Cassius came down from his Thunderbolt to see the Druddigon leaving, and was relieved to see it go. That meant Sil was safe. Sweet, beautiful Sil...wait. What? he shook his head, mane tossing about, as he tried to clear that image from his mind. What had gotten into him? Just because Sil had grown into her boyish frame didn't mean her attitude had. And when he looked back to check on her, saw an odd blush to her cheeks as she checked herself over. Guess she didn't realized why the world was smaller until just now.
He looked at the Mienshao, who was letting go of the energy from her unused attack and decided he should at least try to introduce himself. While he wasn't sure that Sil's attack would have done any damage, she had risked herself to knock him out of the way. he needed to at least say something. "Uh...thanks. I think," he said from behind her. He was a little nervous, since the chick looked like she could take on an army by herself without flinching. He liked tough females, but she was bordering on scary. Especially with that creepy grin.
He heard Sil call for him and backed away from the fighter, giving the newly evolved deer a nod. He tried smiling at her, but its usual charm was lost due to his fatigue and slight paranoia about the female he was standing next to. He gave a weak laugh before heading back over to check on Cloud, but the hound was there already. Why did they keep this guy around? It was just like asking for trouble. Hopefully, Cloud was still alright and the mutt didn't eat him.
The thing was bawling like a tot, and Kinah just stared at it angrily. Sure, she was surprised that the thing was just going to up and leave, especially since it had seemed so interested in eating them not a few moments before. But, that wasn't the problem. The Mienshao still had some issues to work out and her golden opportunity was disappearing between the trees. But soon a black and white monochromatic beast stood in her field of vision, blocking the retreating undead.
"Uh...thanks. I think," he muttered uselessly. Kinah just sighed heavily, putting one paw to her face to pinch her bridge. "You always this articulate, mate?" she asked sarcastically, peering over her paw with one eye. He looked a little affronted, and backed up a bit. Guess he didn't take well to be called out, oh well. The look on his face was pretty funny though.
"You ok, Cass? And uh... thanks, Miss, for coming like that. Not a lot of pokemon would do that now... I'm Sil."
Kinah turned to look at the doe, who other than a wispy, silvery coat, reminded her a lot of Pure. And her name was Sil, how quaint. She frowned as she looked at the grass type's expression, like she was trying to hold back something. Kinah hated that. "If you've something to say, get it out then," she said flatly, looking pointedly at Sil. "Because I haven't the patience for pleasantries." Her arms where crossed in front of her as she stared the Sawsbuck down, waiting for any sort of response. She was hoping for one that wouldn't make her feel like she was thrown back into Iccirus.