Ajax shook his head, "Yeah and you wouldn't have it any other way Athena," he chuckled wincing in pain a little from laughing. Athena simply shook her head at Ajax and rolled her eyes, "And i am beginning to think you take advantage of that fact Ajax," she said lightly tapping him on the back of his head. Ajax sighed as Daxon ran past him and he reached out and touched her shoulder, "Hey pup, sorry for being rude. My anger gets the best of me sometimes," he smiled softly. Ajax looked around and raised his hand, water from a glass shook and then floated up gliding over to Ajax. Placing his hand over his wound Ajax closed his eyes and concentrated, the water pooling just between the two surfaces. After a few moments Ajax stood up and stretched, Athena simply scoffed and punched him in his thigh. "When did you learn to use healing magic?" she growled. Ajax laughed, "A few months ago Athena," he said and looked down at the wound. Though it was not completely healed it was a lot better then it was before.
"Hey old man tell me when my stuff is done ok?" Ajax said as he turned his back and went to move out the door. "Ok you stubborn goat, where are you headed off to anyway?" the smith asked. Ajax simply shrugged and turned the corner, leaving his helm and most of his armor there. Ajax walked the halls he ran when he was a child, though he was much bigger now the walls and pillars were still taller then him, but only by a few feet. A few gods passed him and started to whisper, Ajax simply stopped and growled and the scampered off. Moving along he made his way to the dinning hall and sat down, food appeared in front of him as well as ambrosia; food of the gods. Taking a small bite he smiled softly, "Haven't had that in a long long time," he said and moved to scarf down the rest of the food that appeared.