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 The trouble with sleepovers, Attn: Ellie~
Aegle Vitus
 Posted: Mar 9 2016, 12:22 AM
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Aegle sat upright atop her sleeping bag, her hands pooled in her lap while the her feet worried restlessly at the synthetic fabric beneath them. The quiet rustling of the fabric, accompanied by the even quieter whirring of small motors beneath her pajama bottoms, might as well have been booming thunder for how well they carried in the nearly silent assembly hall. Come to think of it, Aegle wasn't sure she could ever have expected so many people, even people trying to sleep, to be so quiet. A quiet rustling from one of the vague, shadowy lumps that represented her neighbours drew Aegle's attention, and she was just quick enough to catch a glimpse of flashing orange eyes before they were secreted away beneath their owner's sleeping bag. Aegle stopped moving immediately, though even her abrupt stillness was not without it's own mechanical wheeze, as her heart gave a surprised little lurch. Shifting a bit uncomfortably and wishing, not for the first time, that she'd just taken the brace off when she'd gotten changed into her pajamas, Aegle slowly tore her eyes away from the vague and shadowy lump that represented one very peeved faunus, and slowly scanned the room around her. Moving her head, fortunately, could be accomplished without any quiet, motorized commentary from beneath her clothes.

She sat at the centre of a sea of humanity. Humanity and Faunus, she quickly corrected, while simultaneously fighting the urge to look at a known example of the latter. She wondered absently what the big room they all occupied was used for when it wasn't housing a whole bunch of first year students, then wondered how long it would take for her to find out the answer. Then Aegle wondered if her other neighbours were asleep yet, and how long it would take for the faunus she's annoyed to fall asleep. Looking back before she could stop herself, she saw the vague and shadowy faunus lump stir restlessly, and determined that they had, in fact, not managed to fall asleep in the ten to twenty seconds since scowling a Aegle. Quickly averting her eyes, Aegle looked down to her hands instead. She was wearing long sleeves that were just a bit longer than her own arms, but she could just barely make out the padded brace that was wrapped around each of her wrists from where they bulged beneath her top. She once again wondered what had possessed her to put her top on over top of the braces. The fact that she didn't usually wear pajamas might have had something to do with that decision. Indeed, it was hard for Aegle to imagine sleeping with all this fabric bunching up around her. Still, she couldn't very well sleep in the manner she'd grown accustomed to, now could she? Frowning a little, Aegle moved to pluck at one sleeve, and the low whirr of a hidden motor once again filled the sleepy silence of the hall. She immediately stopped, but the damage was already done. The vague, shadowy faunus lump beside her immediately wriggled, and though they didn't look out from their sleeping bag cocoon, Aegle was sure they were looking at her through the bag all the same. She thought she could hear other people nearby doing the same.

Sighing quietly, Aegle slowly leaned forward and onto her knees. Each movement, as she went from hands and knees to crouching to standing, was accented by a quiet whirring sound, as was each step she took as she picked her way towards the far side of the room. She hadn't gotten a good look at the room before they had turned off the lights, but seemed to recall some curtains on the far side. She didn't necessarily have a plan, and mostly just wanted to get out of the hall for a few minutes, until everyone had fallen asleep. Anywhere would be better than the enforced silence of a room filled with sleeping people. Finding the curtains, Aegle pushed her way through with as much care as she was capable of, and succeeded in bathing the girl nearest the curtain in the stark light that lay beyond it. Aegle, catching glimpse of said girl and her thoroughly unimpressed expression, smiled apologetically and then passed into the space beyond. She was a little surprised to find herself in some kind of antechamber, with flat white walls and subtle, tasteful accenting that had come to characterize what little of Titan Academy she'd seen since first arriving. The light, which she had taken for bright by sheer virtue of its contrast to the mostly lightless hall, turned out of be coming from a nearby window. Approaching the window, she saw it looked out on the main courtyard that had lead up to the building in which she was presently standing, and that the light was coming from the various ornamental streetlamps that lined it. It was otherwise, quite dark outside.

