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The forest was claimed. It was apparent when she came here to hunt, but borders were prominent. She would halt, head dipping back to unleash an inquiring call. Wings folded at her sides, ears tipping forward, listening. The surrounding area had been untouched by the fires, which was lucky for the pack that was apparently there. She would wait, several feet away from the border, glacial eyes watching the trees and shadows. Feathers ruffled briefly before relaxing, falling against her side, she had already spoken to the ivory male about an alliance so now she was waiting for his call of claim. But it seemed no one was announcing their claims publicly anymore.


@Erzsébet
She had no interest in public ally announce her claim on this land, it was hers and anyone who touched the boarders would know. Beyond that no one had to be informed. Her life was one of silence and secrecy, she was more then happy to keep it separate from others. But nothing was ever kept secret for long, an inquiring howl would snake upwards and slow Ezzy would lift her head, the metal band about her throat seeming to liquify as it allowed her to shift and move without hindering her. Part of her wanted to ignore the howl, dismiss it and go back to her nap but it was close and who knew what they might want. So slowly she would rise, lower jaw unhinging as she set out to begin sending sonar pings out. They would guide her to the boarder where a woman stood. She smelt of the mountain king's blood. A new recruit or a curious mind... <i>'Hail, what brings you to the forest?'</i> Words were relaxed and easy as they slithered into the woman's mind. Ezzy would come to halt a few feet away, standing relaxed so that massive tail would come to float at her side.

@Caracara
Lengthy ears tipped forward when a shadow figured approached. She was a tiny woman, much like herself. Her pelt was made up of greys, black and ivory, her eyes dark and bottomless pits. For a moment she thought the woman might be blind. Then out of nowhere a voice filtered through her mind, causing an ear to twitch with uncertainty. I noticed it was now claimed. I'm Rani of the pack on the mountain. She would start. I'm Caracara Madar. She would introduce. The woman before her appeared to be relaxed enough, her ridiculously long tail floating eerily. The woman had spoken so fluently into her mind she wondered what other magic she possessed, just how truly strong was this woman?

@Erzsébet
The woman didn't seem startled nor on edge, she did not jump at Ezzy's sudden appearance so Ezzy would allow her own expression to remain slack and unyielding. After a moment the woman would speak, giving the information that she was the Rani of the mountain pack. Another moment would pass to which Ezzy would allow slender skull to tip as if to better study the woman. Sonar would slip away as she allowed her aura reading to pick up. It wasn't quite as accurate as sonar, the aura hovering away from the flesh but it was easy enough to see where the woman was standing so she could focus sightless eyes on her. <I>'Erzsebet Bathory. Beg my pardon but last I spoke with the mountain pack I believe your brother ruled. Indian?'</I> She would question, forcing a frown on her features as if legit smite concern swirled within that dead heart of hers. <I>'Apologizes for not marking my claim, we are a rather secluded lot. As well I am mute, unable to call out my claim...'</I> She would explain, slender shoulders raising and falling in a dismissive shrug.

@Caracara
There was a tip to the unnamed womans skull, jaws slack in a peculiar manner. The Madar Queen was still not quiet sure of the voice that echoed in her mind, even as a name was given. Lips twitched with faint amusement as she would nod. You would be correct. My brother Indian had the pack for a time, but he was called home and has thus made me queen. She would explain, leaving out the part that her brother simply wasn't cut out for the job and had fled with little notice. The lack of announcement was made clear, the alpha being a mute. Interesting... But a dismissive shrug from the newly crowned queen put the matter to rest. Ah, well, it is good to know now that someone resides within this forest. A shrug would lift her own shoulders. Perhaps we could form a peace treaty of sorts between our packs while I'm here. She would inquire.

