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 A Blanket to Chase Away the Monsters, Kenz//Liam
Tori Deveaux-Carroll
 Posted: Apr 16 2017, 03:39 PM
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She had realized it as she was leaving the library. Tori's fingers lifted up to her neck, intending to trace the chain usually strung around it down to her locket. Except the chain was not there. She froze and her fingers splayed out across her throat, hoping she was somehow missing the touch of metal. But it did not come and she frantically looked down at her chest; no spot of silver gleamed out against her shirt. She hurried back into the library and carefully searched the table she had been sitting at as well as each row she had meandered down earlier. Nothing. She rushed out and down the stairs to the empty Great Hall, watching the floor as she moved. The table, benches and floor were all devoid of so much as a speck of dust, let alone her locket. This being a Saturday, there were very few places she had actually gone and she had not been to the Hufflepuff common room since she left it this morning so she turned on her heel and walked out of the castle.

Her stride became quicker as she neared the greenhouses and she had to force herself not to run through to her own plot, dodging around the few people that were there without even noticing them. It was perfectly organized, but only to her. The plants were a mix of magical and muggle. Prickly ash sat perfectly trimmed next to tangling flutterby bushes next to an overgrown-looking shrivelfig. She had spent hours here earlier, carefully tending to each of her plants as she had learned from her mother once she was old enough to walk. Now Tori knelt heavily on the ground and her hands moved through the branches and vines.

The longer she looked, the more frantic she became, no longer taking heed to the thorns that would occasionally bite into her or the leaves she would accidentally pull off. She could feel the panic welling inside her chest and her eyes prickled with tears. "Where is it?" She asked of her plants and herself. It had to be here. It was all she had of her mother, she needed it. She couldn't just forget about it. It had to be here. "It has to be here," she repeated aloud as she moved on to the next plant. She intended to check all of her plants until she found it. Hell, she would check the full greenhouse if she needed to! Some of these plants had minds of their own and the ability to move their feelers out of their own plots. There was always a chance a plant such as that could have grabbed it from where ever the locket had fallen.

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 Posted: Apr 22 2017, 07:06 AM
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"Logic over emotion"

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Liam was very good at minding his own business. His mind was deep into the thoughts that he had about the plants at hand, not about the people that were around him - if there were even people around him. The eagle had been working in the greenhouses all day, really, any second that he could spare in the last three. There was much the that needed to be done, much that needed to be planted and transported and ready because spring was coming faster and faster. The young man was humming softly to himself, content in his own corner of the greenhouse, having completely forgotten the necklace that he had tucked into his pocket and would put in the lost and found area on his way back to Ravenclaw tower.

His fingers were black with the remaining smudges of dirt that were left; now that he had been here most of the day his transplanting was finished, but the task of watering all of the plants lay ahead. His hum changed to a soft whistle as he rubbed the back of his neck as his eyes wandered over the section of plants that he would water next. Rolling his shoulders, the young man moved to get the hose - only after getting his gloves on. This section of plants were known for not being the friendliest of sorts, but it didn't matter. The eagle would care for them as much as he cared for the rest of the green shrubbery in the greenhouse. If he wasn't learning about some sort of magical creature or with an animal of some sort, the young man was working with plants. Three things were more important than anything else in his life - learning, magical creatures/animals and plants. The only human that could make him give up any of these was Kiska Ferdenova and since she was so busy as of late, the eagle was even more content with these three parts of his life.

He got to work watering the section of plants just as there was a girl that stormed into the greenhouses."Tori!" he called out. "What's wrong?" The young woman seemed frantic and Liam couldn't imagine what might have ruffled her feathers in this way, what she was storming around the greenhouses for. It was disrupting the general sense of calm and peace that the place had and it was clear that she was acting out of her emotions rather than being logical about whatever it was that was going on - something that Liam stayed away from. In order to problem solve, one needed to be rational, not emotional.

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 Posted: Apr 26 2017, 05:48 PM
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She knew once she settled down a bit she was going to regret being so frantic. She had carelessly knocked leaves and buds to the ground, the hard work of the plants being wasted in her haste. The hufflepuff was usually so careful with the plants one might think they were her children. Tears slowly began trailing their way down her cheeks, leaving small dark circles on the ground where they hit. She ignored them as easily as she was doing the leaves.

