Alicia gulped, they were getting closer. She could see the windows of her castle. She frowned, here comes the lectures. She landed in a feild near the front door. She hopped off of her dragon and waited for Xion to land. She didn't know what she was going to do. Her parents were going to be furious. She breifly remembered the argument they had had before she left.
"Alicia! You are not going, it is entirely too dangerous!" Her mother had snapped.
"But you know it won't be that bad. I'm the best chance you've got! Most warriors haven't mastered anything and I've mastered nearly everything. Just let me go, I can hold my own you know." Alicia snapped.
"No!" Her mother had insisted.
"Let her go, she is right. She'll hold her own and we don't have the right to keep such a firey heart inside these walls. Just let her go." her father said, obvioulsy tired out and annoyed.
"Thank you father! You won't regret this!" Alicia had grinned and run out of the room. SHe didn't look back to see the worried faces of her parents.
Andy smiled, "I actually thought you were proper for a second there." he shook his head, "It's nice to meet you as well." He smiled again. "I hate proper. With all of my heart, just saying. I have to act like it all the time and really I like to get out there and have fun. But, I am the heir to the thrown; therefore, I don't have someone to divert the attention away from my actions." He sighed.