Who? Ava & Allana What? "Hey, will you kill me if I go evil?" / "Sure!" Where? Ava's place When? Immediately after Allana's Luciferdream / removal from the Force (aka dark o'clock in the morning) Rating? Possibly... not low?
At the sound of the knocking, Ava had her television on mute and her powers stretched out for the nearest demon before she even realized what she was doing. A sharp glance at the clock proved she’d stayed up too late again, watching stupid shows and curling into her blankets instead of sleeping, but for once she was actually sort of okay with that, because it meant she wasn’t being caught completely off guard, didn’t have to shake off that frustrating sleep-slowness before she was padding quietly to the door, feeling the demon she’d called getting close, moving into position to attack if she should need help.
It wasn’t like there were a whole lot of people that knocked on Ava’s door under ordinary circumstances - like, you know, at a time that wasn’t dark-thirty in the morning, for example. Ava was pretty sure there was only one person who knew where she lived, and that was Allana, but there was really no reason to expect the Jedi girl to be showing up here at a time like this. Especially without notice - she knew how cautious Ava was, she wouldn’t do that unless something was really, terrifyingly wrong, and what the hell could go really, terrifyingly wrong for a Jedi?
...apparently something, given that when she opened the door, it was the crumpled up redhead on her step, shivering like she’d never even heard of wearing a jacket, and Ava scowled at her for a split second, thinking about the distance from here to the complex she lived in, before she crouched down. “Allana?” She didn’t bother to ask if she was all right - why would she be here at a time like this, if she was? “C’mon, get in here before you freeze to death.”
The demon that was drifting closer at her earlier calls, she sent away; she didn’t need protection now, Allana wasn’t a threat. She was one of very few people here who wasn't.