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“And... Would you be willing to submit to a mind-reading?” you ask. Judging by her face, her reflexive answer is 'no', and a strong one at that. She does not answer though, and you think you see her waver on the subject.
“I... Would do so.” she answers reluctantly, removing an amulet of hers. She holds in in her hand, turning it over, perhaps nervous, as you make your attempts, and allow Watcher it's. Closer to her as you are, you think you smell something odd... Ozone, perhaps. Either way, she's evidently powerful, and quite confident in her abilities.
“Very well. Allow me some deliberation with my daughter, and I will inform you on my verdict.” you reply. She nods, stands, inclines her head in a minimal bow, and leaves.
“I... She's nice. To me, at least- I think she likes me.” Azyra says, somewhat concerned. “I know you say not to trust anyone who isn't family... But she puts a lot of... belief in blood. Dragonblood. You have it.. I have it, she claims to have it... She thinks she and I are family, almost. I... I'm inclined to trust her, father.” Azyra says, “Not completely, of course, but regarding her willingness... perhaps.”
“I see.” you say cryptically, standing and going down the hall.
“She is capable, quite capable. I would suspect she could level a few city blocks if she desired, whatever anyone short of yourself could do to stop her.” Watcher replies.
“And her loyalty? What do you think of that?” you ask.
“She thinks she is loyal to herself above all else. She would, however, be fiercly protective of anyone she considers her friend, I think. I think it entirely possible she will consider Azyra one, given a chance... Even otherwise, I think she'd likely fight to the end, even if only due to her reluctance to retreat. To her, retreating is admitting someone else is more powerful than her, which she finds incredibly unpalatable.”
“I see...” you reply.