PC: Right They collapsed onto the floor, Thei curled up into a little ball, hugging her bare arms tightly around her chest, Arealind staring at the crystals on top of the cave. She rocked slowly, clenching her teeth together, like that was going to keep her warm. The pitter patter of rain fell at the entrance of the cave. A rumble of thunder came, and Thei hugged her knees tighter. If there's one thing she hated, it was storms. And she hoped no one found out. If anyone did, she'd be a complete laughing stock. "Hey, it's Thei. The hunter who's scared of a little rain." Yeah, that wouldn't go over well.
Just don't do anything, Thei told herself. Keep quiet. Don't talk to Arealind. You're flustered. You do not like him. He's your bud. If he found out about your fear, you'd never hear the end of it. So stay quiet. That's good. Keep quiet, and don't do anything. Keep quiet, and don't do anything. Keep quiet-
Suddenly, a burst of lightning crackled through the sky, the
PC: Arguments "Can you just back off?" Thei snapped, shooting a glare at the smirking, tall blonde boy. Her bow slid out of her hands, dropping to the grass with a tiny thud. She was not going to let him get to her again.
Arealind mustered up an innocent face. "What do you mean by that, Theiclya?" His expression went back to its normal, serious one, and Thei kept glaring.
"Just shut up," she muttered, wondering if he even heard. It didn't surprise her. Arealind heard what he wanted to hear. His comments were stupid, idiotic. They meant nothing to Thei... so why did it bother her so much?
Arealind gave her a funny look, like he just swallowed a whole package of Sour Patch Kids. "Did that, 'whoa, nice aim,' comment actually bug you?"
Glare, glare. Thei wished her evil looks could talk. "The bird moved, it's not like it's got a magnet and my arrow just follows it around." Stupid bird... stupid bird.
Arealind flopped down on a grey rock, pretending t