Kivuli opened her eyes and gave a slight nod before opening her mouth in a large yawn and said quietly "You wont even know I'm here!" she said with a secretive glint in her eyes, they didn't know of her powers and she liked it that way. She stretched and rose moving behind the two of them, waiting for the newly formed alliance to set off towards the Sandfall pride.
Kivuli followed behind the other two lions and held her head low, constantly thinking of what she will do when they arrive and what she will do after. She lifted her head at Jangwa's question and was hesitant with her reply, looking at him thoughtfully before sighing softly and saying softly "On life's long and winding path." a shy smile crept across her face and she gave a slight skip in her step as she raced foreword and smiled back at Jangwa's and Ruby, it felt good to talk, especially when the people on the receiving end didn't know about her true self.
"I live in these deserted lands. I am not as "pure" as you. I am a desert lion. It's actually a subspecies to the lion. Hence my small stature." He was only slightly bigger than Kivuli, but Jangwa wouldn't growled more.
Kivuli could sense that the other lioness didn't want to share and she gave a small smile, mainly to herself. She looked at Jangwa momentary awe crossing her face. "So you live here..." she said in fascination, she wanted to ask how, but at the same time didn't want him to look at her again, or anyone for that matter. Her shy nature had taken hold and she stared at the shifting sand.
"Well, this entire desert. I usually move around. Where ever i feel like. I don't have much goal in life." Jangwa said, looking curiously at Kivuli. He decided not to ask her anything yet, seeing she obviously didn't want to share much.
To become strong, one has to first experience pain.