Riley stretched, readying himself to go for a fly and just relax in general. His dark purple ears kept picking up every sound he heard nearby and it partially annoyed him, mainly because of all the bug sounds he kept hearing. Riley suddenly spread his dark purple wings and took to the sky. He was enjoying the nighttime air above the trees. Riley then became aware of a new sound that wasn't a usual forest sound. Most of the time, Riley would hear various nighttime animals but this was a different sound. It sounded like someone crying. He quickly flew down towards the crying and when he got there he saw a girl with dark gray bat ears and bat wings laying on the ground and sobbing into the grass. He landed there and noticed her left wing was fairly torn. The girl turned towards him caught off guard and stared at him. "H-hey there..." she said softly. She quickly tried to hide her wings but gave up. Riley just stared at her with a mix of confusion and sorrow. "Look... it's okay. I'm sure there's a way we can fix up your wing," Riley said, keeping his voice gentle. He then introduced himself, "Oh. Im Riley by the way." She looked up at him and then replied in a soft whisper, "M-my name's Winter..." Riley stared at Winter. She looked as though she was about to start crying. Her arms trembled slightly as she suddenly grabbed onto him and started sobbing into his chest. "N-no one can fix my wing.... i-it's too destroyed..." she said, her voice muffled in his chest. He gently wrapped his arms and wings around her in a comforting manner as his heart rate increased a bit. He quickly realized that he had acquired feelings for this girl he just met. "Hey it's okay.... I just had a slight idea that can help you fly to somewhere safe at least," Riley said. It caught Winter's attention. She lifts her tear-soaked face up at Riley before asking him how. He carefully grabbed her, helping her up onto her feet. He then gently grabbed Winter's waist and wrapped his right wing around her as well. "Alright hold onto me and make sure your right wing can keep up," His voice was oddly calming to Winter. Riley and Winter soon flew above the trees and could see all the stars. Winter luckily was able to keep up to Riley with her right wing. They then landed where Riley had started. Riley gently let go of Winter, making sure not to damage her left wing any worse then it already was. He smiled softly at Winter before speaking, "You can stay here with me until we find a way to fix your injured wing." She nodded gently before wrapping Riley up in a hug. Riley smiled before gently wrapping his arms and wings around her again.