As Siansa spoke about the man who she truly loves, he continued to look at her. Geal could tell when someone would be lying or not and he knew, as he glanced deep into her eyes which resembled that of her mothers. She didn't lie, which was for better or worse, however, he trusted her judgment, though, like any father, he would worry if this Black Raven is truly worthy of his daughter's hand.
Will slowly glanced at her, his hands turning into fists as they clenched while she spoke about him, with such praising words. It left him more than speechless, and so the mighty Black Raven would find himself to be blushing as well, through his semi pale skin. Though his hair which was shadowing most of his face hid it well but not well enough from Geal.
Geal felt Siansa's magic do tremendous work on as he slowly stands up on his four legs before resting down again. In a comfortable position, as his dragonic eyes glanced in the distance, Xaio was approaching them and surprisingly enough for Geal himself, he didn't have any hostile intent. Could it be that this fellow Starwalker was more so like him himself?
Xaio would approach Geal on a notable distance, waiting for him to say his goodbyes for now. Geal would once again glance at his daughter and then at Will. "Well..." He begins. "I thought you liked men with some meat on their bones." He said in a joking tone, referring to Will's slim yet muscular figure. "Though looks can be deceiving - as from what I know, the title of the Black Raven is not easily earned, in Ippotismos that is." He mentions, glancing at Will, who also glanced at Geal back as their eyes locked.
"I mean...I can work out...?" Will managed to say a few words, raising an eyebrow.
Geal chuckled for a brief moment. "It certainly does take a man of high caliber with equally as high swordsmanship to take one of my Ashen Dragons down. Let alone, the Leader of them." He said, with a light tone. "You knew, you couldn't defeat me by yourself, so you used everyone accordingly to attack at the same time. It was your plan and it worked." He glanced at Siansa. "I suppose, he will make a fine leader for your people, daughter." He said.
The Dragon would glance back at Will. "But, as I assume my daughter has told you. To earn my blessings, you'll need to impress me." He said with a fatherly tone. "So keep doing that, so for now you are off to a good start." Geal knew he didn't have much time left as he glanced at Xaio. "But promise me this, Black Raven." He glanced back at Will. "Protect. My. Daughter. At. All. Costs." He hunched forward as his dragonic snout inches away from Will's face.
Will glanced at his eyes with determination. "I swear on my life I will." He crossed his arm against his chest, bowing his head down.
"Good," Geal said, nodding slightly. "Daughter." Geal's gaze reverted back to her. "I don't have much time, but I can't betray Lord Bloodfang now." He said. "You know this very well, but I promise, on your mother that one day I will return." By saying that, Siansa would know his father was dead serious when he put her mother's name like that. "So just know that you have an ally within Bloodfang's inner circle, but when our paths cross again. I will still have to fight you nonetheless." His tail would gently touch her cheek and then her chin. "I love you, daughter, as much as I loved your mother...make her proud. Because one thing I'm for sure, up in the stars, she is watching.."
With that Geal walked towards Xaio who was patiently waiting for him. Xaio would touch Geal and proceed to heal him even more with some chi energy so that he could fly. "For our flight." Xaio mentions.
Geal would look back at Will and Siansa. "Farewell...for now."