The night was perfect and the weather was crisp and clear. The usual feeding sights were thick with noise and full of blood warm humans, so this forest was definitely a change and complete environment shock. All that the leader, Ausarot, knew was that this girl had to be silenced from telling her tall tales and spreading the likeliness potentials of vampires existing. It wasn't her prerogative to ruin their secrecy and the way she depicted vampires royally rubbed Ausarot in all the wrong ways. As long as she answered to "Rose" he'd know he'd have his target.
As the lanky man used his agility and stealth to maneuver through the forest, his silence was compromised by the forest floor, but at least the trees provided a decent cover. It wasn't until the grass hit his feet that he became as silent as a stalking shadow. Creeping towards the house and then following her scent towards a lake. His breath could be seen by the cold air as much as his pale skin wold glow in this darkness. He rushed his steps in a light jog and let his long feathering hair float in the air. Catching his breath, he practically crawled towards his target and hid himself behind a tree where he could peer at her actions.
He knew she was cautious, but she was still a simpleton human, and he would enjoy sinking his teeth into her skin amongst his peers. The Voltori would all be gracious in this meal and celebrate the death of secrets told. Ausarot's brilliant blue eyes, like sapphires, watched her dip herself into the water and that's when he decided to strike. With amazing speed, his tip toe dash towards the lake was meant for her to spin around and be completely startled. As the water barely reached his toes, he gave the girl a cold stare and was motionless. "Rose..." He spoke softly with a gentle voice, letting the moonlight cast a spotlight silhouette on his head, down his shoulders, and rest where ever it landed. "I've been looking for you." He forced a small grin across his face, ear to ear before holding a hand off to the side as a way of a greeting.