Tala wasn't really planning on saying it, though at the moment, well.. It's all came out now it seems. She takes in a soft breath and casts a faint glance over towards Ahiga and then looks back to Skahla. "I've never put words in your mouth Skahla... An I refuse to try and get to know Grim or Brutal. You wasn't around when they was here after everything Skahla, you have NO idea how it was to deal with them..." Though she sees this conversation is starting to go somewhere she doesn't want it to go.. So much has been said already after all.
She isn't sure what response she was hoping to hear from Skahla but none of this was anywhere close to it. A faint sigh escapes her and she shifts on her paws and her head lowers while she starts to pace away, tail flicking madly a few times.
Ahiga’s head turns to watch Tala move off, though he doesn’t immediately follow after him. His eyes return to Skahla even as it’s clear that the alpha..former alpha…whatever, is done. Little temper tantrum, is it? “We didn’ put those words in your mouth. You sayin’ we haven’t supported you said it better than we ever could.” He takes a backwards step in the direction that Tala is moving, though he continues to face forward for just a while longer. “You don’ even care, do you?” he says in quiet realization. “You don’t care how Tala feels, an’ she’s your own sister. You don’ care that she loves this pack more’n anything in this world, an’ she feels like she has to leave the only family she has because’ve this. You don’t even care enough to ask her why.” It’s obvious to him just who Skahla does care about, and it isn’t either one of them.
“You know, this whole Ute thing is bull moosecrap,” he says, departing words. “To care more about accepting others and giving second, third, or fourth chances to strangers than you do about your own pack and family is beyond crap. Good luck with that. You’ll need it.” He turns then to join Tala, having to pick up the pace a little to catch up with her before slowing again at her side, walking along with her in silence.