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The two most distinctive features of the breed are its color and head shape. Its distinctive muzzle shape, coat color, large forward-tilted ears and striking green eyes set it apart from other breeds. The color of the Havana is a rich, warm, even brown — tending toward red-brown rather than black-brown. The coat is short to medium in length, smooth, lustrous and close lying.
The feel of the coat has been likened to that of a luxorious mink coat. Picking up a Havana for the first time can be a surprising experience, as this lithe-looking cat actually weighs more than it appears. Males are proportionally larger than females. Overall balance and proportion are stressed more than size.
The head is slightly longer than it is wide, narrowing to a rounded muzzle with a definite break on either side of very prominent whisker pads. When viewed in profile, there is a distinct stop at the eyes.
The one-of-a-kind muzzle is often compared to a light bulb or a corncob stuck on the end of the face. The striking oval green eyes of the Havana are unforgettable.
Any even shade of green is acceptable; the greener, the better. Ears are large, round-tipped, wide-set and pricked slightly forward, giving the cat an alert appearance. There is little hair inside or outside of the ears, with an obvious sparseness of hair in front of the ears. When we're in a tight spot, you're a right quick thinker and can pull off some fancy flying moves that I ain't ever seen before. But lately, you've been…".
River explained leisurely, "I think we may have lost the primary buffer panel. That's why we're drifting. Mal realized River was saying more than it appeared and looked over to Zoe. You're a great flyer, but your focus is lacking. You get too easily distracted. We need someone we can always count on behind the wheel of this little beauty. Several of us can fly, but none of us are particularly gifted at it. And a lot of times me and Zoe are going to be on the ground, needing to know we got someone dependable in the air.
Mal interrupted him and waved him off. And while I have no plans to be pulling River with us into any battlefields, there comes a point you need to act a little less like her doctor and a little more like her brother. Kaylee put a comforting hand on his shoulder. She's doing lots better. She should be allowed to make her own decisions, not you simply making them for her. River took both of her hands off the controls and turned to Mal. River beat him to it, and pulled them out smoothly.
Zoe jumped in with her softer voice. We need a pilot we can count on. You've seem to begun regressing a little bit here and there. And we're considering perhaps hiring a temp until you can get a hold on things again. Mal glanced behind him and saw how close she was cutting all the curves and turns. He winced in worry and turned away. So's your little sister. We ain't fixing to boot you, we ain't trying to put anyone in more danger.
But it's been a long time since we took on any new crew members, and having a pilot we can trust ready to pull us out of there is going to be a good thing.
Now Wash…" Mal grimaced a bit at the stoic unmoving expression on Zoe's face. But a pilot can. And River's just not cutting it anymore. Sort of wait and see if River improves any before revisitin' this conversation? Simon looked up at the Captain hopefully.
Maybe there's some new meds I can look into. Mal shook his head. I would love it if River could be our all-seeing eye in the sky, but she's not as good off as we were fooling ourselves into thinking.
She stopped after just one step and clenched her eyes shut. She put her hands over her ears as she hissed in apparent pain. Her eyes flew open and she whispered into the silence hanging in the room, "Potter.
Mal shook his head, closed his eyes and took a deep breath. No more horrifying and massive government conspiracies. Mal turned to Zoe's questioning face. She just jerked her thumb towards the empty seat at the controls of the ship and saw they were lined up to crash into a canyon wall. He exhaled at yet another unnecessary close call. He yelled loudly, "River, sweetie? This is exactly what I'm talking about. Mal just sighed and looked over at Kaylee, Zoe, and Simon.
I care for the well-being of the little one as much as anyone. And even if she ain't flying, she's still a member of the crew here. Certainly more so than any pilot we hire. But we gotta think about everyone involved… not just River.
We can find some other work for her if she needs to feel useful. There's plenty to do around here. I take control of the bridge all the time, and I'm not going to stop her from sitting in her pretty little chair. We just can't count on her, and we do need someone that we can count on.
When it comes to flying, she's even better than my man was. Mal kept the smile on his face, but he kept wondering how long they'd be walking on eggshells and when someone was just going to snap, whether that be Zoe, or the unfortunate person near her. Kaylee grinned and squeezed Simon's shoulder. We might find a pilot who becomes your new best friend.
Place an ad asking for skilled pilots with flexible morals and a strong dislike of the Alliance? We got some cargo to drop off around here, and I also happen to know Monty's got an office around here.
We may catch him in, or be able to locate him. I thought I'd see if he had any recommendations. Mal took no offense. Truth is, if we're on the ground making a drop or something, we need to know the eyes in the sky are open. And whoever's there is able to snap into action if the Alliance or Reavers pop in for a visit. Right now we just don't know for sure whether she'd be Johnny on the spot or clenching her head in pain as she stares in the bathroom mirror shouting out…".
Mal smiled happily as he calmly addressed the people near him. Mal smiled at his friend, looked away, and kicked the floor. So what brings you to the left buttcheek of the 'verse I sometimes call home?
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The story is pretty entertaining but harry is too special, perfect and amazing for my liking. Plus he feels OOC and the author rewrites magical rules at their liking so it ends up feeling like second-hand characterization, like they read a few fics and then built their own character who bears a passing resemblance to Harry Potter. They would've been better off with an OC inspired by harry. It wouldve been far more bearable.
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