Kyriu twirled her staff “Yes I was.” her eyes narrowed “If you really care for him then come with us.” Senriala nodded. “I'm fine.” her eyes were on her daughter and her sister Jasala. Jasala glared at her father “Why are you attacking her? She is only a child.” Baron Mihariel took the blasts from the spells. “Don't be foolish last time we allowed a blemish to fester it brought shame to us all! I won't make that mistake again!” he shouted as he began to channel another spell towards the Tier'dal child. Jasala leaped towards her father with rage burning in her eyes. “Jasala what do you think you are doing?” Baron Mihariel snapped as the broad side of Jasala's blade came down on his head. He crumpled to the ground. Casina took a step back fighting tears. Splotchette sighed “Priests always haves such strongs wills.” she muttered as Nasara's eyes glazed. “I thinks I cans holds hers gos.” Jasala lowered her blade seeing her father on the ground. “Casina come here,” Casina trembled as she approached her mother. “Senriala,” Jasala took a deep breath “Take her with you.” “Jasala... I...” Senriala stammered. “You heard father she won't be safe here.” Jasala sighed. “Then come with me.” Senriala suggested. Jasala snorted “I have a son. I will not just abandon him.” she glanced at the coercer “You can manipulate memory yes?” “Yis,” Splotchette answered. Jasala took a deep breath “As soon as they are gone take what ever you need to so Father will not find her.” “Jasala you will never see her again...” Senriala whispered. Jasala nodded “I know but she will be safe.” she smiled at Casina “And find her a nice Illusionist trainer.” “But Mother...” Casina began “Go through that portal now!” Jasala snapped. “I don't understand...” the young girl sobbed. ~~~~~~ Pockscar returned with a bag and presented it to Dayig. “Shall we begin?” “I don't know much. I probably know less than you do,” Carl growled. “Nonsense,” Dayig cooed “I'm sure there's some hidden gems in that skull of yours.” ~~~~~~ Mazsra's spirit wolf began to growl at the pair. The humans turned to the new speaker. “Is that so?” the one who had been speaking responded “Well we have everything under control. We don't need any additional aid. We actually came to escort the kitten to a safe location.” “You mean us,” Mazsra continued maintaining calm and hoping someone would pick up on a possible problem. “No just the child. She will be safer that way.” the first speaker continued. “I am her legal guardian,” Mazsra growled. “Then we know you want what is best for her.” Ethan peered over Mazsra's shoulder and stepped back “They're imposters,” he whispered in Dwarven to his brothers and the dwarves. Gregor's eyes narrowed “Something is not right about them....” he whispered to Thrainuri as he dismounted his horse.