Sighing quietly, Aegle slowly sank to her knees beside the window and rested her arms on the sill. Then she rested her chin on her arms. She could take the brace off in here, she decided. If she waited for everyone to be asleep, she could take off her pajamas, take off the brace, put her pajamas back on and put the brace on over them. Then she could walk back to her sleeping bag, take the brace off again, and go to sleep.She briefly removed her chin from her arms and looked at the cool, polished floor upon which she was kneeling, and sighed quietly. Not even so much as a carpet. Getting the brace off was going to be a very uncomfortable experience... She looked back out to the courtyard and tried not to shiver.
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Eleanore Oaks
 Posted: Mar 9 2016, 10:12 PM
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The first night in the Academy was a surprisingly lonely one. Eleanore hadn't thought about how much she would miss the sounds of the house. Knowing that her sister and father weren't here left a strange void feeling in her chest. It wasn't quite sadness and it wasn't quite anxiety, but a strange and uneasy place between. Packing for the academy had been almost surreal, even if she didn't have to pack very much. Did everyone feel like this when they went off to school? Sure it was just nerves, but it left a disagreeable after taste.

Sleeping in the hall had been less than successful. All of the people everywhere, everyone making their own small sounds.... crowds in general weren't really her thing, but every first year student was now in this room. Her stomach felt like it wanted to do flips thinking about how many people that was. Restless and somewhat agitated, she knew that she couldn't stay in this room all night. For someone as large as she was, it was surprising how quietly she could move when she wanted to. Stepping over people and avoiding them was a non-issue thanks to her long legs. The giant wore a plain black tank top undershirt and red plaid pajama pants, socked feet making no noise as she crept out of the hall.

Eleanore found herself outside in the courtyard. Whenever she was anxious, she would often train her shield skills and swordsmanship... but since this wasn't really a good time or place for that, she would have to do the next best thing. The tall girl reckoned that Titan staff wouldn't take kindly to a 1st year wandering around the school in the dark, so she would have to stay quiet and out of sight. Just some push ups would do for now since time and space was limited.

Ellie looked around carefully to make sure no one was around before beginning the reps. Powerful arms propelled her up and eased her back down again as more and more reps were completed. Up, down, up down, at 25 push ups she paused, letting out a breath and taking a few moments before continuing to power through 25 more. 50 should be enough. Enough to feel the burn but not enough to turn her into a sweaty and stinky mess. Quietly she rose to her feet again, creeping towards the door she had exited from; it led to a vestibule leading into the hall itself, divided by a curtain. As quietly as she could, she opened the door and stepped through.

For a moment the hall was lit by a sudden increase in light as light from the streetlamps poured through the door. The broad shouldered silhouette closed the door and turned.... to see another girl. This girl was slumped at the window, and Eleanore's face paled slightly; she hadn't expected to get caught. The feeling of alarm quickly faded and was replaced by a look of concern. Ellie took one step forward awkwardly, her low voice carrying across the hall.

"Are...you alright, Miss?"
515 words - Titan Year One - Drop and give me 50!


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Aegle Vitus
 Posted: Mar 10 2016, 02:31 AM
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Aegle hadn't been waiting long before something unexpected happened. Coming into the frame made by her limited view through the window, like an actor coming in from off stage, strode the tallest girl Aegle thought she had ever seen. It wasn't just the delusion of the chronically short that inured her to this conclusion either. While Aegle was quite small, to a degree one would be entirely accurate in describing as 'unhealthily so', being so small had also given her a strong sense of scale. And in the scale of things, the girl in the courtyard was almost certainly at the top. Made curious, just as much by her unlikely appearance as her remarkable size, Aegle watched the tall girl as she acclimated herself to the abandoned courtyard. Then, apparently deciding that she was sufficiently alone, the tall girl did something that made Aegle smile. She got down on her hands and knees, straightened out, and started doing push ups. Grinning privately to herself, Aegle watched in silence as the equally silent girl rose and fell again and again. She counted quietly to herself, and almost wished she could be half as quiet when she did push ups. The fact that her relative silence was due to the glass and distance that separated them, rather than any sort of discretion on the tall girl's part, did not occur to Aegle. Nor did it occur to her that the tall girl had been so initially furtive because she didn't really want an audience.

