Lia and Teron
The two watched as the hooded men lined up and waited for them, Lia getting an uneasy feeling in her stomach "Any idea's who they might be?" she'd whisper to the rogue beside her, who simply stared at the group and shook his head "Not a clue...but whoever they are, one can assume they are the ones who are 'buying' us...I suppose..." The Huntress would have spat on the deck of the ship, snarling as the group approached "I will be no one's slave...as soon as I get out of these shackles, I'll kill them"
Teron chuckled "Just remember you don't have your weapons, Lia..." he turned to the woman, smiling slyly. Lia turned to glare at him, not noticeing the man inspecting them until he stood in front of her. Turing her head to look at the man, she would raise a brow, however her eyes would inspect his face, remembering it for later...just in case she managed to break free and get the chance to kill him. With out warning, the man grabbed her chin, Lia gasping in surprise as he inspected her face.
She would bare her teeth at the man, but said nothing, however when her head was turned to Teron, she caught a glimpse of the Assassin glaring at the man, his fists curling and uncurling in anger. In her mind, she started to panic "Please don't say anything Please don't say anything Please don't say anything Please don't say anything Please don't say anything....." she would plea in her mind, praying that he wouldn't have any sort of out burst of anger.
Thankfully, he didn't as the man let go to go back to speak to the captain, the Huntress spitting at him as he left, sadly missing him. "I'll admit now..." she heard Teron say, turning to look at her friend with a somewhat concerned look on her face. He looked angry, his eyes never leaving the cloaked man "...if he treats you or anyone else like they are some sort of animal...I'll end him, there and then" Lia turned away from the man, looking at the cloaked figure as he spoke with the captain.
"Soon..Shifter...when the time is right..." She'd admit, having the man look her over as some item for sale rather than another living being made the rage inside her begin to rise. She wasn't going to just stand there and let him do what he wants the second time, if he tries she was going to put up a fight, send him a message that she, and Teron, were a force to be reckoned with. Sadly, she couldn't do this now, for being out numbered and stuck with people of who's combat capabilities she had no clue about, was not a very good situation to be in, and certainly not the most ideal one when it comes to fighting their captors.
The two would continue to be dragged along with the rest, following their captors along the path to see what the guide had to show the captain and his companion.
As the group was pulled along towards the location, Lia had been listening carefully to what the man was telling the captain that captured them. "This man is a fool" she'd whisper behind her to Teron "He honestly thinks that a group of low life scums like him can face the entire world? He may as well have joined the Cultists and died along with them when Deathwing tried to destroy the world, they have no hope if winning that kind of battle." Teron would remain quite at his friends words. Of course, he was more than willing to agree with her...but his eyes darted left and right, looking at the shrubbery, forests, everything to get a decent mental image inside of his head.
"Teron...Teron?! Are you listening to me?" the furious whisper would have reached the man's ears, his emerald green gaze looking up to meet those of Lia's shimmering jade green ones "Yes..I'm listening, but let's not be so hasty. Observe, calculate, then plan, you remember those words, correct?" Lia's face would relax, remembering the wise words that were told to them by a wandering merchant...or what seemed like a merchant at the time, as they were traveling to do a job one day.
"Fine..." Lia said, turning away "...You're right...observe...calculate...plan..."
It was only then their guide brought them to look upon the half built creation they were making that then Lia would eat some of the words she said. It was impressive, she'd admit, but even so, she knew that this was just a half baked project...plenty of room for 'mistakes'
The word from the human snapped her back to reality, her head turning along with Teron's to look back to the ship. The crew that had brought them here was being captured, some of them killed, the sight shocking the two as the men and women were put in shackles and being brought towards them in the same fashion their group were in currently. The two looked at each other, both know exactly what the other was thinking.
Edited by Liå on 12/4/2012 2:18 AM PST