Rorona was quick to follow the other man, his own pace sedated, yet he kept up just fine with his semi long strides. However, the second Darke began to talk about locks, Rorona couldn't help but give a tittering laugh; that was filled with equal amounts of amusement and exasperation. "Darke, you and I know I could just lock my room up tight with magic to keep people out. Though, I thank you for the gesture." He explained, when he saw the man's look.
It always did amuse him a bit at how courteous the other man was, compared to a vast majority of his race. But at the same token, he couldn't necessarily say it shocked him; seeing from what family the man was descended from. However his amusement flew right out the window when the man subtly implied it was his fault for the little menace's presence; which he completely missed as he wallowed in his indignation.
"I'll have you know that I have absolutely no fault when it came to this! Some jerk decided it would be funny to switch out my instructions for a petrification draught with a summoning elixir. Next thing I know, there's some demon in my room trying to order me into a deal; the nerve! Though, he shouldn't be too much trouble. He'll probably only pull a harmless prank or something on your guests if he does appear; and I'll make sure to keep him away from Grace and you if he starts up. Heavens knows he wouldn't be stupid enough to start a fight in the human world." Rorona ranted somewhat; a light pink tinge blooming across his face as he explained, with a few omitted facts.
For example, one of those facts was that he couldn't actually banish the demon like any regular Witch could. His own inexperience, wrapped up in the fact that he was, or is, a rather young Witch by his races standards. He was actually still considered to be in-training, something which embarrassed the hell out of him when he considered how far ahead he was both intellectually and power wise compared to his peers. But he banished those thoughts quickly as he focused back on his host.
“Life is intrinsically, well, boring and dangerous at the same time.
At any given moment the floor may open up.
Of course, it almost never does; that's what makes it so boring.”
Riddick pulled his key out of his pocket and checked the number on the metal end. "I've got room four as well." He said with a smile, tucking it back into his pocket. So it would appear his hopes were delivered. This amazing woman really was his betrothed.
You could meet somebody who really loves you.
So you go and you stand on your own,
and you leave on your own…
Miranda beamed at the news. As quickly as it came her joy turned to fear. This was the man she would spend the rest of her life with, the man that one day might father her children. She was shocked by the casual tone of it all. Her mind reeled, and she knelt and fumbled for her suitcase's handle, never taking her eyes off of his. She lifted the heavy bag with both hands and clutched it against her chest like a shield. "Could you show me where we'll be staying?"
Her nerves began to settle until her feelings of dread were replaced with serene acceptance. Miranda glanced around the large house she and her finance would call home, her mind returned to the question of the existence of a library somewhere hidden. In the mess of rooms and hallways. "Then maybe we could explore and find out if we've got a library around here."
and you go home,
and you cry,
and you want to die.
Riddick nodded. "Sure, follow me. And that sounds like a wonderful idea." He said with a smile, heading for the room they were to share. And a library. It would be spectacular if they had one. Based on the size of the mansion it would be absolutely massive.
Riddick unlocked the door and held it open for Miranda in the accepted gentlemanly fashion. He would greatly enjoy getting to know her, and they had the rest of their lives to do so, so he figured he might as well get the ball rolling.
she smiled up at izaya no not at all she giggled when he complimented her eyes. And I love how sweet you are izaya Ive never met any man as sweet as you...granit most men I ever met were demons. Im still happy
Yuki tilted her head. His complexion seemed to have changed. "You don't have to answer this question....but what would that problem be?" Everyone had problems no matter where you went. It was a sad thing, but if one person lost their problems each day there would be no more sadness...Theorectically speaking. "If you don't want to tell me what your problems are then maybe you could tell me about where you live?"
Sunshine; blinds you if you stare but-now I see it- crystal clear
lilith's face became compleatly pink when izaya kissed her on the cheek. that was the first time anyone had kissed her and it came as a small shock to her. and being the demon that she was she had to get revenge on the obe who caused her to feel this way so she gpt u[ pn her tip toes and kissed his lips gently.
"Well I will leave my problems for when I get to know you better but were I have leaved is a place full of death. It is a very hot place as well but over all if you can get past the constant dying its a rather enjoyable place. It has magma pools which we swim in hence why my skin is always constantly hot. There use to be constant dances and feasts for our race and much more that was plentiful and fun. Well that was till my brother and I became the only two of our races left." He said.
Izaya blushed madly. "Um thank you I wasn't expecting that at all." He said kissing her back gently. "Um so other then kissing one another what would you like to do now we could continue talking or explore your choice." He said.
well as a demon i wasnt to make the wrong choices but i need you to keep me from makeing bad decisions ok? she then thought for a moment and said. it would probubly be a bad idea for you to let me out of your sight
He chuckled at her. "Great that means I am going to need to keep an arm around you or a leash on you all the time." He said smiling at her. "Well that wont be that hard being my eye sight is not to bad." He said.
She nodded, the place he explained sounded...alright. Because death was a natural thing and she personally liked warm places but at the word of him beng one of the last of his own race she frowned. How can one be one of the survivors of a race? Nothing normal could wipe out a whole race. But was it different for demons? It felt like the wrong question to ask so she stored it to the back of her mind. "Did something happen to your race or should I draw back to a different topic?" She asked quietly. Her words were barely more then a whisper.
Sunshine; blinds you if you stare but-now I see it- crystal clear
He looked at her with a serious face. "In my race there is a king and I am a prince or was at least till my brother was jealous and killed off our whole race. He did it on the day I was to be annouced King of the Underworld." He said. "I was sent here and was told about it two days after I was sent her to be married. My father and mother wanted me to be married before becoming king so I agreed and I have always wanted to marry someone. I will still marry you because so far I am liking you but I have a major question for you. After sometime I plan on returning home and taking on my brother I am wondering if you will join me as maybe my queen when we are married." He said.
((On my way home so I will be on in like ten minutes ok))
lilith giggled. is that a dare? she then got close to him and her eyes looked very devilish. because u know...i have many ways of sneeking off. she smiled with an evil gleam in her eye. this was the side of her that proved she was up to no good.