“You can do it then?” She asked not moving from her spot, or the position she was in. She looked at Becky judging her over. “What do you need? Can you get everything you do need?” She asked her in a rush.
“Of course I can do it.” She laughed slightly. “What kind of ridiculous question is that. A better question is why would I want to. We’re not friends Tala. I don’t just do favors for anyone. Especially ones that drain my energy and I’m not even getting anything out of it.”
Tala didn’t even knock on the door, just kicked it open, her anger, sadness, confusion, guilt, eating at her. She let her emotions drive her to what she was about to ask. “BECKY!” She screamed “WHERE THE FUCK ARE YOU?” She didn’t care how pissed and angry she sounded. It would help. She knew Becky would ask for something big. Something Tala might not even be able to do.
Becky came out of the back room with a smirk on her face. “Can you bring someone back to life?” She asked her. Tala didn’t move from her spot. She had her bag in her good hand, and she just stuck a brace over her wrist. She wasn’t about to waste time going to the hospital. Both her hands were in fists, anger visible in her eyes.
Becky bit her lip with a frown after Tala spoke, well, practically yelled at her. “I thought you didn’t like magick, Wolfy. The last time I tried to show you an easy trick you called me a freak.” She tried not to look hurt by what the wolfgirl had said to her and quickly replaced her frown with a lip biting smile.
“You know making it rain blood is a lot easier to do than bring someone back to life… That’s going to take a lot of my energy and I was saving it for something big.”
“Then why do it? Rain is one thing Becky, but blood?” Tala stood where she was not moving. “You need learn some people skills.” She tells her folding her arms over her chest.
Becky snorted. “Anyone can make it rain. The spell in the book I tested was to make it rain blood. I wasn’t about to go around trading and collecting a bunch of stuff for a spell just to find out that the book was a sham.”
“So undo it! And don’t pull any of that there’s no spell to undo it bullshit!” If it wasn’t for the fact it was raining blood Tala would have ran out the door never to see Becky again. “Damn your fucking psycho.”
“I tested that spell because it didn’t require anything. I know there’s no need to make blood fall from the sky. I just figured it would be easy to see if the spell book is authentic. There’s some other spells in it that require more ingredients that are actually useful,” Becky explained while pouted slightly. She liked Tala. If she had told her there would be blood falling from the sky she wouldn’t have helped her.
She walked back to the altar and sat down with a slight huff after lighting a couple of white candles she said a reversal spell and waited. The sound of the rain stopped.
“What the hell Becky?!” Tala shouted as she cut her arm. “Fucking Hell. This wasn’t a normal rain spell.” Tala stood up ready to fight if she had to. “What the hell did you do Becky?”
Becky had her arm extended out into the night letting the light rainfall hit her palm. When she pulled it back there were thick drops of red liquid on her hand. She almost giggled before turning to see an angry wolf girl and pouted that she seemed so unimpressed with her work. “I told you. I was checking a spell from a book.”
Tala raised her eyebrow but took her hand wearily unsure of what Becky would do next. Maybe if Becky didn’t fuck her over they could actually be friends after this.
The corner of Becky’s mouth twitched when she felt Tala take her hand.
“Repeat after me:
Clouds of black, clouds of white.
I summon the to show thy might.”
She paused waiting for Tala to repeat her.
“Come thee here and bring thy rain,
beneath water, the Earth shall stain.”
Becky kept her hand extended with the dagger in the center of the pentagram and the other holding onto Tala’s. After she repeated the last lines, the light sound of the rain hitting the roof could be heard.
Tala growled at her. “If you don’t stop treating me like a dog, you’re gonna regret it.” Tala kept her glare fixed on her but nodded her head for her to continue.
“But I have a treat for you after the rain.” She pouted some.
Becky closed her eyes held out the dagger in the middle of the pentagram. “I call out to the energies and forces of nature.” She traced the lines of the pentagram. “Water,” she said when the dagger hovered over the box that contained it, “Fire… Wind… and Earth. I summon the power of the Water.” She extended her palm face up for Tala to take.