Bonesword dismissed his cacti soldiers as Helena started talking again, explaining the situation even more. He didn't lower his trees to the ground, though, just in case Helena decided to play a dirty trick. At this point, he expected everything, even the annoyances of how he was being treated by Helena eventually getting to him. Eh, he'd be able to deal with it for a while.
She brought up how she never meant to become a substitute to the leaders of the Nexus, and honestly, Bonesword kind of believed her. She was offering them a way to escape, and you can't exactly rule over free people easily... does that make sense? Bonesword didn't know.
Helena then brought up how she was giving them a chance to effectively look at the bigger picture. The Nexus existed on a multiverse, it would seem. The idea was far fetched at first, but when Bonesword looked at it, he WAS talking to an illusionist vampire lady. Pretty much anything could happen at this point.
Lastly, Helena said that if the fighters here continued fighting in the Nexus they would see the truth about their leaders, and honestly, Bonesword could deal with that. He'd already heard about what Eos did to that one person, whatever-her-name-was, and he wasn't surprised to see that the queen of Hell was so narcissistic that she created a slime daughter that looks like her. He hasn't met Heaven's leader, but he figured that they were just as much of an asshole as Lucille and Eos.
Bonesword grabbed the light sword and placed it stationary in the air beside him, it hanging there for as long as something didn't fly at him. He was curious at the new plant near the ground and how it had this vague green glow around it. It was minty, and when he put his head near it, he felt... freshened... relieved. It was like the dungeon's effects were fading right off his body, and he felt relieved. Was this some new plant? Bonesword felt like he'd have to research this later, especially considering he'd never seen it before.
Back to Helena though. What she proposed was tempting, but it still seemed fishy. "Why would you offer this deal to us?"