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    Truth will Prevail - corridors - [Sabina] Oct Mini Plot
    « on: November 10, 2017, 08:04:32 AM »
    After coming to know @Lev Leskov  and @Dimitri Melinkov through the first few weeks of the term, Valda promised herself to do something each week that scared her. Being around the two troublemakers gave her that thrill, but she knew better than to always be around them. They'd grow annoyed and bothered by her for certain. As much as she enjoyed spending time with them and attempting to parry their sneering jokes and sarcastic comments, Valda could only take the crude humor for so long before she snapped.

    Instead of walking her usual path through the upper level corridors to the Klyk Vampira common room with her two friends, she decided to veer off to the unused corridors and stairwells of the school. This was going to be her activity that scared her for the week. Valda hadn't been down these what used to be so-familiar walkways since she was pulled into a fight between Durm and Koldo students resulting in her returning home halfway through her term last year. Now, the event played back through her mind as she descended the stony stairs to the darker, quieter levels. Though Valda knew there weren't anymore Koldo students present attending the school, except for Zviad, she knew she had nothing to worry about. Though she had this knowledge, she couldn't quite slow her raspy breaths and calm her trembling nerves. Perhaps that was a result of the chilliness that settled through the corridors. In the furthest corners of Valda's mind, she felt that she wouldn't be safe. It wasn't that she believed the rumors of the creatures that lived beneath the school, but rather, just quite possibly, someone of Koldo background, maybe even @Zviad Gogoladze would jump her and give her the fate th

    Though she didn't want to walk the halls alone, she didn't dare ask Lev and Dima to accompany her. They'd warned her about the rumors of Chameleon ghouls and boggarts that supposedly lived on these levels. If she were to ask them, they'd most likely call her a baby and attempt to get something out of it as a trade. It would just be another thing to add to the growing list of things the two lightheartedly teased her for. She didn't need another item on there. They seemed to find every flaw about her to poke fun at. Secretly, she didn't mind. It opened for there to be more laughs and new jokes. At this moment though, she had wished they'd offered to come along and look around rather than leave her to fend for herself.

    As she took her last step, she clutched her books tighter to her chest as she felt the bitter cold almost swallow her instantly. Immediately, she could see her breath in the air and felt her body begin to tremble more than what it already was. She couldn't turn back now. Her promise to herself was that she walk through the corridors to the common room, not stand at the bottom of the stairs and retreat. Valda had managed to do everything else she had promised herself. This one was going to be a little harder for her. It's a little chilly, but it's just a walk. There's nothing down here that can hurt me. Lev and Dimitri are only trying to scare me.

    She continuously told herself it wasn't too scary, but no matter what she said, it wasn't enough to convince her. A loud echo down the opposite hall made her jump and she took a step forward. Her hand instinctively reached for her wand, ready to protect herself from anything down where she was that could hurt her. The sound was nothing more than an old pipe. It was enough to scare her though. After taking closing her eyes for only a moment and taking a deep breath of cold air, Valda proceeded down the hall. Her heart seemed to beat faster and louder with every step. All around her, she heard odd noises she didn't remember hearing before. The redhead hoped she would be somewhat prepared to fend off anything that attacked her, though her magic skills were pretty pathetic. 1st and 2nd year spells and enchantments could only do so much in a time of desperation.

    As she approached the doors that the group of boys had come out of in the fight she was pulled into last year, she pushed herself up against the opposite wall. Valda couldn't shake the feeling that she was being watched, but there was no one around her. Just as she found herself adjacent to the door, she froze. Though she told her feet to move, not a single part of her body would. The haunting flashbacks seemed to play over and over again endlessly as she stared at the tall, heavy, wooden doors before her.

    In her moment of fear-driven panic, she felt someone -no. Something- wrap around her legs and arms. Her books fell to the ground and her wand was pinned to her side. Now, she was restrained by an unseen, but very real force. It must've been the chameleon ghouls. She opened her mouth to scream, hoping someone brave enough would hear her at the top of the stairs and come to her rescue. Not a sound was heard. Fighting the pressure that was on her, she tried to think of what she could do to escape. Quickly, she thought of a spell to throw them back. It was one of a higher level, but she had to try it. Instead of the result she wanted, the wand then instead let out a burst of light followed by ear piercing shrieks that escaped the ghouls as they shrunk away from the light, releasing Valda of their grasp.

