. He felt bad for treating her so harshly.