hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil ✝ maleficent&philip
The prince’s precense there didn’t take long to be noticed by one of the creatures of that florest. It was nothing less than a raven, that seemed particulary intelligent one. He watched the human for a moment before taking off and returning to the place he called home. A stone castle that was located on top of a mountain. There was someone in there who would like to know about the who had come to the woods.
A shadow appeared between the trees, for a second belonging to a horned creature before it turned to something similar to the sinuette of a female human. Of course Maleficent would want to use a human desguise, it would make her approach away easier.
A young woman, with long raven hair stepped out of the shadows. She was wearing a black dress and a black cloak, and stared at the prince with her green eyes. “It’s a little bit dangerous to wonder on your own like that, don’t you think?” Maleficent asked.
And so suddenly a beautiful maiden dressed in black appeared, stepping out of the inky blackness, porcelain skin, coal curls cascading down her shoulders, esmerald eyes sparkling its way through the core of his soul, and crimson lips, dark as blood; but it was beyond beauty, something about her sparkled a morbid curiosity within his inquiring mind, while others may be frightened by it, there was a certain fascination on his point of view. The uncertainty of the unknown was always captivating for him
Samson grew impatient, anxious, as if he was desperately attempting to tell his owner something important, but all the attention he gained was a pat on the nose, followed by an “easy boy”, and a pull of strings to keep him from causing chaos.
"Hello…" If he’d come to think about it, few things scared him these days, most of them were related to somebody elses safety, not his own. Though not afraid, he was always wary, but rather naive, unfortunately, he saw nothing but a woman, not simple, but not dangerous, standing before him. "I’d like to believe I can take care of myself," for most part --“But as you said, it is really not safe around here for someone to wander alone… So I must ask, why are you here?”