If anyone were to walk in right now, they would be shocked by the sight before them; Anastasia sat in her living room with a ghost like figure of her great-grandmother. Being the regent of the witches coven, Ana had the ability to summon her great-grandmother or any other ancestor whenever she wished to without having to move a muscle and the power alone was something she would grow used to. All she ever heard was talk of the Cabello's and how their kind were filling up the city, it digusted her. What about everyone else? Their were people who mattered more then them so she originally wanted to ask her grandmother of what she should do. However, the last thing she expected was to be told that the Cabello's eldest sister was still alive. The story of their deaths wasn't very well known but Ana had ancestors who were alive back then, who were there when everyone were aware of the sudden deaths of not only the sisters but their mother. It had already been a surprise to know two of the sisters had been reborn, this new information was the cherry on top. The catch of this all? Esmeralda Cabello was being as the anchor of her grandmothers Other Side, where she lived frozen in place.
Though the info her great-grandmother was telling her would be enough to have leverage over the sisters, Ana suddenly had something better in mind; what if she brought back the man who had killed the Cabello's so long ago? When she told her grandmother about this, her grandma was completely against the idea. Nikolai Leeche was not only a danger to the Cabello's, but he would possibly be a danger to society as well. Anastasia, however, knew she would have more power over him so she dismissed her grandmothers concerns and sent her back to the other realm in order to get ready to go out and resurrect what could be the Cabello's greatest nightmare.
She waited until it was very late at night where the streets were fairly empty before she went out, her destination? The cemetery. Specifically, the cemetary Nikolai was laid to rest in. When she arrived, an overwheling sense of unease came over her. It was as if the dead didn't want her to be there but she wouldn't pay that any mind as she approached the grave stone she originally had her sight set on. Before doing anything else, the female witch placed the vines that she had in her grasp around the grave before stepping back. "Kembe Po transi." She uttered the incantation over and over until an invisible barrier surrounded the grave which would keep Nikolai in place one he was awaken.
When she'd looked behind her briefly and uttered another set of foreign words, Anastasia was suddenly surrounded by an army of dead witches, all of witch who stood behind her as if they were ready to go at war. In reality, they were needed for her to perform her resurrection spell. "Victus Phasmatis Ex Eleto. Revertas Phasmatis Ut Victus. Victus Phasmatis Ex Eleto. Revertas Phasmatis Ut Victus." She chanted with the dead witches chanting the same incantation along until the dirt before the grave shook and a hand stuck out, a body pushing its way through. With that, the dead witches behind her vanished and she waited for his head to come above the surface before speaking up. "Hello, Nikolai." As his name left her lips, a large bolt of lightning occured above her in the sky. Ana looked up with a sly grin. "Grandmother isn't happy." She said, nonchalantly without a care in the world.