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- Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2013 20:55:38 +0000
Leena had heard the sigh; the girl sounded frustrated. It was lucky for her that Leena didn't find frustration all too appealing. Leena wasn't the type to goad it on, but she didn't care enough to try to mitigate it either. Frustration often came out of an inability to handle a situation. People who were frustrated lacked power and the competence to manage it.
That was none of Leena's business to interfere. Leena was not that merciful.
For a moment, it seemed as if the interaction was over - but then, there was a cry for attention and the girl moved closer to her. Leena didn't even turn her head. An aggressive command for regard and a quick movement that minimized distance were barely precursors for a powerful fight. She anticipated the actions to be fairly innocuous, so she wasn't surprised when the girl simply moved to take the seat next to where Leena stood.
For whatever reason, the girl seemed calmer and more amiable than before. She wanted to keep talking. Why the little gothic, corset-wearing samurai-girl would want to continue something she was clearly aggravated about was beyond her, but Leena would accept it for now.
Leena only idled around for so long.
At the girl's next statement, the hunter slowly tilted her head back to look at her, the edges of Leena's lips curling slightly back to their natural smirking position. The girl presumed Leena had wanted to ask questions.
Assumptions could be dangerous.
She'd play along for now.
"All right," Leena murmured in acceptance, the innocence in her voice coating the amused tones underneath. Those violet eyes now seemed to be focused on the girl intently. "What questions should I be asking?"