Lia and Teron
Teron would have turned as a Forsaken approached him "My friend.." he'd start, his stance still being maintained "...When it comes to the woman here, it's a step at a time. So...the answer to that question would be nothing really." He'd listen to the captains words, carefully, knowing that Lia would be more thinking of twenty different ways of how she could slowly and brutally torture the man and miss things that were said. When he was done, he glanced at the human woman for a moment before reaching out to place a hand on the Huntress' shoulder.
"Lia...he has a point...look where we are now, there is no way out of this. He's had more experience with this people than us, perhaps he is our ticket out of here..." Lia's hand would have been removed, but her eyes would remain on the captain, furious. However, he did have a good point....and from what Teron whispered, there was no way that the two should go into this blindly, especially when she didn't have her gear with her. Shrugging off Teron's hand, she whirled around to point a finger at the obviously angry mage "You! Shut your trap before I shut if for you. Now if you have any common sense you will listen to everything he said instead of trying to burn him to a crisp"
She would then whirl around back to the captain "You make a good point...'Captain'..perhaps you do earn the right to 'lead' this group of..." she'd look back at the others before looking back at the man and his companion "-Hardy fighters-....however there seem to be a few that have a short fuse here..." she'd jerk her head the Sin'dorei mage "So while I wont want to gut you so much anymore...if you want to earn -trust- from anyone here...tread lightly..." with that, she'd turn and walk away from the man.
Teron stopped her, Lia looking at him, seeing the worry in his eyes. She would smile, raising a hand to pat his cheek "Going to try and meditate...see how calm I can get...this day has just been so crazy, I need to relax as much as I can.." The Assassin nodded, letting go of the Huntress' shoulder to let her go. Lia would have found a nice spot, away from everyone else, to sit down and cross her legs before closing her eyes, her hands coming to rest gently in her lap.
"Forgive her..." Teron would say apologetically towards the Captain "In a way, I can understand her mistrust for you, I don't exactly do either...but given everything you've done, it'll take her some time to get around..." with that, he would turn his attention back towards the Forsaken woman who questioned him earlier, Teron finally taking a normal and relaxed stance "As for what plans we had....one actually popped up. On our way here, while Lia was panicing might I add, I was making a small escape route down back to the ship..."
He'd glance over to the captain, hoping that he was listening "If we ever do survive long enough to get out of the Pit, get out of slavery, find your men, AND find out who this 'Slave-Catcher' is...we could use the tree line near the path to cover our escape. Guards wont find us, Slaver-Catcher might if we don't deal with her first...but it might be out best shot to get back to the ship, that's if a certain someone here is willing to take it.." he'd glance back to the Forsaken "Either way...it's a small plan, if we make it that far...who knows?" Sighing, he would eye the woman up and down "So then, how did you get in this mess? Me and Lia over there got drugged...how did a Forsaken get in the middle of this?"
With all the conversation that was going on around her, it was hard to meditate as well as she could have. So instead, she opened her eyes and looked around. Teron was still talking near the captain and to a Forsaken woman that had approached them during her 'questioning' the captain. The rest..well..there were hardly any words. They were all just a bunch of hate infused people who looked like were about to make a whole war in the small pit they were in.
Sighing, the Huntress stood and approached them, her hands on her hips and her eyes lowered as she would stand next to the orc "Alright...look, he hates you, you hate her, you hate that wall, you hate a spec of dirt, who gives two damns. Look around you, we are stuck in a filthy pit surrounded by guards of what skill we are unsure of yet. We have barely any weapons, any plans...and everything that is going to get us OUT of this mess...as much as a few.." she would look at the Sin'dorei mage, Arelius, that threatened to burn the captain, making sure he knew she was talking to him "..here wont like it...our hopes rest with the man who captured us"
Lia turned to the orc, eyeing him up and down "How about you just lower that piece of steel of yours and lets all calm down here...the last thing we need is people killing each other in here, that's going to do more harm than good..." She'd nod towards the Teenage human "See? She sees it too, agree?"