Harv had been standing off behind the small clearing Julian was in, watching the boy for a good hour. He wanted to laugh. He’d never seen anyone that bad with a sword, except Finn that is. Julian reminded him of Finn in that way. Silly boy couldn’t even swing a sword without falling over.
Just like Finn.
Harvey rolled his eyes and decidedly walked up to Julian. He went right up to the boy, currently on the ground, and looked down at him. “My, my.” Harvey had a somewhat teasing tone. “Can’t get the hang of a sword, huh? You’ve been at it for a good hour and a half now, and you’ve gotten no where.”
Harvey held a hand towards the boy, to help him up. “Weren’t you the kid who sold me those arrows?”
Shit, someone saw me.
Julian stared up at the other boy, giving him a rather goofy grin. “Heh…never been too good with a sword. Even though I’ve had my dad and older brother teaching me, since I was little.”
He grabbed Harv’s hand and pulled himself to his feet. He let go and brushed himself off, “Yeah! That was me. Weren’t ya gonna leave town?”
Harvey chuckled at the reaction. “Silly, kid. I never said I was leaving right there and then. I’ll be heading out as soon as I have the funds to do so.” Harvey picked up the sword and handed it to Julian.
"You want some help there, kiddo? I’m pretty decent with a sword. Though, you look like you’d be better suited for a bow, or a staff then a sword."
Harvey gave Julian a smile, “You should try a bow, or staff instead of a sword. Not every weapon suits a man, and just because you’re a man, doesn’t mean you need to fight.”