Re: Amethyst's great heist
Mon Dec 29 2008 04:41 PM
(Fixed the spelling of spatula.)
(Random note for the not-too-distant future: Only Ame's thumb claws drip. The rest of her claws are normal. What falls from Ame's mouth doesn't turn to fried egg on the pavement, either.)
And with that AmeWolf looks confused again when Santo pulled out his knife. Her ears pulled back and she gave a hurt expression, but it was hard to tell if that was hurt or simply angry, what with the beared teeth and large nasty disposition. In truth, the were-woman was confused the second she sprouted fur and turned the other cheek on humanity. Confusion rode her all the way up til now. She stooped and gave a low, audible whimper again.
And then Freya remarked on something. Amewolf turned towards her all of a sudden, possibly spooked. The fur on her back stood and her ears pressed further back against her wolven skull. Unlike as a human, who could tell who Freya was by visual cues and the sound of her voice, Ame's first instincts were towards what Freya smelled like. Rust, a dust like one would encounter in a vacant house, she absolutely reeked of leather mixed with the tang of metal. She didn't smell of human, but not like other animals as well. Like blood, but not like blood.
Next was sound, which Freya provided with her comment about the cat. Ame didn't understand a thing that the vampiress was saying, but hte sound of her voice pinged in Ame's memory. Something about htat voice really pissed her off.
And it was then, after a stalemate between Ame, Santo, and Freya, that Amethyst the werewolf suddenly and out of nowhere clicked off and lunged at Freya (Yet again!) with intent to lope up to her on all fours and attack rather forcefully. If it wasn't at all a surprise, Ame was much MUCH faster as a werewolf running quadrupedal than as a human bipedal.
The truck remains untouched, the door still down, the cat still inside, and Santo has plenty of time to figure out something.