duties, o Aug 27, 2014 14:08:05 GMT -6
Post by Deleted on Aug 27, 2014 14:08:05 GMT -6
The entire cavern metropolis of the Goron's bustled with activity. Weaponsmith's sold quality armor and swords, merchants with tongues coated in heavy amounts of silver poached various knickknacks to children and adult alike. The village sentinel's stood with vigilant eyes that thoroughly scanned over the merriment being had. These soldiers; elite-guard sported samurai-esque armor with massive daunting weapons. Despite their intimidating appearance, each guard had some sort of jolly presence about them. The metropolis of the stony giants seemed well taken care of, but what about their leader; the current patriarch?
"I understand," Konungr spoke with a prideful tone to the wraithlike figures surrounding him on all sides. Each ghostly enigma towered over the skyscraping Goron by a couple of feet and even seemed more intimidating than himself. "Idiotic, child!" One snarled as he approached the current patriarch with eyes of rage and disappointment. "Do you have any idea what it is you are suggesting?!" The incorporeal giant bellowed with clinched fists. Konungr leered deep into the red eyes of the being and continued to state his case. "We Goron's have no place in politics or war, I understand this. But when the Calamity arrives again ---" He was cut off by the enraged shadow. "Then you will handle it as it is your duty as patriarch. Don't you dare drag those high and mighty Hylian's into our peoples affairs!" With a grunt of intense anger, steam jetted from the nostrils of Konungr. He too clinched his massive hands into fists. "We're finished here. I'll handle this the way I see fit. You're in your current situation for a reason, remember that." The figure cackled like some insane hyena before taking slow steps away from Konungr. "Arrogant words, boyo. Disrespectful child that will throw away our peoples customs and traditions due to his own fear. Pathetic excuse of a ruler; pathetic excuse of a man." With that being said, one by one, each figure vanished; leaving the towering Goron by himself.
The trance faded and Konungr found himself back within his dorm riddled with heads of beast that once threatened the very mountain he and his people called home. He sighed, stood up, and glared at the statue of the past patriarch. "Foolish..." He snatched his ivory haori and departed from the dorm with heavy footsteps; for he had more pressing matters to attend to.