Having only recently returned to the kingdom, Akane wasn't in the mood to go home just yet. Then again, neither was she in the mood to seek out her friends within the kingdom. So she decided upon one of the places that Destiny had long ago spoken of being a center of socialization, knowing that most such haunts of the old Queen were all but abandoned. And as expected, few people were here. Garbed in her usual attire, a deep red dress that contrasted well against her milky white skin and startling hair, she slips quietly through the door and to a back table, doing her best to avoid calling any attention to herself. And when she finally sat, crossing her legs beneath her, it was the best she could do to wait patiently for a serving girl to bring her a goblet of wine. Wanting nothing more than that, she sips at the drink in silence, her gold-green eyes taking in everything with hardly any curiosity.
A center of socialization, indeed.
Shaking her head at the thought, she gazes down at the dark red liquid in her cup, wrinkling her nose slightly. It wasn't blood, but, it would do. Though sometime soon, she would need to go on a little hunting trip. Perhaps, first, she would visit Zillah and explain her absence. Or maybe not. She doubted she would be well received after her vanishing act. A saddening thought, as she'd been quite fond of the royal highness.
Looking less serene than when she'd entered, the woman sweeps a stray strand of vibrant red hair away from her face, tucking it back into the clips that held her hair up away from her face and off of her neck. Yet another thing she needed to tend to now that she was back- her appearance was lacking its usual posh. Something that Sade would surely punish her for, if he were here.
Arsen smiled softly at Phoenix as she told him that Rose and Joshua had to speak with Zane and it made him wonder what it was about but he didnt let it a big thought.He knew that Rose would tell him everything if that was something he needed to know.His amethyst eyes pierced into Phoenix`s for a moment as he told her. "I was just kidding my dear.Joshua asked to talk with Zane before we left so I guess they still talking.Which is fine."
His gaze shifted at Fatima and then Arel.Arel looked like a great kid. "Great things huh? Well I guess I did some wonderful things in my life but not all of them were pleasant though.I should tell you a few stories of mine one day."
He said to him in low deep voice and then glanced over at Nyala, his lovely niece, before he turned his attention to Lucina who was speaking with the follower of hers. Another very pretty lady.
Arsen would wait till Rose and Joshua would come back.He would spend time with them before he would give his congratulations to just married and excuse himself and then walk over to Nyala and Gabriel and the girl.He would ask Gabriel`s permission before he would take Nyala with him and leave candle room with her.
Lucina smiled softly at Alexandria as she spoke to her.It was good to hear that she was fine. "Oh..I completely understand.Believe me...I feel like I spend most of my life just sitting in my throne room and right now I feel like going out somewhere you know? I forgot how the Kingdom looks like already.So now I would try to go out more.I kind of stopped to claim more people for myself so I dont have new followers coming to me and my friends busy with their life.I used to be so busy but not as much right now..So since I have more free time I`m going to explode the Kingdom and walk it all over.Oh and if you would wish to come along I would be more than happy to have you around."
She grinned at her as her emerald green eyes sparkled softly with enthusiasm.Lucina wasn`t like other people and she knew how to forgive and give people a second and sometime even third chance.Lucina`s gaze swayed around and she sighed softly noticing that couple still didn`t some yet and everybody seemed to wait for them.She grabbed glass of wine and took a small sip before putting glass down on the table.She focused her gaze at Alexandria. If you wish you can some to my throne room sometimes...so we could get to know each other better.I feel like you never gave me a chance to be your friend but its okay.So is you would like you can come any time you want."
She murmured softly to her and then took another sip from her glass.
Lucina just like Arsen would be there till Rose and Joshua would show up.She would say her goodbyes to everyone before she would leave as well and head to the grave alley to think about few things which happened in her life and just to be alone.
Nyala frowned softly when Gina said that she was wandering around and slept where she could.She blinked and looked at Gabriel. "Oh my god...thats horrible."
