"Figured that out all on your own did you?”
Wow. What an obnoxious prick.
I would say you're not as stupid as you look but seeing as you seem to think you being a dragon killer isn't a good enough reason to dislike you I think that praise would be premature."
The thought flashes through his brain, but despite the grief and the horror he wants to exhibit, he forces his features to take on a confused look instead, quirking an eyebrow. He’s not completely lying with his reaction, either; how does this bat dragon know? After all, he doesn’t know me. Many dragons refer to fairies as “dragon killers.” It’s probably a coincidence. Either that, or he wants to present the possibility and gauge my reaction.
He wants an excuse to become violent, after all.
I will not give him what he wants.
"You wanted to ask around to find your human right? Are you just assuming that they won't know more than me?"
The dragon shifts, and an odd scraping sound ensues. Huh. “This is Dragon Country. No-one's going to give you a warm reception."
“Well yeah, I know that. That’s why I didn’t want to bother with asking them,” he mumbles.
The dragon then signals the other dragon nearby, and Valentine winces. Well, one of the others in the group has seen them. It doesn’t seem very likely that he’ll get away now.
Then again, perhaps this is a good thing, in a way... If I were to just leave, he might become angry enough to stalk me. His species is nocturnal; mine is not. I’d have to sleep sometime, and that’d leave me open to attack. I could change my sleeping pattern but that would be nearly impossible without the safety of a group around me as I make the adjustment. So maybe it’s for the best that I join this group. Or at least, establish myself as someone who doesn’t mean any harm. Dragons aren’t ruthless monsters. They are still sentient, capable of feeling empathy. Hopefully if Noiz starts anything the others will object.
At this point he can only hope.