The perception of the young vampire could vary from person to person. But, in reality she wasn't quite as stuck up as her ancestors. Sure there were things that she did agree with, but one thing she was curious about was the other forms out there like the Lycans. They might not be their best friend, but if course she felt like she should be allowed to befriend one if she wanted to. It was a blessing in some ways but a curse in the fact that she couldn't let her clan know how she thought. If any of them got word of this then she would surely get some sort of punishment. Just the fact that Rina had heard the whole encounter between Koli and the young woman did make her an accessory, but at the moment she didn't mind. It would allow her to get to know the young man before her, and to hear more stories if he was willing to share them with her. She didn't feel threatened by the mere presence of Koli which was a complete relief to her. She didn't want to travel with someone she felt awkward around, but instead she was intrigued by him. When he spoke she couldn't help but snort softly. "Of course it's common for an immortal to feel that way. I mean, why wouldn't they want to focus on anything that could bring the immortal race one step forward? All they want to do is live in the past which won't get them anywhere." She commented with a small eye roll.
She was quite amused by her new acquaintance but she could tell that something was different about him. Perhaps it was because he wasn't like other Lycans out there. Though the other part of the mystery didn't matter to her since she was more like this new guy than she knew. Sure, they were both under some sort of stress of their current lives. He was forced to perform on a daily basis it seemed, while she was forced to keep track of the enemies, map their every move, and stop them from reaching her clan. There was no time for her to relax, or do things she wanted when she wanted. Hence the reason she was forced l arm herself when she left the home. She usually came more prepared with more than one weapon, but tonight she didn't want to be burdened with the other two weapons she would carry around. If she had anymore thoughts she wanted to think they were out on pause as he spoke. "I wasn't aware that breathing fire could actually do that to the body. I could imagine that it could be quite a scary scene. Am I right there?" Rina asked, a small smile appearing on her face. Her pace was rather fast as she walked down the path but she knew where they needed to go, and she also knew that they had a deadline to meet if they wanted to leave this town. "Yeah, the roads here aren't the best. The townspeople here don't think the roads need to be spectacular to travel, but it's a pain in the ass to the newcomers. As a matter of fact I do know some of the history if this town. But, it's definitely sad to say that this town here has always been on the redneck side." She wanted to say some additional stuff, but she had to pause and laugh softly at her own words. It was amusing, yet she knew his questions were heartfelt. "Witches? I've heard if them, yet I've never actually come across one. Apparently they are supposed to be real and there is rumor that one lives not too far from here. Small we make an unexpected stop and see if the rumors are indeed true?" Of course the trip wouldn't be too far out of their way, but it could sooth their curiosity.