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'I'm guessing there's a but in here somewhere,' Richard said and Aura nodded. Daiya gripped his hand tighter all of a sudden and she must have realized something Richard hadn't. 'Both Queen Reiea and King Dycoz agreed that for our nations to work together they would need a symbol of unity to look up to. That's mostly what these talks have been about. For his part, King Dycoz has been pushing that an exception be made in the law that doesn’t allow students of the Majou Academy of Magic to marry while they attend. He wanted the two of you to be that symbol for the troops from both nations to look up to. He was still open to other idea's, but once Richard showed that he could tame and ride a greater dragon he refused to accept anything else other than your marriage.' 'Aura, are you saying… what I think you're saying?' Richard stuttered slightly and she looked him dead in the eyes. 'It was finally agreed on tonight. The law will be lifted on the two of you and you will be wed,' she answered and her voice and body posture were serious. 'Wow…' Richard sighed and it felt like his brain was being overstuffed with things he needed to worry about now, 'that's really… soon.' Aura reached out and placed a gentle hand on his knee before speaking once more, 'If neither of you is comfortable enough or ready for it, Queen Reiea says you can decline the offer. She understands it is a big life decision.' 'I don't have any problems,' Daiya said confidently and looked over at Richard. 'Do you?' It was amazing how fast two full days could pass when there was a massive life changing event waiting for you. Richard had tried to fill up his days with as much stuff as he could, but it still didn't stop him from thinking about the upcoming wedding that stared he and Daiya down. He trained with Master Riyo (only with wooden swords so he wouldn't get cut before the ceremony), learned how to handle, train, and care for a massive dragon, practiced his magic with Lythia and Lisbeth, and even began learning how to help out in the nursery. By the time he got to bed each night he would pass out immediately; only to wake up the next morning with his first thought being about getting married in another day or two. Richard and Daiya were only allowed to see one another the second day before the wedding, and then she was whisked away by her mother, sisters, Aura and Coni to a private mansion the royal family owned on the edge of the city. Back on Earth it was tradition for the bride and groom not to see one another on the day of the wedding; here it was a full twenty four hours. This was tough on Richard as he really didn't know what to expect and he had been relying on Aura and Daiya's knowledge of the ceremony to help him out. Now he was left alone with a bored Lythia and Lisbeth who was more interested in feeding Loki slabs of meat while petting him. One good thing to happen was that Richard was allowed someone to stand up at the altar with him, sort of like a best man. There was only one person he knew on this world who fit that bill; Karo. The minute he heard about this from King Dycoz he sent out an envoy to find Karo and bring him back, forcefully if need be. With the help from a Dragoon Knight, Karo arrived late afternoon the day before the wedding and even brought his fiance Sabina along as well. It had been three months since he and Karo last saw one another but they didn’t skip a beat. But it turned out that Karo took after Lisbeth and was so impressed with everything around him that he was little to no help. Sabina had to strongly remind him why he was there and that he now had duties since Richard chose him to be his best man. Unfortunately he knew even less than Richard did on what to expect and they both found themselves floundering horribly. One thing Richard had learned was that unlike on Earth, married couples on this world didn't wear wedding rings to signify their bond. So Richard got the idea in his head that he and Daiya would be the first, and with the help of a palace attendant, he managed to get in touch with a jeweler and he ordered two ornate wedding bands to be made before the ceremony. He really didn't have any money of his own but he was sure that Aura wouldn't mind so he would charge it to their name and worry about it later. And with that out of the way he and Karo were fitted for brand new dress suits to wear for the occasion and it took the better part of a day just to get them finished. The work the tailors did was amazing though, and both young men looked very sharp as they checked it out in front of a large mirror. When Richard woke up the morning of his wedding he was in full panic mode and running around the palace like his head had been cut off. The rings hadn't arrived yet, his suite had a loose thread he was afraid to pull on, Loki had decided to take a mud bath during the night, and he still had no idea what was expected of him during the ceremony. Lisbeth, Karo, and Sabina did their best to calm him down and get him to eat breakfast, but he didn't feel hungry