I quickly outlined my request, explaining about the demons and the possibility that they were interested in taking out other races (species?) before they could be convinced to aid us. She leaned back in her seat, closing her eyes and taking a breath. “Oh my, sounds rather complicated.” She said, rocking her chair a little. “Demons… Who’d have thought…”
She told me about the few places where she had once spotted satyrs, and even a few gnomes at times. “I’m sorry I can’t be more specific my dear. Cartography wasn’t my strong suit and my memory isn’t what it used to be.” She rocked in her seat a little more. “Theses old bones couldn’t bring you out to the plains either.” She smiled at me, relaxed and serene. “Though I’m sure you have a general idea of where to look now.” I nodded.
“Thank you, lady Emma. I hope you remain in good health.” I replied, standing and giving a deep bow as I replaced my faceplate. “May I arrive in time…” I said under my breath, letting myself out silently. The child’s footsteps thundered away from the room. I guess I had a little spy. I thought with amusement, I walked to the front of the home. “Thank you for letting me in.” I said to the woman.