    Not a second was wasted in gathering her things and running down the hall toward the common room.

    Just when Valda thought she could escape, a looming figure stepped out from around a corner and into her path just as she passed. Immediately, she ran into the creature without a second to react and collapsed on the floor. Her books fell from her grasp once again, but she held on tightly to her wand. When she made eye contact with the figure towering over her, she felt her heart sink in her stomach and all hope she had was lost. Standing before her was the Koldovstoretz student who had threatened her life the previous year. Her eyes were wide and she could barely catch her breath. In fact, she could barely breathe at all. The stranger took a step closer; Valda scooted back. She could see the stairs no more than thirty feet behind him. Every fiber of her being was telling her to get up and run for the stairwell, but she knew the student was well skilled in magic. If he had threatened her life the previous year, who was to say that he wouldn't make that threat become a reality? Any thoughts that the student before her was a boggart or an illusion had escaped her. All she could think was that this student was real and he stood right before her. One of her worst fears was coming true.

    Her eyes were wide and quickly brimming with tears. All she wanted was to escape and live. She raised her wand to cast a freezing spell, but her enemy quickly disarmed her. Despair filled her being as she heard her wand scatter across the floor, too far out of arm's reach, and watched the stranger in horror step closer faster than she could back away. He crouched down, grabbing a fistful of her curly red locks and pulled her face close to his with his long, slender wand's tip pressed against her chin. "Pl-pl-please! I never wrong y-you! Let-let me go!" Her voice was barely a whisper. There was no way someone near the staircase would hear her. In the state she was in, she knew she was pathetic. Valda had always thought she'd be a fighter in a life or death situation. It was clear now that she was a frighter-too scared to put up a fight and only hope for mercy or another outside source to save her. She hated herself for it and didn't want to die this way. Valda was helpless.

    "You got away last year no thanks to that meddling teacher! You're a Durm." The figure before her spoke with a chilling, almost emotionless tone as he gave her a shook. Valda could barely speak now. At the shake, she reached up and clawed at his hand, hoping he'd let go of her and put space between them. "That's all the reason I need to kill you. You Durms killed my brother! Now it's time you pay the price."

    Valda squeezed her eyes shut, ready for her doom. This was how she was going to die, the worst way imaginable. She was going to die alone, scared, and helpless. Everything she had fought for so long to prevent from coming to her mother was going to happen to her. Her mother! She was going to die and her mother was bound to follow her shortly if Valda couldn't get home for the winter break and heal her with the new skills she had learned. "Please! I'm sorry! It wasn't my fault! I-"

    There was a bright flash of light and Valda felt something collide with her cheek. Tears poured down her cheeks unceasingly as she was finally allowed to make the first loud sound of her own since she had been down there. She screamed in terror with her eyes squeezed shut, unsure of what the flash was nor what had hit her cheek. If she was to die today, she wanted someone to be able to find her body rather than have it rot in the tunnels for weeks among the ghouls and boggarts.







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    « Reply #1 on: November 26, 2017, 07:32:00 PM »
    She had first thought it ridiculous to patrol the corridors at night but literally every night she caught students out of bed. As Sabina walked through the castle the tsaritza wondered if there had always been so many students out in the corridors after curfew or if this was new this year. Maybe the reason for this was that the merge had been reversed and the students felt safer again at Durmstrang now. Maybe they wanted to enjoy the new freedom. Or maybe it had always been like that. The girl enjoyed her new role as a tsaritza. The appointment had come as a surprise and Sabina felt more than flattered. She liked being a role model and she considered herself more mature than most of her peers.

    When she heard voices behind a classroom door the girl hesitated briefly, trying to figure out for sure if there were students out of bed or if, maybe, some members of staff were using the classroom for whichever activities. After listening for about a minute, the tsaritza was fairly certain that the voices belonged to students and pushed the door open. Facing three underclassmen she shook her head reproachfully. "What do you think you're doing here? Up to your dormitories at once or you'll find yourself in detention and I'll deduct five chips from each of you. Hurry up now!" The students ran past her out of the room and in the direction of their common rooms. Sabina watched them until they were out of sight and then continued her way through the school.