She whispered softly.The idea of child sleeping on the street and what not was terrifying her.She would take her with her but she didn`t feel well enough to take care of a child.Her lavender eyes fixed on Gabriel as she murmured softly to him. "You should take her with you to the castle...Who knows what can happen with the child out there."
She glanced at Gina still frowning softly.She looked and sounded like a very sweet child.She gazed at Gina when Gabriel spoke to her asking her why she didn`t come to him and Rose.She sighed relieved feeling like the problem was going to be solved.His talking with Gina gave her a little time to think about Gabriel`s offer though she really didn`t want to do it.She swallowed hard and then whispered within his mind.Her voice like soft silk. "I feel better than I look.I swear. Don`t worry about me.In couple days I would be just fine.I just need more rest."
She forced herself to smile making sure that her smile didn`t look fake.She really didn`t want to take him away from him even for a little while..though there was something she could do. "But if you want there is another way to feed me.You can pour some of your blood into glass and I would have to drink it really quickly while it will be still warm..That way I wont get sick."
She suggested.She did that couple times before and it actually worked.
Nyala would take some of Gabriel`s blood and would get better for the rest of the celebration.She would frown when Arsen would come over and ask Gabriel to take her back to the castle.She would look at Gabriel with loving look over her face and say to him. "I really need some rest.When I will get better, I will come to see you again.Take care of Gina."
With that she would leave with Arsen hoping that she would see Gabriel again very soon.
Lucius arched his brow lightly at Lilith as she asked "Business?".He nodded lightly and shrugged his shoulders lightly feeling like his muscles were a little bit in tense. "Yes business. I always have some things to do...like building a new house..or should I say mansion?"
He told her with sly look over his face.It actually was a surprise and he wasn`t sure how Lilith would take it but in truth all he tried to do is to make a plan and prepare everything for building a new house.He had to find a few people in the village who agreed to work for him and help him to build a house since building was something Lucius never did before.He would keep it in secret but he wanted Lilith to take a look on the plan and see how she was going to like it.He wanted her to give him her option on everything and see what she would like to have in there.He wanted them to live together and he wanted Lilith to have everything in that house what she wanted.He wanted it to be their dream house.His blue eyes sparkled playfully and he kissed her cheek softly. "I will show you everything..I need your option on a few things in our feature dream house but for now I would like just relax..Do you know why alcohol never works on me?"
He asked her raising his eyebrow.His was one of those vampires whose metabolism was so good that it kept him sober no matter how much he would drink.So Lilith had no chance to see Lucius drunk ever in her entire life.Lucius smirked with that thought.
He would wait for Joshua and Rose and party with them for a little while.He would dance with Lilith and when the party would be almost over and everybody would start to leave he would whisper into Lilith`s ear that there was a place where he wanted to go with her.Then they would say their goodbyes to everyone and then leave and head to lover`s cottage to spend some time together.
Seductive. Private. Charming. Relaxing.
The atmosphere of the room was seemingly put together in a very meticulous fashion, with much care and deliberation. But the grandeur of it all made this particular female uneasy, for she felt rather under-dressed. Garbed in a simple, slim-fitting dress, the vampiress, had she been mortal still, would have adopted a rosy hue to her cheeks. Trina hadn't expected such a meeting space... From the letter exchanges, the healer assumed the place for their interview would be less, formal, in nature. Clearing her throat nervously, her pale, slender fingers picked at the black string of her garment as she effortlessly waltzed to a table off to the side. Reaching up, she toyed with a lock of her bright red, silken hair. Done up in such a unique way, one would have considered her royalty; but sadly she was otherwise. A commoner. A drifter, in search of occupation.
