Arthur: "I think I was." said Arthur as he smiled. "Now, how do I get out of here?" he asked as he looked around. "But first, let me introduce myself. I'm Arthur Williams, son of Astraeus." said the young boy as he created a small star in his hand. "I'm still new at the camp, sorry if I disturbed you." he apologized quietly.
Uriel: "It's no trouble at all. I'm Uriel Cohen, son of Hecate and lieutenant of Hecate's Cabin. It's pretty much my job to watch over other campers." He took note of their surroundings, figuring they weren't that far out from camp. "One thing you should remember though; the forests are dangerous. The deeper you go, the more danger you are likely to face. The BC are practically crawling about this place."
Arthur: "I don't think I'd be able to find these forests again... I get lost easy." said Arthur as he took a piece of paper from his pocket. "This map isn't as helpfull as I thought..." Said Arthur as he crumpled the piece of paper he got at the camp earlier. He then put it back in his pocket. "Who are the Broken Covenant anyway?" he asked as he created another star with a little engraving that said 'Thanks!' on the middle and gave it to Uriel.
Uriel: He figured a visualization would be a little easier to explain. As the star entered Uriel's hand, he transmogrified it; making it change shape to that of a hazy video-like projection. The projection showed silhouetted figures of demigods, grouped together under one flag. "The Broken Covenant is the antithesis to everything we campers stand for. We align ourselves with the gods, while they seek to dismantle the current establishment. There are factions that different on how exactly this should be done, but in the end they all oppose us. As such, they have no qualms with attacking and murdering our allies." The image turns to that of the forest; scenes of demigods fighting and being killed brutally. "And that's why this place is dangerous."
Arthur: "What are we doing here?" said Arthur as he started walking towards the exit. "Let's go, I don't want to die, at least not today." he continiued as he turned his direction by 180°. "Which way is out?" he asked. He was clearly in panic. "Sorry, sometimes I get these panic attacks when I'm scared..." he apologised quietly.
Uriel: "No reason to be scared, I can protect you just fine." He resting his arm on Arthur's shoulder. "I will tell you that that direction is not where you want to be going. That'll only lead you to some trouble." He chuckles, remembering the time when he was new to all this. "I can get us out in a flash, if you'd like."
Arthur: "How? It's not like you can teleport us..." said Arthur sarcasticly. "Or can you?" he continiued as he kept creating little stars above him. "Sorry, that happens when I'm nervous." he said quietly as they dissolved, leaving a stardust trail on Arthur's hair.
Uriel: He smiles, grabbing onto Arthur's right hand. A veil of light showers down on them, and they're whisked away to the camp grounds, outside of the Dining Pavilion. "Does that answer your question?"
Arthur: "Well, you're son of Hecate after all." said Arthur as he passed through his hair with both of his hands, removing the stardust from it. "I wouldn't be shocked if you turned that frog into a tree." he continiued as he pointed at a frog that passed near them. "However, I don't want you to do it..." he continiued after seing his face expression.
Uriel: He laughs. "I don't think I'd do that. Life is precious, even that little one's. To mess with life like that would be abominable." He watches as the frog jumps away. "I use my powers to protect my allies, not to bring harm to others. If I could get away without taking a life, I always would." He sighs. "But enough of the heavy conversations, I don't want you to think I'm unapproachable."
Arthur: I always thought that Hecate kids were scary, probably because of magic." said Arthur. "Anyway, what do we do now?" he asked quietly. "Is there anything to do here besides fighting?" he asked.
Uriel: "Trust me, we're not any scarier than any of our 'extended family'. And yes, there's lots to do! The town is not far off, and there are plenty of 'camp' activities you can invest yourself in. And don't be afraid to just talk to people, most everyone is pretty open." He thinks of what they can do. "I would invite you to lunch, but that would probably not fly with my boyfriend."
Arthur: "B-boyfriend?" asked Arthur who was confused as hell. "Y-you're gay?" he asked. "Good thing I'm not judgemental." he continiued as he smiled. "Don't worry, I won't try to 'steal' you. I hope it works both wayes?" he asked as he patted Uriel's back.
Uriel: "I'm actually bisexual, but a rose by any other name, right? And don't worry, I'm in a happy relationship." He said. "What about you? Ever have a girlfriend?"
Arthur: "Not really..." said Arthur with a somewhat sad expression on his face.
Uriel: He smiles, patting Arthur on the back. "Don't feel bad about it, I'm sure you'll find someone. There's no shortage of cute girls here, and you're a good-looking fellow, so you'll find someone eventually."
Arthur: "Eventually... That sounds like eternity to me, don't you think?" said Arthur with a grin.