"My name is Hanzo Takeda, and..." In the blink of an eye Vaden vanished from sight. Ray wasn't sure of what to do, but it didn't take long for him to realise Vaden hadn't abandonned him, he just went to greet their guest. Before the newcommer had time to realise it, Vaden's sword was at his throat. "...while your bow skill is admirable, and I can tell you have a decent knowledge of stealth, having gotten this close without me taking notice. However, next time, bring some help, or at least convince your prey you have. Beings like me are very easily able to defeat sharp shooters even in the open when it's clear they have nothing stroger than a bow. That gulf orc may have been easy pickings for you, but most other orcs would have shrugged off that damage and taken you to the abyss with them." The elf sheathed his sword and turned his back, predictably the human shot for his exposed back, but Vaden disappeared once more, just an illusion. Once more Vaden's sword was at the boy's throat. "See what I mean? You're far too easy to read. Stay a while, you and the other one could both use some honing. Perhaps one day one, or both, of you will be able to best me. Otherwise, be on your way, I may not be so lenient next time." Vaden put his sword away and reappeared by Ray. "Where did you go?" Ray asked. "No where, I still haven't taught you illusions yet," Vaden replied. "What now?" "Wait," said Vaden. In an instant an arrow flew from the brush, it came with surprising speed, but none the less Vaden caught it out of the air, just as it was inches from his eye. A damn good shot that boy was. The elf threw the missile into the ground. "My offer still stands, what do you say, if you haven't noticed, you won't kill us this day."