Looking around the dimly lit room, candles bounced their light off of her porcelain skin, giving her a rather warm looking complexion for the time being. Abruptly, a server came to address her for her order, she looks around with a fluttering sense of shyness, "Um, just a simple glass of Merlot, please. Thank you kindly, " Trina murmurs, her glittering, emerald orbs moving every where other than the face of her waiter. The vampiress was rather odd in personality indeed. One minute she was passive, almost painfully isolated. The next, she could be chewing your head off, making you regret whatever you said to have set her off. But for the most part, the Blackheart woman was a proper lady. Seen, but never heard, unless requested. However, this was when you first met her. Upon becoming a familiar, Trina was a rather fun, spunky being with a passion to learn. Another passion was to mend the sick, and comfort the dying. Which was the main reason she was here at all, looking for a job to keep her afloat until she could make a living in this new kingdom.
Once upon a time, long before he was even a thought, this place had been one of his mother's favorite haunts. And then during his youth, she'd brought him hear to teach him how to act properly, the staff patiently tolerating the young boy's slip ups and watching him bloom into a proper child of royalty. But even that had been long enough ago that the human staff had rotated at least once, and he didn't know anyone here. Pretending not to notice the royals who lingered in the room, because unlike his sister he didn't feel he belonged among them, the male glances around until his eyes fall on the red headed vampiress who he'd summoned here for an interview. She was a healer, and that was something he desperately needed if he intended to keep what was left of his family alive. Lilith might be able to help with Elizabeth, but he couldn't ask her to tend to Destiny in her current state. That would be a cruel thing to ask from anyone who had once known the vibrant Queen.
Keeping his hands at his sides despite the urge to smooth his simple green shirt, his edges around the room quietly, doing his best to go unnoticed until he's sliding into the seat across from Trina, flashing her a charming smile. "You've ordered something to drink, yes?" And he barely waited for a response before he continued on, his normally startling green eyes pale with nerves. If she decided she didn't want this job, his life was going to get a lot more complicated. "Would you mind telling me a bit about your healing abilities? And about your tolerance of extremely low temperatures?" Normally he didn't think about the cold surrounding his mother's home, but since she'd spiraled into her current state, she was no longer protecting her claims and family from the frigid temperatures which were uncomfortable even for a vampire.
Glancing up from time to time, the woman hardly notices the coming and goings of the other patrons. Her nerves were already bundled all together at the thought of this meeting going sour; but she desperately needed the job. The thought of picking up any other job was off-putting, and caused the slightest frown to dark her normally cheerful outlook. The room was buzzing with the chatter of other guests, most of them royal in rank, and the lowly woman did her best to keep from staring. It was rather impolite... Arching a brow as the presence of another seemed to be drawing nearer, the red-head shifts into a more proper sitting position; legs tucked daintily, elbows retracted from the table, and a straightened posture. The male that glided into the chair before her seemed a little more anxious than she was, and it was probably for a good reason; his mother's health conditions were deteriorating. How he found herself through the throngs of other healers though, was a particular question she would keep to herself for the time being.
Gazing over his rather masculine features, the woman nodded to his brief question, eying the goblet of dark, red wine off to her right. And just like that, the male was off to the races with questions. "The extensiveness of my abilities has flourished since we last spoke, " Trina murmurs while lifting the glass in her hand to swirl the liquid in it, "I make my own potions, and cures, from local herbs, and if I cannot obtain those, well, I have my resources." Pausing to take a sip of her wine with a smile, she recollects herself, and gets back on track, "I am also very good at energy healing, and aura feeding. My tolerance of frigid climates is rather good, and well handled. I was in Russia for some time, and it was rough, but nothing I can't handle. However, this all causes me to wonder, the weather here is rather fair, where is your mother's residence?" Arching her eyebrow deeply, her green eyes probe the male questioning, her head tipped back a little to observe his reactions to her questions. It was rather odd for him to ask such a question, but there had been rumors floating on the winds of an Ice Queen. Was this infact, Traven's mother? Goddess help her if it was...
