Cole and Alcmene Drabbles
Cole finds himself at the mercy of his feelings...of wanting to dance?? There is a first time for everything. Alcmene included. Will he succeed in asking the Inquisitor to dance?
- Part 1 of Cole and Alcmene Drabbles
Cole has a gift to present to Inquisitor Alcmene, its just, he isn't sure how to give it. His feelings ride on the present itself. Will Alcmene accept his whole heart?
'"You will not hide from me demon-" Alcmene pulled back using all her weight, unfortunately unsettling her feet with her heavy armor, She fell backwards and this time Cole went with her, still latching on to the blanket. They both laid in the rocky sand. Both in relative shock, gazes locked into an intense staring contest. Cole was on top of her, cushioned uncomfortably by her protruding armor. She was trapped beneath him, her reaction still stewing. "You pulled too hard." He whispered.'
- Part 2 of Cole and Alcmene Drabbles
'The glowing orb became her protector. It kept her company until she could fall asleep, then at dawn she would awaken unharmed. This, her young mind believed, was the result of her friendship with the giant star. In return she would protect it during the day when it slept in the mountains. How she imagined such a fete as guarding the moon possible, she couldn't remember. Even now as a grown woman, she suffered from the paranoia. This time it was justified. As Inquisitor she was constantly aware of the target she had become. How her safety was placed above others and the futile attempts on her life. Leliana had proven herself in preventing the assassination endeavors. Still, the fact that there was attempts in the first place made her uneasy. So nights like this -when her memories haunted her and her magic tormented her she stayed by the door, watching the moon. Holding a weapon close and a blanket in the other. Waiting for a skirmish that would never come. But of course, there existed a "Spirit of Compassion" who would foil her nightly ritual.'
- Part 3 of Cole and Alcmene Drabbles