crimsontyrant started following youAnother kitsune? Oh my. Hopefully this one was as pleasant as the others she’d met and followed the traditional greeting among their kind. She spoke in a calm and even tone, smiling at the other fox.“Hello there, my name is kurohime.”“And you are?”
Kurama turned his attention to the female as she spoke, his emerald eyes setting on her. “Hello, Kurohime.” A smile was on his face as he introduced himself. “It is nice meeting you, you may call me Kurama.”
‘Kurama…?’ the name sounded oddly familiar, sensing he was a kitsune it wasn’t hard to put two and two together. ‘I see…the old thief..’ she mused. Kuro knew better then to make enemies with another fox. Better friends, or at least, acquaintances then an enemy.
“The pleasure is all mine, kurama-san.” the vixen chuckled, offering her hand out as a hand shake. ’I’d rather he be the popular one then me.’ she thought dryly, since her name was something the other demons gave her. Black princess. The name she got for the time when there was so much blood on her, it looked black from all her kills, and yet even then. Some demon’s dared to call her beautiful, like a princess.
“What brings you to my forest?” she raised a delicate brow at him, as of late, she’s been getting a lot of visitors. It rather intrigued her.
Kurama extended his own hand toward hers, shaking it. It was strange that he had forgotten such mannerisms, but he assumed it was from the shock of seeing another Demon fox. It didn’t happen so often.
“Your forest?” Kurama gazed at the trees, which formed a canopy above them.
“It was not purposeful… I merely stumbled upon it.”
This was an honest answer, his sincere tone alone explained that.
“Well, you wouldn’t be the first.” kuro chuckled, a bit relieved when she felt callous on his palm. It means he wasn’t as noble as most of the kitsune’s she knew, rather that he knew training and hard work. The sincerity in his tone put her confirmed his honesty. Well, she wasn’t one to pick a fight, and if it can be avoided then by all means. Might as well get acquainted with the fox, it’s been a while since she’s met one near her age…
“In any case, care for some tea? It’s been rather warm out today and I’ve already finished collecting my ingredients from my garden up ahead.”