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Of Wood-Elves and Wizards

One day, Sesshomaru, Rin, and Jaken were skipping through the forest—tra la la la la—when suddenly they came upon a mysterious figure with long blond hair carrying a bow and arrows, and wearing a rather spiffy green boot-and-skirt ensemble.

"Who are you?" Sesshomaru demanded.

"I'm a wood-elf," the shiny creature replied. "Name's Legsy."

"And what are you doing here?"

"I'm frolicking about in the woods. That's what wood-elves do."

Sesshomaru stared the odd elf in the face. They had the same pointy ears, the same effeminate features, and the same perfectly coifed, long fair hair. Not to mention they both shared a remarkable sense of fashion.

Sesshomaru frowned, and went on his way. Rin skipped along beside him—tra la la la la—and asked, "He was pretty, Lord Sesshomaru. Can he be my mother?"

"No, Rin. I thought that guy looked familiar, and now I know why. He's my cousin Legolas. Went mad eons ago. Didn't know he was still alive. Sad, really. Thinks he's a wood-elf."

So Sesshomaru, Rin, and Jaken kept skipping on through the forest—tra la la la la—until they came upon another mysterious stranger with long, pale hair.

"Excuse me chaps, might you know where I could find a spot of tea and some scones, pip pip?"

Sesshomaru sighed. "Hello cousin Lucius." And he pulled out Tokijin before Rin could get any ideas.