at all. He honestly couldn't believe he was getting worked up over something like this. Richard had been looking forward to getting to know Daiya over the next three and a half years before they were supposed to originally marry; but their marriage had now been turned into a political tool to help the war effort. He shouldn't be freaking out about it should he? But he was! By the time lunch was served in the palace, Richard had only managed to get his suit fixed and Loki bathed. Tending to Loki took the most time and it was a total disaster as it seemed Loki didn't like to be washed. Richard had heard that trying to bathe a cat was a hard thing to do, but he would honestly take that over a nine hundred pound dragon that would try to fly away whenever you got close to him with a brush and bucket of water. He actually had to get Karo and Lisbeth to tempt Loki with fresh meat just so he could wash him and it took them close to two hours. After it was done he made sure to send Loki to the Dragons Den so he couldn't go off and find another mud puddle to lie in. King Dycoz and Queen Rina were dealing with getting everything set up on such short notice and had already left the palace before anyone else had woken up. That meant Richard was left alone with Karo, Sabina, Lisbeth, Lythia, and Prince Pochiro who couldn't be bothered to do anything but sit in his room and read the entire day. It wasn't until around four in the afternoon that a very welcome and familiar person returned to the castle, and Richard almost tackled her in his glee to see her. Apparently Aura had left the others to come and check up on him, since he was technically her son; she was shocked to find that he had no idea what he was supposed to be doing. Apparently the ceremony started at six that evening and it was expected that Richard and Karo were there at least an hour and a half before that. That meant they only had half an hour to get bathed, dried, dressed, groomed, and to the church on time. The next thirty minutes were the most rushed and harrowing of Richards life and by the time he, Karo, and Aura got into the carriage he felt like he was dying. He still didn't have the rings yet and had asked an attendant to go into town and track them down before the ceremony started. On their trip to the church Aura proceeded to tell him what else would be going on. Both Richard and Karo tried to mentally catalog everything they were being told, but there were so many things that it was hard to remember even half of it. So Aura took them through it again. She wasn't able to finish the second time though as the carriage pulled up in front of the massive church in the heart of the city and they got out. People lined the streets in all directions and they chanted in both English and Elfish when he stepped into view. It was so deafening that he could barely hear Aura as she said something interesting about the church that stood extremely tall and had multiple spiraled steeples and towers coming out the top. He didn't have time to admire it though as he was soon being ushered inside the cavernous interior by a well dressed Dark Elf usher. Guests were expected to start arriving any time now and Richard and Karo were led to a secluded room in the back of the church where they wouldn't be seen. Aura promised to come check up on them after she took care of setting a few things up and then left. The second she disappeared from sight Richard felt his knees start to buckle and he was forced to sit down in a rickety old wooden chair while Karo smiled on nervously. He was most likely thinking about his own nuptials that were scheduled for a few years down the road and realizing just how stressing something like this was. Richard would gladly trade places with him though. 'Do we bow to the King and Queen when they enter the church, or once they've sat down?' Richard asked as he had suddenly forgotten what he had been told. Karo flashed him an alarmed look but his face relaxed a second later as the answer came to him. 'We bow when they sit down, and then you and Daiya will bow to them again once you leave the church after the ceremony. Don't forget that Queen Reiea is here as well, so you will have to do it more than once,' the slightly older man answered and ran his hand through his long blonde hair. They sat there in silence for a few moments and Richard's entire body began to shake in fear as he counted seconds until they turned into minutes. 'What do you think would happen to me if I ran?' he joked trying to lighten the heavy mood around him. 'I'm not sure what her parents would do, but I'm pretty sure Daiya would roast you alive if you did,' Karo answered with a chuckle and Richard forced a laugh out. It was hollow and empty sounding though. 