He listened to her explain the range of her abilities, his back as straight as the swords he'd never bothered to carry. She had the gift, obviously, and he doubted that she didn't have plenty of experience. Most likely experience in less than wonderful circumstances, given the reality of the world as of late. He hoped, passionately, that he was getting to her before the rumors, as the rumors were few and far between since his mother's power had vanished and left nothing more than a frigid shell where the fearsome Queen had once been. He wouldn't have someone tainted with lies tending to the woman who would need someone that was more than just physically gifted. Negativity and fear in a sickroom would be dangerous to most, but to the woman who was convinced that she was a poison to the kingdom she loved, it would be deadly. And so he'd spent months looking at the fresh healers entering the kingdom, trying to find one that wouldn't scare off the moment they knew who his mother was. It wasn't an easy task, but, it was his duty.
"Mother resides on the outskirts of the kingdom, though I suppose it would not be so cold there if it was occupied by someone else," he murmurs absently, immediately responding to the question with complete honesty because his mind was still too wrapped up in the worries at hand to realize what he'd said until it was too late. And when he realized, he paled until he had a blue tint about him, veins more colored than his normally healthy skin. "I suppose the best thing would be for you to see her before you agree to this." If she didn't agree to the job, if she recoiled from all that power running lose, he would be forced to continue looking as his mother slipped further into a state that was becoming disturbingly like a true illness. And how much longer would she last before she experienced the true death? ..He was desperate, and the flash of red in his pale green eyes made that painfully clear.
Fatima looked at everyone enjoying the slight buzz of everything she raked her son's hair as he sat comfortably and drank a glass of blood. She was glad that her son was doing so well that she was already imagining him growing into a fine man. Her brow furrowed for a moment finding that this small gathering may had been compromised and the couple wasn't going to come after all. Fatima wouldn't doubt it, Joshua would pull something like that. After all he had kidnapped Rose once when she was her first lady. I believe this celebration may have come to an end. She mumbled as Arel looked up at her and asked her why. Fatima smiled kissing his forehead and shaking her head. Arel was still a bit to young to truly understand the carnal fantasies of the flesh.
Azrael looked at his sister as she commented about the celebration, finally finishing his wine he looked at Lucina who was talking to the red head that had entered shortly after them. Pardon me, but I believe I have stayed long enough. I must check on my wife and son. With that he stood as he looked at his sister and smiled softly. Don't worry it is not the last time you will see me. I will be joining you at Valhalla once I make sure Alira is well. He looked at Arsen, Phoenix, Gabriel, and his mate. They all received a soft smile and incline of his head as he excused himself. Lucina, I will tell Alira you wish to see her and will try to make her drag Lucius with her. See you soon. Another smile, another excuse, and a bow as he teleported towards Paris. He was hoping to see his wife still sleeping.
Fatima looked at her brother as he excused himself and left, she frowned softly. As of late he hasn't been around but she hoped he kept his word and returned. Looking at everyone she sighed as Arel squirmed in his seat. Mother, I want to go. My powers made me a bit tired. Fatima nodded softly as she took his hand and they stood together. Pardon me as well. I must take my leave, I must confess that my throne is not going to take care of it's self. It was nice seeing you all again and I hope we can all meet up soon. Looking at Alexandria she smiled giving her a soft bow of her head. It's nice to meet you. Fatima lead her son to say his goodbyes as he ran to his cousins and waved to them. Fatima didn't want to leave, but she was sure that Rose and Joshua weren't coming anytime soon and she had duties to attend to. As Arel finished his goodbyes he ran towards her hugging her as they teleported out of the candle room and back to Valhalla.
