|Katherine Pierce believes her own lies. (believesownlies) wrote in wariscoming,|
@ 2014-06-22 10:42:00
|Entry tags:||hal yorke, katherine pierce|
Katherine & Hal; Helping with his new brand of transitioning
Late night Friday/Early morning Saturday, June 20/21, 2014; TBD
TBD (but lbh, it's a newbie vamp transitioning, at least mid-level warnings!); In progress
The call had been short and to the point.
As tense as things had been lately with his family, on top of knowing his opinion of her friend, Katherine had been genuinely surprised at Elijah's reaction regarding Hal. She had told him, straight-forward, upfront and honest, much like she hadn't been able to, Hal couldn't handle the humanity like he thought he would have and Damon was fixing that for him. Katherine would have, but all things considered, she was glad Damon had taken that part. Elijah, her redemption, things would have gotten messy if she was the one to turn him. She'd likely be getting enough backlash for helping him the way she was. She had told Elijah in no uncertain terms she was helping Hal with the transition. She had expected an argument, a fight about how Hal had used her, or how she had cheated on him or any other number of things. She had been prepared to stick to her choice, no matter what though. No would not have been taken as an answer. She would have done it with or without his okay, she simply felt for honesty's sake, she needed to tell him. And he'd reacted quite reasonably and for that, she was glad.
So, then he waited. And finally, she got the call she was expecting and headed to the address that she was given. It was a small motel, kind of out of the way. As far as Katherine knew, so far it was just she and Damon that knew about Hal's decision, and now Elijah. He wouldn't say anything though, that much she knew.
The call before had been short and to the point, and Katherine wondered how it all went in the end. Admittedly, she was fairly certain he hadn't turned Ripper on them, or it would have been Damon making the call and not Hal. She stopped in front of the door to the motel room and knocked three times, waiting for her friend to appear on the other side.