"Hello to you too," used to his companion's attitude, the man grins - at least he was in a talking mood today.
Raising his hands in front of his face, fingers spread apart so that he could still see Eli, he smiles widely, "See? I age better than you do. Clearly."
"If you spent half the time on your duties as you did on womanizing, I would be back in my original form by now."
Cain frowned, crossing his arms over his chest and looking away from him, watching the room, "It's not like you pay me for this stuff or anything. Besides, I told you we're chasing a fantasy here! And a darned big one at that! We're never going to get anywhere if we do-"
His eyes widened as he felt something tickling the back of his neck. Someone was using magic - not far from them, and not exactly at them either, but he had the sense that they were the target. He pulled out a small stone the size of his palm that glowed a bright orange, and, looking at Eli grimly, he nodded.
His dark brown eyes suddenly glowed, fading to a light blue as he called upon his Arcane Sight. Immediately, magical auras surrounded his vision, most coming from himself and his companion, but a soft light glowed with magic here and there.
He found what he was looking for, a spell that faded away just before it reached their table, and widened where the caster, a human, sat with another friend.
Sitting back in his chair - and not missing the bright aura that surrounded the human as well, most likely the mark of some sort of magic-imbued cloth he was wearing or an illusion of some sort - Cain closed his eyes, the blue glow passing through his eyelids faded until it vanished completely.
He looked at Eli, a look of disgust passing through his face as he fought back the urge to vomit from the sudden loss of the sight, and looked in the human's direction, careful not to move his head at all.
His left eyebrow rises slightly, "So, uh ... the air in here is quite hot, isn't it? Perhaps we should leave?"
This ---><--- is NOT a request.Your hair is pretty like a tree.