Lilith blushed as she bit her lip, she still couldn't believe Lucius was here. She thought he wasn't going to come, but it seemed he had to attend some business. Lilith hummed wondering what it was that he had to do. She of course didn't want to be suspicious she wasn't like that, so she simply didn't ask more than that. His kiss distracted her as she blushed and sighed leaning against him. Opinion? Future house? Lucius are you telling me we are moving in together? She looked at him blinking in slight surprise. Lilith never thought Lucius would think of their future, he did propose and she wore the engagement ring proudly, but still she didn't think there would be anything after that. Who would of thought you would of been serious about this. She joked as she smiled and hugged him taking in his scent and thinking about their future. I don't know why it doesn't work against you. Consider yourself lucky. She whispered as he asked about alcohol. Lilith wasn't sure and perhaps she should ask about other things that didn't affect him or affected him for that matter, but for now she wanted to enjoy the time with him here. She watched as her uncle and mother excused themselves and took their leave, Lilith would make sure if the couple eventually showed up that she would represent them while they were gone.
Alexandria had been watching Arsen for awhile before Lucina's voice caught her attention once more. She turned and focused on her and what she was saying. I would love to accompany you. She spoke softly with a gentle smile. She had been off in her thoughts before she had turned her attention back to Lucina so her voice sounded almost like she was still distracted. Alex's smile faltered at Lucina's next words. She looked down for a moment before looking back up at Lucina. of course. She said gently again. She felt bad for switching from Lucina to Bethany, but there wasn't anything she could really do now. She had made her choice and now she would have to stick it out. She hadn't seen or spoken with her royal, Bethany, now that she thought about it. Alex looked up just in time to see Fatima and her son stand. It was a pleasure to meet you as well She said bowing her head in response back to her. She smiled kindly at the mother and son. Have a nice night She spoke again to them just before they left the table and headed for the door. She watched as Fatima's son hugged her just before they disappeared back Valhalla.
Gina smiled kindly at Nyala, but frowned when she began talk to Gabriel about taking her with him. She could take care of herself, not very well, but she had been doing it for quite some time already. Gina watched the two before Gabriel spoke to her again. Gina looked down slightly. I shall talk to her later, when she get's back from her trip. She said gently. Gina knew that Rose had just gotten married and was going to be going away like every body did when they got married. Gina felt small and uncomfortable sitting there at the moment. It was quite uncomfortable to sit with very little skin and muscle between her bones and the things she sat on, especially somone's lap. Gina watched Nyala stand as another male came for her. Gina frowned slightly, but bowed her head none the less to both Nyala and the male that came to get her. Gina turned her attention back to Gabriel. I wanted to go see you or Rose, but I always seem to get...distracted. Gina spoke softly as she looked down. When she said 'distracted' she had been thinking of the times she had, had to curl into a small ball as her body hurt and trembled in hunger. Gina shivered slightly at the memories of the nights.
Gabriel looked at Gina as she spoke to him. He simply nodded before he looked up and noticed they still hadnt arrived yet. It made Gabriel furrow his brows and then chuckle to himself. It seemed his brother in law couldnt wait to take his new wife away some where. His attention was taken back by Nyala speaking about taking Gina to the castle. He nodded and was about to agree. He had mentioned it to Gina but she didnt seem to answer him right away. When Nyala spoke to him about another way of feeding, he completely agreed. He held onto Gina carefully as he reached for a glass. He bit his wrist quickly and let it drip into the glass quickly before handing it to Nyala. He was pleased when she took it to her lips and drank it. It seemed to make her feel alittle better before Arsen came to fetch her and take her to rest. He nodded softly before he spoke to her. I shall keep watch over her, sweet. Just take care of yourself and if you need me then send for me. He gave Arsen a nod of respect as they began to leave. His attention was brought back to Gina. She was finally answering his earlier comment about finding him. Gabriel nodded softly as he cradled her gently in his arms as if she was his own daughter. Well, like Nyala, I am alittle upset that you have been doing that but I can understand being distracted. Would you like me to take you to her castle now or some where else safe. He looked at her softly and simply waited on her response as he saw everyone else was beginning to get ready and leave.
