Pylia was quiet as she grasped her hands tightly, looking away. "The... The reason I brought it up, is because I'm not sure how Shortfang or Buddy might take it... That you might leave them one day, and never come back. When you finally go home. I'm sure Shortfang will learn to live with it. Despite how childish he seems, I also feel he's rather mature for someone like him. Still... Shortfang definately seems like he intends to look more into the black dragon business, as well as whatever problems his tribe is going through. There's still that splinter faction of Sewer Dragon kobolds who left, which even allowed the trogs to cause a problem. I'm sure we'll have to deal with that too so... Keep that in mind. As for Buddy... I honestly don't know much about him or what goes through his head. But he seems to like you a lot, or something. I don't know how he'll handle you leaving him. But I don't know anything about him either. You're really the only one who actually seems to be able to speak with him."
After letting her thoughts be known Pylia let out a deep breath as she tried to think about how to approach the subject with Shortfang and Buddy. She admits to not having a real idea. "I mean, it feels like one of those things that they don't need to know, until it's suddenly important to know, you know? I think the best way to introduce the subject would be to tell them tomorrow, we should try and head to the chapels and gather information. If they ask why, that's when we'll explain your situation. Hopefully this will give them time to really think about it and know what to expect in the future."