[At least she wasn’t yelling anymore. Something about her attitude kind of ticked him off, but he ground his fangs together, not exactly wanting to answer that whole “what even are you” question. He hadn’t exactly told anyone here that he was a demon, just yet. A lot of the people here weren’t human, so he supposed it was a little less weird than living in a realm full of humans only. With a sigh, he rubbed his temples, deciding to be courteous and answer her second question, leaning his weight on one foot.]
This is Arcadios, you were dragged here by some Goddess named Sophia.
And for your information, I’m not an elf. Just a regular demon. ‘S hard to explain.
[Yeah. “Regular”. Regular as in the spawn of the king of them all. Not that she had to know. As long as he kept it vague, he guessed it didn’t really matter. Something about her voice just sort of sounded like she was looking down on him, but he attempted not to come off as too stand-offish. After all, he wasn’t here to make enemies! Hopefully she wouldn’t inquire further on his bloodline.]
Oopsie. Looked like she was managing to worm her way into this kid’s skin. Apparently she’d have to play up her nice side if she wanted her questions answered. This guy acted nothing like her master, but he was still putting up with her. That may be something worth respecting.
“A Goddess, huh?” Aqua echoed with a tiny click of her tongue. Sophia was no goddess she’s ever heard of. Did the world split in two again while she was sleeping? These gods were such fickle beings.
“What type of business would this Sophia even have with me?” She was a busy Centurion after all! Pretty rude of this goddess to interrupt her while she still had work to do back home.
When he revealed his demonic status to her, she almost burst out laughing. ”You? A demon?” She had come across more menacing turtles than this teenager. But she had to play nice, play nice~ ”Hmph. There must be all kinds now.”