Eyes narrowed as She watched the ghost of a girl. True intent was being masked by layers upon layers of truth and lies, and She was having trouble pulling it all apart. As the girl spoke, She let out a sharp hiss. Her form melted back into her chosen human appearance.
“You’re words flow like molasses, too slow.” Slipping behind Alessa, She folded Her arms over the girls shoulders, as if in a hug but the exact opposite. “You know, I left your dear … friend, a gift once.” A knife slid to Her hand. “Don’t forget I can do the same to you.” She twirled the blade, dangerously close to them both. “Just because you died once…” She left it to finish itself.
Taking out the seal She stared at it for a moment. Did She really trust this girl? She frowned for a moment. “Get me my seals.” She forced the one She had towards Alessa. “Or else.” She sliced Her own throat. “It will be yours.” The blood just soaked back into her skin, wound healing itself. “I’ll be watching.” A canine with it’s head split down the centre waddled up. Her grin grew wide. “Enjoy your new…. pet.”
You can do this Alessa. You’ve done many awesome things in your life, alive and dead.
It was so hard to whether or not to bet and show the cards. Alessa had a straight flush but God probably had a royal flush in Her hand. However, folding was no longer an option, for that meant sudden death. There was no way Alessa could do that; she didn’t want to do that. Her friends were counting on her, not to mention this was her domain. Now what seems like an indestructible being has invaded and taken over. It was time to throw off Her reign once and for all. That’s all she needed to get through this: determination and the help of her friends. They were already going off with their plan and it was now Alessa’s turn.
“You are God. I am sure you can smite me any time you want. How could I forget that?” It’s kind of hard not to. Better keep that to mind. Now wasn’t the time to act like a sassy teenager. However, that was something Alessa never accomplished, growing up. She accepted that fate and now… now she was destined for something even greater.
Her eyes widened as she saw the seal come into perfect view. She had actually managed to pull it off. Step one was done but the entire plan itself was far from over. She quickly grabbed the seal once it was given to her and with her powers, embedded it in her body for storage. It was a little bit nerve-wrecking to see Her slice Her throat but of course Alessa knew that wouldn’t do any harm to her. She could probably do the same thing but… it was different. Hearing the noise of steps padding through the town, Alessa turned and gasped. Having her back on Her, she glared at the deformed beast. She did this on purpose! How dare She…
With her new companion (and Alessa used that term loosely), she walked toward her Daughter and nodded her head. “I will find all of the seals and bring them to You. Now if I may be excused…” In an attempt to stregthen this “alliance” Alessa bowed down to Her at the waist and remained there for a few seconds. Straightening herself up, she walked past Her, companion following closely behind. Alessa decided she would kill the beast once she was out of Her sight.
She folded Her arms, fingers tapping. The girls emotions were tumbling around, each trying to take president over the others. It was utter turmoil, and following it was getting on Her nerves. “It would do you well to watch your tongue.” She swung the knife teasingly. “Lest it become mine.”
Letting Her arms fall to Her side, a grin spread. The dog made a sound halfway between a snarl and a gurgle, ready to spring. She giggled faintly. “Such a good boy.” The girl bowed, an idle gesture. She didn’t care, if the girl preformed, then she would live. If not… well. “Farewell then.” A simple wave, but a serpentine grin.