Zethos was not usually alone. But then, he was also not usually brother to a new father. So what did one do when one's brother had children unexpectedly, without telling you, and then proceeds to bring them home?
... One puts tiny human-girl-sized ads seeking therapists up in the Canyons, apparently, while trying to look inconspicuous and also as if he wasn't completely mortified with embarrassment on the inside. Apparently.
Zeth was having some trouble putting up the fliers, partially because they were much too small for him and partially because neither adhesives nor nails really worked in a place where much of the walls were made of canyon stone. Or at least, he was reasonably sure the duct tape Kitzu had given him wouldn't hold the ads on for too long, even though they hadn't blown away just yet... At least the rain wouldn't hurt them, as this part of the canyons didn't see much of rain. Not that it mattered anyways because he was reasonably sure that even if an eligible Draconic could read, the print would be too small. Kitzu had apparently not taken their size into account when she did this, but he couldn't really complain as he was the one asking a favor...
The Makiyan sighed and looked up at the cloudless sky. No birds, no bats, no Draconics... He was alone out here for the moment, looking silly with a bunch of posters clutched carefully in his claws and a roll of duct tape dangling messily from one of his horns, where he placed it for safekeeping so he could hobble along on the three legs he still had left to himself. If his mother could see him right now, he was sure to receive a lecture on conducting himself more gracefully.
Frustrated, lost, tired and lonely, Zeth decided to give up for the moment and sank down, discarding the advertisements and watching them blow away on the careless wind that swept the canyons. They flew quite a ways, and he fancied that they might just fly into the claws or hands of someone who might... Well, no, that was just absurd. But it was certainly more satisfying than painstakingly putting them up, that was for sure.371