Eris could have murdered Rebekah, but the truth was, she had no idea how one would do that, nor did she even want to do that. Rebekah meant well, although sometimes her deeds were misinterpreted. She sighed and she nodded to Rebekah, giving a small thank you after receiving her drink, but Elijah's question caught Eris slightly off guard. What was she in Mystic Falls? Wasn't it obvious? Oh wait, Elijah still didn't know why she had left in the first place, and it wasn't just him that brought her here. No. She had other things going on, oddly enough, and she took a long sip of the scotch placed before her and sighed.
"Multiple reasons have brought me here. Thought I'd offer my help in finding Esther, that and I've been tracking someone who came down this way." she answered. "Of course, there are other reasons I'm here to, but those are rather personal and I'd rather not share right now." she admitted, setting down her glass and tracing the mouth of it with her finger tip.
"Esther? How'd you know about that?" Rebekah asked.
"I have my sources. I try to keep in on the loop of all things over my head so I know when it's time to run and when it's time to fight." she said, and her eyes traveled back to her glass. "I have a few people looking into the matter for me. Been running with a crowd almost as old as I am. The only people older than me are you guys now, Sage was only older than me by about a year, but she's dead and gone from what I understand."
"Finn's whole bloodline-" Rebekah began.
"Died with him. I know, I've heard. Just glad I'm not running around like a headless chicken trying to figure out my sire line. I know whose bloodline I'm from." she said, her eyes shifting to Elijah, and then slowly back to her glass. She finished off the scotch and stood. "But, really, I must be going. I have a few things to look into, a few people I need to find and ask a few questions to, and then I need to find a blood bank to raid."
Rebekah looked at her. "But, you've just got here." she said, and Eris' eyes looked to Elijah. "You must come back. We haven't seen you in ages."
"I will, when I'm wanted." she commented and with that she was gone.
Klaus looked to Rosaline who was obviously uncomfortable with his presence there. Good. He wasn't there to make nice with her or actually forgive her for hiding Katerina. That Petrova doppelganger was an annoying pain in the side, and Elena was looking out for her friends and family. She was so much easier to manipulate, and she didn't run to protect those she loved. She was smarter in all respects. Still, Rosaline saying she was passing through made him chuckle. "Passing through? No supernatural ever just passes through. Ask Katerina. Her passing through got her stuck in a tomb, and stuck in a loft." he chuckled taking a long swig of his drink.
"Besides, I have bigger things to worrying about than you and Katerina at the moment, so you two are off the hook for now. She disappeared a while ago, and only returned to try and kill me. But with bigger problems, there come bigger pains in the ass." he said. He left out the part about a vampire hunter with dual personalities that were constantly fighting for control of the body. That was better left unsaid, and he sighed a bit before blinking and looking around.
"So, what really brings you into town?" Klaus asked, looking into Rosaline's eyes in an attempt to compel her. It was harder around here because Katerina had spread the trend of vampires drinking vervain. It both helped build up an immunity to it, and it prevented compulsion. It was a pain in the rear. Still, he was an Original and Originals could compel other vampires, a trick that came in handy quiet a lot.