Damien wasn't sure who these Thundercats were, but the idea of meeting a group of women was more than enough to spike the male's interest in them. Of course if these other women were half as beautiful as Ryuko, he was sure to have an interesting time. Still there would be time for him to fantasize about that prospect later, for now he needed to get everything in order. His company had already broke ground at Moonspire and the construction of the tower was under way, now thanks to this deal he would be able to set up the revenue for his company with the opening of a shop within the walls of the village. He would have Zhu Li draw up the contract when he returned to his penthouse, of course he could not wait for his mansion in Moonspire to be built to have more room than the penthouse offered.
The male would shake his head, catching himself day dreaming yet again. "I am terribly sorry my Lady Von Rose, I feel like I have taken up too much of your time already. I can have my assistant draw up the contract and send it over for you to review, meanwhile I will speak to the contractors about the building of the shop. And I can have the 50 Gliders currently in my warehouse in Moonspire shipped to the village by the end of the day." Damien would stand from his chair as he spoke, pausing for a moment as if he was considering something briefly before speaking again. "There is one thing that I would like to add, before I leave. There are other services that I can provide, in addition to the things we have discussed thus far. Off the books kind of things, so that there would be no trace back to the village. Espionage, Assassinations, whatever it is that you may require. My operatives are very discreet, and highly effective. We can take care of the dirty work, so to speak if you need us too. As far as payment, we can mark it off as corporate expense." The words would leave the male's mouth with a eerie calm, despite the fact that he just told an official of the village that his company dealt in criminal activity. The male always believed honest was a good policy, and keeping it straight from the get go avoided the awkward questions later. Besides villages dealt with Assassinations and espionage on a daily basis, offering the village an outlet with no trace back to them was mere business.