Originally Posted by jorgiguel
Arcantas tilted her head a bit trying to actually make sense out of his words, but she didn't quite make it other than, he was human, but not anymore, and from what it seemed for a long time, longer than this Olympus incident. In a way, she was disappointed, she wished for another nonhuman, so knowing he was once human was a good thing. On the other hand, he wasn't one for quite some time.
Suddenly he introduces himself as Therios, which also reminds her she just asked a complete stranger a rather blunt question "Ah...A-Arcantas. You may call me Arcantas." she answered while turning her head as hide her already hidden embarrassment, damn that bow, damn that smile. And those muscles~~<3 'Wait! Focus!' thinking for a sec to think of away to escape this awkward position.
"I-I have a bakery XXX from here. You could pass by there later if you want. I could repay you for this incident!" she bowed while spiting out the words 'stupid! that was not intended!' she thought
Therios tried to hold in his laughter but had to chuckle after her flustered response. He was happily surprised to meet such an honest girl. He had nearly lost hope for all of the Athenians but meeting her and the priestess had made him remember that not everyone had changed. Changed for the worse anyway. "So you own a bakery? I'll make sure I drop by some time, Arcantus."
He said. "But it I should be the one repaying you, not the other way around. I was the one who ran into you. So... if there is anything you want or anything I can do, if it is within my power I'd gladly obtain it or do it."
He finished. If she had been a normal Athenian, corrupted by power, he wouldn't have offerred anything close to this just for bumping into somebody but she had given him some hope in humanity again and for that he wanted to repay her.