Then, before Aegle was at all ready for the show to be over, the tall girl was done. This development caught her so much by surprise that she couldn't initially call to mind how many push ups the tall girl had done, despite the fact that she had been keeping a silent count since the moment she started. It caught her by surprise mainly because she had the strong sense that the tall girl wasn't stopping because she was tired. Fifty push ups, while certainly not a small number, still seemed like it fell below what such a strapping young woman should have been capable. Aegle, while admittedly unpractised in the realm of estimating the athleticism of others, thought someone with arms like those should have been able to do double that many push ups at least.

Aegle was still entertaining this mostly meaningless presumption when the room was bathed in artificial light from outside, and she was abruptly reminded that a door had opened into the small room she'd briefly taken as her hide out. Hearing a few heavy steps which were peculiar in their obvious attempts at subtlety, followed by the closing of the door, Aegle though she even knew who had suddenly encroached on her solitude. Then the sound of weighty and furtive foot falls abruptly stopped and with it, the peculiar sense that something very large was moving around the room with her. Though she hadn't been paying attention as the tall girl had crossed the court yard towards the building she was presently in, Aegle quickly reasoned who likely belonged to those heavy steps.
"Are...you alright, Miss?" a quiet whisper asked from somewhere over her shoulder. Aegle shifted and turned on her knees to look back at the owner. Closer up, the tall girl was no less impressive. Her physique found faint definition in the stark shading of the almost lightless room, and certain aspects of her powerful build were outline in greater detail as a result. Aegle noticed, so absently to the point of being almost subconscious, that she wasn't initially as obviously strong as she'd initially taken her to be. She was big and clearly powerful, to be sure, but her build was not the blocky kind of muscle bound build one commonly associated with the needlessly strong. Rather, it was the length of her body rather than its overall bulk that predominated her appearance. It was actually a pretty striking appearance, and Aegle appreciated it as much as she could, given the circumstances.
"Yeah, I'm alright." the kneeling girl answered quietly. Her tone was pleasant enough, and served to contrast the tall girl's concern with obvious friendliness and mirth, as if the question had amused her. In point of fact, it had. They were a real study in contrasts, with the tall girl standing tall, and the smaller Aegle kneeling on the floor at the opposite end of the room, her shoulders hunched in their perpetual slouch.
"Howabout you? Not too tired from your evening's exercise?" Still, despite the apparent disparity between them, and perhaps even because of it, Aegle found herself in a good mood indeed. "I figured you'd go a little longer. I was just thinking about how small a number fifty is."
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Eleanore Oaks
 Posted: Mar 10 2016, 11:18 PM
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The smaller girl's voice was amiable if not a bit amused. She wasn't expecting the question to be rebounded on to her. Almost self consciously, the giant ran a hand through her tousled hair. Did she look like she wasn't okay? Was she unsightly? Ellie didn't think so, at least. Then it sunk in what the other had said.

Evening exercise... the colour immediately jumped to the tall girl's cheeks, barely visible as a rose-tinted glow in the meager light. Had she been watching her the whole time...?! If Ellie were to move, she would have appeared flustered at the mere thought of it. Eleanore was a bit self-conscious about things like this and she awkwardly looked away, scratching the back of her head as she thought of an answer, anything to say, instead of just standing there like the oaf she was. Why was it that it felt like this girl was just staring through her?

"I uh.... I couldn't sleep." She mumbled, her growl of a voice doing its best not to carry and wake the others. "I exercise to ease my thoughts and... 50 was enough. I didn't want to get sweaty before bed..."

Her voice trailed off a little awkwardly at the end. Socialization was never her strong suite. In fact, she would go so far as to say she was the worst at it. Even if that was true, she was willing to risk an uncomfortable conversation to make sure the other girl was okay; postured like she was at the window, it almost looked like she had fallen and simply not stood up. After a few moments of silence, Ellie cleared her throat clumsily.

