Closed and not open for join, this is a onexOne between Le_Nick and I. Grass didn't grow here, not with the constant parading and trampling of claws and feet alike to pressure it down. Instead what seemed like natural gravel covered the outskirts of yet another resistance camp, it ran through the run down city as well were the roads had once been asphalt to hold cars and trucks, it had crumbled to nothing more then scattered rocks in such a short amount of time. With no one to care for it the city had also taken a downfall. Buildings smashed by ravenous demons stayed that way, always threatening to tumble even though their supports were made to last much longer. It had never been a big city, perhaps that's why it wasn't affected as much by the conflict between races. There were dramatically larger places not far from its reaches that were in much worse shape, tall buildings that had once reached up to the sky had long since fallen either safely or not. Places like that were a danger to all, floors gave in wherever you stepped and curious plant life had taken over when people left there homes behind. It had only been a year, but the human race had fallen silent in fear of the opposing side once things took a turn for the worst. It seemed that ever since the rift had opened, time sped up and ticked away faster then ever. With each passing month the place did a number on demon minds, turning them violent and feral. What was supposed to be a year was treating these buildings and cities like whole generations had gone by, only places with crowded fighting populations seemed to be able to stay up- and barely at that. As it would happen, Isabella knew this was one of those places that humans had inhabited hoping for safety from the aggressive world they now lived in. It was easy to tell, at least for a demon, because of the presence of her own kind- or rather the lack of it. Not even a beast in sight as she skimmed the outskirts, walking on silent feet despite the usual crunch of the gravel. They stayed away for a reason, this must have been a strong little group. Uggah. Human clothes, they clung uncomfortable to her tough pale skin but were necessary. The elements had not treated her kindly upon arriving as she had been introduced to the horror that was rain and even worse, snow. The thought made her shiver. What a disgusting place, the man made structures were all either too dull grey or too unnaturally bright and she deeply missed the reds and brows she remembered. Isabellas bright amber eyes and long gingery hair matched her home land, as many demons did although she was what the opposing race would call on the more 'humane' side in the way she looked as well as the fact that she still had her mind in tact. The thought made her snort. "Right, humane." Just because she had the tall soft structure of a human girl and a clear resemblance didn't mean she similar to one. If anything, humans looked like her. Save for the long split thin tail, clearly animalistic canines, sharp feathered wings, and spikes that flecked her shoulders and ran down her spine. Why she was here, Isabella didn't really know. She was hungry, looking for something to catch or maybe a smaller demon to pray on and that's what had lead her to the structure seen in the distance at the time. Now that she was here, it was clear this was a dangerous place to be. Maybe that's why she stayed rather then take off. Red wings were tucked in tightly against her back and her tail was held just above the ground were it wouldn't make a noise. She had been wondering for at least an hour now, in the city, out side of the city, it was all so fascinating and at the same nerve wrecking- no sound could be heard as if the place itself was fearfully hushed. Places like this drew her in, she knew it very well. Were she could observe in silence and try to figure out what some of the things pebbling the ground were, such as the colourful metallic alien-like creations pebbling between buildings. She often found strange things in them, sometimes food and sometimes belongings- they always carried the strong stink of humans so she never spent too much time in them. Isabella was generally well knowledge about the human world -for a demon that was- but certain small things still tended to perplex her. A sharp noise snapped Isabella out of her thoughts on the inside of the city were she had been walking, instantly she dropped slightly into a feline-like crouch and whirled around to the source of the noise. Within a split second after her eyes locked on the target she leaped forward with a strike like a snake and grabbed the slashing snarling thing by the tail lifting it up. It was a demon, that much was easy to tell because it had an open wound that was dripping thick black blood. "Let me go!" It snarled at her in demonic tongue and Isabella was surprised to see it had a mind in tact- at least enough to speak. She didn't obey its command, instead lifting it up eye level as it was rather small. "Were in human territory!" Isabella snorted. Humans didn't have a territory, they had small residences and weren't a problem. Perhaps for this small thing they were a slightly bigger threat. "You should go back to the rift," She said matter of factly and dropped it none-to softly. The small demon hit the ground with a slight thud and hissed at her, to which point she hissed back reviling long canines- she definitely wasn't in the mood to deal with this thing. At that point Isablla would probably have eaten it, but something it did caught her attention first. It turned away from her and lifted its head sharply, large black eyes going wide and ears perked. It was easy to tell by its reaction that the creature had heard something, and in turn Isabella looked around with careful ears and wide eyes scanning around for the source of the sound.