'Take a deep breath, Richard. It's not the end of the world… well not entirely…' 'Thanks… that makes me feel a lot better,' Richard replied sarcastically and his friend laughed nervously as he took a seat next to his friend. They continued to sit there in silence as the sounds of voices echoed through the larger section of the church. It sounded like close to a hundred people had arrived already and the wedding was still an hour away from beginning. Richard's mouth was starting to get dry so he shakily poured himself a glass of cold water from a pitcher that had been left out for them. It did nothing to quench his sudden thirst though and he slammed the glass down in annoyance. Karo noticed this and he reached into an inside pocket of his suit and pulled out a small animal skin flask, holding it out to Richard. 'Lisbeth gave this to me in case you started to get jittery,' he said and Richard tentatively grabbed the flask from him. 'You know how good she is with elixirs right? Well she says this one will calm you down enough so you won't make a fool out of yourself out there.' 'Remind me to thank her after this,' Richard said and pulled out the stopper. He put the flask to his lips and drank deeply from it, draining the sweet liquid in one gulp and swallowing it down hard. He felt a sudden warmth rush through his body and his mind cleared up a little as a small smile crossed his lips. They both laughed at that and Richard didn't even seem to notice the tension hanging over him like a wet blanket anymore. With fifty minutes to go there was a knock on the door and an attendant let himself in. He handed Richard a small box with the two rings in it and then left quickly after wishing him luck. Richard really wanted to open the box to see how the rings looked, but he didn't trust himself right now so he handed Karo the box and told him to hang onto until he asked for them later. He didn't plan on giving it to Daiya until after the ceremony anyways; maybe during the reception back at the palace. With only half an hour left there was another knock on the door and Aura entered, quickly followed by the Arch-Bishop from Alysia. Richard greeted Aura with a light hug so he didn't wrinkle her beautiful lavender dress that hung gently from her body, and then turned to bow to the Arch-Bishop. He didn't follow their religion but he knew this was a man of power and influence so it was proper to salute that side. 'I'm surprised you look so composed,' Aura commented as she closed the door behind them. 'You should have seen him thirty minutes ago,' Karo laughed and even the Arch-Bishop chuckled lightly at the remark. 'It's common to be a little nervous on such a momentous day,' the elderly man said with a gentle smile, 'but I'm glad to see you're not letting the nervousness get to you too much. It really shows what great character you have to be smiling right now.' 'Well, I had a little help from an elixir a friend made for me,' Richard admitted sheepishly and Aura giggled. 'Whatever helps, right?' the Arch-Bishop said and took a step closer to Richard. 'I've just come to tell you that there's been a change to the ceremony. After you have been wed, King Dycoz will hold a special ceremony for you. He wants to keep it secret, so all I can tell you is that when he stands and walks towards you, you need to get on your knees and bow your head before him. After that there's nothing else you will need to do.' 'Um… okay…' Richard said slowly and wasn't sure what to make of this sudden change. It sounded simple enough though so he wouldn’t worry about it. 'Now, I must leave to go meet with Princess Daiya when she arrives. You and your friend stay here until someone comes to get you, and remember to have a good time out there. This is a joyous day for you and your fiance and you should enjoy it. Be well, my son.' Richard and Karo bowed their heads as the man smiled upon them and then left, closing the door tightly behind them. Richard lifted his head to see that Aura was still there and he smiled, hoping she would be there until the time came for him and Karo to leave. Ever since he had first arrived on this world she had always been there to help guide him along and he would feel lost without her. 'Your cloak is a little crooked,' she said and adjusted the deep purple royal cloak until it fit on his shoulders just perfectly. 'There, much better.' 'Thanks,' he said and it felt like the effects of the drink he had been given were starting to wear off. His hands shook slightly and his mouth was starting to get dry again. 'Will you be here until it's time?' 'I'm afraid not,' the blonde woman answered with a sad shake of her head, 'I have to go and greet the guests again. I'll be in the front row watching you though, so make me proud okay?' Richard nodded and Aura pulled him into a tight hug before walking out of the room. As soon as she was out of sight he fell back into the hard wooden chair and let out a long and low sigh that rattled his lungs. It wouldn't be long now and he could hardly believe this was happening. The sound of talking coming from outside the room had turned up a notch and it was all Richard and Karo could to not open the door and peak out. On more than one occasion they had caught one another shifting slightly towards the door and it provided them with a good, albeit nervous laugh. At ten minutes to go an usher popped their head into the room and