Tori had never lost her necklace before. She rarely even took it off at all except to bathe and even then she would put it right back on afterwards. The heavy weight of it swinging on the long chain and hitting against her torso was soothing to her. When she was scared her hands would often find the silver locket and grip in for comfort as one would do another's hand. Her fingers would trace up and down the fine chain while she was deep in thought, somehow entrancing her further. And without the ability to do any of this she felt lost, floating out in the middle of an ocean while a storm came rushing in. In the future, when she would care again about her plants, she would chastise herself for relying on such a small item as if it were her boat in the water.

She jumped at the sound of the older ravenclaw's voice, coming back to herself as she tensed up. Quickly she wiped away the tears on her face, smudging dirt across her cheeks as she did so. She took a shaky breath, telling herself to just be calm, and stood up, spinning to face her friend. "Liam! Hi, sorry. I...I'm fine." She put on a small smile, her hands moving up to grip at a lock of her hair. "I was--was just looking for something. I lost..." The badger's voice shook as she spoke, her eyes darting back to the ground momentarily as if she might happen to catch a glimpse of silver in among the green.

She chewed on her lip, trying to avoid eye contact with the young man. "You, uhm, haven't seen a necklace around, have you? With a silver locket?" She asked meekly, her voice full of hope even while she told herself that there was very little chance of that. He would probably find her actions here annoying, causing such trouble and disturbing him to such a degree that he actually had to ask her what was wrong, and even more-so knowing it was for a piece of jewelry. Still, she really couldn't help it much more than a three-year old could help crying if they lost their favorite teddy bear.


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 Posted: Apr 29 2017, 05:13 PM
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The greenhouses brightened his mood; the earth stuck to his fingers and the smell of the soil filled the air and made the young man feel free somehow, like all was right in the world. There was nothing to worry about other than helping the seedlings turn into sprouts and then grow into plants. It was a place that was a safe haven to the eagle that was so in tune with mother nature and the world around him. He loved every part of being outside; but the greenhouses were just an extension, since the place was filled with things that could not be grown outside the walls for a variety of reasons, most of them having to do with the air becoming cooler and snow covering the ground for a lot of the plants in the houses.

Now, his brow furrowed as he watched the badger move about, knowing that the section of plants that she was tearing through was one that the girl had tried to be so careful with and this puzzled him. "Take a deep breath," he called out, trying to be helpful, his rational side of him filling him - she should be more careful or she would regret her actions at a later time, when he was more calm and thinking of the plants that she was trashing rather than whatever it was that was wrong in this moment. Feelings rarely stayed; they were fleeting, but destroyed plants could not be fixed.

Blue pearls watched her as he brushed his fingers against his jeans, leaving dirt streaks on them that he would have to get out later or feel guilty about the poor house-elf that had to tend to his laundry this week. "Please stop," he commanded softly, unsure if at this point, Tori could even hear him, but the young man couldn't bare to watch more plants get trampled in her search. "It's going to be okay," he called out, louder this time, knowing that the badger would be able to hear his words more clearly now. He finally caught her attention and his fingers grasped the edge of the table as she turned to him, trying to explain what was running through her head - or rather her heart, because it was clear that the young woman was not thinking logically but emotionally at the moment.

She wasn't looking at him, a clear sign that Tori knew that she was acting out a little bit because of whatever it was that bothered her. At least she was aware of the fact that she might be acting slightly ridiculous. His eyes were not unkind as he watched her, even as everyone that knew him knew that the eagle did not like to deal with emotions and preferred things to stay rational and logical. "Oh!" he exclaimed, finally understanding what was happening now that the badger had taken a moment to explain what was happening. Dirty fingers dug into his pocket and pulled out the silver chain with a locket attached, giving her a small smile. "I found this about an hour ago. I was going to take it to the lost and found when I was done here. It must be what you're looking for."

