Aurora rolled her eyes at the sergal, still believing him ignorant. Imminent war, desires for peace, she had heard it all before. She had seen far too many creatures come and go with the same visions. If anything bad were to happen, it would have happened already. It would have happened long ago. Most young creatures thought they saw so much need in the world, but she knew that there was nothing anyone could do. She wanted desperately to look this sergal in the eye, tell him what she was, and send him on his way, but she knew that she couldn't do that. It would have done so much more bad than good for her. She just needed to find a way to get this thing out of Brooklyn, and soon. She wanted no part of him, and she didn't need to be doing any babysitting anytime soon.
She collected herself before saying "I've been along longer than you would think to believe, and I don't need to be told about the state of the world. Just don't let me see you causing trouble around campus again, alright?" Without waiting for a response, Aurora turned on her heels, strutting quickly away. She needed to get to class, and she didn't want to waste another moment with this kid.
Arabella looked down at her dress again, thinking about how embarrassing it would be to get it soaked, keeping in mind what white clothes did when wet. She nodded to her friend, agreeing that moving inside was definitely best. Before she could say anything, though, she spotted the flier. Blinking from shock, her eyes followed the young man. He spotted her, and she blushed, looking away at Mikhael. "That him?" she asked discreetly. He didn't have a chance to answer, though, before noticing that the young man was walking away. He had probably thought that she and Mikhael were random humans, and wanted to get away before they investigated the impossible. She understood; she would have done the same if anyone had seen her as a Nemean.
She headed after the young man, waving for Mikhael to follow. He was moving quickly around corners, and Arabella had to jog to catch up. She finally reached him, though, moving around in front of him, and stopping him in his tracks. "Hey," she said, trying to seem as innocent and human as possible, "did I just see you...flying?"