Blair was lost in thought, memories of her past rushing through her head. It was hard to fight the urge of just breaking down and bawling her eyes out, but she had to be strong. There was no other choice in the matter. Still, it was probably one of the hardest things she had done in her life. Harder than any creature she had ever fought before. Her had formed a fist and she raised it for a moment, before gently placing it on her fathers stone. As of right now, she was a mixed bag of emotions and really didn't know which one to feel. She was so lost in thought that she hadn't even heard Jasper approach, but soon his voiced snapped her out of her thoughts and she jumped, spinning around in an almost fight mood. She stared at him for a moment, he looked so familiar, but she couldn't put her finger on it. Then he said something that shocked her, he knew her parents were hunters, that must mean... That must mean that... "Oh my god..." She said softly, before pushing herself up off of the ground. "Jasper?" She questioned, a look of shock still written on her face. It had been years since they last seen each other. He was grown now and actually rather attractive. She always use to say that he was going to grow up funny looking, but boy was she wrong. Part of her was happy to see him, but another part was angry. Angry that after all these years, he finally decided to show up. Especially right now. It reminded her off all the other people she didn't know. The ones that only showed up to pity her. They didn't care about her. If they cared about her then they would have been around more and not only showing their faces at a time like this. She let out a soft sigh and shook her head. "They were great hunters." She practically hissed. "So, have you come to tell me how sad you are to see them go or how you wished you were part of our lives more?" She asked with a bitter tone. "If so, I don't want to hear it, because it's not true. You had the chance to see us more. I know we never got along, but my parents basically thought of you as their son, the least you could do was stop by once in awhile. Not for me, but for them. It's too late now."