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 Posted: Apr 29 2017, 06:55 PM
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Her left hand went to the spot on her torso, just at the base of her breastbone, where the locket usually hung, fingers gripping at her shirt in the absence of the cool metal. She should have checked it more carefully before, she knew the ancient hook and eye clasp the necklace used was not the most reliable. She had meant to update it ages ago but never seemed to be able to find the time to do so, or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that she was afraid of changing anything about it. It wasn't uncommon for her to reach up and find her necklace was starting to slip off, usually she could feel it sliding across her skin and away from her body. She must have been too deeply engrossed in her work to notice it today, however, which is what put her in the predicament she currently found herself in.

Her emotions swirled around inside her chest, her heart rammed against her ribs and she felt like she must be close to a panic attack. Odd how something so small could cause all this, how she could become dependent on that locket as if it were a cigarette. Her eyes studied her feet as she waited for the ravenclaw's response. She had tried hard in the past years to remain composed around him, friendly, calm and polite. Had her necklace not been at the forefront of her worries she might have been concerned that she had just ruined any chance she had at making the crush she harbored towards the boy something more substantial.

She felt certain he would chastise her for acting so rashly, for being so emotional rather than using the logic he preferred, yet he surprised her by saying he actually had found a necklace. Her head snapped up, first taking in the small smile he was giving her and then focusing more closely on the chain he was holding out. "Oh!" The small sound rushed out of her with her breath as she delicately took the piece of jewelry. She inspected it just to be sure, her eyes catching the engraving of the Deveaux family shield. A smile lit up her features and she threw her arms around the eagle, hugging him almost as tightly as she held the silver in her palm.

"Thank you, thank you, thank you! I could kiss you. Really, I could," the words flew off her tongue without much breath and with no thought as she let him go. Without much more time wasted she looped the chain around her neck and made sure the clasp was secure this time. She took another shaky breath as her eyes started to tear up again. "I'm sorry for disturbing you. I just..." She stopped herself before she could truly express how panicked she had been. The pain in her chest was beginning to abate now and the whirl of emotions inside had started to settle. Her hand still held firmly to the locket however, as if a part of her was afraid it would vanish again.

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Liam Andrews
 Posted: May 7 2017, 10:44 AM
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Emotions made people do things that they would later regret; as was the case today when Tori had come in and disrupted that plants that he knew she had spent hours grooming for the last few days. It was sad, really, because emotions were fickle, fleeting things, especially the more negative of the bunch, if you wanted them to be. People should make their decisions based on facts and act upon them, not letting their emotions take over everything. His distaste for emotions grew as blue eyes took in frantic movements of the young woman. Yet, weren't emotions what separated them from robots? It happened to the best of them and Liam also knew this well. He just hated to see hard work destroyed, especially plants that could have been useful later on in their life.

Lips pursed and his gentle blue eyes conveyed the happiness that he felt at having stopped her rampage through the green house. It was better that she stopped and took a breath. As he pulled out the locket that he had found with the rather interesting symbol and her happiness was expressed in ways that a teen boy did not exactly understand, the eagle still felt pride swell within his heart that he had done this for her. See? Emotions could be a good thing, when they enabled you to still think logically and rationally. It was just a matter of mind over matter, in a way. People needed to stay in control of themselves rather than letting things out when they were too emotional to deal with things. Anger, fear, sadness led to things that would have to be dealt with forever, when if the person had just calmed down first, everything might've been okay.

He sighed; his fingers itching to dig back into the soil that they had been in, but Tori was still talking to him. Her words made him take an involuntary step backwards, fingers clenching by his sides slightly as his heart started to beat a little faster and his widened blue eyes watching her. "N-N-No, you don't have to." He was not interested in Tori like that, did not want the kisses and things that other teen boys might want. A piece of him was in denial, but the fact was that he wanted to have the first kiss with someone that meant quite a bit to him. The problem was that the eagle didn't no exactly who that was just yet. "Fon't worry about it. Like I said, it was just laying there and I was going to take it up to the lost and found later. No big deal." He gave her a quick smile, dirty fingers rubbing the back of his neck nervously, the rather collected boy suddenly having turned awkward.

