To be entirely honest, the title that came out of Ulv's mouth made her laugh briefly. It was so grandiose and bordering on edge that she couldn't help it. Then again, maybe something like that suited the woman perfectly well.
"Vell," Sylvia did her best to stifle her grin. She hated to laugh at Ulv's expense, but she couldn't help it. Just being around the woman made her more joyful, and so much easier to succumb to those feelings. "Frau Kyoraku-Hayden gafe us permission to mofe zrough zee Godei's territory. That vas good.
"Then, sche said... If Schadowfall vants to attack us after, zee Godei vill side vith them und hand us ofer." She fell quiet for a moment, though surely, Ulv could feel the anger she was trying her hardest not to let out. "I didn't take it vell." She had begun to play with her bracelet again, as a means of calming herself.
"Zere vere no less than four Godei schinikami at Beijing, fighding zee undead. Two of zem vere confirmed vizards vho had lost control. Zee other two vere vith me, hiding behind ein magic barrier or being of no helb. One I had met before, und sche vas trying to destroy Hollow, instead of burify zem. I nearly killed myself vith Vetterhexe because of zee Godei's incompedence.
"Und now, zey vould rather vipe us out again, to appease demons und Hollow." She had said more than was necessary, but the events of Beijing had been troubling Sylvia for months. It felt good to finally say it.
She sighed again, and looked up at the other woman. "I know it's not fair to chudge zem all, but how can ve call zese people our allies?"