"Very good, my prized student, you successfully blocked my attack." An old, cracked voice croaked through the air in the lush grassy forest. The speaker was an old elfin man, voice full of praise for the young girl that stood in front of him. This was no usual girl, her visible eye was hazel, and the other hidden by the long purple bangs that hung over the left half of her face. She was unusually tall for a ten year old, like the man she was Elfin but her skin was pale blue. The girl was clad in a simple brown tunic and dark blue trousers. Armour covered her shoulders and her wrists were encased in armoured gauntlets.
"I am ready to have another go when you are, Eecon!" She growled, raising her Katana in front of herself defensively. Her chain mail skirt jingled as she shifted her pose.
"No, Meegon." Eecon smiled. "You are young and have trained enough for today. Go, get some rest."
Meegon sighed and sheathed her Katana in the scabbard that hung on her back. She nodded.
"Okay, thank you very much, Eecon."
Eecon nodded in reply and the young girl climbed the tree into her hut.
A few years later, a grown woman that bore a slight resemblance to Meegon, made her way into the forest. Bows pointed her way but the beautiful elfin woman whipped her staff and cast a spell that rendered the archers motionless.
"Dear Eecon, I have come for my daughter, I want to speak to her."
Eecon approached her cautiously.
"And, what if she does not want to speak to you, Konniechora?" His calm blue eyes locked on to her violent hazel eyes.
"I want to speak to Meegon NOW!" Konniechora replied forcefully.
"No." Eecon answered calmly. "I am not letting you see her as long as I live. You left her here to await her death. What kind of mother does that? You are not worthy to be a mother."
Konniechora let out a heavy sigh and left with an angry flick of her violet ponytail and a mutter, casting a spell on her sleeping daughter. A few hours later the 13 year old Meegon, now dressed in a full chain mail tunic, approached him her broad sword drawn.
"I am only going to ask you once, where is my mum?"