She is certainly a daring girl. She did not back down easily, but nor did she charge as well. She did tend to have a shorter fuse than most, but she did try to tone it down at times. Besides, it was a beautiful night, and the stars were not screaming at her like they sometimes do. She could handle this odd boy, whose blue eyes almost mirrored her own, if not a bit darker.
She catches the glimmer in his own eye, her black paws moving with careful placement. She is used to a land wet. She is but a creature born in the swamp. She is of the rotten and the slithering, touched by the bog and growing with it in time. Sure, it was not always so rocky, but she could get used to it quickly.
She did not dare him just to simply do so. She found it odd how concerned with cowardice he was, how important it seemed to be to him. Her fur reflects the light of the dim moon, and she catches the grin of his as she pauses. Jump? Her ears flick slightly as she watches. She is so far rather calm in her demeanor, as he lunges himself off the ledge. She is not quick to move towards it and view the results. Instead, she lifts her eyes to the sky, to the stars as they speak of him. She gives it a good moment as she absorbs the glitter of the sky, takes in the rush of water, and feels her paws move on the cool wet surface to the edge.
She lets her form lower to where her silver belly lays on the ground. Her front black paws dangle carelessly off the edge as her black hooded head looks down at the boy who jumped. A grin plays on her dark lips, like a demon pulled at them with a sinister touch. The night echoed with her light-laugh, the water pounding only feet away as she lay and watch him as he looked up at her. She was not sure if he was foolish or not.
"Now jump back, hm?"
she yelled out slyly, her voices raised just enough for him to hear her. Her tail swished behind her, white teeth peeking from her black lips in an amused smile. "Hm? I am waiting!"
she exclaims, relaxed in her position as she stared down at the odd looking boy.