Necrosis Scene

Lisset glanced over to where Cassander was, watching him as he slid the black shirt over his head. It was like watching the part in Willy Wonka where the giant vehicle went through the cleaner. As the fabric passed over the white of the bone, olive toned skin appeared as if it had been there the entire time. His legs were still bare to the bone, but the top half of him seemed to be alive again. If he chose the appearance, he was going for the dramatic in her apinion. His hair was stark white, and his eyes, which she could now see, were a light red, hovering just between red and pink. He seemed to stretch in his new skin, rolling back the shoulders that filled out the shirt and cracking his neck. He wasn’t that badly build of a man, not overly broad but taunt in all the right places. The shirt was a little baggy in the front, just barely hinting at what she thought might have been a six pack.

It was a little unnerving to look down and see only bone though as he looked back at her. He had an arrogant smirk on his face that she had a feeling he had worn many times before when he was still alive.

“You see something you like princess?” he asked with a leecherous glint in his pinkish eyes.

Lisset rolled her eyes and got up from the couch. “Rashnir, fetch.” she siad, loudly enough for the hound to hear from her kitchen.

The look of fear that crossed Cassander’s face was pricless as the three headed ghoul bound into the room, it’s tail wagging like a windmill. She couldn’t help the small chuckle that escaped her as Cassander hurried to pull his jeans on, covering the bones in his legs with the same trick as his top half. He filled them just as nicely as he had the shirt, the waist band sitting low enough that she saw a flash of white bone from his hip.

“Don’t try to be coy with me Sans, its unbecoming.” Lisset said as she walked towards the kitchen, flipping her hair over her shoulder.

She could hear him muttering under his breath, catching a few words that made her bark out a laugh as the saloon doors swung shut behind her.