Gideon and Rayner had been playing on the table when they began to hear people talking about leaving. Each of them looked around as one by one people started to leave. Gideon looked of at Phoenix who was sitting nearby and asked the key question. Auntie Phoenix! where is mother and father? Phoenix looked at her nephew as she saw Rayner nodding in agreement to his question. She knew Joshua would get angry if she just got blunt with the boys and she knew better then to expose them so young. If I know your father as well as I do, then I imagine he simply wanted some alone time with your mom. Probably having to get use to being married. Rayner didnt quite understand what she meant so he simply asked the key question. Why would he do that? He loves momma already. He looked at her with a curious look before she came up to them. Phoenix walked over to them and kissed the top of their heads before she spoke. You boys are too young to understand. Wait till your old enough to get married yourselves. Then ask your dad about what happened to the ladies that came before your mom. Now I think its time to take you boys home and when I say home, I mean your home not mine so dont even think of asking. She smirked as she had saw that small glimmer of curiosity in their eyes, hoping she would take them into hell to her home there. She shook her head and placed a hand on each of their shoulders. With that, they burst into flames and disappeared, heading back to Rose's castle. It was late and the boys needed to be in bed.
Sabine was tired and felt a little uneasy these days, something wasn't right but she couldn't put her finger on what was wrong but it was just a gut instinct she kept feeling.
Walking into the Candle room she wanted a quiet drink and the tavern was just too much for her at the moment, her senses were all over the place and all she did was pick up on others feelings which was driving her nuts all that plus she hadn't seen Jason in a while she was worrying something was wrong but she tried to keep it all together.
There were only a few around and she would keep her distance as much as possible, standing at the small bar Sabine ordered a glass of blood feeling like all she wanted to do was drink and drink.
After getting a glass she ordered another right away downing the blood to the the last drop, licking her lips she let out a grateful sigh and finally a smile graced her lips making her feel a little better already.
Sitting upon the bar stool she rubbed her forehead wondering what was going on with her, playing with a strand of her mousy brown hair twirling a few strands around her finger as she looked into the distance losing herself in her thoughts.
She still hadn’t met her royal, and this was kind of unsatisfying for her to deal with. Thus, Amarathé was roaming about, and trying to find anything to do – that would make her feel less bored, really. Holding all her emotions under the heavy lid, it was hard to read her, if at all. Having lived for so long in the state of numbness in the past, it was easy to pull it over her and pretend as if she wasn’t... what she was. Thoughts that trailed around in her mind, they were tiring and she wished to make new friends anytime soon.
Stepping into the room, her gaze roamed about, and then saw someone’s aura dark and worriesome. Amarathé was overall rather helpful person, and thus she roamed closer to the bar, where a single female was sitting and drinking. “One glass of blood-wine for me, would you please,“ she spoke to the barman and looked at the female with laced worry on her eyes, as sincere as it could be. There were other people around, but they were doing just fine in her eyes. “Let me be your companion for this evening, fair lady. You look as if you need one. My name is Midas, Amaranthé Midas.“ Offering a kind and relazed smile, she hoped that this person in front of her won’t make a scene of anykind. People were different, and usually she didn’t make any mistakes by approaching or not approaching them.
Sabine twirled the blood in her glass around and around making a little whirlpool in her glass, her eyes cast down as another woman came and stood beside her and Sabine cringed a little waiting for the blast of emotions but she felt nothing.
Looking up at the woman as she ordered a drink Sabine was almost grateful it was nice feeling nothing from another person, normally her senses were level and usual but recently they had been all over the place which was driving her insane but this woman, she felt nothing from her.
When the woman spoke to her Sabine straightened up from her slumping position and smiled softly, a long time again if any woman even looked at her Sabine would have ripped their throats out just because she felt like it but she had changed and was a better person now.
Is it really that obvious? A pleasure Amaranth, I'm Sabine.
Maybe right now some female company was what she needed, she wasn't use to it but this woman was giving off no feeling at all and it was like a cool breeze against her flesh making her feel more hospitable that previously.