Blowing out a soft breath, he looked out to the sun, moving to the window where it was coming in and opened the sill. Fingers resting on the ledge he breathed easier; the sun could always calm him. See? People just needed to find their thing to calm them down rather than relying on emotions so much to tell them what was right or wrong.

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 Posted: May 11 2017, 04:31 PM
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Ah. There came the realization of the words she had spoken. The girl felt her cheeks heat up, thinking they must have been the color of her hair at the very least, as Liam stuttered.l. She gave her best giggle and shook her head at his refusal. "Don't worry, it was only an expression." She would have to find time later to acknowledge the sting from his rejection, preferably when she was alone and a little less emotionally frayed. She really did need to listen to her family; to stop acting so rashly and to think before speaking. It would certainly save her some grief in the future.

But she really couldn't help but be emotional at times. She liked emotions (or positive ones at least) and she likes expressing them (once again, as long as they were positive). There should be nothing wrong in showing them and letting them guide your actions. Sure, if you let it get too out of hand one might say something that they shouldn't have or accidentally hurt a few plants. But there had to be some sort of a balance between logic and emotion. She just needed to find that balance.

Tori turned away as Liam did, the air between them turning awkward and stiff. She bit her lip and pretended to study her plants, though in reality they were invisible to her as her words and actions from only minutes ago echoed in her mind. Today had been so promising and now she had managed to make a fool of herself twice in rapid succession. Perhaps she should sneak away and hide in her bed for a while? A soft breeze blew past her air and she wrinkled her at the tickling sensation as she was brought out of her thoughts. Brown eyes blinked and she truly saw her plants this time.

They actually weren't....too bad. They weren't as pretty as before, that much was true. Some of the branches were bare and a few were even half-snapped off. But in total it just looked like a rather strong wind had blown through. "You know, if plants are too well taken care of and given everything they need to live, they feel no need to bloom or grow fruit." She spoke quietly, her eyes still on her plants. "They need a threat every now and then to remind them to keep trying to live. Like forgetting to water them for a couple days or exposing them to the elements." It wasn't exactly the most common fact, but it was true. She tried her best to ensure her plants weren't overly cared for so they could still produce the seeds they needed to carry on more lives. She took a shaky breath, rocking back on her heels slightly before continuing, "so, I think, they should be fine. This time. But I'll be more careful in the future."

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 Posted: May 20 2017, 02:24 PM
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It wasn't that Liam was naive enough to think that he could escape emotions. In fact, the young man knew that as a human, or actually, as a living breathing species, that there was no escaping the emotions that could be felt. In fact, the young man knew that his face generally carried that he was feeling rather plainly for people to see. He was sad for the plants that had been treated in such a way, and his wrinkled brow had shown this, even as a small smile graced his featured at the relief that Tor felt upon finding her necklace. Gentle blue eyes watched her carefully, even as his ears still held that tinge of pink that had come from her words.

The eagle lowered his fingers to his sides, feeling slightly embarrassed. "Of course, I knew that, he mumbled, looking down and away from the young woman. Of course his friend wasn't actually going to kiss him, of course it was just an expression. In truth, Liam had exactly zero experience in these sorts of matters so he had no idea, but the eagle did know that he didn't view his badger friend quite like that. His current interest wasn't even one of the same species, not that the eagle even understood his feelings about the mermaid in the lake. Instead, he dealt with the butterflies in his stomach and the red ears when he saw Nasha by telling himself that it was just because she was a creature that he was learning about and that she also didn't seem to see a need for thinking upon emotions that were not laced with logical and sound reasoning.

It was a delicate balance, one exampled clearly by the fact that the plants that Tori had carefully planted were now destroyed. They looked to be in a sad state from afar to the eagle, but if Tori thought that they could heal, the eagle would trust her judgement, the pureblood witch had been around magical plants longer than he had. Moving back to his table, he nodded as fingers grasped the pot that he had been planting and brought it to her. "Here, you can add this one to your collection, if you want it."