notified them that they should make their way to the altar now. Both Richard and Karo stood stiffly and took a deep breath as the time had finally come. As they left Karo patted him heavily on the back and whispered a 'good luck' before they were out the door. The minute he stepped out into the main hall of the church he instantly wanted to turn around and go hide in that small room again. Close to five hundred people sat in pews and chairs and all their eyes followed Richard and Karo as they walked towards the large and ornate golden altar at the front of the church; they had even stopped talking and you could hear their footsteps echo off the stone floor with each step. In weddings on this world it was customary for the groom to not see his bride before she was standing beside him, so Richard was forced to stare at the altar and he found it was the hardest thing he had ever done. Even if Daiya hadn't entered the building yet. Karo had promised him earlier that he would tell Richard how she looked when she appeared but it wouldn't be enough. She was already such a beautiful woman that he couldn't figure out how they were going to top that for this event. His knees were shaking, his hands sweating, and his head spinning as he stood there on the spot and waited for everything to begin. They still had to wait for King Dycoz, Queen Rina, and Queen Reiea to arrive, so until that happened he knew he still had time to mentally prepare himself. Nothing he seemed to think about worked though and he was more focused on the feeling of hot sweat on his forehead more than anything else. He desperately wanted to reach up and wipe it away but he was painfully aware of the hundreds of eyes on him in that moment, so he thought better of it. He was so focused on that, that he didn't realize things had already begun until Karo nudged him gently. 'They're here,' he whispered and Richard forced himself to turn around. The massive wooden doors at the other end of the church had opened and the imposing figures of the King and Queen of Elothia walked slowly down the long and wide aisle towards them. Just behind them was Queen Reiea accompanied by Aura and Richard couldn't help but notice the massive scowl on the young Queens face. It took them a good two minutes to reach their seats in the very front row, and Richard felt like he was going to fall over at any moment. His legs were threatening to dump him on his ass at any moment and he had to strain all his muscles to keep that from happening. As soon as all three Royal members sat down both Richard and Karo took two steps towards them and bowed deeply at the waist, just like they had been instructed by Aura. Each of them nodded their heads in approval and Richard was free once more to turn his back on the congregation and focus on one small section of the altar in front of him, forcing his eyes to not move from that spot no matter what. The next few minutes were absolutely excruciating and Richard almost broke down several times as the thought to run burned through his mind. If Karo wasn’t standing on his right he probably would have done it. But finally, after an agonizing wait that seemed to drag on forever, the massive wooden doors swung open and Richard could hear as people left their seats and stood. A hushed whisper ran through the church but Richard couldn't make out anything anyone was saying. He was dying to turn around and thankfully Karo nudged him softly. 'Try not to faint when you see her,' his friend whispered into his ear and Richard felt a tingle of anticipation run down his spine. He could hear two sets of heels clacking against the hard stone floor and the sound gradually grew closer as the tension in the room built higher. The walk down the aisle seemed to take five times longer than when the King and Queen's had done it and it took everything he had not to turn around. But finally, after a long wait, he felt a presence on his left hand side and he shifted his head to take in who was there; Richard actually had to do a double take. Daiya stood right next to him with a nervous smile on her face. Her hair was done up in a very intricate and beautiful style with a small and thin silver tiara capping it off. She wore a long and very elegant light green dress (a traditional color for Dark Elf brides) and it hugged her delicious looking curves perfectly. She smelled of vibrant blooming flowers and there was a twinkle in her eyes that seemed to draw Richard in as he looked upon her gorgeous form. He was sure he was smiling like an idiot in that moment but there wasn't a single thing he could do about it. 'Don't stare,' she whispered and smiled at him, 'it's embarrassing.' 'S… s… sorry,' he stuttered, 'you're just so beautiful.' A flush of pink touched Daiya's tanned cheeks and she gently touched his hand with hers before fixing her attention on the large altar ahead of them. A moment later the Arch-Bishop appeared before them and smiled warmly down on them as he came to stand in front of them, holding both his hands up to quiet the crowd behind them. When all the noise died down he raised a single hand in the air and spoke in a loud and powerful voice that you wouldn't expect to come from such an old looking man. 