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Reaius

A dragon of the chinese breed.

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A beast only the size of the common dog would make its way down the long street that housed Gambit's Bar. Though the beast would only give the newly improved place a glance before deciding that this was where he would mark his time for that day. Figuring that it would only be a matter of time before his ravishing hunger would beg at his stomach again, the Chinese Dragon pushed open the bar door with a push of its talons.

Reaius, was his formal name. Though he had given it to himself, having hatched out of his egg nearly three weeks ago alone. His breed aged with some fierceness until it was old enough to withstand its own territory, and its mind soaked up information like a dry sponge, always seeking more. Reaius stood at two feet to his shoulder, and was almost 6 feet in length including his long tail. He had scales of gray, their white pigment not fully settled yet, and his long furry mane was a dark gray, with a blueish tinge. His underbelly was a light blue, almost the same white that his scales would be once he was older. He already housed a full set of long pushed back horns, that went from the top of his forehead and jutted outwards at a 40 degree angle, ending their sharp tips at nearly a foot and a half at length. He held four of these, and the tips of which were already turning black, showing signs of adolescent hood.

As the young dragon made his way further into the bar, he stopped once the door swung closed behind him, looking around at his surroundings to see what was inside such a place. His gaze settled on the small group of goblins that were clustered around the bar, and he watched these intently, never seeing one of them before in his short lived life. His mane and the fur around the back of his sturdy legs moved in an unseen wind, his tail moving the same way.

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Reaius cringed at the sight of the four goblins, and what ruckus they were creating. He released a long drawn out hiss and backed away, too young to know how to fight. He ventured away from them and toward the other side of the establishment, his already long talons making a irritable clicking noise on the wooden floors as he did so. He then jumped, hovering mid-air before he laid down on one of the booth's tables, his blue eyes trained on the one female goblin, and her snappy behavior.

His head raised off of the table and his body parallel to the outside of the booth, which was facing the bar counter. His back legs were sprawled out facing the bar, and his front legs were folded neatly in front of him. His long tail swayed back and forth continuously just as his mane did. He put his head down, his long sharp antlers pointing toward the ceiling in the process. The young dragon tipped his head off to the side with peculiar interest in the goblin group, especially the way they treated the female of such group, almost doing anything to please her it seemed, while trying their best not to get on her nerves. It was quite interesting to him, how the female managed to stay the dominant out of the other three males.

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Reaius made no noise, but moved just in time for a piece of flying toast to go whizzing past him. He spoke up "What game are you playing?" he asked the goblins, not bothering with introductions in the least. He jumped down from the table, standing on his hind legs from further back still so that he could see what was going on.

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Reaius made no noise, but moved just in time for a piece of flying toast to go whizzing past him. He spoke up "What game are you playing?" he asked the goblins, not bothering with introductions in the least. He jumped down from the table, standing on his hind legs from further back still so that he could see what was going on.

He stood at nearly four feet, and his antlers gave him nearly a foot and a half more height. "Can I play?" he asked with enthusiasm. He was interested in what the game was, and if he could join in, for the mere fact that he had no friends to speak of and they seemed of the livelier type. A smile was broad on his features, though it also exposed the sharp teeth that were making themselves present in his jaw. He moved his weight from left to right, trying to get a better look into the small window that housed the three male goblins and there game.

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Reaius grinned widely, his blue eyes open with curiosity. He fell back onto all fours, hovering slightly before doing so and then running quite quickly over to the counter. He put both front paws on the edge of the counter and heaving himself over it and into the kitchen.

"I'll cut the butter!" he said, not having the faintest idea what butter was, but having some type of a clue because of seeing what the female goblin had cut up moments ago. He ventured toward the refrigerator, opening it with a flick of his paw only to be confronted with a wide variety of meat. He grabbed the nearest one available with his maw, tugging on the wrapping until the delicious slab of pork was revealed.

He dug into it feverishly, his blue eyes turning gold as he finished it. Though his once clean white muzzle was now coated in red blood, as were his paws. He didn't care in the least, and instead went back to looking for the butter, shoving his nose in all sorts of places until he found it behind the milk, making a big ruckus after throwing it onto the floor and not even stopping to look as it made a huge splash amongst the tile. He pulled out the butter with his paw and placed it on the counter near by, standing on his hind legs whilst his tail helped him balance.

