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Interview: Session Two
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: I... I would rather not risk a betrayl, I still worry about Vile because of what he's become.
: I am proud of what my daughter is doing to keep power of the Legion alive in this world. How I wish I was there to assist her efforts. It is a wonder she has not attempted to ressurect me a manner similar to Vile. But, given the results of that, it is reasonable.
Phillip is nice, and is relatively pleasant to be around. He's a very good friend, and I enjoy his company. His... affections could complicate things. Even with him living, I'm not interested in pursuing a romantic relationship. I'm not sure what I think of his new body. I'm happy for him, but it seemed... simpler, when he was a Lich. Now there is all this intrapersonal baggage we have to deal with...
I'm not certain what I think of Star-Pelt. For a while there, he was filling a fatherly role for me, but after he died...
I suppose I lost attachment to him after that.
As for me, I'm not sure about Lak'tuk. On the one hand, I can sympathize with her fate. I doubt he had much choice in her path, and I'm sorry for that. But Dag'rema had little choice in her becoming a warlock as well, but that doesn't excuse her actions. Lak'tuk and Dag'rema hurt me and disfigured my face. I can have little pity for her own injuries.
You hesitated there for a moment, and you didn't answer my question, would you like Gallo to stop in his kind actions to you, and rather him be a spiteful unwilling servant? Also are you going to confront Gallo about his kindness to you, and if he continues actions what will you do?
Koren Vile Sr.:
It is for the better friend, I mean after all, it would be better to be stuck here in limbo instead of fused with some crone of a death knight from the second war.
Then on that note Gurka, tell me your reaction to Ga'crane's actions, do you think he went overboard? or not far enough? Also, if you meet the warlock that you fought in Silithus, would you want him to react the same way again?
: As long as he dosn't betray me, I am fine.
Ga'Crane... Well, I do admit he's a bit overzealous, but I think his heart's in the right place. He promised me he'll control himself, and I trust him.
Of course, of course.
: 'ave confidence in me, trade baron.
This is for that tasty little morsel Snowmane; I've seen how you hate Lobo Hendricks so for the death of your family; from that would be world conquering rapist Bloodhowl, to poor broken little Lighthowl....but I have a secret for you little one, a very large and oh so quite amusing secret. Would you like to know it?
*She grins slyly, tapping one long finger on the side of her leg, her eyes wide with madness*
I do not fear your secrets. Nothing you can tell me can possibly make me feel worse.
Oh believe me little Snowmane, I can make you feel far worse. As for the secret; did you know at one point I took the souls of your dear grandfather and his two prime mates, played with them a bit, then stuck them into a set of three corpses and turned them into my own personal bodyguards? Oh, I had so much fun sending them off to kill their old friends and allies...and when I finally grew tired of them, I made one last use of their soul crystals: I put them into the spell I needed to release the Beast and put it under the full control of Lobo. Oh how the spirits within them screamed and begged me to make the pain stop as their essences bled into the spell, before finally destroying them completely.
*She shudders in remembered joy and ecstasy*
And as for your dear sister, attempted rapist nephew, and niece...I had a hand in their deaths as well. I was part of the group that captured them, I drove Lobo insane with the need for revenge, and I set him on them.
*She grins as she stares at Snowmane*
Do you know why I did all of this little Snowmane? For the pure and simple fact that I wanted your sister's pelt. I made it into such a nice cloak, though Lobo did crush her head so I couldn't use that to make the hood as I wanted to. And your little niece Lighthowl? I wanted to turn her pelt into a little muff to keep my hands warm, and a matching pair of fur skinned boots.....and I guess, I'm a little responsible for the death of Twinmoon as well.
*Her grin gets wider*
That was an unexpected side effect, considering how much Lobo respected that old Warlock. And I never really expected him to sacrifice himself to disrupt plans of Blackbite and those Legion members she was working on.
*She shrugs in an off handed way*
Oh well; they helped me in the end. I got to enjoy the sadness and agony Lobo experienced over the death of his mentor, and had the way open for me to move in and fill the void.
Just thought you should know little one, that all the things you blame Lobo for, weren't completely in his own control. It's just so easy to manipulate someone from the sidelines, and draw out those tasty tasty emotion. So long little morsel.
*Kali hums as she starts to walk away*
: And its still sad Snowmane will never get her revenge...
*uncovers Nightbane's ears* Please be careful where you speak.
Oh bravo! It's so nice to see people who actually have imagination these days. Far too many are simply sufficed with having their way with things but put no real thought into the designs.
*slight twitch* I don't care about whatever you did to my parents. I never even knew them; I don't care for them.
As for my sister and Rienbach... That's disgusting and abhorrent, but from what I understand, you can't tell the difference between right and wrong anymore. You do horrible things, but you can't help it. It's in your nature. You just need to be put down.
What bothers me about Lobo is that he's a person, an ordinary mortal, who did horrible things out of spite, rather than madness.
But don't worry. After I kill Lobo, I'll make sure to put you down too.
*Kali stops and looks over her shoulder*
Child, even on my absolute worse day, you couldn't touch me with your pathetic grip on magic. And don't be too certain about Lobo; between the spell I cast to drive his rage and hatred of Bloodhowl into over time and the corruption I laced through him during the spell to unlock the Beast, his mind wasn't all there when he murdered your precious little family.
But if you'd like, I can always turn you into that muff and boots like I was going to do to Lighthowl; your pelt is good enough for that, even if the rest of you is merely a wreck and you cling to that addiction to the bottle like it's a life line.
*Kali winks at Snowmane then turns away again*
If it wasn't his
he'd say that, rather than justifying it.
Oh child, do you actually think he remembers what I did to him? No, I made sure of that; he remembers attacking them, and he remembers the spell starting but beyond that, I was merely pulling his leash. Lobo will forever live with the shame that got him exiled, and I'll forever be the one to drive him to it.
Lovely isn't it?
Koren senior, your apprentice seems to have gotten himself into quite the situation here.
What are your feelings on the whole ordeal?
Clearly the shame doesn't bother him that much, or he wouldn't be so f*cking smug about it.
Kalistra Sunstorm, Kor Bloodfist, the Silent One:
*the Three observing what's going on in Aftermath*
Oh joy, yet another little magi who decides he's meant to be a master swordman in addition to using the power of magic.
*suggestion of rolling eyes, even though she has no eyes to roll*
The Silent One:
Really? A flyswatter? Is his brain even there or is it just an empty hole in the middle of his head?
Isn't there anything better on?
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