°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° would get up with the falling sun. He’d clean up and pull out his humungous vampire from the depths of the church and then the other and wait for Sascha to finish her evening prayers.
<Sascha> finishes up her prayers and then gets dressed and ready to go out to the old house in the forest. She sighs as they load them up into the vehicle, but brushes against Talwar as they pass by each other. Then she get into the driver’s seat. “Are we ready?” She was sort of happy to be able to speak again.
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° takes his hefty rotund fellow out and puts him in the car after making sure that stake isn’t going anywhere. “Yes.” He smiled slightly when she brushed against him. He’d then slide into the passenger seat.
<Sascha> nods and then heads out for the old house, driving slowly through the back roads… and using her heightened senses to keep track of the path. “At least with his expecting us the road should be there. I don’t want to have to carry the luggage on foot.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° would pay attention, keeping alert to anything that might happen as they drove along. “Yes, this is true. The sooner we are done with this and all tracks are hidden of them, the better.”
<Sascha> smirks and nods as she pulls up to the old house. “Agreed.” She gets out and waits for a moment, looking up at the house before walking forward to knock on the door. She lets the servant know that there are some packages to bring inside.
<Zaluut> comes to the door as servants scurry to take care of said packages. He stands aside and nods to Sascha, allowing her entry and then nods to Talwar. “Greetings, friends.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° would help take the two out so there were no mistakes but hey, servants carrying in that big guy were a relief. “Greetings, Zaluut.” He’d give a bow of respect to the man.
<Zaluut> directs the servants to take the packages to another room for preperation, and sees to his gueses. He goes into the study, and it warms, the fire lighting and door opening, allowing for the pair to go sit comfortably.
<Sascha> moves into the study and takes a seat, folding her hands in her lap as she looks around quietly, other than a polite “Thank you.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° would follow into the study when Zaluut was ready for them. “The Anarchs seem to be putting up quite a little resistance in their region.”
<Sascha> smirks at that, finding something amusing. “Perhaps not for long. They are going to be very busy. As will the tremere.”
<Zaluut> looks over at Sascha and tilts his head, studying her, then laughs, which seems like something he had not done in a while. “I see. That will be interesting… you’ve framed the Tremere for your work.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° nods. “Yes, she totally did. She disguised as one of them.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° smirked. It was funny, after all.
<Sascha> smiles a little and nods. “Yeah well, chasing their tails is sometimes what they do best.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° “I’m sure we’ll be able to enjoy some kind of fallout somewhere. Either way, someone will pay besides us.”
<Zaluut> nods and smiles as he takes his own seat. “Well, if anyone deserves to be blamed for something it is the Tremere.”
<Sascha> nods in agreement at that. “Not going to argue with that. Besides, it’ll be easier to work with them fighting each other.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° “I suppose it depends on how long such a fight might last.”
<Sascha> shrugs. “That depends on what the anarchs bring to bear. There’s a whole coven of damn Tremere there now. It might be rather one sided.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° “I think I will spy because it could be interesting and I’d like to see what they do have.”
<Zaluut> nods as well. “I think that is a great idea, on either side of that equation. I apologize for the brief visit, but I should go and take care of things. Thank you for all that you have done.”
<Sascha> rises and bows her head to him. “It is no trouble and were glad to be of assistance.”
°¥ Talwar Khanna ¥° stands and bows respectfully. “Have a good night, Zaluut. I hope this will aid you, at least in the temporary.”