Alavanda looked up as Etmere entered in taking a seat as he told her she should still be laying down. She said nothing as she watched him settle himself and go on. She listened quietly, studying his face and posture as he spoke. he picked up a cup of water and handed it to her, she blinked a little in surprise as she took it, his tone being more... commanding. She didn't argue. taking a sip of the water as she processed what he'd said. He was correct... She took another sip listening to his next words. She blinked again. She would have thought that would be obvious...
She set the drink aside after finishing a little over half of it. Her gaze was calm now having regained her composure after her rest. "Everything points to me being a warrior." She agreed. "But it doesn't tell you what kind." she said softly. She looked up at him with a steady gaze thought... there was a hint of distress she was suppressing. "Regardless of my Skills... I have the feeling I'm still not meeting my stranded of skill I had before... and more over... there is something... more." she couldn't explain it... but there it was. something dark deep down inside of her.
"Something else. I'm not human." she said simply. "At least... not fully." She paused thinking over her next words carefully. "I am uncertain... How to go about finding out what I really am." she said finely. "Whatever my past is, its important. and the only times I seem to remember is in those moments I push forward against my current limits. Like... braking a barrier." Still so many unanswered questions.
"Beyond that." she said. "If I wish to be not a burden to your Agents, then I must be able to preform just as proficiently." She said.