The MeetingThe sounds of crunching snow could be heard as Yuki, in her humanoid form, made her way back to camp. The demoness's irritable grumbling was soon heard as she could see the camp just ahead. She was nomadic, thus never stayed for too long, only long enough for the latest news about the Kingdoms and hunting grounds before returning to her den high in the mountains. However, this time was slightly different. An old friend has requested her presence. The woman sighed as she placed her hands in her tunic pockets as she stepped into camp.The Meeting by RavensReflection
"Milady! Lady Yuki! It is truly an honor to be within your presence! This lowly one isn't worthy!"
The Nomads all gave their greetings to the one had fought and won many battles. Yuki ignored them for the most part, snarling only when someone dared to touch her person. A small group of children soon joined on her walk, bombarding her with questions about her adventures. Between the crowd and the kids, she was getting a headache.
"Don't make me rip out your
The Exchange"Oi, Furball, are you coming or not?"The Exchange by RavensReflection
The Halfling known as Alvand called out to the majestic beast laying in the snow as he approached. The beast's erect ears twitched in his direction, signaling acknowledgement, but didn't open her eyes as she was content where she was.
"Oi! The Princess -"
"I answer to none. I am no one's lapdog. Be gone before I crush your skull like a grape within my jaws."
Yuki snarled as she opened her amber colored eyes, her lip curling back to reveal her deadly pearly whites. She glared at the half-breed, questioning herself as to why she had put up with him for so long.
And then she was reminded as her own half-breed daughter came running out of the cave. The teenage girl had taken a liking to the boy, sort of a mentor relationship. Halflings were not accepted by either of their races; they often found solace within one another, as friends and sometimes more. The teen smiled brightly at Alvand, who returned it kindly.
"Mother, could we go please?"