"I was asking if you though they were fast enough to get here before one of us is bleeding," Orca explained, although, despite the intended threat, his hand wavered and then left the side of his bo staff.
Then, he lifted his hands slowly, a somewhat delayed show that he too had disarmed himself now, "But, there's no need for hostilities now we're on the same track."
Just as slowly as he'd raised them, Orca lowered his hands, and tossed his poncho down from his shoulder, so his bo staff was obscured.
"The money sounds nice, but I'm not in this business for the rupees," he tipped his hat forwards again, bathing his face in shadow, "But if these... side jobs, actually help Kakariko. If you give me something that shows me the resistance is more than just a bunch of petty thieves and murderers? You have my trust, and service."
Orca folded one arm over the other, and narrowed his eyes as he considered all that King had said. Then, he nodded to himself, "And I'm right to presume, if you are part of the resistance, the girl is just for leverage, right? No pay if she's harmed," he threw a final glance towards King's men, before sighing deeply.
"The Inquisitors. I've seen them around Kakariko too, and I haven't heard pleasant things. I'll stay out of their way if I can, and if I can't, I'll make sure I do what I can to ensure they don't get back up when we're finished..." he trailed off.
"Caught between the killers of the innocent and the lesser of two evils. Goddesses have mercy."
The Sheikah hesitated for but a moment, and then extended one hand to King, whilst placing the other against the Eye of Truth stitched into his poncho.
"Alright, King. You've got yourself a deal," he awaited King's handshake to seal the agreement, "I'll join your resistance. But know that my loyalty is to Kakariko and her people, nothing more. I won't sink to the ranks of petty thieves and murderers- Any life you ask me to take, will have to be one that benefits them all."