Without turning to look at the good captain, she replied, "I can't think of anyone else we might need. I was happy with just the two of us, but Vashir here is a pleasant surprise."
She fed Vashir green beans next. "There'll be less treasure if we split it four ways, but if you'd feel better having a friend tag along, I wouldn't object. So long as he or she is capable, loyal, and not prone to acting out of fear." The last part, her eyes flashed meaningfully over to Zig.
"I neither want to be the subject of friendly fire anymore than I want someone to act rashly where it concerns my mother. I lost her once. I thought she had died. I have no intention of watching her slain before my very eyes because of some impulsive, ass-birthed, bed-wetting child. Make no mistake. I will kill whomever causes me to lose her again." Her lips curled upward sweetly, but the smile never reached her eyes. "So choose your friends wisely, Captain Zig. If they're not a problem, then we have no problem."
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