Aya held Pruara's stare for a short while, though the stare was broken by her turning her attention away. It seemed the small hunter girl was far more interested in the green owl than her. Not that Aya could blame her. Something like this was undoubtedly, inherently interesting. Though she had spoken to Aya, so naturally, Aya had to give her a response.
"You are mistaken."
That was all she had to say to Pruara. She had indeed tried to communicate to different animals in the past. The end result usually was a stare-down with the animal, followed by the animal turning around and leaving, much to her own disappointment. This still seemed ridiculous to her. In her experience, no animals have ever spoken human language without the aid of some sort of magical element. If there were, there would have been documents, stories, and news lines, among other things. While the green coloration was intriguing, there was almost no reason to assume it could-
"So! Thank you all so much for saving me."
It spoke. Despite Aya's unchanging demeanor, this caught her off-guard. It actually spoke. Aya almost missed the rest of Pine's short speech. When he finished, Aya stood in silence with her eyes closed for a few moments, seemingly trying to process everything she was hearing. After all, it was quite a lot. It's not every day you hear from some sort of magical green owl that your planet is in harm's way. Having the entire universe on your shoulders is a heavy burden to bear. Aya opened her eyes, and spoke.
"Oh." Her voice lacked any sort of urgency, almost like she found this announcement boring before anything else. It didn't seem like she was content to comment on much, though there was one bit that caught her attention more than anything else Pine had to say. "Especially given what?"