Walking along a path, early in the nice cool evening, Katie sighed as she walked home. Her clothes had spots of blood, but not of her blood. No she had the pleasure of fixing up some stupid vermin after getting into an altercation with a much stronger woodlander after trying to rob or kill said woodlander.
‘what stupid things, vermin are…’ She though to herself as she wiped her brow with her arm. It wasn’t lone vermin that frightened her, in fact they didn’t scare her at all. She was far more smarter then any she had met before, and besides, if they don’t take her help, they’d be left to bleed out and die from their wounds.
It was groups of vermin, or even worse, hoards that she was frightened of. Just for the fact there are more of them, than there are of her. Her life would depend on making their ally or even chief better.
She didn’t care much for woodlanders but would help them if they asked. Most just talk about her behind her back and refuse to pay her for her jobs, because of her fox-like markings.
An upside for dealing mostly with vermin is that they never learn and will likely keep coming back for help after losing a fight.
Stopping along side the River Moss, she knelt down at the bank to clean herself off before getting home to make some food. “What at day…” She said to herself as she washed her paws of then splashed water at her face, she smiled at her reflection. Her smile soon faded as she seen another figure in the reflection, though with the current of the water mixed with the ripples she had just made, she wasn’t sure who it was, as the figure was just a blur in the water. “…May…May I help you?” She asked, closing her eyes as she remains still, her paws and face still drip-dropping water back into the river.