His kiss did indeed cut her retort off at the knees and he smiled and a wicked little way as she didn’t push the retort after the kiss was done. When he set her down after standing them both up her hands would linger on him for a few moments and he would respond by taking one of them into his hand and kissing her softly. His eyes meeting hers the entire time. This morning thus far had been wondrously peaceful, even a bit playful. It felt good to act that way with someone, and it felt even better to see her acting that way too. When he brought up the idea of food her stomach would growl loudly and he would laugh good naturedly.[color=yellow] “I see you’re in the same boat, very well, breakfast when we return then.”[/color=yellow] He would say as he dressed and moved to lean against the wall of the entrance.
His eyes would watch her intently, watching as she dressed, he found he intoxicatingly beautiful and keeping his eyes from her was difficult. He would have to learn to suppress that on missions, or it could lead to great trouble for them both. She would pause as she noted her scars once more upon her legs, her pants half way up as she sat upon the rock they had dried on during the night. A finger would trace over the raised lightning bolts and he could see, even in the dimness of the cave, that her cheeks had reddened slightly. Probably from a memory of him kissing them. Deciding that reminding her that they held no power over her, and that he found her beautiful regardless of scars, he moved over to her silently. He knelt before her, his eyes boring into hers once more as he leaned forward, and kissed one of the raised lightning bolts on her flesh again. Once that was done he would look up at her, his face serious. “They have only the power you give them Yenn..” He would say, his voice soft, but his tone working to convey that he was there with her every step of the way.
Once that was done, he would rise, and jerk his head toward the entrance with a small smile. “Let’s get going though, the longer we dally, the longer it takes to obtain food.” He would say before holding his hand for her to take. She would have to finish pulling her pants on to take it and stand. Which she would proceed to do. He would help her stand and simply, proceed to go. The memories of that cave would probably stay with him, and potentially for her, for the rest of their lives. But it was time to leave it behind now and continue on. Once leaving, he would move through the woods a ways, not even realizing that he had yet to let go of her hand. Although even if he did, he probably wouldn’t let her go. After a few minutes though he would pause and look toward her. “Actually, you’re probably better at navigating in the wilderness. You should lead, I can’t risk flying up for fear of Yuan Ji spotting me and taking another shot.” He would say with a grimace. He didn’t like it, he’d rather fly them up. From that perspective he could spot the Metropolis that was Kumogakure from pretty much anywhere in the Land of Lightning. However it was too risky.
Before the woman could even open her mouth to speak though, Tamwyn’s ears would pick up footsteps in the foliage. Snapping his head around to look he would see the man himself, Yuan Ji, moving toward them calmly, hand upon the hilt of his katana. He would move to about thirty meters away and look at them. A marginally befuddled look on his features before he spoke. “You..survived? Interesting, well, that’s simple enough to fix.” He would say and Tamwyn would reluctantly let go of Yenn’s hand and put his hands in front of him, in a diamond pattern. His eyes would narrow before he spoke. “I should’ve just killed you before, instead of trying to detain you. My apologies, I’ll rectify the situation immediately.” He would say, his voice becoming dark as arcs of lightning coalesced in his hands. “Ki-ko-fuck yourself.” He would say simply before a massive and bright blast of raiton chakra fired from his hands. It expanded to 100m wide and flew for 300m in just over a seconds worth of time. When it faded, the landscape in that direction that fit those parameters was effectively clear cut, tree’s, gone, rock formations and other such things were sheared through and no longer existent. Yuan Ji appeared to simply have disappeared.
Keeping his senses open, Tamwyn would look around, expecting the man to appear, but a second look would reveal the man sword, warped into unusability, at the ground where the man had stood. Tamwyn moved over and took the sword, searching around for any sign of the man and finding nothing except a black smear upon the ground there. Judging by that, the man had simply ceased to exist. The sword would have to serve as their proof of completion. Turning back and walking toward Yenn he would stop before her, a small smile on his features. “Well that’s done..I should’ve done that to begin with but..I just..couldn’t. I don’t know why. Besides, if I had last night wouldn’t have happened. So I guess I’m quite happy with how things turned out..Would you like to fly back to Kumogakure?” He would ask, his hand outstretched, offering it to her. He had managed to work through his fear of killing people last night, the nightmares of that girl in the Battle of Meijing gone. However he still felt that rush within him now that he had done it, that overpowering desire to kill more. As he felt it, blonde hair, and blue eyes would appear in his mind. He would suppress that, it would appear he still had work to do to get over that mission near the Land of Iron.