"The ground is pretty cold and uncomfortable... I can find a chair for you if you like? It would be better than the floor..."
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 Posted: Mar 11 2016, 03:20 AM
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The finer minutia of social interaction was often lost on Aegle as well. She'd always been taught to be conscientious of others and had no real interest in making some one miserable, but knowing not to do it and realising when she was doing it tended to be two entirely different things. That difference, it turned out, was the most fundamental reason that Aegle, despite the fact that she was hardly the only person from her previous year of schooling to enrol at Titan, was there without any friends to speak of. Then again, the four years she'd spent not attending school at all likely also had something to do with it.

"You made a good call on that one..." Aegle laughed quietly, but perhaps not as quietly as she had intended, regarding Ellie's desire to not get all sweaty before bed. "Who knows when they will give us proper baths instead of some sort of communal barracks shower." a shower which, for reasons which were both self evident and a little embarrassing where Aegle was concerned, she had been unable to make use of. GIven that, as was previously stated, the orange haired girl was not aware her first comment had embarrassed the taller girl, her comment about communal showers had not actually been intended to make her even more embarrassed. It just so happened that, in the way that Aegle so often did, she had potentially made things worse without really meaning to.

At the offer for a chair, Aegle's eyebrows rose. It was an open, transparent expression that reflected the exact thought that had just crossed her mind. Actually there were two thoughts, one arriving quickly on the heels of the other. The first was, 'Oh yes, a chair would be terribly useful wouldn't it, especially if I'm going to get changed...' followed quickly by, 'Why didn't I think about grabbing a chair?'. She was almost certain she'd seen a chair of some description on the other side of the curtain and, not quite remembering the furtive motions from a few minutes prior, which she'd made to get out of sight as quickly and soundlessly as possible, could not figure out why she had not grabbed it.
"The floor's not so bad..." She said quietly, mostly because saying what she was thinking required a level of articulation which she didn't necessarily posses. "I mean, at least I'm sitting here because I sat down and not because I fell over." It could have been a joke, but there was something a little too open and honest in the way which Aegle had said it. It wasn't the sort of 'Haha! Punchline' delivery one would expect from self deprecating humour. Instead, the way she'd said it seemed to suggest that Aegle was honestly grateful to be kneeling on the floor because she'd chosen to be and not merely because gravity had forced it upon her.

Smiling, she waved Eleanor towards her. "You look sorta spooky, hanging back there in the shadows. Wanna come look at the courtyard with me?" Aegle had no idea if this was the way you talked to someone, but she wasn't exactly tackling the situation with a specific goal in mind. This evening represented years of effort on her part and, ironically, It was a very directionless evening for her as a result. She was happy just to see things happen...
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Eleanore Oaks
 Posted: Mar 11 2016, 11:07 PM
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The communal showers had been a slight issue for Eleanore if they were being honest. The tall girl wasn't one to expose herself in front of others out of pure embarrassment. While she didn't have a body to be ashamed of, quite the opposite, it was more the fact that she had to expose herself.... and she liked having clothing on. One hand sheepishly scratched the back of her head as she nodded her agreement.

"Once they move us into the dorms there might be something more private, I reckon."

Was the girl worried about being bullied for her small stature? Though she couldn't clearly see many details, this girl certainly was small, and that wasn't an observation from someone who's opinion was skewed thanks to being over 6 feet tall either. It was only then that she caught the glint of something at the girl's wrist... wait it was there on both wrists. Something that reached back into her sleeve... was it a brace of some kind? If that were the case, she understood completely; Eleanore's gaze softened slightly as the smaller girl was silently deciding on whether she could use a chair or not.

The girl beckoned her towards the window, mentioning how creepy she looked hanging in the shadows like she was. That was the usual reaction she got, but it didn't seem to bother her as much this time. Staring at the courtyard was a strange request, but it wasn't the oddest that she had heard; it was the comment about the floor not being so bad that bothered her a bit. No, that wouldn't do. Ellie couldn't in good conscience just leave her on the floor like that. Attempting a smile that came out as more an awkwardly lopsided grin, she placed a finger to her own lips in a gesture of silence before the tall girl moved back towards the curtains. There had been chairs in the main hall, but the tricky part was getting it out of there without waking any of the students.

