The half drow considered the other half drow's offer. Should I trust him? she thought to herself, strongly reconsidering hit and run. She had to many bad experiences in her past to trust someone on a whim. In fact, it usually took her years to fully trust someone, there was just to much hurt put into trust, especially when you've been betrayed by someone you trusted.
She looked at the drow, then at Vladmir, What do you think? Do we go with him, or not?
What do you think I think? I say we hit and run. Be sensible, Zan. Do you really trust this stranger? Probably not. We can get our bounty when he's alone. Vladmir gave his two cents, and like usual, was incredibly blunt about it.
Do you really think he will ever be alone, though? Plus, they may be gone before we can back track again. And you know I trust hardly anyone, and I'm not saying I trust this guy. But you know we have to do this, I would rather get killed fighting these guys than face my boss, that's the last thing I want to do.
"It's decided then, Vlad and I will accompany you down to your little posy, and you may want to tell the other drow who left the group to join us as well," Zana told the half drow, and scanned the area for the other female drow. "So, shall we go?"
It then dawned on her that she'd seen this drow's face before. He was her next priority after the alien, and she'd totally forgotten. Hmmm, boss will be pleased...very pleased. She looked over at Vlad and saw him shaking his head, and she smiled. Don't worry, be happy.