They didn’t look very menacing, but Chel had been around enough dice to know looks were almost always deceiving.
“Ow … where am I?” A sharp pain flashed through Chel’s head. She rubbed her forehead and mumbled, “Where are the kids?”
“Kids?” The trio of creatures hopped down onto the bed, making it sway more as they bounced in an otter like fashion toward Chel. “Oh,” The blue creature chirped and looked alertly at Chel, “They’re in different quarters.”
“Trasik told us to keep you company.” The yellow and green one trilled happily.
“Are you hungry?” The third inquired curiously.