"To the Radiant Southern Sun, I give you Queen Susan the Gentle. "Bravery, wisdom, & beauty, all surrounding the gentlest of women. "You must promise you'll be gentle, for this is love, not war, we are engaging in."
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Teaching and Training || Aldara and Susan 

narniaismyhome:

The girl laughed with the queen and she looked thoughtful for a moment before answer the question of Susan “it’s because of my uncle…” she looked again at the sky and said “I feel he’s up there looking at me” Aldara smiled and she directed her gaze to the queen “it’s a bit silly but it makes me feel good”.

Aldara listened to Susan admiringly and with an understanding smile “All of us will be always so thankful for all of your brothers and you do for Narnia, we couldn’t ask for more”. She stroked Susan’s shoulder hoping that gesture didn’t bother her “and smile please, you have a too beautiful one and you shouldn’t hide it”. Aldara saw Susan taking an arrow and she aimed to the target saying “let’s shoot together, do you want?” asked with a shy smile.

Although her lips were curling into a small smile, Susan’s eyes glistened with sorrow. She could only imagine the sense of lacking that was aching in her kind heart. “No,” she retorted, “It isn’t silly at all, it’s quite beautiful. I think you’re right, he’s watching over you.”

Susan smiled at her next gesture, brining her own hand to pat Aldara’s comforting one. “Thank you, I am exceedingly glad.” She grasped her hand and squeeze in comforting, showing she was thankful for her kindness. Susan drew her bow, signaling that she wanted to shoot. “Together we shall.” 


The Royals || Alex and Susan 

alexriderroleplay:

Susan’s reply Alex didn’t quite believe she wasn’t related to Edmund somehow, there was no doubt in Alex’s mind that they looked very similar, although girl was a little taller. Alex decided he would go along with the “lone girl in the meadow”. “So, lone-girl-in-the-meadow, do you have a shorter name?” Alex laughed as he asked. He had met a girl before who wouldn’t give him her name, and to this day she was still known to him as “Apple-girl”. “I’m Alex, I’m fairly new here still, but getting my way around. I love clearings with flowers like this, the woods is beautiful but it’s nice to see the sun once in a while.” Alex remarked and smiled. “So, do you live around here?” Alex asked.

The sun was high in sky now, Alex loved that point where is was at its highest, almost waving down at the little people it saw below, sometimes playing hide and seek in amongst the clouds. The grass and flowers looked as if they were “gleaming” in the sun. “It is a marvelous day. Not to hot either.” Alex remarked. “So what do you do on days like this?” Alex asked. “I, myself, love to swim, the refreshing water washing over your skin and watching the odd duck in the distance enjoying it just as much as you are, just feels brilliant.” Alex described to Susan as she continued marveling over the flowers. “Very observant and interesting” Alex thought as a first impression of the lone girl in the meadow. He still thought she was related to Edmund, they were both very friendly from the start, even to a stranger, but again decided not to pursue the idea. “Might lead to some complications later in the castle” Alex thought. He laughed when she asked if he was of the royals. “No, no, just a wandering, bored boy who happened to come across the lone girl in the meadow!” he said and chuckled some more.

She sighed softly, unsure whether or not the boy had fallen for her little white lie. He showed no signs of confusion, so she pressed on. When he asked for her name she remained silent as she briskly scanned her surrounding. Then, almost as if it was calling to her, Susan spotted a small floret of roses. A small grin creeped on her face, “Rose. You may call me Rose.” She sauntered forward, hoping the boy would follower swiftly behind her. “It’s a pleasure to meet you, Alex. Is your name short for something” There was no doubt she was curious, his name was unpretentious, something that rarely occurred in Narnia. “Yes,” she admitted, “I live around here. In fact, I serve as a lady in waiting to the Queen herself. Do you live in Cair Paravel?” She grinned now, enjoying her ongoing tale. 

The sun was glistening high in the heaven, it’s flaxen golden rays beaming down on the pair. The warm and brisk summer air caused her pale cheeks to turn a rosy red, indicating slightly burnt skin. Her pale sapphire eyes glistened when Alex mentioned the activity of swimming. At home, she would often swim competitively, but now living in Narnia, she didn’t have that luxury. Her next words caught her by surprise for it was unlike Susan to be so accessible and unladylike in front of a stranger, “Is there a lake nearby? I would just love to go for a swim.”


Teaching and Training || Aldara and Susan 

narniaismyhome:

Aldara laughed “I never lie my queen, well… Maybe a white lie to my siblings” said laughing and looked at her “and thank you for the compliment, that means a lot” said looking at the sky only a few seconds. That means my beloved uncle did a fantastic work, she thought.

