Tuli sat on her bed, figuring out what to do next. She had almost gone to the Lavapool Inn, but knew her drinking would go out of control in her current state. She had forced herself to stay home and think of other options.
Ta-Koro no longer had anything for her, she figured. There was no reason for her to stay in Ta-Koro. Well, there was one... but he was on a mission now... and now that she thought about it, perhaps it was best to spare him her problems. Tuli was certain that the life of a detective was filled with adventure and duty. He would have no time to carry her problems as well, even if she gave love in return.
Tuli made her decision then. She would leave behind Ta-Koro. Everyone around here knew her, and that made getting a new job hard. She was willing to bet her outbursts were commonly known and maybe even feared. No, she would go to another village and do some work there. Perhaps she could even become a guard again, just in another village.
The hard part was deciding where to go. Having spent most of her life around men, Tuli had found she enjoyed it. That ruled out Ga-Koro, where majority of the population was female.
A natural solution was Onu-Koro. She could join the Ussalry, learn how to ride one of those crabs, and live out a new life for herself there. Yes. That sounded like a good idea.
Tuli packed up the few things she had quickly and left her hut. She decided not to sell it, instead storing some of her larger things there. As she walked the streets towards the tunnel, Tuli took a glance at Khervos's agency.
Goodbye Khervos, she thought. I actually feel something for you... but you will be better off without my troubles hanging over you.
After the routine checks at the gate (which were more brief than usual... did the guard want her out?) she was on her way, leaving behind the only home she had ever known.
OOC: I love drama. Tuli to Onu-Wahi.