((( ooc: Hey Silv! Sorry for the delay in my post. It happens quite often, unfortunately. )))
Even if Hell's snout was preoccupied indulging itself on the oddly appealing salty fragrance of the sea( she quite enjoyed the prickling sensation it left on the calloused corner's of her lips ), her bush of a tail, however remained abroad, its voluptuous tendrils leisurely weaving between the curves of her haunches, mischievously plotting to tickle a patch of fur she couldn't reach. Overjoyed at the increase of personal space via beach, her d.a.m.n tail could hardly be controlled nowadays and as per the last few hours, it remained sky bound, gleaming streaks of crimson and cream exposed as it seductively entwined through the sun's lavish rays.
After a while the savage female's mind sought relapse and, aside from the sea's tantalizing aroma, the Dire paid no heed to her sandy environment. It was as if another dimension had arisen from the murky depths of her conscience and displayed itself in front of her. She was watching herself through her eyes three years before, stumbling into a labyrinth of vegetation foreshadowed by the redolence of an ominous presence. The essence of battle cries graced her mind only, it was a reminiscence; a plague that hadn't bestowed its tyrannies upon the fabric of her sanity for years, Kieodo, that was. The two female's had come face to face in those haunting woods beyond her eyes, the once trusted companion morphing into a demonic creature as her health failed. The new Kieodo was hellbent on claiming her life, her features retaining the unbalanced characteristics of a loon. The noticeable apex between its ribcage and hindquarters; an unusual frantic glow radiating from its bloodshot eyes; the enormous expansion of new dragon wings, cartilage hanging of its bones; these traits set the creature apart from anything she'd ever faced, proving to be an impressive adversary. Amid the glorious shower of blood and sinew, the evenly matched pair came to a silent stalemate parting ways as quickly as they had met.
Soft whispers carried from the male and female Hell spotted earlier roused her from the daydream, slapping reality into perspective. She became aware of the fact she'd traversed nearly the whole distance, perhaps over confidently invited herself amidst the pair, blatantly turning to face SilverClaw, tail suddenly coiling dominantly above her haunch. Any other canid arriving so abruptly without word might have been embarrassed, but Hell was headstrong outwardly, and inwardly, claiming the dominant status of the group, her lips wreathing over a fine set of pearly whites.
She gave no introduction, merely raised an eyebrow before invading SilverClaw's personal bubble, sniffing her way up the female's front legs. Reclining upon taut haunches, he Dire allowed both feet to sprawl apart in a comical state of comfort, plume rounding itself above her shoulder.
"Tell me female," the brutess began, the cynical tones of mockery apparent as the cruel drone of her voice abruptly shattered her silent entrance. Her dislike of males was evident in the position of her body, and she placed a paw forward to indicate the silver streaked male before absentmindedly scooting closer to Silver. "of what use is this male to you?"
Oh yes, she would continue. Emotions? Such a phrase was not part of Hell's vocabulary. What other wolves felt had absolutely no effect on her, as divulged when greeting a trash couple such as this.
"He's obviously on his last legs..." she feigned a pause absentmindedly sizing the female up, taking notice to her silver claws before lifting a rear leg to franticly scratch under her ear,
"why not kill him?"
Her head was cocked as she was honestly perplexed, as well as irritated. She was brought up to kill those too weak for survival and thought it unnatural for this male to survive beyond the evening, being taken back with the pleasantries the female gave him. Her fur was bristled around the scruff, though she was clearly not intimidated by either, visage remaining featureless and blank.
Under Investigation of the K-IA.