The half elf felt the knight's attentions on her again and she shifted uncomfortably, trying to ignore him but unable to when he called her the Naked Looter again. She had hoped that the teasing was over. Narrowing her eyes, she looked at him warily, sighing in frustration. "I have a name...of course...you can call me El...but with your magic, I'm not going to give you any more. You might use it against me." It seemed ridiculous to worry over, but she had seen him create clothing out of thin air. Who knew what else he could do?
Her gaze continued to hold his for a moment, the mention of being surrounded by the undead coming to her as a surprise. She couldn't help but to look around...searching for any sign. If she was going to leave it would have to be soon...the thought of spending the night here, sleeping on the cold ground, was not appealing to her. Especially if this was the spot he was staying.
Looking in the direction of the town, she pointed with her chin. "I'm going to go back to the village. Sleep where I did last night. I haven't see any of the undead since they attacked, so it must be safe." Her voice, despite her belief, held a bit of a tremor. "You said they are surrounding us...how can you know that? I don't see anything."
She wasn't going to take any chances though, and if she only had a short amount of time before they rose, she had to get moving. Getting to her feet, she finally was able to slip her boots on without flashing him, the laces left undone. She would only take the most valuable items, keeping her load light, specifically her coins, food, and mace. She didn't bother with the skirt's hem as she grabbed up her items...there was no time to play games...and once she had everything, she looked hard into the darkness, fear striking her cold as she imagined movement along the tree line. She tried to dismiss it as a flight of fancy brought on by the knight's words, perhaps told to keep her here in his proximity. Shaking her head, she swallowed hard then stepped out of the embrace of the oak's branches.