To her credit, for someone as big as an oaf as Ellie was, she did remarkably well. She located the chair first, the closest one to the curtain so she could minimize her steps and noise level. Lifting the object was no problem for her; it was above her head in a moment as the lumbering girl quietly tiptoed her way past the prone and sleeping forms of other students. Ellie was back out and into the antechamber in under two minutes. Shuffling closer, she placed the chair close enough for the girl to grab if she needed help standing up at all before moving to stand next to the chair. It occurred to her how rude she had been.

"My name is Eleanore, by the way. Eleanore Oaks. It's nice to meet you."
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A life time of saying and doing the wrong thing with alarming frequency had conditioned Aegle to expect unexpected reactions from people. That being said, she wasn't quite sure what part of 'Stop being a creeper and come sit with me' could account for the way the tall girl had responded. Without really being able to get a good look at Eleanore's expression, both because it was dark and because even the tall girl making it didn't seem certain what it was meant to be, Aegle was left both literally and figuratively in the dark as she turned and left through the very curtain that Aegle had come in through. So sudden was this unexplained reversal of mood, that Aegle even started to rise up from where she was kneeling with the first syllable of interrogative protest already forming on her lips. But then the tall girl was gone, and Aegle remembered that she was right beside a room full of people who were trying to sleep, with only an inordinately heavy curtain separating them. Frowning and more than a little confused, she instead sank back down to her knees on the cool floor, and wondered if the tall girl was coming back.

She continued to wonder for the whole five minutes and change that it took for the tall girl to go and get a chair without causing too much of a fuss in the sleeping area. Aegle had been right about to look back out the window when Ellie returned and plunked the stolen chair down right beside her. Doubly puzzled now, the smaller girl looked between the chair and the tall girl who had brought it to her. Then, just before the belaboured gears grinding in her head were about to ask the tall girl precisely what she was doing with a chair, that same tall girl finally provided a name.
'Eleanore'
"Eleanore, really?" Aegle giggled quietly, her emerald eyes suddenly flashing with amusement as she forgot her confusion from a moment prior. "That sounds like an old lady name."
If it was possible to say something like that without being mean about it, then Aegle had certainly mastered that feat. That was not to say what she'd said was inoffensive. Instead, it was said with the apparent air of someone who was not actually aware they were being rude.
"My name's Aegle. S'pleasure to meet you too~" the smaller girl continued, with barely so much as a pause between her comment about Eleanore's name, the ensuing giggles and her own introduction. Up close, the more apparent parts of her posture and build were evident, even through her purposefully baggy and figure obfuscating pajamas. Her head was slightly bowed as all times, while her shoulders hunched slightly, but noticeably, like she was holding a very uncomfortable slouch. What was more, her event tininess was only emphasized by her proximity to someone with Eleanore's robust build, because even with her baggy pajamas doing their best to conceal her figure, and the brace beneath them adding some width to her overall dimensions, Aegle was incredibly thin, to the point of being almost emaciated. Only her face, which was vibrant and healthy, though admittedly a little pale, seemed to contradict this evident attribute.

It was also worth noting that, despite her comment about Eleanore's name, her own name, which was pronounced with an AY at the beginning and an EE at the end, wasn't especially easy to wrap one's tongue around either. In fact, of the two of them, Aegle almost certainly had the stranger name. This, however, was not a fact the small girl was evidently conscious of.

Glancing away from Eleanore to the chair she'd brought back with her, Aegle's puzzled expression briefly returned and she cast her emerald eyes upward in speculation at the taller figure. It had not occurred to her that the chair was for her and, like all other things where Aegle was concerned, she wore this ignorance plainly on her face. Her eyes, stared expectantly at Eleanore, eyebrows mildly raised, while the rest of her face relaxed into the blankness of anticipation. After a few moments, when it had grown painfully obvious, even to Aegle, that Eleanore was not going to sit, the orange haired member of the pair attempted to remedy the situation.
"Are you gonna have a seat?" she asked, slowly and carefully, as she gestured at the chair. Despite all indications to the contrary, Aegle honestly believed Eleanore had brought the chair into the antechamber for her own personal use.
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The reaction to her name was typical. When a giant of a girl with an awkward posture and broad shoulders introduces herself, most people expected something like Rico or Dane or something. But then the old fashioned name was revealed and the confusion was always the same. It had become somewhat humorous to her and she couldn't help the flicker of a grin that passed her features. The tall girl bowed her head politely as the smaller girl introduced herself as well.

