"Well yes. All witches have familiars. Different... creatures that are connected to them. They're part of like... an extension of ourselves." She smiled. "Little Orrin here can change into any shape he desires, but he likes the life of a cat." She grinned. "He's been that way so long I think he's forgotten that he even can change."
Nasya nodded, grinning. "My sister often tells me that she plays something called an EX BOX. (haha bad pronunciation). She tells me that I should get one all of the time. Perhaps I will. Have you played on that system before?" She asked, opening her door to her hut, revealing the witchy room that was the entry of her house. "Oh, don't mind this room," She murmured. "My normal house is in back."
"I could show you my house if you'd like," Nasya smiled brightly. "I have lots of cool stuff. And we could watch a movie if you want. I like to collect DVD's." She pursed her lips as she thought about it. "What do you like to do? Other than hang out with grumpy vampires?" She grinned.
"You are a grump, and have always been a grump." Nasya replied, shaking her head. "Are..." She sighed lightly. She wondered vaguely if Marius had told Nivinee where he was going (as she loved the little werewolf) but she didn't want to butt into his personal life. "Where are you off to now?" She asked, smiling at Lilura.
"Oh?" Nasya asked, furrowing her brow. "I didn't know you were one to go to plays..." She furrowed her brow. "Or do anything enjoyable for that matter." She laughed lightly. "You never agreed to see a production with me." She teased Marius, her eyes sparkling. She turned her gaze to Lilura. "How did you convince him to stop being such a grump and go with you?"