Myra was still a bit worried about Darius and Artemis. Even though Mathis said he would help her to find them she was still a bit worried. After everything that happened, who knows what could have happened to them? She could only hope they were safe since she simply couldn't go running around to try and find them for two reasons: Not only the amount of smells was too much for her to track them down properly but if she got separated from Mathis and her new friends and lost, things might get even harder for Myra. The fact that she would likely have to look for them on the town, a place she wasn't familiar with, was even worse for her. The fact that the yellow haired elf said that he didn't saw them made the idea of Myra going herself looking for them even more unlikely to succeed. Still, she wasn't alone. Mathis would help her to find them as he promised.
With the night getting darker, they needed to find a place for them to rest. When the yellow haired elf mentioned that the city was dangerous and saying he was going to go to the forest with the girl, Myra immediately looked to Mathis, nodding towards him, making it clear she agreed with the elf and that they should go to the forest as well. Not only she was going to be way more comfortable and calmer on the forest, she would also be able to get something for them to eat.
Myra got immediately a bit calmer once she found herself in an environment she knew and was accustomed with. Although she was fine sleeping almost anywhere, she still didn't completely trust the elf nor the girl. Even though they had indeed helped to heal her, they were still strangers for her. Unfortunately, even though her idea was to go to the forest but not together
with the elf and the girl, it seemed Mathis had misunderstood her and they ended up going together, which didn't prevent her from keeping her eyes on the two while they looked for a spot to stay for the night. Even though it took some time for Myra to be able to sleep, especially due to being together with two strangers, after she finally fell asleep, Myra had some well deserved rest that night, especially after everything that happened, which definitely had exhausted her both physically and mentally. She did wake up a bit alarmed when she heard some movement around, but after realizing that it was the elf, whom seemed to not have slept that much, Myra laid down again after looking at him for a brief moment to continue resting.
When Myra finally woke up, the elf had already made a campfire and was making some food. After stretching herself, she walked over to Mathis to see if he was already up. If she found him awake, she would point towards her open mouth, in a clear sign meaning "food" and then to the forest. She wanted to go catch something for her to eat but she wanted to at least warn Mathis that she would be out for a moment in case he got worried.
After talking with Mathis, Myra dashed away inside the forest, disappearing in the blink of an eye due to both her speed and the fact that she was already used in moving herself in such places. After only a few minutes, Myra got back to the camp with an adult hare inside her mouth, carrying it to the camp. While it was but a 'bite sized' meal for Myra, it was already good enough for breakfast. Plus, she made sure to get the biggest rabbit she could see. Laying on the ground with her tail around her, Myra started to take off it's skin with her claws. Since she had no use for the fur, she simply shredded them to bits so she could reveal the meat underneath, taking a good bite out of it with her sharp teeth once it was done.
A few moments after she was finished eating though, Myra stood up abruptly, almost as if she had heard something. Looking around her in a rather alarmed manner, sniffing the air and sticking her tongue outside as she did so. To everyone watching, it was a clear sign that something was very wrong. A moment after that, the sounds began echoing through the woods, loud enough so everyone in the camp could hear it regardless if they had their senses as sharp as Myra or not. The terrible scuttling sound, approaching them made Myra look around and assume a threatening posture, hissing. Only a moment after that, spiders began appearing from the forest. Both their colors, how they looked and their dangerous appearance was something Myra never had seen before. She did know the danger that some animals in the forest could pose even to a predator such as her, like poisonous snakes and spiders. That said, it was clear for Myra that those spiders weren't something one would normally see in the forest.