I've found the butter!" he exclaimed, opening the packages and cutting all five of the packages into smaller squares and looking over toward the goblins for approval.

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Reaius picked up one of the pieces of toast that had been thrown at him and smeared some butter on one side and looked at it quizzically. The dragon had the art of air on his side, though he didn't know it, and as he threw the piece of bread, it hovered in mid air for a moment and then glided down to earth like a piece of paper, flipping at the last instant nearly three feet away from the dragon, and landing right smack on the buttered side with a sickening squish.

The dragon laughed, falling onto all fours and picking up the buttered toast with one hand whilst his long pink tongue darted out and lapped up the butter from the tile, which was also coated in milk.

"5 points right?" he asked with a laugh, padding back over to the counter to avoid any flying pieces of toast that might be thrown his way, though he still held his piece of toast in his hand, and tossed it at Grout with an amused smile and a laugh.

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Reaius gave a startled cry as the four goblins ran out of the bar, chasing after a fellow in a black suit. "Well there goes my fun.." he sulked, climbing out from behind the kitchen with yet another slab of meat in his bloodied maw.

The gray Chinese Dragon jumped atop the bar counter, sitting down there, not caring who he was near, as he dug feverishly into the meat. His blue eyes gleamed as he looked at the new bar patrons who had wandered in when he was distracted with the goblins. He four antlers pointed toward the roof, giving him a look of supremacy, even though he was only roughly three weeks of age.

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Reaius looked over toward Duriel who had seemed to like his set of antlers. "Who are you?" he asked rather rudely, though it wasn't as if the poor dragon knew any sort of manners anyways. His slab of meat forgotten, he licked his maw clean and went to stand in front of the man, leaning his head down so that they were at eye level as the dragon inspected the mans set of antlers. "What are you?" he asked, tilting his head as he waited for an answer.

Always seeking knowledge he was, and most of the time he ended up sound quite rude, not that he knew any better. He reached out a taloned paw to touch the man's cheek, though he drew back at the last instant. As he waited for an answer the dragon busied himself with admiring the mans set of antlers, and the way they branched off and went this way and that, while his own just went straight back, each having only one small branch to speak of.

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Reaius drew back when the man formally known as Duriel held out his slim hand to the dragon. He brushed his nose in the mans hand, sniffing it cautiously before placing one of his taloned paws in the mans hand "My names...." he stopped short and looked quite dumbfounded. He tilted his head off to the side and thought for a moment "Reaius!" he said, a smile broadening his features as he pulled his paw back from the man's hand. He sat down in front of him, his broad chest gleaming a blueish tinged white.

"So your a male Guy?" the young dragon asked, tilting his head further off to the side. He thought that the young man had said that his species was that of a guy. "Yes, I am an Eastern." he said quite proudly, though he hadn't the faintest idea what one was.

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Reaius didn't understand the joke in the least, and just giggle for the heck of it. "Well, I hatched only three weeks ago. So I don't know too much about much at all, I hatched near a place called a beach ." he said, that he was sure of. The young dragon stood on his hind legs so that Duriel wouldn't have to lean back to get a full view of him.

"Do you by any chance know where I could find more like me?" he asked, falling back down onto all fours "It does tend to get quite lonesome." he added, his brows furrowed as he said this.

The young dragon shook his head a tad, shaking his dark gray blueish mane around his head. "Your the first one I have seen with antlers such as mine." he said, tilting his head off to the side so that he could inspect the man's antlers from another point of view.

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Reaius sat down with a huff, clearly not satisfied "I like your horns." he commented, looking at them and then back at the man's face. "I like you. Your nice." he added with some satisfaction "I think your my first friend." he said, nearly beaming with a wide smile. "I'm going to go hunting. I'll bring you back something!" he said excitedly and made a dash for the door.

He turned back around to make sure that Duriel was still in the same place that he left him, and then disappeared out of the door, his long tail swishing behind him.

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The small form of a gray Eastern Chinese Dragon would make its way past the front windows of Gambit's Bar. It would be the second time that the hatchling had decided to make this establishment its place of rest. Though that of its breed was strange indeed, for he was farther west then he should have been, seeing as most of his kind resided in the eastern parts of Asia.

