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Aubergine wrote:-- Will repsond for everyone else when I get a chance. Just Po for now. ^^ (I'm at school.)--
Po looked at her as she spoke, but she didn't know that he could promise that. Provided she did nothing stupid, he could give her the world. But at the moment, his mind was more involved in the thoughts that she may be right. He could hurt her...But didn't she understand that no matter what other mares he collected for a herd, she would always be the number one? The first mare, the first horse to, wait, did she just say she trusted him? Did the mare he beat not only days before just tell him he was not a monster, and that she trusted him? Po finally brought himself to make eye contact with her, his jet eyes searching hers for an obvious lie. He found nothing. Maybe a little confusion, a touch of hurt, but certainly no lies. 'But you even said Magic...' He trailed off a bit, half because he was trying to remeber her words, and half because he enjoyed her name finally rolling off his tongue. 'There will be a herd Magic, but I can still hold that promise to you. Every herd needs a lead mare, the one that holds the stallions heart as well as his trust-' His words where coming out in a rush at this point, until suddenly he froze. His eyes changed in not even half an instant, going from open to to hiding all emotion. Looking at Magic, he gave her a face. The don't make a sound face. Flicking his ears, he lowered his head a little bit and turned around, tail lashing slightly. The whinny reached his ears a moment later. Many horses didn't know that even though the waterfall drowned out most sounds and scents, once you got used to it, you could zone it out. Which Polaris did, hearing the stallion apporaching a moment before the call. Polaris whinnied back, but his was not a greeting or a where are you, his was a come any closer, and you will regret it whinny. He pawed the ground and tossed his head, before backing up a little so he stood a little closer to Magic. No one was touching this mare. Looking back at the appaloosa, he gave one of his famous smirks, before doing a little half rear dance, as if inviting the stallion to test himself. 'Who goes there! Declare yourself, and then leave! Youa re unwelcome brute!'