    As she went down a set of stairs, the sixth year pulled out her wand and held it at the ready. She had naturally heard about boggarts and chameleon ghouls having been set loose there and not only that, she had actually even encountered some in the past days. The former duelling captain was not easily scared though. She could fend for herself easily. Her steps echoed through the empty corridors and the sixteen year old's thoughts drifted off. She would have liked to hear more than just her own steps now. Some of her friends had boyfriends now but she was still single and wondered if any boy would ever show interest in her when they seemed to prefer to play the knight for a damsel in distress. She sighed and made her way down the next set of stairs. Hopefully there would be no further occurrences so she could go back to her tsaritza's bedroom and get some sleep.

    However, just as she wished for peace and quiet, she heard faint voices. She headed quickly in the direction out of which the noise came. Sparks erupted from the tip of her wand as she stepped into the next corridor and faced two people.

    The scene in front of her was strange. The sixth year felt like she had gone back in time. It was like a year or so ago. There was a Koldovstoretz student, pointing his wand at one of Sabina's house mates. It took her a moment to get it all straight. It just couldn't be real. Nonetheless the former duelling captain's first instinct was to cast a stunning spell rather than Riddikkulus.

    "Stupefy!" she cried and a jet of light exploded from her wand. The spell narrowly missed its target as it moved quickly. Sabina frowned, she knew she could do better, she had to do better even. The creature came closer towards her and turned into a student wearing duelling robes.

    'You can't defeat me. Your reflexes are too slow, your aim is off... You fail and soon everybody will know it. You'll be replaced as tsaritza and I'd be surprised if you even manage to graduate...' Merciless laughter followed the little speech and Sabina felt a shiver run down her spine.

    Again and again she told herself that this could not be true. She took a deep breath and then waved her wand at the figure in front of her. "Riddikkulus!" she cried as she imagined the boy wearing nothing but bright pink lacy underwear. She smiled faintly and scanned her surroundings. First she spotted Valda who seemed utterly terrified and then she spotted a wooden chest in a corner. With a flick of her wand she opened it and then waved her wand again to lock the boggart up in it. She was shaking a little which was fairly unusual for the generally tough girl. However, she quickly gained control again and approached Valda.

    "Hey," she said softly. "It's over now. Are you okay? Shall I walk you back to the Common Room?"

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    Re: Truth will Prevail - corridors - [Sabina] Oct Mini Plot
    « Reply #2 on: January 02, 2018, 03:01:39 AM »
    She heard her scream echo down the halls and a few quiet puffs as spells were cast. She moved her fingers in a subtle manner to check if she was alive. When she could feel the cold stone floor beneath them, she slowly opened her eyes just in time to see her predator in pink lacy underwear before he was put into a chest. Valda watched, but she hadn't quite processed it all. She was in a trance of shock and disbelief.

    Once the chest had been locked and there was silence, the redhead Klyk sat against the wall, gasping for air and clutching at the wall. It was as if her scream had been her last breath. When Sabina approached, the sound of her footsteps made her flinch. When she heard her voice though, it took her a moment to snap out of her trance and look up the girl to see that the Koldo student was gone. A shaky breath left her and she began to breathe properly once more. Tears raced down her cheeks again. Sabina had saved her, whether it was a Boggart or not. The thought that she could've died, scared her the most. For Sabina to appear, she quickly knew that she was going to be safe.

    She gave her a small nod as pushed her back and wiped her eyes and cheeks dry. "I....I... I thought I was going to die." Valda stood up slowly, looking around her anxiously. There could be more boggarts or the student could return. "You saved me." She looked back at the blondish girl before her. If she wasn't so scared, she may have offered a smile, a handshake, or even a hug. Her body was still trembling, but she was slowly gaining composure of herself once more. For once in her life, Valda was thankful to see the tsaritza of her house. "What ma-made you come down here?"
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    « Reply #3 on: January 21, 2018, 04:05:13 PM »
    Being the tsaritza was both an honour and an ordeal. Sabina liked to assume responsibility. She liked to be singled out. However, she did not always enjoy having to patrol the castle just to find the one or other student who was up to some sort of nonsense. She liked to come to the rescue, of course. It made her feel superior and yet it was tiring to be in this position. Tiring in the most literal way possible. Patrolling the corridors at night when she actually wanted to sleep was not as much fun as some of the other students seemed to think.

