“The latter,” she said simply before taking another sip.
Felin quirked a brow at Odette and wore a neutral face. The jig was up so soon? A shame. If she'd known she might've made a hefty bet with Kimiko for how long it'd take to spill. The thought certainly amused her.
"Well dear, seems like the jig is up. Admittedly, it's hard to explain scores of mon arriving out of sky on a clear afternoon," Felin said. She chuckled and downed what remained of her drink in long gulps. "It's as Odette says. We're here to lend a helping paw."
Something Sonora had said piqued her interest. This Brisa girl rubbed off on her? It sounded like some of the tales she'd heard about humans in her own world. They were living catalysts of power and change.
"So, you still talk with this Brisa? She sounds like quite the gal," Felin said, her teeth exposed in her smile.