Adiari nods as Gerwin apologizes, then shakes her head knowingly.
"It's alright girl, don't worry. Not everyone knows their way around the forest, and it takes a lot of work to learn how to fend for yourself in the outdoors," Adiari replies.
"On the other hand," she adds, examining the nuts and berries Gerwin brought in, "you didn't bring back anything poisonous or toxic..it's a start, at least."
"Probably should have tried harder to get that deer though..." she adds quietly, barely a murmur.
"As far as killing goes, that is something you will have to learn to deal with, in time. The cycle of life is harsh, yet necessary, and for life to continue there must always be death."
"Once you learn to accept that, you can truly be one with nature..."
Taking the basket over to the side, Adiari busies herself with preparing dinner, not bothering to ask Gerwin to help.
"I'll have food ready in a few minutes, dear..." the druid says. "Why don't you go out to the small pond, see if you can catch a few fish for the meal? A bit of meat would go over quite well...."