Favashi flashed him a grin that would not have looked amiss on a crocodile. Sadly, she had to concede that he had a point on that one - an easy bet wasn't a fun bet and that was what their whole odd friendship was built on. Still, she watched with amusement as the Prince was thoroughly and rightly dismissed by the mortal child. A thrill ran through her as she took a sip of her wine. She had completely forgotten who the girl was much to Freaya's poor luck. Perhaps if she could remember how she had dumped the child with nothing to defend herself in hostile territory her interest in her now wouldn't been quite so piqued."While I delight in our little games, I'm no fool,"
It was never a good thing to be one of Favashi's curiosities.
"A fortunate woman who keeps His Majesty's favor," he said carefully. Then, shedding some of his proper form, leaned in with a wider smirk. "I've never seen her in my life. You?" He took another bite from his plate.
She dragged her eyes away from the main event to their new interest and cocked her head to the side like a hunting bird watching a mouse. Of course no mouse would attract the Erlkings attention so and it annoyed her that she too didn't know who this woman was. With a derivative sniff she plucked a treat from her beau's plate and popped it in her mouth.
"Not many women would consider it fortunate to be under Midir's gaze," the Huntsman King had a habit of eating what he slept with.