How he liked to make others squirm a little. Deikona smirked a little. By arranging this entire event, he was sure he had driven quite the thorn into Shari's side, complicating the Demoness' claim upon the demon spawn that grew within Ka'liya's womb. The more Shari squirmed, the more satisfied he could feel about this affair that had drawn these seven together, "No, I have no desire to add any additional information... after all, this is hardly my problem. I'm merely here to ensure that it is known that the girl belongs to me until Adriel comes to collect what belongs to him..." Storm grey hues shifted towards the demon who embodied the sin of envy within her, his attention being drawn by a certain gleam that had lit up in her eyes. He knew that look in her eyes... knew the want and need that had blossomed in her core... with Ka'liya held within her sights.
A threat to his interests.
Falling back into silence as questions were asked.
"We could always just... get rid of the brats." A husky wheezing voice sounded out, almost in irritation, drawing a snigger from the incubus that was present, "Oh? Shall we bake them into a pie for you and serve them on a silver platter, Ja'Vino?" Yellowed hues held mild amusement still as the glutton licked his lips, a almost sickening grin crossing his face, "It's more to my taste to devour them alive and whole." He answered in response, earning himself a nab in the ribs that never quite reached his ribs, Greed's elbow just sinking into one of those vile fat rolls that clung to Ja'Vino's over fed body, "Ugh- disgusting!" She gasped, sliding away quickly when a stench reached her, her features quite plainly displaying her disgust with the other, "We did not gather here to watch you stuff your face." She muttered, looking towards Ka'liya. A child held no interest to her. Unlike Deikona, she had no desire for petty 'dolls' or weak and fragile humans. No, she was interested in things that lasted a bit longer... gems... beautiful, glorious gems. Her eyes shifting longing towards Pride's neck again. Oh, no, there was never enough to satisfy her when it came to the pretty stones that shimmered so brightly even in a dulled light, "I cast my vote- The children should go to Shari. Unless Adriel himself walks in here and revokes the agreement his own offspring made on his behalf, then the deal is valid." She commented, leaning back and crossing her legs, "Now, the sooner I can leave, the better." She muttered.
"So soon? With no questions?" Kieran questioned, smoothing back several strands of silvery white hair that had fallen down, his gaze sliding down the demoness' body out of pure habit, blinking a little when the demoness shifted, "I care not for the affairs of some pitiful seer and her 'unfortunate' predicament." She commented, "My vote stands."
"I see... Ja'Vino?"
"A deal is a deal." A wheeze sounded, "Besides..." He wiped at his chin absently to attempt to clear away a bit of spit that had dripped down from the edge of his mouth, "...this entire ordeal is trifling. Twins are rare, there was no way of knowing that two would grow within her womb. To challenge a already made deal..." He chuckled, his hungry gaze settling on Ka'liya, "You're merely pulling at feebly attached strings, girl. Hand the brats over to Shari."
Kieran mused absently. Two votes out of seven aimed towards Shari's favor. Two votes casted out of a lack of interest in the situation.
"Tell me, Seer..." He stated speaking, leaning forwards slightly, "Let's suppose that you DO reclaim the right to your offspring... what do you intend to do when Adriel comes to collect?"