"She claimed it was the Knight Artorias who defeated Manus and saved her from the Abyss." Ciaran said, finally looking to him. Her eyes were a little wet but she was not in danger of shedding any tears yet. "I did not have the opportunity to question her myself," She had desperately wished to, wanting to know of Artorias' last heroic acts and where he fell, but it hadn't happened. With the mess of Gwyn's departure and the fracturing that had happened through his court and through his remaining knights, she had been so wrapped up that by the time she thought to go looking for the girl she was beyond her reach. "But it was determined that she was speaking the truth when she gave her reports, through it was also determined that she was not fully of sound mind after her rescue."
She truly regretted not finding her now, she wanted to give him answers or at least something that would ease his mind.
"If you do not remember that fight or the killing blow it is possible that whatever brought you here decided that you should be saved those memories, is it not?" She offered, watching his expression. "You did not fall for nothing, I can promise you that."