The Fortress of Storms in a pure color of bright red, stood high on the borderline between the territory of humans and demons. It's sadistic spirals stretched out into the sky, and the texture of hardened rock covered the entirety, leaving no reason to have windows or a view out. The border was necessary, to be sure humans wouldn't dare to cross over or they would be killed on sight mercilessly. Even worse, captured and taken down deep into the dungeons for torture. Lilith was on guard today and found it an unpleasant as well as a degrading task considering her stature. Unfortunately, being that she had already finished her bounties, she was left no other choice. She grimaced as a demon soon approached her coming from the other side. "What the hell were you doing over there, traitorous bastard!" She demanded of him as she aimed her scythe to his scaled neck, pushing onto his skin as he stopped midway, his eyes stricken in fear. "Well? What do you have to say for yourself, pitiful low-level demon?" The lips of his snout quivered, stammering over an answer, "I, I, di-Ah, Lilith. Didn't know you'd be on guard.. today.. Uh, ee!" He squealed a bit as she pushed harder on him. Her patience was wearing thin and his gibberish wasn't helping. She snapped at him, cutting him off, "You weren't meeting with humans were you? Hah! You know how much that riles me up. I would love to slice you down if you don't tell me the truth this second!" With that, she pushed even more, deadly hitting his vein slightly as the blood began to run down. He screamed, "All right, all right! I was getting famished. I went over to snack on some humans.. Ever since the Order had told us not to-" The scythe ran cleanly straight through his neck, in a beautiful but devastating swipe. Lilith watched the head tumble as she slammed the end of the scythe on the ground, a small smile stretching across her face. "Idiot." She said to the headless body and kicked it hard enough to fly over across the border. "If you like eating humans so much, you might as well become one of them." She lifted her scythe up and began to head back to the fortress in hopes there was something better to do than this.