Luna & Violet & Caleb Luna rubbed her stomach as she peered over at the two seated across the table of the inn, her eyes narrowing. "How can we be sure to trust you? How can we be sure you guys aren't here to kill us?" She felt sick and hungry at the same time, and her head felt sleepy. Caleb looked up into her eyes, smiling. "I assure you we're here only for business, miss. We are not here to kill you. If you would like, I can show you the letter." Luna nodded, looking over at Nefarious as she rubbed his hand with hers. "Please, thank you." Caleb nodded to Violet who sighed, pulling the paper out as she slid it across to Nefarious. "We were sent here only for the protection from Kain. We heard that Miss Le Doux is carrying a... uhm.. special package." She cleared her throat at the end, looking warily over at Caleb. Luna scowled, reading the paper over that was in Nefarious' hands. "I see. Well, I will let you all know once. I do not tolerate anyone telling my affairs. If you so happen to, I will cut out your tounge and make sure that you are never able to drink blood from your mouth again." Caleb and Violet gulped, their eyes flittering nervously towards eachother. They nodded, looking down at their drinks as Luna kissed Nefarious on the cheek. Katherine Katherine looked down at the ground, her eyes shining in the sun as Adam asked her where she got all of the money. "Well.. er.. I got it from my grandfather as he passed away. After that, I started a meat business. As the war progressed, I saved it and made my servants stay with me in my house. I know I shouldn't be so generous, but I have too much money. I will still have money thousands of years after this time, and I'm sure that it won't hurt my karma to do some good for a family." She smiled, grabbng his hands as she kissed him on the cheek. "Don't worry, I'm alright. I just need time to think of life like this. Thinking of helping people." Isabel Isabel ventured outside, pulling Gerard with her as she walked around the town. "Isn't it beautiful out?" She noticed that Gerard seemed to be having a hard time adjusting with the sun, and she laughed. "When we go back to the room later I'll let you have some blood of mine. It should help you." She kissed him gently, looking around the town for beads to braid into her hair. She was always particularly drawn to black colors, and she noticed an old woman selling black feathers. "C'mon! I need one!" Aros & Elizabeth & Daemon Elizabeth was still in a grumpy mood, her eyes narrowed as she sat in the shade of a tree. Aros was pacing, his eyes raised towards the distant, dim sun. "I just don't see what Katherine is such a big threat to you, Lizzie. You know I don't want her. So why are you insisting on hating her and treating her horribly?" Elizabeth rose to her feet, her anger causing a slow fire to form over her arms. "You know for a fact why I see her as a 'threat', Aros. For heavens sake, you were drooling over her before I came along!" Aros sighed, running a hand through his hair. "That shouldn't define who a person is, Lizzie." They were interrupted though as Daemon flew in, landing on the dry grass. "Hello all. How is everything?" Elizabeth smiled, nodding towards Daemon. "Just fine, Daemon. What brings you here?" Daemon laughed, looking towards the sun. "The heavens and my daughter, miss. All is great today!"