When Susan offered to shoot again she nodded accepting and answered “it will be all a honour to train with you” Aldara smiled at her taking the arrow “Being a queen has to be very hard, you are always busy, aren’t you?” she put the arrow on the bow but she didn’t aimed at the target, she looked at her friend again “it’s admirable”

“We are all guilty of that crime,” she replied back, a small laugh echoing from her lips. She followed Aldara’s gaze up to the sky, the golden sun and it’s rays beaming over the pair. “Does the sky hold some sort of meaning to you, if you don’t mind me asking.” She had been noticing the girl’s undirected glances all day. 

“Usually, yes. It’s hard to make time for myself,” she confessed, the usual glint of happiness disappearing from her eyes, “But no matter it is my duty to my people and as long as the Narnians are happy, then so am I.” She motioned for Aldara to aim while she reached for another arrow. She brought the arrow to her bow, but remained still afterwards.



restimarofthesevenlords said: The man laughed, the other's anger flying right over his head. "Demolish the cake, I mean. He's an avid eater, isn't he?" Looking down at his cake, he added, "Maybe I should have brought a bigger one because you might not be able to eat and th--dinner at seven! Okay. Dinner, dinner." The last words came off as a song as the lord bowed low and went his way, but not before he waved excitedly at Susan. "Dinner at seven!"

Susan stood there for a moment, the process of words not forming on her lips. She silently waved back, knowing it was best to remain quiet.


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Teaching and Training || Aldara and Susan 

narniaismyhome:

Aldara laughed with Susan’s comment “maybe in a far future” The queen analyzed her form and, strangely in her, she didn’t feel uncomfortable. Her new friend started to give her some advices and Aldara paid attention.

“Square your shoulders” she repeated to herself in a whisper before do it “anchor the string to your lips” Aldara did it, remembering once that she done it when she was younger and the string broke hitting her lips. That memory made her smile but quickly she concentrated again in Susan’s words. She stared at the target obliterating what was around her. Aldara took a deep breath and shoot. The arrow pierced the distance with speed and stuck in the red almost in the yellow.

The girl was surprised with her shot and she turned to look the queen “Have I done that?” Aldara smiled and gave a little jump of excitement “sorry” she said laughing “it was so long that I didn’t do it…” the girl approached Susan “thank you for remind me how I like it” Aldara smiled a her.

Susan noticed Aldara’s sudden and undirected grin, though the smile lasted as quickly as it came. The girl’s eyes were now filled with centralization, heedfully focusing on the target at hand. Susan watched her posture, inspecting her form silently, the girl listened to Susan quite well. Her shoulders were squared, string to the lip so when the arrow pierced directly into it’s target, Susan indicated no surprise.

She smiled, “If I didn’t know any better I’d say you were deceiving me earlier, for you are a natural with the bow.” Susan sapphire eyes were beaming at her pupil, thrilled by her success. “It was my pleasure, thank you for allowing me to come out and teach you. I’ve been so busy as of late I haven’t had the time to come down here and practice on my own.” 

Susan reached to the side, her fingers gripping gently onto another arrow. The roughness of the bow itching her palm. She handed it to Aldara, gesturing for her to shoot again, “If you like, we can make this a routine thing.”


The Royals || Alex and Susan 

alexriderroleplay:

Alex was extremely relaxed. He was laying in a clearing just outside the castle, soaking in as much sun as he could before venturing off into the woods. He had just finished a good sword practice with Edmund and the trainers, and the nice “lay-down” was a perfect was to cool off. The weather was lovely, about 25 degrees C with a nice breeze blowing. He felt completely content, and could have easily fallen asleep.

Alex almost did fall asleep, until he felt someone, or something, nearby. As a spy, Alex literally felt these things. The hair on the back of his neck stood up just slightly, so he knew someone was near. He looked around, and his prediction was correct. Just off in the distance, he saw a woman. She was smelling the flowers around her and smiling, seemingly also enjoying herself on this beautiful day. Now, normally Alex would have just left her alone, but he noticed something about her. She had the same hair colour to Edmund, and something about how she looked reminded Alex of him. “A royal..” Alex thought. He wanted to meet them, they were amazing fighters and great allies. They were also friendly, not like the stereotypical king or queen (which to Alex was snotty and uninterested in common things). Still though, he was surprised, even if she wasnt the average queen, what she would be doing in a clearing. Was there anything interesting or worthwhile seeing for a queen in an empty clearing with a couple of flowers?

But, Alex went over anyway,His curiousity perked. Alex rarely missed an opportunity to explore a situation if he could help it. He guessed it was probably the spy in him. He walked over, and his suspicion was definetely true. The woman looked very similar to Edmund, most likely his older sister, for she must have been in her late teens or a little older. As he walked, he debated how he was going to introduce himself. Then he got it.

