(I found Part 2 quite difficult to write and i think it shows.I'm not exactly that happy with it but I was unsure how to improve it)
Tanvar was bored. He needed to get out of Stormwind, if only for a little while. He didn't mind Stormwind, sometimes he even liked it but it just couldn't be as nice and as peaceful as Darnassus could.
There was no orders or instructions for him from Glaurung so he tugged on his hood and made for the gates, heading out towards Goldshire. He was restless, he knew that himself which is why he found himself sititng on the fence thinking about nothing in particular.
He raised his head when he heard a noise, he was aware of the bandits around the forest, so he wanted to be alert and aware in case anyone decided to try their luck.
“Whose there?” he called out
“It is me!” she ran forward a smile on her face which instantly dropped from seeing him there
Tanvar felt his face drop in suprise and bewilderment upon seeing Karo again, this time close to Stormwind. She had her spirit out, the spirit which helped her communicate with Alliance so she must be here to meet someone..
“Wh....what are you doing here?!” Why are you so close to Stormwind? What is your purpose?”
Tanvar looked at Karo standing before him and raised an eyebrow at her, he was fearful, he wasn't sure if she was alone or had friends. He didn't want to run into a trap.
She merely looked at him and smiled the smile that was starting to get to him.
He glanced round and beckoned Karo to him
“At least get off the main path, you could be seen and killed!”
She obliged and followed him towards the nearest lake.
He questioned her for the second time before finally getting an answer
“I am a traveller” she told him “I merely wish to see different places. That is all”
He looked at her for a while, searching her and then nodded once.
He didn't know why but he believed her, there was something about this Blood Elf that touched him in a way he couldn't quite put his finger on, but he wanted to make sure she was safe and protected.
Which is why when she asked him about giving her a tour of the area he agreed and went along with it at least for a little while, before realising how late it was.
“Karo you shouldn't be here, you could be spotted by any of the guards that patrols this place” he looked at her concern showing in his eyes and face and wanted her away from this place. He didn't want her to go but her safety was most important.
She shrugged and looked away as if saddened by what he said.
Her home was Dalaran, she told him that when they first met the day before. That was a long journey for just a short trip, he just couldn't send her away like that.
“Alright....” his voice was low “I know where you can stay tonight where the guards wont find you”
Her eyes lit up as she turned back towards Tanvar
“You are too kind Tanvar! I really couldn't ask this of you. Thank you so much”
He smiled at her warmly.
“Please, really Karo, dont mention it. Its the least I could do. It's a bit of a long walk though”
“How am I to get to this place then Tanvar”
He cleared his throat nervously patting his Nightsaber that he was sititng on”
Karo blushed red before climbing onto the back holding onto Tanvar for support.
He shifted feeling her arms around his waist, checking she was secure before heading off to the one place she knew she would be safe.
“You go so fast Tanvar!” she paused for breath once she was off his Nightsaber.
“Apologies, did it scare you?” he jumped off his Saber and went to stand in front of her
She shook her head. “I am just not used to such speed”
He grinned at her before leading her inside.
“The guards will not check here” He pointed at the nearby chairs and bed “And you can..um..sleep here for the night” he smiled shyly at Karo. “I shall return for you at first light, I promise you this”
She put a hand to her lips and then out towards him as he left.
He mounted his Nightsaber once outside with a grim look on his face.
He didn't want anyone to find out he had gone so he was making his way back to Stormwind.
“Oh I am really going to regret this...”