Well, this just grew more interesting by the minute. The player that sent the emails, Loch, seemed to actually be sincere in her message, at least for the moment. And then Melfette of all people popped in next to him, spouting some cheerful words out before looking up at him in fear. Oh for the love of - he spent three hours helping the Rare Hunter search for that damn sword and she didn't even remember him? Then again, this did seem rather normal for her. With an eyebrow raised in amusement, Lantus sheathed his sword, raising his hands up in a gesture of peace.
"Relax, Melfette. It's just me, Lantus. Remember that time I helped you get that rare Broad Sword? What was it's name, Meteorite Colossus or something." He said, walking into the house proper and plopping his ass down on a seat, crossing one leg over the other as he just smiled at Loch. Might as well try to calm her down. Wouldn't want her first impression of him to get even worse. He could always just piss her off later for his own amusement, anyways.
"I think I'll wait and hear you out before I do anything. I'm not really the type to strike first, you realize. It's a lot more fun if whoever I'm going up against is actually willing to fight." The Armsmaster explained in an attempt to placate the seemingly-irritated PC. . "And it's really just prudent. Wouldn't be the first time someone's tried to off me with that tactic." And Lantus's expression turned serious once more as Loch requested some measure of secrecy. "Fine, then. This is starting to actually be interesting. You've got my vow of silence."