    She looked at the terrified girl whom she had just helped out of her predicament and suppressed a sigh.  Valda was crying. Why by Merlin had she even come here? Sabina was too tired to actually try and comfort the other girl or maybe she wasn't really. She knew she'd end up talking to the other girl, escorting her to the Klyk Vampira common room and comforting her until she'd stop crying.

    "You were not going to die... unless you think it possible to die of fear," Sabina said calmly as she watched the other girl get to her feet. Valda still looked quite shaken and tsaritza felt sorry for her. Boggarts and chameleon ghouls really were a nasty piece of work. While they could not really do much physical harm they were definitely able to cause psychological distress.

    "That's what I'm here for," Sabina said dryly, but offering a smile all the same. "I've been patrolling the corridors to check if everything's okay. What did you do here anyway? Did you need to see for yourself that there are boggarts down here?" Sabina really didn't quite understand why the other girl had chosen to come here. There had been many confirmed rumours about boggarts in this corridor and quite frankly, Sabina did not see why anyone would want to run into one of these creatures. After all, they were just out to make one feel as small and weak as possible. Only a masochist would want to feel like this, right?

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    « Reply #4 on: February 02, 2018, 01:39:38 AM »
    Truth was, Valda did believe one could die of fear. She thought she would've many times in her past when her mother wouldn't wake or respond, or when she had found herself in serious trouble that prevented her from returning home. There had been moments Valda believed she would have never gotten home again. Dying of fear was the worst way she could imagine leaving the life she had. She couldn't leave, not yet. Her mother still needed her. There would be no one else to care for her mother if Valda wasn't around.

    Her red hair shook side to side with the motion of her head as her response to the tsaritza's questions as she retrieved her wand. She had not come down to the lower levels to see if they were real. To her, the rumors had been just that, rumors. Nothing but rumors spread by upperclassmen to scare the younger years. "I...." Her composure was back and she was able to speak coherently once again. Instincts began to take over and she found herself hustling towards the escape she had spotted earlier. Her feet didn't move too fast to leave Sabina behind, but fast enough to hint she didn't want to stay down there any longer. "I do something each week that helps me overcome my fear. Last year I..." Her gaze darted back to the shadow of the door, a shiver rushed down her spine. "I almost died. Right there. That kid almost killed me."

    The muscles in her hands tightened on the handrail that ascended the stairwell. Her knuckles were beginning to turn bone-white. "I figured, since he went back to Koldo or graduated, I could come down here and not have to worry about seeing him. I didn't even think the boggarts were down here!" Valda felt childish and silly. Not only had she just blurted out her reason for coming down, but she had let something slipped she'd never mentioned before, not even to @Lev Leskov . With Sabina having power and leadership over the other students of the school, especially their sorted house, she felt she wouldn't be able to hide it for long. Authority frightened and intimidated Valda and she absolutely despised it.
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  • Re: Truth will Prevail - corridors - [Sabina] Oct Mini Plot
    « Reply #5 on: February 11, 2018, 03:22:11 PM »
    Sabina listened to the stammering words Valda spoke. She respected her general wish to overcome her fears but at the same time she thought the girl was entirely silly for tackling it this way. Going down to the corridor where she had got into a fight the year before late in the evening was not exactly going to help her with her fear. Even less so because of the boggarts and chameleon ghouls that were down here. In Sabina's opinion this was not at all a way to overcome her fear but a way to torment herself. It was thoughtless and silly to do such a thing. Valda really had to be a masochist to go this way. It was like something younger students came up with when they played a game of truth or dare.

    The tsaritza frowned slightly when Valda said she assumed that the student from Koldovstoretz had probably gone back there or graduated and that she hadn't thought about the boggarts. She did not like the idea of Koldovstoretz being made the enemy. Admittedly she had seen it very much the same when the schools had just merged but the whole misery was not the fault of the Koldovstoretz students. It was the fault of the officials who had allowed the conflict to start and get out of hand. Anyway, she was not going to argue this point with Valda now and probably never. It was over and done. The merge had been reversed and everything was back to how it should be again. How the rumours about the boggarts had not reached Valda though was beyond Sabina's imagination. She had heard so much about the creatures over the past few days that she thought that literally everybody had to know of their existence now.

