Artist: Undertale OST - Song: Waterfall - Word Count: N/A
The smaller, less powerful shinigami seemed to already have started daydreaming and getting distracted by other things at her disposal than the conversation between the two adults. It was growing dark, the sun was setting, and they were still in the forests... It was something she's been especially warned not to do very often if she's by herself, something that would make her stop living... Eh, it couldn't have been that important, could it? I mean, she's always been saved every time something bad would happen, so why wouldn't something come out and save her now if something of great importance happened?
Hayden was there, there was the Vanguard, and then there were these people who patrolled the woods to take care of the big evil stuff that she couldn't! Life was going pretty dang well, and there was no reason for her to really show caution. The girl found herself remaining silent, staring off tot he side and almost entirely zoning out of the conversation, large, thick draconic tail thumping against the ground as Selia's nails began to scratch against the bark of a tree. This was getting boring now, and she was getting hungry. Like, really really hungry. Hungry enough that she was starting to feel a little bit grumpy.
The one thing that seemed to snap her out of it was the mention of a wasteland, fin-esque ears expanding outwards and stretching as a large, goofy smile came upon Selia's lips once more, the girl edging a bit closer to Amelia as she began to day dream about it... Greater things... Interesting people. Excitement. Adventure. So many things that appealed to a young girl's mind was offered to her just before her, in a rather simple and plain way. How could she not want to go there. She was getting giddy on the spot, filled with excitement as she was already thinking of ways to convince Hayden to bring her there. It could be one of those training mission things! Yeah, those! She needs some of them anyways, even though she knows she plans on adventuring more than actually training with him.
No matter the situation, she didn't butt in any further as sleep deprivation was starting to show it's signs on her, smile fading into a frown as a loud, long yawn escaped past her lips, tail stretching out fully behind her with her limbs doing the same. She wanted to go home now. It was past her bed time, balled up fists reaching up to rub at her eyes as she glanced towards Hayden. Her daydreaming led to her missing the rest of the conversation, though she didn't really need to hear it, right? The girl slowly waddled on closer to the person she saw as an authority figure in her life and tugged upon his robes, trying to get his attention before pointing towards the city. It was her way of asking if they could leave now... She didn't want to speak. In all honesty, she didn't even want to move right now.
The childish thought led to her reaching her arms up towards him, large, blue eyes staring upwards towards his own as she didn't even need to speak a single word to ask what she wanted from him. She wanted to be picked up and carried like the small child she was, not wanting to move any further and simply sleep. It seemed as if the hunter would not have to bother with them any longer if Hayden decided that it was indeed bed time for the smaller shinigami, the one with a still pure mind, untainted by the horrors of the world.