“Place them in the cupboard…” Xander began.
“I’ll show him,” I volunteered.
“If you’d like,” Xander replied, eyebrows raised.
“Maybe we can go for a run when we are done, unless you have other plans,” I suggested looking between the two of them. “Or feel you can’t keep up,” I goaded Turin.
Xander sent us of with a wave of his hand, smiling.
“Follow me,” I said walking past Turin leading him up the stairs that followed the curve of the stone wall and crossing to a naturally lit room that was mostly exposed to the forest. “This is where most of your time will be spent when you study,” I said gesturing to the large room. “It’s set up for light elves, but I’m sure Xander will let you use his study if you prefer.”
Turin turned to look at me, “Are you asking if I’m a dark elf?”
“No, just stating a fact,” I said turning towards a large door hidden in the earthen wall.
“I’m not,” he continued.
“I’ll keep that in mind,” I said opening the door,