Dawn sat down on her bed. She looked at Absmi. "Absmi, you can't blame all of them for a few's mistake. Markus and his men were teh cruelest people and the only people I've ever known, but I don't hate them all. My best friend as a pup, before my mom died and Markus took me, was a pitbull. Back home, pitbulls are feared because of their killing ability and reputation. She taught me to judge the actions, not the race of breed. I'm not saying you have to, for I won't force you, but please, if you could try to judge him for him, not for pack. I know it's hard and I'm not saying I fully trust him, but I also know that if he tries to hurt you, or anyone, I can take him." She sighed and glanced at Jackdaw. "His is under my protection. He is a part of my flock until I see other wise fit." She was still rather confused, and being only consider a puppy, taking authority was a bit strange.
Dust slide off and followed into the cave, trailing behind the rest.
Zia shrugged and returned to the puzzle. "I don't know what anything is called."
At Jackdaw's words, Absmi looked up at him. "Lady Dawn is right. I must think for myself, not just follow blindly. You have been nothing but courteous to us. I apologize for my rash judgment. Prince Jackdaw. "
"Just Jackdaw, that title holds no meaning to me anymore." He explained to Abmsi. He then turned to Dawn and asked, "What is this Flock you speak of? Is it like a pack?"
Aeval followed the others as a strong wind made it's way through the tunnel. When they got to the war room, everyone but a female was in the process of get up off the floor. She looked back at Dust confused.
Thorn ran to help the king to his feet. "My king! Are you alright? " He asked concerned.
"Yes, absolutely! " king Racine said, pleased.
Degan shook his head, "You are a strange one." He said teasingly.