Sitting in the smoke of the south side club known as Afterlife, Raxun sighed softly as he sipped on his blood vodka, taking in the Succubi dancers in the low light and beating music. Gulping down the last of his drink he glanced around at the rest of the club and the local hire, which consisted mostly of Succubi and Incubi, with the occasional night elf and vampire luring their guests into the shadows. Raxun made a grumbling noise as he saw a luxurious lady of the night walk over to a local human and begin her nightly chore. Looking away the next thing he saw is what really caught his eye, what appeared to be a succubus by the horns on her head sat in a corner booth trying as hard as possible to stay out of sight. The fact that her wings appeared so small they were almost non existent was what made him smile. This, was no ordinary succubi. The thought of conversation intrigued him more so as he slowly grabbed up his empty glass he stood precariously, strolling over the the girl in the dark. Eula made a joyous squeak as she stretched from the morning light that shone through the temple's stained glass windows. Walking around in a tight circle she yawned loudly and slowly lifted her wings off the ground, ready to set out a new day of searching. Slipping through the top window she soared down towards the market watching the merchants slowly ready their wares. Landing near the local fountain she puffed up her chest and began merrily singing along to some of the fauns tunes. She paced around the fountains rim like a parade was taking place until an object came flying out of nowhere aimed directly at her head. Barely dodging it she flipped her wings around her face and hissed loudly as two elven boys ran from their hiding place and off into the crowd of people. Eula sighed and glared at the fauns as the giggled quietly not meaning to be hurtful. "So it's going to be this kind of day." She began to sing again hoping someone would find her charming rather than a sad excuse for a Griffin. Walking along the bridge away from the center metropolis of town, Nikko began to skip, her tail waving back and forth around her body as she hopped here to there. Stopping and practically falling over she covered her mouth with her large claw as if she were hiding a giggle. Smiling she continued to the kiosk set up on the other side of the bridge. Nodding at her boss she waved as new comers began entering the city at dawn, ready for a new day of merchandise. Pulling out her stack of maps and pamphlets she began passing them out as fast as she could arms and tail involved. This was a new day and new chances arose with every customer! She smiled again as the thought crossed her mind, this was going to be a good day, she just new it!