When it was time for Lucilia to enter, she was a bit surprised to see Pylia come out. What was she doing with the Archmage, Lucilia wondered. No matter, if it truly concerned her, then Lucilia would find out in due time. Upon entering the Archmage's office, Lucilia bowed her head and had a mall, polite smile on her face. "Good morning, Archmage. I do hope that last night was not too disruptive for you." Lucilia's smile began to fade, however, as she closed the door behind her. "However, I am not here for casual conversation. If I may do so direct, I do believe it would be in all of our best interest to have the... Carceuss return to its home. There are many things happening in the world right now, one such thing that, I believe, will made the Carceuss become a threat to the well being of everyone in the academy. Just like yesterday." Lucilia was referring to the incident with Uicle, the one that Lucilia hazily remembered seeing the Archmage interfere in. "Something beyond the walls of the academy happened last night. I do not know what... But I believe that the Carceuss was reacting to it. It may know more about it than I do. But I also believe that whatever happened last night will make the Carceuss more violent then usual. You know what I speak of, do you not, Archmage? I'm sure all of us felt something. Others more so." Indeed, the lingering feeling of something monumental happening was something Lucilia could not shake off. She still had the poisons and traps in her rooms. "That is why I think it would be best to have the creature return to where it came. As it stands, the Carceuss could very well become a very dangerous threat to your students, with little warning or provocation. And I do not say that simply because it is in their nature. Something is happening, Archmage. Something very evil as awaken, and I believe that the Carceuss may be getting influenced by it, even here.