Up close, it was easier to make out Aegle's features. Small before, now she saw just how small. Aegle was thin beyond what might seem healthy, her posture a what appeared to be a constant slouch. The faint outline of the brace was more evident at this distance, hidden by the small girl's clothing. Even so, her face was very much full of life, vibrant even. Ellie allowed the corner of her mouth to flicker in an attempt at a smile. Aegle was a unique name, but it was cute she thought. It suited the young girl somehow, but she couldn't quite place why.

The silence soon became deafening. Ellie had been expecting the girl to rise and sit on the chair, but either she wasn't going to, or there had been some kind of miscommunication. The giant watched the smaller girl's face move through a variety of emotions, the most notable one being confusion, and she herself inclined her head curiously before it hit her; Aegle thought the chair was for her. As if to echo her thought, the smaller girl spoke up and asked if Eleanore was going to sit. The tall girl blinked before a genuine and honest lopsided grin split her features.

"I got the chair for you. It looks uncomfortable down there, after all."

One long arm gestured to the furniture beside her, much like a gentleman waiting for a lady to sit in a chair pulled out for them. Eleanore was nothing if not polite, but it seemed to come so naturally for her as opposed to someone putting on airs for the sake of a new social impression.
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 Posted: Mar 13 2016, 04:28 PM
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Frowning mildly, and with yet another glance at the cold floor she was sitting on, Aegle offered a non-committal shrug. It was the sort of shrug that said, 'yeah, so it's cold? It's not that big a deal.' Then, with a soft whirring noise from the many motors that powered her brace, the smaller girl pushed herself up to her feet. She did so with surprising ease, owing to the efficacy of her strength enhancing body wear, having no greater difficulty with the task of standing up than a regular person might have.
"Well, thanks, I guess." She said quietly as she reached out for the chair. Standing, the colossal difference in their heights was at its most apparent, with more than a foot and a half between them. Aegle, as if only just becoming conscious of this fact and despite having noted Ellie's size when she first saw the girl, hesitated to appreciate it. She did so with a distracted sort of smile, the kind one might wear when listening to music they couldn't quiet recognize, that didn't falter until a more immediate concern occurred to her.

Right on the cusp of taking her seat, Aegle stopped right on the edge of actually lowering herself down to the chair.
"But where are you gonna sit?" She asked with almost childlike concern. In fact, childlike was a good way of describing much of Aegle's behaviour since introducing herself to Eleanore. Everything from her present manner of dress, to her size, to the specific words she used and the staccato tempo of her speaking, suggested a person much too young to be a part of an academy, even as just a first year. It was almost as though, for this was precisely the case, she had missed out on some fundamental period of growth. Specifically, the period during which one grew out of their preteen vocabulary and sentence structures and adopted a more 'adult' manner of talking.
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 Posted: Mar 13 2016, 11:29 PM
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Aegle had stood up faster than Ellie had been anticipating. The soft whirring noise caught her attention; a powered brace? The smaller girl was also... well... smaller than she thought she was as well. The top of Aegle's head barely reached her shoulders, causing her to have to look down at her fellow student. Ellie nodded her head politely to the thank you, as if to say 'you're welcome'.

"I'd like to stand, please."

She said quietly, her low voice carrying lightly despite her measures to control it. Eleanore winced, her shoulders slumping a bit as the small echo reverberated around the room. She let the echo die before she tried again, this time managing a slightly hoarse whisper.

"Trouble sleeping too?"

The question was innocent, as if she were genuinely curious. Her gaze had moved out into the courtyard, her eyes following the path of light from the street lamps outside.
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