Milne walked inside the house, her legs aching from hours of being dormant. "F-Fuck.." She groaned as her legs quivered a little. "Too long of a drive for this-.." She shook her body, a pop was a friendly greeting, as it brought relief with it. "Much better!" She exclaimed, now walking around, admiring the home.
Zuka eyed the human, from the ceiling. His red eyes the only thing visible from the dark, which were narrowed, unwavering as they followed the human. He moved almost cat-like through the shafts of the ceiling, silent and swift in his movement.
"Right." He said, obviously not believing her. "Where's the old man at?" He narrowed his eyes. He was getting rather annoyed with this human, but he needed answers from her, it had been a while since any human had entered the mansion.
Zuka narrowed his eyes, 'Why are you dressed in such odd clothing. Shouldnt a lady be wearing something more.. formal?" He asked, the last time he had seen a female human was before the masters wife had passed, in 1846.
"...Scared? Good.." She laughed, leaving the room. Slowly approaching Zuka, she placed her hand on his shoulder and smiled. "..You believed me without knowing the truth.. Could've done better." She said, taking her hand away and walking up the stairs.
Zuka gave a low growl, he picked up the glass, ignoring the couple of cuts on his hands as he threw it away. "Whats s special about a spider?" He asked, after sweeping up the bits of glass too small to grab.
"Spider's don't last long in this mansion. The master didnt like them." He said blankly. He had looked outside, now believing that it was twenty twenty, everything had changed. Which meant the old man had died a while ago, being human and all.
"You don't like them?.. You're a giant compared to this one.. The huntsman spider is what you need to be afraid of.. Virtually harmless as the hardly move, they are bigger than your torso.. A full grown one can't even fit in your chest cavity."