@Erzsébet
A simple explanation would be given to the mountain king's disappearance and she would accept it easily and without question. Some were not born to lead... The woman's thoughts were not loud and clear but Ezzy would hear snippets non the less. She would continue to say that she was glad that she had happened upon the boarders and Ezzy would nod slightly. <i>'As long as visitors are respectful our boarders are open to all. I intend to leave messages along the boarders when I have time.'</i> Erzs would clarify. More visitors meant more people to speak to and interact with, more people to teach of the gods. That was her goal in all of this anyways wasn't it...? The woman would inquire of a peace treaty and slowly the blind woman wold tip her head, brow furrowing in a strange man or as if taking the woman into a new regard. <i>'Your business is your own mountain queen, though I do extend an invitation to yourself and your pack. Should you ever wish to pray with us or learn more of your magic my wolves might be of assistance. We are a pack of learning and faith, we do not discriminate or judge any and our only goal in life is to further our faith. If you do not trouble us then we will cause no trouble for you...'</i> Ezzy would offer. She had no interest in this woman or her pack. <i>'A word of caution though, the meadows to your south have been claimed by a blind white king. He came here to try and take my home from me by force not too long ago...'</i> She would offer, the mountain queen could take her own inferences from it.

@Caracara
She would listen, not that she really had a choice with the womans voice echoing amongst her thoughts. A frown soon crossed the blind womans face before she spoke. Ah they would get along great. She as perfectly capable of minding her own business so long as others did the same. However, an invitation was offered, an invitation to furthers one magic. Hmm. I have no issue minding my own business, it is preferred. She would muse first. As for your invitation, I will speak to my members and see if there is any interest. If so, perhaps we could work something out. Her interest did spike when the mute queen offered a word of caution. A brow would arch before furrowing. Israfel? I believe I know who you speak of. He doesn't seem the type. She chose her words carefully, allowing a touch of caution to color her tones. She was not about to get in between enemies or join a war. It was bad enough that if they were indeed enemies, she had already promised protection to the man.
She would agree easily to mind her own business, seeming to be more then okay with this. That made things easier, one less pack to deal with. Hopefully she would have no issue minding her own business when it came to the other pack as well. She would say that she would speak to her pack, that they could decide later and Ezzy would nod slowly, head tipping curiously. <i>'As I said, our boarders are open, if you ever require our assistance or our teachings feel free to come find us.'</I> She would say, but then the woman would address her caution. Shoulders would rise and fall easily, <i>'I know not of the man personally, only of my one encounter of him.'</i> She would reply, though expression would remain carefully neutral.

@Caracara
She would nod as the woman offered teaching and aid should it ever been needed or desired. At least the packs around her were sensible and not just blood thirsty monsters seeking to take oer the world. However, the woman would only shrug in response to the issue of Isra. Her only encounter with the pale king was when he had tried to take her home. The Rani would think back on her meeting with him, he had seemed kind enough, a peaceful creature that didn't want unnecessary violence. Did he not know it was your home? She would inquire, wanting more information.

@Erzsébet
It was simple and easy with this woman, everything was cut and dry with no grey areas. She was the type of woman Ezzy could appreciate. Hopefully they would have no issues in the future... After her last words Ezzy would have been fine to leave it at that, there was little more left to say but the woman would inquire as to if he man knew that this place had been her home and again she would shrug. <i>'At the time I had not marked boarders officially, before him I had no intention of ever doing so. I have lived here since the first pack called it home. When he came my escort greeted him and when I arrived in the scene the man was calling my escort a servant. To this day don't believe that comment will go unpunished.'</i> She mused. She had been surprised that Odysseus had left with her after the challenge, but she had no doubt that he would seek out retribution soon enough. <i>'We spoke before we fought, I told him that even if he won I would sooner burn this forest to the ground then hand it over to him, so I have no doubt that he knew my attachment to my home. He was polite in his loss though, that much I can appreciate. How the next few months go will shed insights on how I intend to deal with him and his pack in the future.'</i> She wasn't an irrational woman, he was gracious in his loss and she could respect that. If he decided he needed to start a war then she would make sure he regretted it for the rest of his life...

@Caracara
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