“That seems like Alkoris” The young Tiefling sighed quietly. Bursting into a fit of giggles as he teased her about her height. Lightly swatting at him playfully “you’re one to talk, you’re only just taller than me” the woman continued to laugh and smile. “You know, I’ve never met someone like you. I hope we can be friends” she admitted timidly, face bashful again. It was hard to admit, but Arashi was already very fond of the wizard and appreciated the ease that they had between each other.
Eyes lighting up in delight at learning a potential vulnerability she’d find displayed from the prickly male if she kept an eye out for it. Surrendering with another laugh as she let him pull her to the floor, sitting in front of the man and settling down expectantly. “I love books, Nadia didn’t have many. But I read the ones she had from cover to back more times than I could count, even cook books” Hoping the story he had just told her of the princess was made up as Ara grinned “how about a real happy one?” smiling as a cat wandered up to her, pulling a pillow from the couch and curling up on the floor with a small yawn. Nestling her head onto the pillow as she gazed up at the wizard. Giggling and smiling in wonder as he spoke of the memory he shared with Alkoris, not surprised by his fear, recalling that the Warlock didn’t like dogs.
Lightly petting a cat that settled with her on the floor, stretched out alongside the young woman. “How many cats do you have? Where did they come from? Who was the first one?” Unable to contain all her questions about all his four legged furry creatures. Over time as the night grew later, the young woman was clearly starting to drift off to sleep. Finally falling asleep on the floor, a peaceful smile on her lips as Sesim was in the process of another story. They had had a wonderful night of laughter and stories and silly fun and much talk of cats.