Chapter 3: BullySitting on the river bank, Seratai waited for Asil eagerly. He even showed up early with more flowers to brighten her day, but she didn't seem to show up. Curious, Seratai walked up the rivers edge to see if he could find his new friend. The sky seemed to grow dull and cloudy as several moments turned to almost an hour of waiting, disheartening poor Seratai. But soon after his waiting, the bright young girl appeared from over the hill. He raced over with much excitement, eager to see her. There was a light blue ribbon in her long blonde hair that matched her blue and white dress. She waved hello. For a moment Seratai stood in awe at the sight of an angel.
Hello little miss, the bashful Seratai handed her the flowers and bowed like a young gentleman. Asil curtsied in thanks. I like your dress, you sure must like wearing them too, struggling to make small talk Serata
Chapter 2: The WaterfallDont run Asil, youll tear your new dress, Eldin scolded Asil as she ran out the gates of Silvermoon City about her new dress, which, he had taken Asil to the City for. She ran into the grand woods of Quelthalas. skipping toward her home. Eldin followed carrying some bags of freshly baked bread, meats, and fruits. He took the dirt path leading to his home and it was full of small rocks which easily could make one trip.
Dont worry Daddy, I- omph! Asil had tripped upon a rock and fallen upon her hands on the dirt road. Eldin walked over to her calmly as she turned over to cry.
Now now my darling. Do not cry, its only dirt. Come now. Stand up, you are strong. He walked past her, and turned to look. Asil looked at him, her eyes puffy with tears and nodded. She stood up, brushed the dirt off her new blue dress and now walked, learning from her mistake
Chapter 1: She Who is Asil The warm morning sun lit up the babies face as it cried, the mother lay back into she shadow of comfort on her bed after pushing her newborn out into the real world. The father took the newborn to clean and make ready for the joyous moment. Eldin Sunstrider held his newborn daughter in his arms and looked to his wife. She was not moving. He moved over quickly to let her see their new daughter, but she did not even turn to see. Lisella Sunstrider lay in the bed still, her eyes closed and hands at her sides. Not a breath fell upon her lips, she had passed. El held onto his crying daughter and cried softly, understanding that is was her time. Although her stages of pregnancy were lively and well, the harsh physical exhaustion of child-birth claimed her life. Eldin looked to his new baby girl and stroked her cheek to let her know it was going to be okay.