Slightly slower, she drank it. She definitely downed that one, too, though. Whether that the effects of the drink would actually take the girl over would be discovered in due time.“Go easy on those.” He half-heartedly warned Rinzi as she downed hers. When she cheerily chimed ‘Hi’, he just responded with a grunt.
Rinzi already turned her glances to the person she thought fit to greet; no better person to confide in than a peer, right? With a little bit of gung-ho in her gestures and an extremely go-getter expression, she beamed an ear-to-ear smile and saw fit to-“May I steal this one?” Miur cooed, lifting the Dragon's Fire and swirling it intently, watching the liquid slosh about beneath the rim. The woman beside her had necked it with such fervour, she now had to quench her curiosity of the strange drink. It was already decided, a 'no' would do little to persuade her otherwise, but she thought it courteous to at least ask first. Her ears gave a small flicker of anticipation.
Gasp. "You're on fire.""Ah, bartender Barry, I'd like to order your strongest Alcohole if possible, please. I'm feeling rather partched at this moment." His voice was quite deep, almost vibrating the bar as he spoke, but a smile rested on his face as he politely spoke to the Dwarf behind the bar. "If you like as payment, I could possibly help you cook. They say my flames are rather hot." The male would continue as he brushed his uniform off a little and waited for the barkeeper's answer, paying little attention to the new comers as not to come off rude.
No, literally! She looked quite astonished to see the sight. (Akuma)
She cleared her throat, immediately pretending like this phenomenon was absolutely normal. She just saw a woman with half the body of a snake passing by, so she was still gauging the scale right now and foreigners didn't exactly have a ruler to standardize off of. Either case, she ended up putting herself in a little predicament because she might've just accidentally tied these two into interacting with each other, plus a barman.
Oh well. What's life without chaos?
Attention splitting, she put one side towards this Miur ( matcha latte ) stranger.
Some charcoal-black ink leaves and spurts out of the corners of her mouth from how fierce the fit was, but her hand catches the ink before it splashes anywhere at remarkable speed.
"Ack- Uch- sorry- Cough! Cough! I drank both of those...Too fast," She piped in, managing to somehow explain the coughing fit. "Hoo...Haaah..."
"I'm good. I think. Um-Hi there. I'm Rinzi! I'd shake your hand, but you'd get some of this blood, and that wouldn't be nice."
"Anyway, I like your ears, they look like they could fit a thousand piercings!" She took a glance outside, peering at the windows and noticing something she hadn't seen when she walked inside. 7'6, maybe? It was a sizable beast, and the only reason her glance took a while to return back to Miur was because she had inadvertently connected the dots that this giant dire bear had a similar color scheme to the pointy-eared person.
"Is that your bear? Very pretty. And your eyes! Prettier! I'd bet moonlight would pale against the sight of you, but I think it's just because of the lighting Gentleman Flames is providing." She tilted her head towards Akuma ( BlackLung ) with a warm smile.
"You too! You look pretty as well! Pretty coooooooolllll..."
She paused. That wouldn't be logically right.
Good work, Rinzi.