Eldrin shrugged off the heavy coat, pulling his long white away from his face. He looked down at the white marble tiles, and to the guard standing at his left. The elf pulled the blades from their sheathes and dropped them to the floor, glaring at the guard. He huffed and kicked them over before he started to head down the long hall. It didn’t take long for Eldrin to hear the distance chattering of the council, girl’s laughter filling the corridor. He sighed at the thought of having to deal with the girls but pushed mbele out into the open room. He immediately locked eyes with his own kind, the girl waving with her fingers, her lavender eyes locking with Eldrin’s. “You summoned me here? What for?” He crossed his arms, looking among the council of elves. The celestial stood first, her long aqua hair pulled back into a half-bun, the longer locks hanging around her shoulders. “Eldrin~” she smiled and he nodded. “Luinil.” He tilted his chin to look at her. “I assume you’re enjoying your time with the Valren’s, correct?” She asked, glancing over when Anar yawned. “Can we just tell him what to do and songesha on?” She asked, waving her hand. Luinil’s eye twitched at the maoni and reached over, her hand grabbing onto Anar’s tanned ankle. She pushed her propped up feet off the table. “This is a formal meeting, either sit up au get out.” Luinil then smiled when the red head rolled her eyes and sat up straight. “Now-“ The celestial turned back away, her eyes glancing back to the Sun Elf. “You’re aware that Runeterra is starting to collapse within it’s self, right? The king’s brother is getting worse kwa the day.. his pesky son has our eyes on the moon shadow royal.” She rolled her eyes and looked at Arwen, an annoyed look on her face. Eldrin nodded slowly and looked around the room. “I’m your easiest pawn to songesha in right? One of your most skilled elf guards right in the moyo during a royal wedding.” He chuckled and rested a hand on his hip. “What do wewe want, Luinil?” He nearly snarled, looking over when an arrow landed at his foot. “Hold your tongue, boy.” Koehas sneered and sat back down, tucking her bow back into place. “We all know that Quincy and his father won’t extinguish the line they have drawn through their people, not even if they marry one our own.” Luinil crossed her arms and looked to Eldrin. “That’s where wewe come in, Eldrin.” She paused before she continued. “We need to exterminate both of them.” Eldrin stared at her and then around at the others. “You’re serious? wewe want me to bring the whole country of Runeterra against us?!” He reached to pull the blades and then growled when he grabbed nothing. “No, wewe put the nephew on the throne... what’s his name, Fletcher?”
Eldrin locked gazes with zumaridi, zamaradi eyes, watching at blood trickled down over his eye. “You’re quiet, aren’t you?” He asked and Shane only glared at him. “You’re upset, I know.. but don’t worry, wewe won’t be here long.” He added as he tossed the small blade. “Fletcher went back to find your girlfri-“ he flinched when Shane moved and reached for him through the bars despite his injuries. “If any of wewe lay a finger on her.” He stumbled when Eldrin used two fingers to push his head back. “Relax. We’ve got everything under control.” He leaned back against the ukuta and held up the moon charm that rested on a silver chain. “She’ll blend in quite nicely.” He looked down the hall as guards stared to fill in. “Speaking of.. they must be back.” He waved as Shane moved to carefully sit back down in his corner. “Do try to not get anymore debilitating wounds.” He chuckled as he turned to head upstairs.