Kasayee watched as the girl destroyed the coffin lid with ease. She was strong it seemed. Stronger than she had appeared before. This was...well she didn't really care actually. As the druid stepped forward she noticed the shadows surge from the coffin. Destroying the lid may have been...unwise.
The creature was unusual. It seemed almost like a spirit but it most certainly was not. And it was fast. Dropping the other girl in a mere moment. Kasayee felt something in that moment. Something from the coffin...a spiritual energy. The first since she had come here. It was like a beacon to the girl.
Though there was a pair of problems in her way. One was the creature who had come into the room just now. Did the other one die? That was fast. The second was the phantom itself which was drifting her way. She wasn't sure how to fight it though the glowing red was certainly a target. She did however know how to fight the creature from before.
Ah so he wasn't dead. She noticed Vincent coming in not long after the creature. Perhaps the creature just did not think him to be tasty enough to kill. Whatever the case the phantom was heading for him now. At least she didn't need to deal with it unless the human failed like the other one.
On top of all that the hands were growing on the ceiling. She had to work quickly and now she had a charging creature coming for her.
As it swiped at her she ducked under the swing and, hands transforming into claws, slashed at the creature's leg, intending to main it and slow its movement considerably.
Her claw made purchase into the creature's flesh but as it did the creature used its other claw to attempt to stab her tail.
Thankfully she could move her tail somewhat. At least enough to make it moving target. She turned and, with a slight snarl, moved to bite the creature's wrist. The bite seemed to do the trick and the creature pulled away.
Hm. The taste reminded her of a corpse. A rotten one. It was also ashy and cold. Seems she would not be using this thing to feed herself.
The creature lunged forward to bite her instead and Kasayee, expecting such a reaction, thrust her first up into the thing's jaw. It didn't stun it as much as she hoped and the creature then tried to kick her.
The druid transformed into her bird form and flew back. She didn't actually want to fight this thing right now. She had a goal in mind. That coffin. Something was there. Something that she instinctively felt she had to speak with.