Reaius walked through the empty frame that once held two doors, looking around blankly for them, which he soon found the shards of which lodged in any nearby object. The young dragon had scales of a darker gray, the true white color of his scales having yet to set in. His under-scales held more of a blueish tinge, as did his dark gray mane that ran down his back, and even his tail. He also housed a set of antlers, four tips in all. The two main ones were nearly a foot and a half in length, these went off at nearly a 40 degree angle from the ground. The sharp tips of these were black, though it faded gray once it got to the base of his skull.

He made his way further into the establishment, his long talons clicking on the wooden floors as he made his way toward a booth which held the woman who had blown the doors to shreds. He hopped upon the table that sat in front of her, gazing into her white eyes. "Why did you blow down the doors?" he asked, his blue eyes full of wonder as to how the woman had done it in the first place.

"Could you show me how? It was quite a neat trick." he said, mater-of-factly as he sat down where he was, his head tilted off to the side quizzically.

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Reaius would notice Marlene Angel approaching the bar, and eventually walking in. Though he was more interested in the way that she had appeared, through black machine of some sort, that thoroughly enticed him. The young Eastern Chinese dragon, of only some three weeks old jumped from the table he was sitting on to saunter up to Marlene.

"What was it that you just got out of?" he asked, walking along next to her as she looked for a place to sit. The young dragon stood at around two and a half feet at the shoulder, and was around six feet in length. Though his long antlers gave him a tad more height, even though they only went up at a 40 degree angle behind her for about a foot and a half.

Though he was really interested in what she arrived in, he was also enticed in the way she was dressed, in armor and what seemed to him like a bunch of splotches. "What are you?" he asked, though his tone was polite, he would most likely seem rude and not well-mannered because of the way he approached her. Even though he had never been taught to have any manners in his three weeks of living, that didn't mean that he didn't try to be nice the best way he knew how; for indeed he was like a sponge, and absorbed everything around him.

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Reaius tried the word on his tongue "Human." he said, looking up at her quizzically and then letting his gaze wander around the bar, which seemed to be full of these things called 'Humans'. He sniffed the gun which was on her side, and looked up at her, full of questions.

"Lets go sit down." he said, nudging her side softly and then walking through the mass of people toward the booth he had been in earlier, jumping onto the table, of which he hovered over mid air for only a second before landing and sitting down on it. "My names Reaius." he introduced himself, looking at her quite quizzically still.

"What is that you carry on your side?" he asked, full of questions yet still.

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Reaius had grown thoroughly interested in Jakob as he mixed the drinks, preforming quite a few different things that seemed to tug on the dragons sense of hoarding. Though it could also be the color of the blender, or something as simple as a name-tag that delighted the young creature.

The young dragon had lost interest in Marlene, and had taken a liking to the man behind the counter, his blue eyes catching a lively look. This particular young dragon was of the Eastern Chinese breed, his scales a light gray, the white pigment just beginning to show, whilst the fur that ran along his back was a darker gray. His stomach was of a lighter white, almost having the same blue tinge that his mane held. He also housed a set of antlers, each only a foot and a half in length, though still long none the less for his age, of only three weeks. The antlers held a black pigment at the tip, though the base lightened the further you went, and they pointed straight out at a 40 degree angle. The dragon's shoulder stood at only two feet, though his body was almost 6 feet in length including his tail.

He made his way over to the bar counter and hopped onto it, very unmannerly. "How did you do that?" he asked, referring to the way he made the drink. "It was very interesting." he added. The young dragon looked at him quizzically, tilting his head off to the side. He had no knowledge of any manners, and therefore didn't know how to use them, having hatched by the beach and having to fend for himself since the start. Though everywhere he went he was looking for companionship, someone who wouldn't mind a dragon at there side, someone whom he could take a liking to and actually let them place a harness on his back. Once he grew to his full size, he could be a fright to most anyone, especially when his affinity presented himself. But until then, the young dragon was stuck roaming around the city, looking for something he didn't even truly know about.

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Reaius sat down in front of the DJ, his head still tilted off to the side "Well then." he said, a tad drawn back as he looked more closely at the android, his head tilting back so that he was facing forward. He peered closely at his eyes in particular amazement. "What are you?" he asked, not meaning for the question to be rude.

