For days there have been rumors about abominations that were created between Vampire and Werewolf. They called themselves Hybrids. Rose heard about these rumors as more and more of her subjects came to her castle with fear demaning that the Queen do something about it. "Calm down." Rose ordered her brows furrowing together. Rose was never pleased when her subjects came and demanded her, the Queen, to do something about what is happening outside her walls. "You have no proof that these Hybrids you speak of exist. I do not appreciate you storming into my castle and demanding me, your Queen, to take action." By now Rose was on her feet glaring down at the couple of vampires who were brave enough to speak to her as if she would be easily backed down. Taking a deep breath, Rose settled her anger that was wanting to be unleashed before speaking, her voice flat. "However, if you are so afraid as your Queen I will investigate the meaning of these rumors. And once I find out that they are false, you will pay for talking to me as if you have forgotten who I am." There was no hidden agenda, Rose meant exactly what she said to her subjects before dismissing them.
Later once the sun has competely hidden in the horizon, Rose gathered up two of her best guards to accompany her to where the rumors of the creature that was both Vampire and Wolf resided. Rose found herself deeper and deeper in the woods until she came across a cabin and smelt the most unusal smell she ever knew. She could smell both wolf and vampire. Sweet and stentch. Life and death. Fear coursed her veins but she dared not show if upon her face. Walking closer to the cabin door, she nodded and saw her guards barge in and not a moment later saw both of them fly out, hitting the nearest tree with a sickening snap. Rose knew their spine had been broken but they would survive, they would heal. Breaking the spine of a vampire does not kill them, but it does slow them down. Gasping, Rose finally saw a man walk out. He was handsome and tall but his eyes made the Vampire Queen paralized in fear. His eyes bore the same color as a wolf but it was mixed with the darkest black that was found in vampires. The rumors were true. The abomination exist.
With all her might, the Vampire Queen ran back towards her castle in fear faster than her legs could carry her.
The woods were a place of comfort for Rose. They were deep, dark and mysterious, even in the small part of Maine where she resided. The woods always seemed to bring out the best in the Vampir Queen, making her light as a feather, happier than the bright sun that hung in the sky. Smiling, Rose twisted her daylight ring as she wondered the forrest. It wasn't often that she got to escape the boring life that the council offered. She just left a meeting about how the importance of daylight rings are, again. She had been through so many of those since she joined, and each one grew more and more boring to her. So Rose made a decision to leave the building once they were finished and replenish her mental state and only the forrest could provide that for her.
Lost in thought, Rose seemed to have wonder quite far but she didn't care, she knew the woods almost as if she knew like the back of her hand. She didn't care if she got lost for a few hours, she would eventually find her way back home. The more Rose walked the more she felt as if there was a shift in the air, almost as if she walked to far into something. The air felt thick with animosity and caution. Looking around Rose saw nothing but her instincts told her that someone or something was out there watching her.
Gathering up her Queenly might, Rose ordered in a commanding voice, "Show yourself." There was no room in her voice for disobedience. If a vampire was lurking around her they would have to follow her command, but even if it wasn't hopefully they would still listen to the petite vampire. A heartbeat later Rose finally saw who was lurking around nearby.
A familiar Hybrid she thought she left back in the Romanian woods a lifetime ago.