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The Lord Ruler's perfect capital city, Luthadel, is doing the impossible: rebelling. Skaa half-breeds are being taught the power of Allomancy, something that the Lord Ruler's obligators said only existed in the nobility. The enslaved skaa, with their murderous benefactor, now fight back against a living god's oppression.

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#2963108 Stars and High Society: The Perrault Ball

Posted by Sarah on 03 March 2016 - 10:30 PM in Silver Quarter

As soon as Felix smiled, the anxious nerves that had built up went away, replaced by a buzz of excitement, and she smiled warmly back at him. Her eyes never left him, as he bowed, and offered his hand.

She curtsied, , eyes twinkling a bit as she took his hand. "Thank you, my lord," she said sweetly, throwing a glance back at Lysette, and trying to remember to look somewhat apologetic. The glance only lasted a moment though, and then her attention was back on the brunette Fathvell holding his hand.

#2963096 Stars and High Society: The Perrault Ball

Posted by Sarah on 25 February 2016 - 12:25 AM in Silver Quarter

Denna listened to the banter between the two with interest, though she did her best to seem only politely curious.

She was not personally knowledgeable of the events they spoke of, and so was forced to stand quietly while they talked at first.

Of course, she used that little lull in conversation to her advantage. "If I may be so bold, Lord Felix," she said, into the silence. Her eyes were bright with amusement and mischief, like she knew she was about to ask something unexpected, "Would you honor me by asking me to dance?"

#2963091 Stars and High Society: The Perrault Ball

Posted by Sarah on 22 February 2016 - 01:13 AM in Silver Quarter

Denna smiled back at Lysette, eyeing the girl who'd left the table. "I suppose she wants your approval," Denna suggested, and then blinked, scanning the room instead, almost like she was looking for something, or someone. She ended up spotting Felix.

The Fathvell was talking to two others, whose names escaped her. She didn't let her eyes stay on him long before she was back to talking with Lysette.

You know, at least up until Felix walked over to them. Her eyes brightened, her full attention on the boy--man, really. He had a good smile, though he could have done something with that hair.

She curtsied, glancing to Lysette, then back to Felix. "Thank you, Lord Felix," She responded warmly. His eyes were more on Lysette than on her--it made Denna feel a little anxious, for reasons she cared not to consider. It wasn't proper for a lady to ask for a dance, but--

Well, she'd never been the most normal of ladies now, had she? She'd wait and see what happened, but simply put, she planned to ask Felix to dance, if he didn't ask her first. She'd had her eye on him, and did not plan to miss the opportunity.