Since the dragon was new to the world, he hadn't experienced much at all, and everyday he seemed to find new things, or a new species of people, why; just today he found out what a human was and a goblin. He reached out a taloned hand to touch Jakob's face, though drew back at the last moment. His long tail swished on the other side of the counter, the long mane that ran down his back swaying in an unseen wind.

The young dragon was full of curiosity for his new victim of his relentless questions, and he was thrilled at the prospect of finding out what he was, and much other things. Though he didn't by any means actually mean to be pestering him, but with an over confident sense of curiosity. "I am only 6 feet long! I cannot fly, and I am not speeding!" he retorted to Almario Montesque. He fixed the bar patron with a hard stare, though the young dragon was only of three weeks of age.

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Reaius looked at the small group that had gathered around Marlene Angel. He padded on the bar counter over toward her, laying down where he was so that he wouldn't be too much of a nuisance.

"Might I see that gun of yours again?" he asked her, his eyes intent on the weapon that she possessed, and the power that could be held within such a very small object, which made absolutely no sense to him in the least, though that didn't stop his curiosity. "I promise I won't touch anything that will make it use its power." he said, for lack of a better term.

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Reaius lost patience with the agent and her gun, his attention being drawn to the ball that was spinning mid-air by the will of the patron not far down the bar. He jumped off of the counter and headed in the mans general direction, though his eyes stayed fixated on the moving ball. "How do you do that?" he asked, reaching up on his hind legs to see if he could touch it, and reaching out a tentative paw he tried.

Though he was unsure of the outcome that would result from touching it, he felt the overwhelming desire to do so. The young dragon was full of curiosity, and if he had enough time wit the gentleman who had created the ball, he would surely ask him to show him how. He looked over to West, before he touched the ball, or atleast, he tried to.

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Reaius whimpered as he was pushed away and he landed back on all fours "And why not? he asked, half sulking from not being able to tough the bright blue ball that was hovering mid air. Though his mood changed within a moment.

"Could you show me how you do that?" he asked, a smile broad on his features as he looked between West and the bright blue ball.

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The young and limber body of a Eastern Chinese Dragon made its way toward the double doors of Gambits, which had been replaced since the day before when someone had decided to crash through them and turn the stable doors into nothing but splinters. Though the dragon came here today on a better note, looking to make some friends and hpefully find the one he was looking for. He was looking for a rider, though more importantly someone who coud comfort him and be his, and only his; for the dragon didn't hold much to its name to begin with if anything. Reaius, was his name and this of which he was sure of, having given himself the name not to long ago.

The dragon was roughly of four weeks of age, and had grown remarkably since then. He now towered at a heigh to his shoulder at two and a half feet, while his length was close to six feet including his long tail, at the end of which was feathered and seemed soft to the touch though could be a powerful weapon once he was older. THe young dragon held scales of light grey, which had yet to hold there fully white pigment and his small mane was a darker grey with hints of blue. His eyes were blue as well, though at the base of his skull stood out a house of antlers. He held two of them, each with a small branch though they were straight and pointed out at a 40 degree angle; the tips were black and faded down to grey at the base.

Reaius padded into the establishment, pushing the swinging door with a shove of his nose. He then looked around at his surroundings, taking in the bar patrons and to look and see what the bar held today. For he seemed to discover many things here, among them things such as 'humans', 'goblins', and strange things called 'guns' which held mighty power while being so small. His blue eyes looked inquizitavly around him, a smile broad on his features as excitement built in him with the new things of which he could find out.

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Reaius would release a very unsavory hiss, barring all of his teeth as he saw the indigo dragon make suc ha rude remark, of which he retorted back almost instinatniously "I would never dare!" he hissed, putting his head down low as his tail moved from side to side angirly "I am not intruding on a thing, and the mere fact that you acuse me of so is absurd! You own this territory no more than any other creature here." he stated, lowering his head so that his long, foot and a half horns were aimed upward.

The young dragon had yet to establish an attribute to call his own, and was merely defenseless against the older and electic blue dragon that stood before him, though that didn't mean that he was going to be bullied into having to leave where he wanted to be, and this dragon was not going to stop hiim from staying here. Though he raised his head after a moment, holding it proudly as his dark grey mane that ran down his spine slowly moved in an unseen wind, the long feathers on the end of his tail doing the same as if an unseen wind moved them.

