How would Wolffe Dogma and Echo react to finding a baby deer satyr out on a peaceful mission in the woods? Said baby is crying and wailing out for its mother that is nowhere to be found.
- Wolffe just looks around awkwardly because he would have no idea what to do in the situation. He wasn’t even good with normal non crying children. After taking a few moments to wonder why it’s always him to get stuck with the weird shit, he finally approach the baby. He’d take off his helmet so he wouldn’t scare the poor thing, and try to calm it down. It be a little awkward, but eventually he’d be able to get it to stop crying. Eventually after some wandering around and doing some tracking, he’d find the mother and happily return her child.
- Dogma would be torn between continuing on his mission and leaving the wailing child, or taking a little bit of time to help it. The guilt of leaving a crying child behind though was just too much to bear, and he’d up going up to it. He be perplexed, he had never seen a satyr before and even wondered if this was some sort of hallucination. As he sat next to the child he’d try to talk to it, if anything just to calm it down. It does work after awhile and he’s relieved, then begins to wonder what he should do. He couldn’t take it with him, could he? He’s even more relieved when the mother actually ends up coming back, and awkwardly takes her gratitude.
- Echo would probably be the most prepared for this, though he’s still thrown off be the fact there’s an satyr in front of him. He heard of the myths, but he thought thats all it was. So that would be enough to get him interested. That, and he could never ignore a baby crying. He’d approach it, and let it know he meant no harm to it. He try to earn it’s trust, and give it some fruit he found nearby. When it’s calm down then he sit with it, and talk to it in a kind voice. He would know in these situations it was better to stay put, the mother would eventually come back, and distracted the child in the meantime. When the mother did finally come back he’d be relieved, but also a little sad he wouldn’t get to be with the child any longer.