Interacting With: Sala & Vala, Guthrie, Capitan Nevan
“Thank you” Vamon added as the woman offered to go to the garrison. He found it interesting that he would be going back there so soon, it was an odd feeling to remember just how much had happened in a single day. He funds the mentions of vampires rather interesting though. He hadn’t met a vampire during his travels, but he had always been interested in the idea of them. He had heard all the stories but hoped one day to speak with one about their ‘affliction’ face to face. But the idea of them serving in the church was… odd. It seemed such an affront to the church that it was almost comical. It made him more mad than amused, but he could see the irony in the situation. He let out a sigh before he spoke.
“It seems things were in a far worse state then I imagined. I guess we got out at the right time then” He said in a jovial but tired tone. He couldn’t help but feel a little disparaged as all his suspicious as a young man were confirmed. His thoughts turned to his father for a moment. It pained him to think that his own father might be among those corrupted by power, but it could very well be the case. He thought for a moment whether it would be good to ask her, to ask if he was among her information, but decided to leave it be.
“Well it looks like you have a rather interesting beast in your sights, Guthrie” Vamon said, trying to not zone out in thought again. “Once we find out more I might be able to compare with my own notes. Perhaps I have read of it somewhere.” He felt it only natural to show interest in his companion’s goals. Not to mention a beast strong enough to simply evade an encounter from the head guard was nothing to scoff at. Something that strong would make an interesting specimen if they were to eventually find it. He glanced back to the Capitan and smiled, though it was hidden by his mask.
“Yes, I do plan to return eventually. Perhaps even to Belizarius one day, if things eventually change” He said with a hopeful tone. He really did miss the city, but he mostly missed his family. His mother, and even after all he had been through, he still missed his father. After all, he owed his life to his father in more ways than one. Their next meeting seemed so far off, but he couldn’t help looking forward to it with anticipation and anxiety.