"Auntie Aaos!" A young kitsune boy exclaimed, running to a long green lamia. "I missed you! Udah taught me how to manipulate fire last month. It only works when I'm a boy, though."
Aaos groaned, "I just wish you weren't in the care of some wizard, Hakura."
"But Udah is great!" Hakura replied, "He's encouraging, teaches me more than just magic, and he says I'll be able to choose a gender when I'm ready, too!"
Aaos nodded, "Yes, I know. But still, I wish we had found a mage or something else, like a djinni."
A wizard came down the stairs, he wore purple robes and, right now, no shoes, "Is that you, Aaos?" he asked, "Yes. I'd know you anywhere."
"Hello, Udah," Aaos said, "I came to take Hakura out for something. Never leaving your crazy home is like never leaving an insane asylum."
"I resent that insinuation!" Udah exclaimed, "I am not crazy!"
Hakura knew that they were going to get into a shouting match soon, so he exit the building so that Aaos wouldn't lose control of her instincts lik