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Reaius looked down to Mealik as he laid down next to him, and took a step back just for precaution. Though the dragon was truly jealous of Theredax's lot of which he had none to call his own. He sat down on his haunches, staring at the dragon as his talons clipped on the wooden floors, his blue eyes intent on the other dragon's prize. Though it wasn't as if he wanted them, but rather wanted one of his own, a place to call his own, and a jewel of some sort to own. He had never owned such in his short lived life, and the fact that such a dragon as the one whom sat in front of him had more than him, put him over the edge in jealousy.

He kept his eyes trained on him, though he wouldn't move from his spot, not wanting to give in and walk away; no, he wouldn't be the first to do so. The young dragon tilted his head down, showing off his set of sharp antlers, even though he didn't mean to, it was just a defensive maneuver that he had inhabited out of mere instinct. His long tail twitched back and forth in agitation, the feathery tips of it pointed out as they almost seemed sharp, though this wouldn't happen until he at least reached adulthood and even then he still had a lot to grow.

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Reaius snorted smugly as it seemed that the other dragon had disappeared from sight, and he smugly stood up and shook his head, shaking his entire body in the process. He then released a sigh, putting his front talons onto the edge of the bar counter as he looked around for the current bar tender.

The young dragon had made the mistake of stealing from the bar once, and had paid for it indeed, and he wouldn't do it again. "Do you mind if I could get some raw meat?" he asked, not particularly asking for any kind or breed. Though he was desperately hungry, and was always seeking his next meal which could be his last. Being a young dragon and not having a rider had its downs, and that also meant that he wasn't growing properly because he lacked the proper nutrition to do so. He gazed across the bar at the large black beast that sauntered up to the bar and rather rudely placed itself on the counter without so much as to ask if she could. Though he didn't say anything, and instead looked back toward the bartender, looking for his slab of meat that would only quench his need of meat for some time, until he would have to pillage another person for more, even though he had nothing to pay for it with at the time.

This was yet another reason why he hated not having any treasure to call his own, not owning a single thing to his name and not having a scrap of land to even say was his territory. This bothered him deeply, though not being an older or bigger dragon he was reduced to waiting till he grew, which was going to happen very quickly at this rate.

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Reaius furrowed at the bartender and hissed as he withdrew, looking instead to the man whom had pulled out a small statue and placed it on the table. The small statue enticed him to the extreme as he looked at it, letting out a small trill of a sound as he looked for its owner, who could be found sitting next to it and looking at it quite quizzically just as he had.

"Where did you happen to find that?" he asked, tilting his head at Elithindalone in question as he looked at it with interest. "It looks really nice I must say." he commented and reached out a talon to stroke the small figurine, though he pulled back at the last possible moment and waited for the owner of the crystalline figure to permit him to touch it.

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The shadowy figure of a Eastern Chinese Dragon made its way through the haze that usually coated the ground amongst the ruins of a once magnificent church of some sort, though even through all of the hardship it had endured, most of the large main tower still stood tall. The young dragon was more interested in the lovely sound of the flute as it echoed off of the walls, even though it soon came to an end, he sought out the sound at its maker, wanting one of his own, or at least to hear such a beautiful sound again.

Reaius had scales of a dark gray, a black pigment settling in instead of the white that it was going to be in his earlier days, these things set to change depending on his diet, which at the moment wasn't much at all. His eyes were making a turn for an orange color, the blue that they once were now green as they changed. He also held a set of antlers, the black tips pointing out at a forty degree angle straight out from the back of his skull at nearly two feet long, which was long for his four weeks of age. He stood at nearly three feet at the shoulder and in length he was nearly seven feet including his tail which had a feathery black tip.

The young dragon kept his head low, though unfortunately his long antlers poked straight out because of this. He crept closer, though was stopped as he saw the sword fighting going on in front of him. He lowered himself closer to the rough terrain, his belly touching it as he watched the two, loving the originality of it, considering he had never seen it done before in his short lived life. In fact, he would love to take one of this fellows as his rider, though the young dragon knew he couldn’t have everything he wanted, and instead he resorted to just watching, knowing that he would be found out soon enough.