Dressed in elegant dress, she looked agile and magnificent from outside to inside. There had been so many times, when she hadn’t looked like that – saoked in mud and strangers blood, there had been messy times. Glad that those times were done and gone, she enjoyed her status and life so far. Finally recieving a glass with her ordered drink, she took a sip, eagerly waiting for the other person to answer.
Amaranthé had intuition telling her that she and the other raven-haired female were somehow similar. Yet, hopefully she was able to find it out, and as well hoped to become friends with her. Ah, friends... she nearly desperately needed them so much. Having the feeling of being cared of had been fairly rare in the woman’ life.
Hearing her name spelled a bit wrong, she figured if to let it slide, but her pride was stepping in the game, and she then shook her head and offered a kind smile, while explaining, “Not Amaranth, my dear Sabine. Amaranthé. With unique ’e’ in the end. But it is alright, many people do that mistake.“ She offered a assuring nod, that it is okay, that this little mistake has been already forgotten. Rising her glass, she offered: “Let’s drink for the cool night and hopefully a new friendship?“
Sabine chuckled a little and shook her head, proof her mind was not with her these days she couldn't even prenounce a name right, she might aswell just chop her own head off and be done with it all.
Of course that wasn't a serious thought just one to keep herself light when she was feeling like this, sipping the blood in her glass trying not to look like a pig by downing the whole thing again in one go Sabine licked her lips and cleared her throat.
Forgive me Amaranthé, its been one of those days...months actually.
Sabine turned in her seat to fully face the woman and appreciate her beauty which was one thing Sabine loved now but use to despise, beautiful women.
Sabine herself changed her appearance more times than she slept half the time, she was never satisfied with how she looked until this latest look which she seemed to like quite well.
As Amaranthé suggested to drink for the night and friendship Sabine was a little apprehensive, she didn't do friends really, she never had one for as long as she remembered apart from Leah, she missed Leah but that's what she didn't like the thought of getting close to people because they sometimes moved on leaving you alone.
Indeed, lets see what the night holds.
She drank, hiding her thirst for the blood, but it was truly fine. Her body was yet still a little bit weak from that desert adventure - but with the ability of diplomacy, Amaranthé managed to find those bunch of f*ckers, whom had stolen her bare and killed her beloved horse - a companion as such, rare to find.
She smirked to herself, as saw Sabine drink with hunger and not caring about being a pig of sorts. Wanting to do the same, she still pulled herself back from that though and sighed softly, but her attention was drawn back to the other ethereally beautiful female, as she had spoken. "I hope you don't mind me asking, but... what have happened to cause you such sorrow?" True. It wasn't her place to prey answers and nose into strangers business, but she couldn't deny the wish to help Sabine - be it any way possible, really.
That was a good suggestion, understanding why Sabine was careful. It made Amarathé admit something, too: "Though I do understand, if you don't want to share any details from your life with me at all. After all, we are strangers, and I do not know if this promise helps anything... - but I do not leave my friends behind. They usually leave me..."
Sabine ordered another glass this time she wanted something with a bit of kick behind it so she ordered a glass of blood wine which she always enjoyed but it never filled her much, looking back to Amarathé as she spoke Sabine sighed a little and leaned back in her seat shrugging.
I don't actually know myself, I haven't been feeling right for days like something is very wrong and I'm just all over the place.
Sabine wasn't usually one to speak about her buisness to strangers but she was at a loss here, yes she was a little sad because she missed Jason but she she felt was so much stronger than that and she couldn't for the life of her think why she was so sensitive at the moment.
Taking the glass as the barman handed it to her Sabine went to take a sip but stopped when Amarathé spoke again, knowing she had been in the same boat herself she wondered if Amarathé was picking up on her thoughts and feelings a the same time.
If that's the case we should start a club...because I know exactly what you mean my dear Amarathé...maybe this evening will come of a friendship after all.
