She laughed. It all makes sense now. "That's why. Mirrors convey reality...they are immune to my kind of magic." They were at the base now. "Well, I'll leave you to do whatever it is you do here." She waved and started back towards her room to drop off her things.
He smiled at her retreating back. "See ya!" he said.
(( Oh, hi! ))
She wandered back to her room, tossing her stuff in a corner on the floor, and flung herself back on the bed. Wierd how everything worked out like this. She would've never thought...
Eventually, she fell asleep with the door open a crack and the sun shining outside.
The next morning...
He woke up early, the sun barely up. He smiled as he stood up, putting on some new clothes. He opened up the door to the hall, stretching and cracking his neck.
She slept pretty deeply. She had never really been one to favor getting up early, even if she had gone to bed in the afternoon. She always had to get up early working for the king, so she was glad to sleep late whenever she could. It recharged her magic and killed time.
He went down the hall and knocked on her door. "Time for training!" he yelled with a smirk plain on his face. He chuckled. He loved doing that.