(( I’m very happy with this thing!! page 2 maybe tomorrow! :B))
“interested” hmmm? and why might that be? *smirk
As am I *bows. Refreshing to recieve word from a non-human, and another of royal lineage at that. Truly. So, you are a demon? I’ve had dealings with a particularly persistent one. Supposedly from your part of the world. Large, Red, Stone armed, foul-tongued, enamored with foiling my plans. *mumbles “Hellboy”, I believe. I do hope you are not in league with such an individual…
To bring it out of its decrepit state of fragility and delusion; to bring it back to its former glory of the olden ages, before humanity had sullied our world. That, mortal, is my only aim, that years of planning in exile, will finally bring to light. It will not end well for humankind. I, too, will honor the ways of my father before he had begun harboring mistaken feelings of sentiment toward mortal man. I respect him without question as his son and will not seek to smear blasphemy upon his legacy. You can be sure of that. Of course, its curious that a human shows interest in my “future”. heh *smirks
If that’s all?
Do go ahead, mortals
Dear beloved Prince Nuada Silverlance.
There are mortals who adore the “old world” and would be proud to live in Harmony with Bethmoora. I always believed in you since I was a little girl. Allow me to be yours … *kneeling*
Very, very heartfelt if my instincts are correct. Its only a rare breed such as yourself that is truly “enlightened”. If only these mortals you mention would make themselves better known to me. But I suppose its good to know not all humans are as deluded as they appear *smirk. Normally I would shun your kind, but in this case,I accept. As long as you do not waver in your loyalty, I grant you the blessing of the Bethmoora Clan as well as my own~
(not my gif)
Fair question, human, I will humor you- I won’t say that I felt nothing- indeed I felt deep love and respect for my father; a great king in his day. Sadness and grief dog me still. But his time was over, and our people had fallen into a twilight he failed to acknowledge by complying with humankind. A futile delusion I was disgusted by. There needed to be action. The Golden army was the only way to do this. Father would not heed, or sway on his stubborn acceptance despite how far we’d fallen. I simply did what needed to be done, nothing more; I do not regret my actions~