"Yes, I volunteered to walk her over after I close the bar. I'm curious as to who would've given her that place. I certainly wouldn't want to live there. It's been abandoned for years; I'm sure there's spiders everywhere." Savas' tail flicked restlessly, and he began to scrub the bar, removing nonexistent specks of dirt. The fox kept the bar clean, and was proud of it. "Sammy, they usually keep us out of documentaries and such. We request it. If everyone knew of us, curious people would flock to Eden Forge. All the people would turn this place from such a beautiful area to one filled with the pollution and waste that comes with tourism. Most of us like our disconnected status as well." To Amon, he said, "Oh, d'you think Miki would mind playing for me occasionally? I think music would liven the place up a bit, and I know my babies would adore it. Oh, hold on just a minute, let me check on everyone. I'll be right back."
Savas excused himself from Sammy and Amon, and made his way around the room. Customers low on drinks promptly received refills, and Savas answered any questions about the new human that he could, fending off the questions he couldn't answer yet for later. Of course, everyone was quite curious about Sammy; why wouldn't they be? Savas himself burned with curiosity to learn more about her.
Frisk followed him about the room, purring loudly when Savas picked him up as he approached the bar once again. "Sorry about that. Oh, this is Frisk. He's quite an annoying little bugger, but I love him. If you give him any attention at all, he'll never leave you alone."