As I listened to what the small creature had to say, i looked about the cave, then back at the map. His voice became extremely irritating. "Not sure how much of this creature I can take." I said to myself.
"I heard that." He said.
"Let us finish this conversation later. I must be on my way." I said to him as I walked out of the cave and into the snow, listening to it crunch under my feet like so many skeletal rats. The light from the city could barely be seen in the distance, and acted as a sort of compass. I ventured forward ifnoring the small one behind me, but none the less, it found its way under my robe, and clung to my leg. "Very well, I shall cary your weight as well." I said aloud.