Alex came slowly closer to her, then remarked “these are lovely flowers arent they?”. For some reason, he didn’t feel nervous around her like he did with other girls. “By any chance, are you one of the queens of Narnia? You look an awful lot like Edmund.” He said and chuckled. 

Any remains of the dark and bitter night had finally set, leaving the bright golden sun to glisten high in the sky all on it’s own. Accompanying the sun was an abundance of ivory clouds, giving the sun and it’s rays a much needed break every now and then. The coolness of the air was nonexistent, instead a warm breeze managed to skim against her pale and fair skin. The scent of the quiet trunks and their leaves were crisp, like wet leaves, mildew and cold all mixed together. Steadily, she reached her hand out, her fingertips gently brushing against the emerald leaves next to her. Susan appreciated the ringing silence in the air, it’s muteness enabling her a moment to think and most importantly, be herself. The gentle queen was surrounded by a clearing of flowers. The grass was blooming with different florets, contrasting colors neighboring her every move. Over to her right laid trees which eventually lead to a verdurous forest. 

She glanced at a nearby trunk, it’s hefty roots peaking out from the loam ground. Her gaze was almost wary, she could not help but feel as if she wasn’t the only one roaming the clearing at this hour. Her footsteps were silent expect while occasionally making contact with fallen twigs and any other fragments left behind from nature. The crushing of the twig echoed slightly, the noise muffled out by the moaning wind. She sighed softly as she brought a hand to her face, brushing a strand of hair behind her ear. She pushed forward, continuing on her pathway and admiring her surroundings.

“These are lovely flowers, aren’t they?” Someone asks, the voice being deep and unfamiliar to Susan. The man continued, “By any chance are you one of the queens of Narnia? You look an awful lot like Edmund.” She fixed her soft eyes on the voice, the boy appeared to be profound and candid, so when her next words slipped out, she made no effort to correct them. “I’m just a lone girl wandering the meadow.” She smiled, hoping he wouldn’t catch her in her white lie. Susan wanted a chance to truly meet this boy, without having all the formalities in the way. “Who are you?” she inquired, “Are you one of the kings of Narnia?”



Everything you know is about to change.

Everything you know is about to change.


Teaching and Training || Aldara and Susan 

narniaismyhome:

“By yourself? Wow, that has a lot of merit…” Aldara looked at the bow like Susan was doing “I think that, although it has a charm, your talent has so much to do, I’m sure” said with a kind smile looking at Susan’s beautiful eyes.

The gentle queen suggested Aldara to try it again. She put another arrow in her bow and she put herself in the position, tensioning the bowstring and relaxing her shoulders. She felt the adrenaline through her veins and the emotion made her ears were burning, Aldara was happy to be there. “is it okay?” asked looking at her friend and she realized that Susan was looking at her and Aldara asked smiling “something happens?”

Susan nodded, her sudden ponders of doubt absconding from her mind. “Thank you.” she retorted, gracefully accepting the compliment since the girl appeared to be sincere and genuine — two traits that were rarely paired together. “In no time you’ll be a master at the bow.” Her kind eyes were smiling now, matching up incomparably with her curled supple lips. 

She stepped backwards, giving herself a better view of Aldara’s form. She squinted her eyes, her brain evidently at work. The young royal crossed her arms, a gesture that was open frowned upon, but nonetheless helped the queen concentrate at the task at hand. “Square your shoulders,” she softly told Aldara, “And anchor the string to your lips, then when you’re ready, take a deep breath and release.” 


restimarofthesevenlords said: "Oh! Edmund. I know him. Isn't he--demolish?" the man beamed at the sound of the word. "Demolish. I'd like that. What time is dinner?" Restimar suddenly clapped his hands, realization finally settling in. "Susan! Like 'Susan's horn' Susan? Of course! I really need to reread my history. We Telmarines twisted so much of history that it's difficult to know which is the truth in the midst of lies." His smile softening, he bowed low. "I am forever in your debt for aiding Little Cas--CASPIAN."

"Demolish?" she retorted, a small surge of anger glistening in her wide eyes, "Mind you, King Edmund is quite the opposite, he is a good man." she answered him, her past surge leaving her. "Dinner is at seven, then consider yourself debt free." She smiled at the Lord, thrilled that he had gracefully accepted her invitation. 


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Anonymous said: susan, how are you?

"I am well, grey friend, how are you? I trust you are in high spirits. I would hate to see you unhappy."


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I’ll miss Alexis a lot. 

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nrpconfessions:

I’ll miss Alexis a lot.

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Anonymous said: You are better than Katniss Everdeen.

"Katniss Everdeen?" she asked, "I must admit I have no idea who that is but nonetheless, thank you for such a lovely compliment." She smiled.


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