    She could see how tense Valda still was now that the threat was gone and the Czech decided that she needed to get her out of her misery just by channeling her fears into something worthwhile instead. "Well, I'm glad you didn't die then and didn't die now either," she said softly. "However, have you ever thought of different ways to overcome your fear? I mean, why don't you learn how to defend yourself properly? Joining the duelling club might be a good idea for you. You do not only learn duelling spells there but also how to get over your fear and how to stay composed even when you're being attacked." Sabina briefly wondered if Valda was aware of the fact that she had been the duelling captain in the previous year but didn't want to speak about that. It would probably send the wrong signals. While the tsaritza did feel superior to the other girl she didn't want to intimidate her now.

    "The most important thing is to never allow anyone to make you feel like you're a victim. Boggarts live of people's fears. They have the ability to make you feel as small and frightened as humanly possible and the weaker you get the stronger they feel. It's the same with bullies, really." She shrugged and looked at the wooden chest in which the boggart was now. She felt tempted to let it out again to make Valda fight it but she suspected that the other girl was not in the right state of mind to deal with the boggart yet.

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    « Reply #6 on: February 19, 2018, 12:51:26 AM »
    Valda noticed Sabina's reaction to her statement about the "Koldo kid", as she liked to call him. Death had drawn so close to her that day he had taken a fistful of her hair between his fingers and pressed his wand against her chin. There was a soft hum and light beginning to grow as he toyed with her life right before her classmates' eyes. Couldn't Sabina see that Valda was truly scared of him? She wasn't being silly. She only knew he was a former student at Koldovstoretz because of the familiar classmates he fought against. The idea that the student could have returned shook her to her core. Besides being afraid that her mother would die soon, she was mortified that he could so easily play with her life like he did. He was ruthless and showed no regrets. If Sasha hadn't stepped in, he would have killed her. There was no hesitation when he held her captive.

    Why doesn't she see just how real that was? It was horrifying!

    Though she wanted to discuss how she thought the boggarts' and ghost chameleons' presense were false, she bring herself to open her mouth and say the words. Rather, she allowed the tsaritza to believe Valda went down there to fight the boggart. All Valda had wanted to do was walk down the hall and breathe at the end of the tunnel. She wanted to prove to herself that there was noting to be afraid of. She wanted to prove to herself that she could overcome anything-especially fear.

    Instead of retaliating to the girl's words, she bit her lip and let her continue on. Valda turned and began to ascend the stairs. If she didn't have to spend more time than necessary down there, she was willing to get out of there as fast as possible! "I'm already a member of the dueling club. I can only do first and second year spells. Everyone knows this. Even then, I struggle. I know every spell in the book, but it isn't a lack of knowledge, rather a lack of skill. I'm not afraid of being attacked. I'm afraid of being killed," she hissed. Sabina meant well. Valda knew that. She couldn't help but feel as if she was playing the victim -the exact advice Sabina was giving her- again as the girl with the supervisor role brought up suggestions and made comments about how Valda went about things. The redheaded Russian caught her tone, paused, and took a breath before she turned to the darker blonde. "Rather than avoiding the situation, I find it more effective to face your fear head-on. I'll never know if I've overcome a fear if I haven't challenged it. I'm limited to being able to do so much. But going toe-to-toe with what I fear, what gets my blood pumping, I learn from it. You can't ever learn if you avoid it."

    You're such a child! I'm older than you! I'm the repeating 7th year who does nothing but read! You don't think I know what a boggart is? Unbelieveable! Every time Sabina said something new, it only made Valda see the tsaritza as being naive and incompetent to what there was about learning, skill, and knowledge. Valda had concluded that Sabina had this idea that all it took was for some hardwork and one could do a spell. She believed that those who showed weakness needed a lecture on how to become stronger, assuming they don't struggle with other matters outside of their educational lives. She dreamed that if someone was incapable of recognizing a boggart, an illusion of sorts from reality, they were immediately lacking in knowing of the creature and what it was capable of doing. Sabina lived in a snowglobe where she could look through the glass that protected her from danger, fear, knowing and learning choices and consequences-good and bad, and from the woes of life that could crumble someone up found within its grasp and toss them aside like the worthless piece of trash they felt they were. No, Sabina's image of the world was clear, perfect, and focused. She had yet to have the glass around her chipped, cracked, and better yet, shattered.

