It was like any typical morning. Though grant it, it was a tad bit earlier then normal. The sun had just risen and the dew on the grass was glistening in the cool, but warming air.
KayLee had just left the tavern and inn that she had spent the night. She wore her metal-coin skirt after had just finishing a little show for some food to make it through the day, and didn’t bother to change out of it.
Every time she took a step, the coins would jingle together. She paid no mind to it, after all it was morning, and the birds were waking up and beginning to sing their song. She had no worry that she would attract unwanted attention after leaving a tavern; after all it was down time in the lives of the ruthless and the drunks not mention most were still sleeping.
Along her travels since leaving the circus, the acrobatic squirrel-maid had learned some information about those who killed her parents when they raided the circus, and about those who lead them. But she didn’t get all fussed about it. Chances are, they were long dead by now. Though she did miss her family and her life in the circus, it was best to leave well enough alone. She’d deal with them if they crossed her path for a second time. No use wasting her life in search for them, It would just mean that not only did they kill her family, but they would also take her life if she chased them around and around. The best revenge would be to live happily and let them know they haven’t ruined her life.
Unknown to her, she was walking in the wrong territory when she had left the tavern and inn, nor did she notice someone leave behind her, and began to follow her.