A small sneer twisted the sensual lips of the drow's mouth. She knew from the beginning that she would have to put up with those that didn't exactly see eye to eye with her but to have an elf and gnome part of the mix was almost too much. The mage she could deal with. Though not necessarily on the same wave length she sensed a bit of a kindred spirit in the man dressed in blue. Of course one thing Heather could be sure of was that he and the warrior dressed in red had some type of relation in common, their similar appearances were to canny to be a coincidence.
“My, my, it seems she is really reaching if she is going to seek help from the elves.” Heather couldn't help it. The blonde elf was standing there and existing, it got on her nerves very quickly.
“Actually I was thinking the same thing about you.” The elf turned and smiled sweetly and the drow. The warmth didn't reach her eyes. “Things must be fairly dire if the drows are involved but don't worry. I know to watch my back with your...” Kiya looked Heather over before continuing her sentence. “...kind around.” She smirked, this time the smile reached her eyes.
“Hey! Hey! No time to have this petty stuff going on! We need to get going! The world is at stake and needs are help!” The small pink haired gnome came bounding between the two, her weapon slung over her shoulder.
“And what are you suppose to be?” Red eyes turned down to the gnome.
“I am Anya! Master of disguise! I can get in anywhere and take anything without anyone knowing.” She patted her pocket with a knowing grin.
Narrowing her eyes Heather glared at the small humanoid. “I better not be missing one of my possessions or you will learn exactly what my specialty is.” She gave a knowing grin and looked over the rest of the group.
Anya really didn't care what the drow thought or if she could carry out any of her threats. All the gnome knew was she was going to be the first one that will learn exactly what gnomes were about. A sneaky grin lit her face and she turned to the elf. “So what is your name? What do you do? How about the rest of you?” Teal eyes turned and looked at the few people around her.
“I am Kiya my little friend.” She smiled kindly down at the hyper rogue and nodded before giving a whistle. A large wolf responded immediately and bounded to her side, his intelligent eyes giving the drow a once over. “This is Coia.” She rubbed the top of the white wolf's head while a large brown hawk landed on her shoulder. “And, this is Mie.” Golden eyes looked over the group, its head tilting to look better.
“Awesome!” Anya rushed over and looked into Coia's eyes before reaching out and petting the wolf. Kiya couldn't help but laugh when first Coia bared his teeth before his tail began to swing, the gnome didn't notice the first part though. “And, who are you?” She glanced up at the drow that was now glaring at the two creatures.
“Do not worry your little head about who I am. I doubt you will be around long enough to even remember it.” Heather tossed the threat at the gnome.
Anya was oblivious to anything the drow did or said and looked around at the rest of the people with a shrug. “How about you guys? What do I call you guys? When should we get going? Are you guys ready? Which direction are we going to head in? So? So? So? I'm ready! I'm ready! I'm ready!” The hyper gnome pointed her hammer-pick toward the sky.
“Patient little one.” Kiya said with a laugh and looked at the others. “Our small friend has a point. I would like to know who my companions are.” She smiled kindly while absently petting Coia.
The drow rolled her red eyes and a short hard breath escaped her, showing her exacerbation at the two creatures. “Shouldn't we be going?”
“Things waited this long, I'm sure it can wait just a minute or two more.” Kiya looked at the drow.
Anya groaned. “Well hurry up!”