Placing her glass to her lips Sabine took a sip and instantly regretted it, placing her hand to her mouth she looked at the blood wine and hissed a little as she caught the barman by the arm and growled lowly at him.
What is this? And do not try and say its the usual stock because this is...repulsive!
Sabine was a casual drinking of this and she knew how it was meant to taste, the blood she had before was perfect but this burned her throat and made her feel ill.
Taking a longer sip that moment, when Sabine finally spoke to her, Amarathé turned to eye the other female. There was something in the air about the female, and she was very close to put the finger on the matter of why Sabine's senses were so much on the loose. Was it really...? There was a faint thought craving itself through all the rest of current thoughts that Amarathé had.
"What if things aren't... well, 'wrong' for you? What if this is about something else, why all this happens to you now?" Amaranthé more like stated all those things, offering a second point of view, than actually asking questions. Taking a sigh, she finished up her glass, savoring each drip of blood on her tongue and through her throat, then eyed the other female from the corner of her eye with a soft smile, then turning directly at her. "The fact is that... I have made too many mistakes in my past. Them finding this all messy and bloody past out, they often end up betraying me or just leave, not ever actually bothering to ask, why and what I did, and that... I have changed a lot now and want to redeem myself. But they never bothered to stop and ask about me." A deep sigh left her lips, and the sorrow that she felt in the depths of her shattered heart was bleeding once more and hurting as hell - but she never left any of those emotions surface at all.
Witnessing the act between new friend and the barman, she suddenly gasped and placed her gentle hand on top of Sabine's. "Let him go. I know what is the matter. This is not his fault, darling, nor is it yours," Amaranthé spoke and leant closer to whisper to the other female, "I now understand what is going on. All the symptoms match with pregnancy. Are you expecting?"
Sabine didn't know what Amaranthé was on about and her temper was quickly spiraling upwards which she usually kept under control very well but at the moment she was like a time bomb ready to go off, when Amaranthé place her hand on Sabine's she frowned a little and shook her head as she spoke to her.
What's not my fault?
She snapped a little at the woman but regretted it instantly and realized how horrid she was being, shaking her head she let the barman go and tried to relax but Amaranthé's whisper almost made Sabine fall off her seat.
Her expression was of pure shock before she laughed and shook her head, such a thing was not possible she and Jason had never been together like that and before Jason, well if she was pregnant it was the longest pregnancy in the history of time.
Expecting a heart attack maybe but there is no way I could be....pregnant...its....no it has to be something else.
Sabine never saw herself as a maternal type and her and Jason had never spoke about anything like this, Sabine's body had been trapped half her life so she really didn't think anything like that was possible.
Thinking back to what Amaranthé said before about her own past Sabine could relate big time to that, maybe there was hope for these two women after all and in time she would go into detail about their pasts to see what else they had in common.
The irritation level of Sabine' was rising, it was nearly burning her skin, and it hurt. Something was defenetly going on, and if Amarathé hadn't been so much in her age, and having not suffocated in many problems earlier, she would have ran out of the room for good. "It is not your fault to feel like that," she murmured to the question that was lifted into the air. The Vampiress tried to calm Sabine down and not to get any rucus out from within the other female. Even if Sabine had snapped at her, she didn't mind. She would've been the same, if her own energies had been in such a chaotic mess.
"Aren't you even considering yourself being preagnant, Sabine?" Amarathé asked with clear consern of the other female, blinking her dark eyes a little bit, when the other refused to believe it. "Then what ideas you may have... what is it about that you feel like that?" She sighed and ordered blood with spices and herbs for the other female, but stopped the male before he managed to get a grasp of any items to start and prepare. Amaranthé hugged gently Sabine out of the blue, moved behind the counter and fixed the relaxing and stabilizing mixture herself. Being enchantress, she had the abilities of a healer.
Finally placing the drink in front of Sabine, she nodded towards it and took a seat beside other female once again. "Drink this. I guarantee that it helps."