Rosa fell back with the rest of the group after returning the smile Sylavanas gave her. He's a nice person, she thought happily. She was glad that she had decided to travel with the group after all, motley though it may be. She did not know what to make of the elf, but the angel radiated kindness, and even Belzar and Savage weren't that bad; they did have a harsh exterior, but a soft heart underneath. She smiled to herself. It's been only a few days, but I feel comfortable with them already. Her features furrowed with thought again as Sylavanas' answer crept back to her. He had told her that the magic she would learn would be to preserve the world; not to change it. She had asked him for mentorship, mainly because she wanted to learn the art of healing; she wanted to know the magical properties of all the herbs there were and use them. He had told her to speak to Lillith and Belzar; that, she would follow. She glanced around for Lillith; where was she? For the angel had mysteriously disappeared. Rosa could not fathom where she had gone to; but she hoped that Lillith would not give her more scares. She didn't want to be selfish; but Lillith's presence comforted her greatly. She chanced a glance at Belzar. He looked preoccupied; he was muttering to himself, his brow arched. Rosa had no wish to talk to him, for fear that he would snap at her. Belzar could be very frightening when angered. She breathed a sigh of relief when she finally reached the elven encampment. Finally, rest! she thought joyously. She gathered around Belzar, as did the rest, for more instructions. Her happiness almost immediately turned into disappointmen and slight annoyance when Belzar announced that he would take Lillith and Bayltisar for negotiations. Drat! she thought, frustrated. Now I'd have to wait quite a while before I see Lillith again! She looked at Sylavanas and saw, from his knowing look, that she had not spoken to either Belzar or Lillith. She smiled nervously at him and went off to find Savage, who was crouching in a corner. Savage looked up at her with amber eyes as Rosa drew nearer. "Yes?" she asked. Rosa hesitated. Savage's presence still frightened her slightly; however, she wanted to bridge that gap between them by walking with her around the camp and doing a bit of sightseeing. Rosa knew which areas to keep away from; the guard at the gates had already told her about the restricted areas. Besides, Rosa reasoned that Savage could do with some nice fresh air, and she could always steer Savage away from the areas that the elves usually were; most of them were in the barracks anyway, which were restricted, so there were some nice spots for visitng. Rosa cleared her throat. "Umm...maybe we could take a walk around the camp?"