Mira stayed quiet while the others talked, it wasn’t her place right now. The woman before that stated she did a good job with closing the would seemed to still be interested in the boy in her lap. Well, if they were all heroes that made sense, to an extent. She took out some form of ointment and rubbed it along the burn mark. She watched carefully a bit unsure of what exactly that was and because she felt responsible for the boy in her lap. She finally finished applying the salved and offered some leaves stating they would add him in getting energy. Perhaps it was her long time in a desert, but she honestly didn’t know if that was the case. Taking them silently, she nodded and glanced them over a bit unsure. Sure, she had no reason to really not trust the woman, but Mira had a problem when it came to injuries. She felt responsible and normally because a bit possessive.
Her gaze dropped down to the boy in her lap, it wasn’t like he was hard to look at. She wondered once more, what could have caused the wounds and how long he had been traveling like that. Her assumption was that perhaps he wasn’t a hero. It was hard to tell at this point. However, it mattered little. He was injured and there wasn’t going to be a thing that could stop her from making sure he was okay. Her gaze softened while looking at him, a caring smile slid along her lips. She would make sure he was okay. It was just like her village, except no one was making her this time. A small smile slipped along her lips at that thought.
‘My choice.’ It was a simple thought, one that wouldn’t mean much to anyone else but her, but a happy thought. Her thoughts slid away as she felt a gentle clasp on her shoulder. Blinking she glanced up towards the woman and smiled. “Thank you” she stated simply. Her eyes wandered to the rest of the group. They seemed to be getting along just fine, which she supposed was good, but it was a bit strange. Perhaps all heroes trusted a bit too fast? The rather loud man stated that they didn’t have all ten. “The day is young.”She exclaimed simply. “It was only but a day ago when the bells rang.” To much of her surprise he seemed to be excited in battling another of the heroes. “Is that necessary? It seems like a waste of energy and time.” Her voice was a tad bit louder to make sure he could hear her.
Once more, her gaze wandered to the now two beaastkin that were standing there. One was a cat of some sort so a neko and the other had wings so she had to assume some form of bird. It wasn’t uncommon for her to see beastkin, but she had to admit she was a bit shocked to find two as a hero. Then again, the sun goddess did like her beastkin or atleast so the stories say. The neko was silent, seeming embarrassed about something, though she wasn’t sure what. The other was apologizing about being late. “I wouldn’t say late, it’s but morning.” She stated once more. Sure, they were going to save the world or at least try, but you couldn’t expect everyone to show up at the same time. That was unrealistic.
Malachi seemed to have the same idea she did in terms of fighting. She smiled a bit. Good, she wasn’t going to only play mediator the whole time, that wasn’t something she wanted at all. Malachi moved his way over to the neko girl and bird guy and seemed interested in the two. Well, that was nice, but not much of her concern. Finally, her gaze fell once more. This time on the taller elven woman. She seemed proud and competent enough based off her looks and speech pattern, albeit she did appear to be an elf. They did have quit the story surrounding them. Even she had to tell the louder one that fighting wouldn’t be a good idea. A sigh of relief escaped her lips, good, no more mediating.
“So…” Mira started, her right hand falling to rest on the boys shoulder. “How about we introduce ourselves while we wait.” She stated simply and flicked her gaze over to Galahad. “You seem rather boisterous, I’m sure you’d love to spin a tale.”Her voice didn’t seem very amused; perhaps she wasn’t a fan of his booming voice. “You start.”