Kala stood there, wrapping her braid around her wrist. She looked around at the others quickly before whispering something to the gold snake cuff wrestling on her upper arm, the snake started to uncoil and grow. She crouched down and the snake slid from her arm before it stopped growing, "Hello, Eden." she smiles a bit.
Arachne watched Kala's unusual arm cuff come to life. "So you are not human," she said, glancing between Rai and his familiars.
Serce nods, taking the ribbon out of her hair and tying it around her wrist. "Yeah? Mrok's supposed to be one of the last direwolves. At least, my brother said so, and I wouldn't doubt a 300-year-old angel." She laughs softly, scratching behind the wolf's ear.
Jolene was suddenly next to Rai. "We don't have to practice do we"She asked assuming this asumption because they didn't know what was going on.Jolene then impatiently teeter tottered back and forth.
Alfonse sighed sat down on the cold dirt. He yawned loudly and Alfonse picked up a small twig and began poking at the ground with it.
"Yes, but in your own way," Rai was petting the wolf. "we're going to develop your basic fighting abilities then I'm going to test and develop you're abilities by forcing you to see into the future. Something like that."
Serce sighs, glancing up at the leaves overhead and shifting uneasily. "Can we get on with this? I'd like to get out of here as soon as possible. The place creeps me out."
"Sure," Rai waved his hands and a huge gate appeared. "It's a gate that'll take us into another dimension. Time goes faster there and you don't age."
"Convenient," Serce murmurs, stepping toward the gate and whistling lowly to Mrok.
"Yep." Rai murmured. He stepped into the portal.