["It'll be payment enough to see those that did this pay."] the words were bitter and spiteful. His eyes remained forward, and he kept his hands where they were. He wanted to believe that his family had made it to safety. But life was cruel more often than not. He wouldn't hang onto a hope that had little chance of being real. After all, if the king and his family had been so readily dispatched, he had no doubt the ones searching for outlying loyalists easily found his family as well. ["I'll have to try to remember your name then, sister. Since you have to put up with me now."] Hugi added with a bit of laughter. When he had said she was like kin to him, he had apparently truly meant it. He did not know how they had managed to track her this far. Didn't care. He would give Borvenir's men a warm welcome when they came for her. For now, he would bide his time, deal with his grief somehow or another. It was Maude's misfortune to have to deal with him now. "So, what are we after, Dea'roh?" Hugi asked, walking at a leisurely pace.