'I'd like to thank everyone for coming this day on behalf of the couple! We have all gathered for a single reason, to witness their lifelong bond that is built upon mutual respect and honest feelings. I have spoken to both Princess Daiya and Lord Proud and I am happy to say that they were both excited, and we wish them all the best in life. Now, Lord Proud, if you would take Princess Daiya's hand in yours we can begin.' Richard did as he was asked and held tightly onto Daiya's slightly trembling and warm hand. The way he grabbed onto it seemed almost perfect as their engagement marks faced both up and down, glimmering slightly in the light coming in through the large glass windows on the roof. It was like two sides of the same coin and Richard found it almost poetic. 'Today, in the presence of the Great God, you two have come to commit your lives to one another for all of eternity. The path you both walk down in life will not be easy, and there will be moments when you can't handle it. But you will find solace and comfort in the others presence and you will never be alone. Let no one or no thing come between your bond and place one another above all worldly desires. Cherish the bond between the two of you and nurture it like a budding flower, growing it for the rest of your days. Confide and trust, honor and hold one another for you are two sides of the same soul. Let each day be a wonderful new journey for the both of you and find your way through life as one. Please, kneel and I will lead us in a short prayer.' Still holding hands, Richard and Daiya gently fell to their knees and the Arch-Bishop placed a gentle hand on both their shoulders and began to whisper in a strange language that flowed forth. Richard bowed his head and tuned out the unknown words, choosing to focus on the warmth coming for Daiya's hand as she squeezed his gently. The prayer went on for a good two to three minutes before the Arch-Bishop told them to stand and an altar boy appeared with a plush red pillow with two large blue flowers on top of it. 'As per Elothian tradition, I ask that the two of you receive a flower and place it on the altar. This will signify your commitment to each other under the sight of God. Once you have placed the flower on the altar say a short, personal prayer.' Daiya reached out and clutched the flower closest to her, taking a step towards the massive golden altar in front of her. Richard did the same and followed Daiya's example by placing the tender flower atop the altar and once more kneeling to say a private prayer. The prayers weren't said out loud, which was good for Richard as he had no idea what he should say. He wasn't religious by any meaning of the word so he simply made a silent wish; a wish that he and Daiya would be happy for as long as they both shall live. With that done, he and Daiya stood and took a step backwards as the Arch-Bishop moved in front of them once more, a small smile on his lips. 'Lord Proud, do you promise in the sight of God, family, and friends to cherish Princess Daiya? Do you swear to uphold her ideals and be a lifelong companion that she can trust and rely on?' 'I… I do,' he pushed out his answer as loud as he could, which wasn't very loud at all. 'And Princess Daiya, do you promise in the sight of God, family, and friends to cherish Lord Proud? Do you swear to uphold his ideals and be a lifelong companion that he can trust and rely on?' 'I do,' she announced loudly and Richard wished he had even half of her composure. 'Then it is by my decree that you are now joined in matrimony! Please turn to the congregation,' the Arch-Bishop announced and both Richard and Daiya turned on cue and clasped hands once more. 'For the first time ever, I present to you Lord Richard and Princess Daiya!' The crowd in the church stood from their seats and began to applaud Richard and Daiya. It wasn't an exuberant clapping, more of a loud yet regal noise that almost sounded like it had been choreographed. In the very front row, next to a gently scowling Reiea, was Aura. She stood proud and tall and beamed up at Richard like she couldn't be more happy for him. It felt really good to see her face in that moment and he smiled back while mentally reminding himself that he shouldn't wave to her. The really strange part was that both Coni and Lythia were smiling up at him as well and it made him feel a little awkward. King Dycoz held up his hands and the crowd abruptly stopped their clapping, a look of confusion running through them as they wondered what was going on. A second later the towering man stepped towards Richard and he took this as his cue to fall to both knees and bow his head before him. He had no idea what was going on and only following what the Arch-Bishop told him when they had met earlier. Peeking up Richard saw King Dycoz grab hold of Dark Star from Aura who was holding it out. He unsheathed the black blade that glinted in the light, not a single scratch on it from his run in with May. 