    The redhead's fear and panic was being channeled into frustration and anger, but she wasn't about to let it show. She would try to hide it as much as possible. "I think you and I have very different views of bullies, boggarts, and book-knowledge," she sighed I can make it up the stairs from here without an escort. Are you planning on coming with me to the common room or are you off to patrol more hallways" and lecture some other poor student "to make sure students aren't causing any trouble?" Truly, Valda didn't want Sabina to accompany her the rest of the way. She could make it. Frankly, she wanted space from the girl. She wanted to retreat to her room and fill @Yelena Romanova in on the events she had just encountered, but mainly complain about the 6th year tsaritza. Perhaps she'd tell Lev about her near-death experience she had last year and how she thought it was going to happen again this year. Perhaps she wouldn't. If Sabina were going to leave and go scour the rest of the halls and empty classrooms, Valda could only pity those who found themselves caught by Sabina.

    Her hand was on the handrail, her grip loosened, but her foot had rested on a step above her and she was prepared to ascend the stairwell. All she needed was the confirmation from Sabina. If she followed back to the dorm, Valda would remain quiet, avoid talking to anyone else, and try to appear as if she hadn't just come through the door with Sabina. She wanted to ditch her as soon as possible.
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  • Re: Truth will Prevail - corridors - [Sabina] Oct Mini Plot
    « Reply #7 on: March 03, 2018, 08:16:33 PM »
    It did not go unnoticed that Valda was defensive and a little like a stubborn child. Sabina knew that some of her schoolmates were like that. They were all still teenagers and had every right to behave like that, of course. However, she preferred to act more mature. She wanted to take on responsibility, she wanted to behave like an adult. Truth be told, the tsaritza wanted to spend the remaining time of magical education learning as much as she could and was happy to miss out some of the fun some of her mates had. Life was about development and moving forward, after all. And now that the merge had been reversed, the magical education at Durmstrang was worth her time again.

    "Well, then you should probably practise more," Sabina said nonchalantly. She hadn't seen Valda in the duelling club but then again she had not been to many meetings since she had been made a tsaritza anyway. She had to admit that she found a sixth year who was only able to do first and second year spells to be unworthy of being a Durmstrang student but she knew better than to voice these thoughts. Sabina was not sure why anyone would want to kill Valda but then again her presence was rather irritating.

    Sabina bit her tongue in order not to comment on Valda's remark about facing her fear head-on. Facing fears was definitely not a bad thing but facing fears unprepared was foolish and nothing a witch as weak as Valda should attempt all alone. "Nobody speaks of avoiding fears," the girl merely stated.

    "Yes, I suppose our take on many things are rather different." Sabina did not feel like talking to the other girl anymore and she didn't want to fight either. In fact she was pretty happy that she had her own bedroom now that she was a tsaritza and did not have to share it with this girl.

    "I'm sure you'll find your way back to the common room alone now. I will patrol the corridors for a little longer. Have a good night." She tried to make her voice sound sweet when she really was just glad to leave Valda behind. She patrolled the corridors for about half an hour more but no other students were out there apparently. However, she enjoyed the silence that was only broken by the sound of her own steps on the stone floor.

    [Sabina out]

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    Re: Truth will Prevail - corridors - [Sabina] Oct Mini Plot
    « Reply #8 on: March 04, 2018, 01:16:13 AM »
    Valda was doing all the practice she could. It irked her that Sabina was trying to suggest hoe she could improve, but she couldn't get upset at her for her recommendation. It's what the tsaritza did to get better. Valda had difficulty finding the time to practice like she wanted. Otherwise, she'd probably constantly training, if only she didn't have to worry about her mother's health....

    When Sabina confirmed that shr would not be going with Val to the common room, she was relieved. It was less time she had to feel as if she wad being constantly judged. "Have a giodnight."

    Once Sabina had gone in the other direction, Valda sprinted up the stairs to find refuge in her dorm. She'd definitely fill Yelena, her roommate, in on the events that just occurred. That was a similarity between the two; they had both been attacked by Koldo students. Sabina may not have fully understood Valda's situation, but at least she knew someinr who did.

    [Valda out!]
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