They were not even close to being leveled evenly.
She skewed her lips into various amusing shapes as she pondered her predicament. She had nothing of higher level anywhere else on the base to move, which meant all her best towers were where they should be. But to make this right she’d have to level three towers eight times each to catch up…
That would be a whole mess of lumber.
Dally sighed as she straightened, folded her arms across her chest and began to pace. Voron retreated to the window ledge. He cocked his head to his left as he watched Dally pace and listened to her outline her plan aloud.
“Ok, so, I don’t need to level right now. Three or four levels are enough. So, I could just work on these towers only, and that would work. BUT, I also need sigil for Fomhar, which means points, which means also leveling using shards and embers…which means leveling towers other than these three.” She looked over at Voron, who spread his wings and seemed to shrug.
Dally rolled her eyes and smiled. “You are no help today, are you?”
“I’m a bird!” the raven replied. He shrugged again, folded his wings and turned his attention out the window.
Dally chuckled. “That has never stopped you before, Voron.” She turned her attention back to the screen and sighed again. She watched Voron for a few moments, then smiled as the idea formed in her head.
“I think maybe I need to look at things from a different perspective,” she said thoughtfully.
“Fly!” Voron said excitedly, and flew out the window.
Dally turned and flung open the chamber door, and bounded down the stairs and onto the base. She slowed down quickly as she exited, and Voron came to perch on her shoulder. She walked briskly to the Training Den, and motioned to one of the guards standing outside.
“Please have one of the Druids bring me Hauset?”
“Yes Dragon Lord,” the man replied, and he quickly entered the Den.
Dally rubbed her finger on Voron’s beak. “I think I owe you an apology, my friend. You did have the right idea. I need to see things from a bird’s point of view. Time to fly!”