'Daiya, if you would,' he said loud enough so everyone could hear him. The crowd was still standing and looking on with interest as Daiya took the sword from her father and came to stand in front of Richard. 'Lord Richard,' she spoke and her voice slightly trembled as the day started to get the better of her, 'For your service, skill, and dedication, it has been decreed that you shall be inducted into the Dragoons! By my right as the heir to the Elothian throne, I pass onto you the rank of Dragoon Lord and all the accoutrements that go with it. Henceforth, you shall uphold the values, virtues, and honor of the Elothian and Alysian crowns!' Daiya tapped the sword against the top of Richards head and handed it back to her father. A moment later Coni came out of the crowd and knelt down next to Richard, a small smile on her lips. She gently moved his royal cloak from his right shoulder and shifted it all the way to his left. She then stood, bowed before Daiya and King Dycoz and then returned to where she stood next to both of her sisters. 'I present you with the Cloak of the Dragoons,' Daiya began to speak once more and was handed by her mother a long flowing green cloak with a dragon painted on it. 'With this cloak and your companion, the Greater Black Dragon known as Loki, you will officially be recognized as Dragoon Lord Richard, my husband. Now rise!' As he rose up from his knees Daiya leaned into him and placed the cloak around his neck, letting the material hang on his right shoulder. She placed a gentle kiss on his cheek and then moved back, handing his sword to him hilt first. Richard softly took Dark Star from her trembling hands and did a flourish with it before holding it before his face in a salute; a move that Master Riyo had taught him the previous day. He repeated the same move towards King Dycoz and then accepted the scabbard being offered and sheathed his sword before throwing it over his back and out of the way. Daiya was quickly at his side and her hand slid into his as she leaned in and whispered 'good job' into his ear. A moment later King Dycoz moved back to his seat and all the royals sat down, their hands folding on their laps as they waited for the progression out of the church to begin. Richard and Daiya stepped forward and bowed gracefully to all of them before slowly walking to the aisle hand in hand, and beginning the march to the massive wooden doors. As they passed by people who had been invited to the wedding, Richard was surprised to see that each and every one of them bowed to both of them as they went by, their heads down and no words spoken. Before he knew it they were walking out into the hot evening air as the sun had already begun to set in the distance. Crowds of Dark Elves that lined the streets by the church surged at the line of armored guards and cheered as they saw Daiya and him come into view, their hands high in the air as a roar rippled through the entire area. A large golden and open topped carriage waited at the bottom of the church steps and Daiya gently led him by the hand towards it. They climbed in and the driver slapped the reins to get the horses moving. They were apparently to take a long tour around the city before returning to the palace, something he was not made aware of beforehand. It was to allow the people in the city to see them and make their presence known throughout the kingdom, which once again reminded Richard that this was a political marriage more than anything else. He tried not to let that thought bother him and began to wave to the masses like Daiya was doing, a stupid smile plastered to his face. 'Well that was nerve wracking,' Daiya said softly to him so her words didn't carry to the crowd. 'It felt like I was going to melt under all those stares.' 'You did better than me. I almost blacked out a couple of times in there,' he smiled in reply and gently squeezed her hand as she smiled back. 'It's hard to believe that we're married now.' 'You're not starting to regret coming back here are you? Because we've only been married for ten minutes.' 'I don't regret the decision I made; in fact I have proof of that,' he said gently and reached into his pocket. He had gotten the ring box off of Karo before he left the church and felt now was as good a time as any to give it to her. He pulled it out and held it to her, opening it with the hand that been holding hers. 'Married couples on my world give each other a ring to symbolize their commitment. I think it has to do with a circle being never-ending or something. So I had these made for us.' Daiya looked down at the box and gasped at what she saw. In a moment where he thought the rings looked horrible, Richard looked down and saw why she had gasped. Both rings were almost identical. Made from shining silver they were thin and were inlaid with tiny little silver flowers accented with gold around the petals. One of the rings held a large shimmering diamond on the top of it and Richard realized that one was Daiya's.

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