Apparently so, as a loud crack of a splintering stick cut through the air. Catching the jarring sound, Farren abruptly turned and glowered – he had to bite back a snarl. In the distance, he saw the distinct forms of Sora and Eclipse. Shifting his gaze, he saw that the warrior was staring intently at a couple perched on the balcony of an extravagant mansion. Did she not understand that if she could see them, they could see her just as well?
...He was getting angry. That was never good. Sighing deeply, Farren composed himself. After all, he had been planning to come to this mansion eventually. It made little difference whether it was of present or later time… However, it meant that he would skip the ‘discussion’ and take the lead for what was to come. After all, none of them were particularly fond of vampires, but acting carelessly would be foolhardy.
Quickly approaching the two, he said with a slight edge to his tone, he ordered, “Get back and out of sight before they spot you.” He himself, faded nicely into the shadows due to his preference for darker clothing. His black hair and attire helped him blend into the darkness, although his paler complexion still caught the tendrils of moonlight through the trees. Glancing at the balcony with a wary eye, he said quietly, “A vampire’s estate. I discovered it three days ago. If they’ve seen us, we have no choice but to approach in civil manner.” At the last point, he gave Eclipse a rather firm stare, grey eyes holding clear warning.
“Civil. I planned to discuss this idea earlier, but seeing as we’re already here, we have little choice but to go through with it.” He knew it would have been better to explain the plan beforehand, but in his irritation, Farren felt that he could keep the other hybrids in the dark. After all, even if they didn’t agree, without a very good reason, they were going to go through with it anyway.