You Who I Called Sister Sept 9, 2019 6:25:44 GMT -6
Post by Queen Kayen on Sept 9, 2019 6:25:44 GMT -6
| Kayen PL: 140,000 |
Kayen almost had a snarky comeback ready for Nero when he asked if she wasn’t hungry but the statement he followed that up with threw her off causing the Queen to raise an eyebrow in confusion, who had Nero spoken to that apparently had gotten him to promise to hear her out? Who did she even know on Earth that would KNOW to make that sort of effort and beyond that WANT to. She spoke to practically nobody about her past, only a few people got small bits and pieces, usually with difficulty out of Kayen.
Off the top of her head she could only really think of Tarch, Nashua, and Ramen as some of the few that would know enough to possibly do so, Nashua knew the least of the three, though that hardly removed the potential she would try something like that, if she managed to find out about their connection somehow her friendly nature would likely have encouraged her to try to help.
Tarch was an odd one, he knew a little more through her inadvertent ‘need’ to explain a bit about her family to the boy during their training though she was fairly certain Nero had never come up.
Ramen knew the most though, and her own troubles with her family might have been enough to encourage Nero to listen to her, but Ramen had never mentioned meeting Nero, surely she would have?
Then again there was also a chance it was Pankaa, the little one had claimed he wouldn't say anything but he WAS just a child and Nero his parent, though Kayen had a feeling Nero would likely be MORE angry if he found out through Pankaa.
All her thinking however did little to help Kayen with her more primary issue, what to SAY, Nero would apparently hear her out but she needed something to actually say to him to be heard, part of her had sort of figured Nero would do a bunch of yelling first and she could figure out what to do from there.
“Who asked you to hear me out” Kayen blurted out the first thing that came to her mind and pretty immediately regretted it, it was perhaps the least actually useful thing she could have said in this scenario, especially considering Nero’s mood. If he had been inclined to tell her he likely would have given the name or names to start with.
“Er.. no.. thats.. That's not important”
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