Set One: [link]
Set Two: [link]
Set Three: [link]
Set Four: [link]
Set Five: [link]
Set Six: [link]
Set Seven: [link]
Set Eight: [link]
Set Nine: --
Set Ten: [link]
Set Eleven: [link]
Set Twelve: [link]
Set Thirteen: [link]
Set Fourteen: [link]
Now, one question you might be asking: Why would Frost have problems killing somebody? He kills people ALL THE TIME!! True, he does, but Frost DOES have rules. [link]
One of them is to not mess with people who don't deserve it. Furthermore, Frost is a VERY good judge of character on an instinctive level, and EVERYTHING he's getting from his instincts says that Moscorn doesn't deserve to be on his kill list. His fears, of course, say otherwise, and demand that he compromise his principles and instincts in service to them.
So yeah, it's a big deal for him.
Thankfully, we have Rhi show up convieniantly to remind him that there is more to life than fear. There's friendship. And the Power of LUUUUURRRVE. Awwwwww...
All right. Who was it? Who was responsible for making me into a hopeless romantic?
It was YOU, wasn't it? WASN'T IT? KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!
and her ridiculously wonderful character.
Frost (c) Me
Rhi, Aevris, Kiret, and Lena (c)