bad snake pun
Katarina recoiled, her face the purist form of horror possible as she stared at what had become of her sister. the once beautiful blond women, who's charm could seduce even the coldest of men or women. her beautiful smile, her gorgeous golden eyes, her flowing blond hair and her beautiful shapely legs. all of it dispersed in the womens eyes as she stared down at the serpent human hybrid beneath hear.
"sister help me!" the youngest of the Du Couteau family cried out in pain and desperation, her legs having fused together and formed a sickly green tail. a sudden cry echoed through the champers again as Cassiopeia fingers elongated into claws, her tongue grew thin and pointed. it made Katarina's skin crawl watching her younger sister like this.
all of a sudden they cries of pan stopped, and their lying face down on the ground laid out in front of her was Cassiopeia, but. it wasn't her. it was a horrifying unholy mesh of women and snake.
5 months had passed since that even't. and Katarina could count the number of times the two had spoken to each other. their fathers disappearance had left her in charge, something despite her strong, calm leading demeanor might suggest she was no where near ready for. a soft laugh fluttered towards Katarina and rested on her ears pleasantly. it was the laugh of the bratty Demacian girl, Lux. ever since the intolerable women had first meet her sister the two had become almost inseparable. at first it was just Lux wanting to help find a cure, but it quickly developed far, far past such platonic reason.
But, the mage's presences made her sister smile. and it was a genuine warm happy smile. not something she did all the often. and so, Katarina put aside her petty hatred for the women and let her stay. well that and it helped her and Garen meet while avoiding to much suspicion.
the assassin smiled, yes. in the end the mage's presence was in fact, a good thing.