Vladrick could not even attempt to supress a chuckle, though it was short lived. "You all make it seem as if it will be so easy to take on a queen and her kingdom. So you believe that we shall simply stop her shipment?" His question being obviously retorical he continued without missing a beat. "All I hear is what we should do and not enough of how we should do it...So our great plan is, after being brought to this table together, is to seperate forces and see how each individual fairs in their own way? If it were so easy don't you think that our gracious host would have spoken with us seperately? I know we are believed to be the virtual scum of the earth, evil incarnet and all that...But does that require us to be so self absorbed that we think ourselves powerful enough to simply state a plan of action and give it our best go, each to their own?" Then he turned to his host and offered a single scoff, as if no others existed in the room but the two of them.
"Is this your great plan? To summon those who you deem fit to carry out your wishes but offer no plan of action? have you not thought your own plan through beyond this meeting? I feel this has been not more than a waste of my, and my master's time. We do not run a fool's errand, though death is my ultimate goal, I intend to live long enough to slay as many cattle as I can before I reach that day. If this queen is powerful enough to summon the will to combine two planes of existance filled with such ancient and benevolent powers as the abyss and the nine hells, and then destroy them...She would not be one to underestimate...If we intend to live through this mission." Vladrick's fists were clenched throughout his entire speach, but his face remained empty of any true emotions, and his voice was void of any anger or mocking tone. He remained calm, and even toned...void of any and all emotion, simply speaking in a matter of fact way, as if he truly didn't care either way, and was simply speaking on another's behalf, like a lawyer fighting a case that has already been lost and just deciding to go with the motions. But his eyes also gave meaning to his speach, letting all know that he was not as arrogant and foolish as the words that fell from their mouths. He was an agent of death, death was his business, and in order to please his God, business must remain good.