Where to begin… It has been a while since I have last made a post and a lot has happened.
It was not an easy life to get used to being an Au Ra. The scales, the tail, the horns… it was all different, hard to cope with, but I ended getting use to it a bit sooner than Anni had. I could see she was not really the same, I could tell it was hard.
Regardless, she still saw that it was me, even with my different physical features. I ended up hearing about an expedition of some sort to the desert, to go to some ruins and I heard rumors of a possibility of transformation spell. I knew of the vial we had at home, but this… this transformation was forced and was different. It was against my will.
I took the opportunity to sign up for the expedition. I said my goodbyes to my beloved Annimae and took off.
During the expedition I found a tome, it was old and I did not really understand half the words, but the team scholar was there with us and could help out. There where five of us. Me (a paladin), the scholar, an archer, a monk, and a samurai. We all explored the ruins and soon found ourselves leaving the ruins and returning home. It felt like months, but it was just weeks. One night, camping out just a few malm’s outside of Ul’dah, the scholar found a passage that I might find interesting. It was a bit hard for her to read it, but she gave it ago.
I don’t remember fully what happened, but I remember everyone standing over me, and asking if I was okay. It was the next day and I had been re-transformed to a Miqo’te! I was amazed it worked! I was so happy, my fluffy tail, my ears, and my ability to purr was back. I was so excited and ready to head home. Soon once I arrived, I met up with Anni just outside of Ul’dah. Once I revealed what had happened, she was beyond excited and jumped into my arms!
She kissed me and I her. I was such a great welcome! I explained to her of my adventure and she was amazed. I gave her the tome to look into as it could help or maybe further give her assistance with her works.
Now, I am back as a Miqo’te and find myself being grateful for what happened. She really has been by my side no matter what, and that is something that really means a lot. I could find no better wife, no better companion, nor lover, nor partner.
Now for new adventures as a miqo’te once again with my… friend…. my best friend.