His pearly blue eyes watched her, his hand offering out the pot to the badger, although his body was distanced enough. Without consciously thinking about it, Liam had made himself out of reach, so that there would be no kissing involved in the thank yous today. It was hard enough for the young man to accept Kiska's hand holding and hugs and she was his best friend. The eagle could not imagine the mystery that was kissing at that moment. Or any moment, because how would kissing the magnificent creature that made his stomach churn even work, exactly?

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 Posted: May 22 2017, 05:23 PM
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"Sweet Summer Child"

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Gosh, she certainly felt awkward now. If she swore, she might have even been chanting swears at herself in her mind. But she didn't swear so all that was running through her mind was a constant stream of 'oh my god, why did I say that? He's never going to want to talk to me again.' Yet even though the blond ravenclaw's posture had changed, holding himself away from her and slightly tense, he hadn't left yet. That was a good thing, wasn't it? She had not managed to make a complete fool of herself.

But ouch, that sudden and quick no, without even considering it, had definitely stung. She had been mooning after Liam Andrews for what? Two, three years? It was more apparent than ever that she should just let this whole thing go and be happy with simply being friends with him. If he hadn't been interested before, he wouldn't be now after all. Not like she had exactly done anything to entice his interest. The thought of trying to catch anyone's eye romantically was nerve-wracking; too much chance of complete and total embarrassment and heartache.

She was completely in love with the idea of being in love, of dating someone and sharing small kisses and holding hands and cuddling. Of having someone that you could confide in and cry to, and have them feel that same way about her. But she also knew she was terribly inexperienced in dating and kissing and even hand-holding and just the idea of trying to ask someone, especially Liam, out on an actual date was terrifying enough that she always shook the thought out of her mind.

Brown eyes blinked at the pot held out to her and she hesitated before wrapping her hands around it. "Are you sure? You must have spent a lot of time on it." It wasn't like he was giving her a puppy or anything, but it still felt like something important. Probably because plants were a way for her to connect to her mother or something like that (she never really thought that much about it to be honest). "What kind of plant is it?" She couldn't very well care for it if she didn't know that.

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 Posted: May 29 2017, 04:58 AM
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There was that feeling that trickled in when Liam had spent too much time with people. It wasn't Tori's fault - there were others that week that the eagle had spent time with and in the end, all that the young man really wanted was a bit of quietness away from everyone else. It was really hard to accomplish in a school with lots of other people or when it was essential to ones existence that they must interact with other people. Nobody would know who Liam Andrews was if he actually holed up in his dorm all the time, even if that was what he really wanted to do. No, it wasn't the badger's fault that he was a loner by nature and that it was becoming clear that all the young man wanted to do was hole up in a dorm or a greenhouse without others around.

It made him miss days with his golden retriever back home, the dog that would stay by his side in silent companionship and let the boy read his many books or stare at the clouds in the sky. Maybe that was why Liam was so drawn to the mermaid in the lake, she was quiet and enjoyed the company that they had together without always having to fill the air between them with words. Even her mannerisms were short and these were all things that the eagle found that he appreciated about the magical creature. His fingers handed the pot to Tori, nodding, as another interaction with another girl came into his mind's eyes. "Another girl and I planted shrivelfigs last week. We have enough that you can have this one, no worries." It was hard for the young man to admit that people were his friends - whether or not they actually were were was irrelevant.

Letting her have the potted plant, Liam shifted his feet, his t-shirt clinging to his back. He was just now realizing how warm it was in the greenhouses and the eagle shifted away, going to the hose to wash his hands and take a drink. It was maybe on purpose that the eagle splashed some of the water over his face, his sweaty skin welcoming the coolness of the water. When the young man was done, he wiped the water away from his eyes with the cuff of his shirt sleeve. His white shirt was no longer white, probably from more than just the time that he had spent in the greenhouse today. His jeans had dirt caked to them from where the young man had wiped his fingers, but none of this truly mattered to the boy that loved plants.

"I'll see you around, then?" he waved to the badger, content to leave her with her own potted plants and things to do. He needed a shower and some time away locked up with some homework or a good book, after all of the interactions that the eagle had been in with people in the last few weeks. It was time to find a shady spot out of the sun's rays and enjoy the weather. Grabbing his book bag by the door, Liam gave Tori one last smile and wave before exiting the greenhouse.

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