From the magical looking "ceiling" to the expansive glade, Salvatore could not, in light of the environment, summon his typical state of annoyance. It was the sort of place he wouldn't mind simply living in forever. Quiet and detached from mankind, it was a place he had always fantasized about -- minus the fairies. Yeah, he had glanced around as they moved forward, hoping to find winged creatures like himself, but there had been none. Just animals and other placid looking magical beings, like glowing wisps, gnomes and some unknown and fantastical critters he'd never laid eyes on before.
Following the makeshift path lead them to a ginormous tree, one larger than any building or natural construct he'd ever seen. When they'd been in the normal forest before, he was certain he hadn't seen such a tall tree in the distance -- which must've meant they were in a sort of pocket dimension of sorts, which also explained the odd barrier they had ran through to get here.
The rocks and vines began to shiver and shift, causing a downpour of leaves to fall over them. He saw Bonnie take a step back but he stood still, hands in pockets, watching with intrigue. The rocks reshaped themselves into two women-esque forms, a happy one beaming down at them while another seemed to glare -- an expression he could certainly identify with.
When they spoke he would realize that the animals had lead them here for a reason, but he was not sure of what.
He summoned a green-carpet made of fairy dust for his partner and bumped it at the back of legs, "Get on, let's go talk to them face to face." If she obliged, he would give her ride to follow him up as his dragonfly kin wings spread out behind his back and began to flutter, taking him up to eye level of the giant nymphs, but far enough to not make them cross eye'd.
"You expected us and the animals led us. What do you need from us, Nymphs? Are you looking for something in particular? If so, that would explain why these animals have been robbing the nearby village. Something you should surely stop, elsewise I won't be getting paid."
notes. (Post 8)