Eliza sighed “ yes, I can see that thank you.” She said as she gave the hunter a hand up. “ Hey!” She says sharply as she quickly catches up with the girl. A gentle hand on her shoulder, “ what part of working together don’t you understand.” She said her expression frustrated but also concerned, “ We won’t get back home if we just wander off.” With that said the larger women gestured back to the other two.
Chris found his back laying not too far away from him. His weapons were all in tact, his archery gloves were in there as well. He grimaced as he saw the collapse-able bow. He instead picked up a simple gun from the case. How it was so light yet able to hold so much had always puzzled him, Gem loaded the gun before hiding it in his holster.
He made eye contact with the only remaining half-demon.
Alex felt a jolt of pain as he looked into Chris's eyes. They were almost the same startling blue as his own. he did not want to be here, with this person who reminded him so much of himself and at the same time of those who had killed so many. He looked away after a pause that was a smudge too long. "So..." he asked hesitantly, hostility on his tongue. "How many of my kind have you killed?"
“ My name Is Elizabeth Nacht, but please call me Eliza.” she introduced as she walked them back to the group. Eliza was dressed fairly simply. Though it was obvious from her outiftt she was from the country side.
Chris looked down. “ t-three.”he answered voice weak. He pulled up his sleeve to reveal three angry cuts on his arm.
“ I-I has a new line f-for every life I’ve taken.” Chris said quietly. “ I-I never asked to be a hunter.”
Alex held his breath as he saw the scars. This hunter... was much different then the ones he had known for most of his life. He opened his mouth to speak and then closed it again, unsure of what to say. But one thing was certain; he couldn't bare to look at this boy anymore. Alex let anger overtake him and his expression was once again heartless, as he turned away from the demon hunter and waited impatiently for the others to return. he wanted answers, but he did not want him from this particular stranger.
Ganz watched the girls for a few more seconds before silently returning to the other two males, glancing at the hunter curiously before looking at the other hybrid and stopping, appearing to be waiting for sonething