Jay smiled at Rex's words, he moved to tuck the book in his sidebag before he looked around again.
"Thank you." He said, looking to Rex with a bigger smile, "Thank you so much." Wyf let out a small trill and fluffed herself before she settled on a nearby seat and started to gently preen herself.
"But that sounds simple enough, yeah." He started with a furrow of his brow, "But the execution of such thing will be harder to do."
He hesitated on speaking for a moment, his necklace gave a bit of shimmer. He felt it sting against his sting but didn't act on taking it off.
"Right, so we're waiting on an Elder yeah?" He asked after a moment of silence, looking over to Wyf slightly before looking around the room. "Hey... Have you got any Fae crystals here?"
Vex properly got up on the horse and ran her hands through its mane, Horse's were nor something she was really used to. She got the horse to follow Zion's.
As they neared the gates, Vex's ears pricked up slowly and her senses focused around her again.
Her ears flicked, getting used to the air running across them. She was happy to finally have her true form out, she was happy to be away from the other Hunters...
Part of her was worried, it was known that Hunter's carry companions, and with meeting Jay coming near she worried that she'd be asked about hers.
She looked to the sky for a moment, closing her eyes before she looked back to the gates again.
"Screw the Hunters at this point." Vex mumbled slowly, "We have bigger problems."
The dust rumbled from a figure as it lay in its hibernation area. It's handler sent it away ages ago, but it remained faithful.
Hunters didn't want it around, especially not if its handler is what she was.
The beast slowly pressed its paws into the ground, lifting it's furred head to the sky and let out a low, rumbled, roar-like yawn.
It's frayed wings fanning out slowly, it tugged at it's broken chain around it's left hind leg.
It let out a small rumble before it leaped up from the ground, using it's wings to flutter out of it's crater.
The moon shone against the beast, it's ash-brown fur glistening as it's emerald eyes narrowed over the area below it.
The beast shook it's mane as it moved to leap down the outer moment of the Crater.
Anyone who witnessed this beast would believe to have seen a ghost, a Manticore walking around this area. Manticores weren't known to roam this far inland.