Arianna's belongings arrived at her home in Beacon Hills just three days after the three teens sacrificed themselves to save their parents.
When Alan asked Arianna where she was going to live she had grinned mischievously at him and replied; "I'll buy wherever I feel drawn, obviously."
"Even if it's occupied?"
"That's what compulsion is for," she chuckled at the emissary. "don't worry I'm joking, I already own a house in Beacon Hill's. I had it built when your grandfather was a young boy." Arianna paused for a moment before asking a question that had begun worrying her. "You know what the sacrifices will mean to this town, the nematon is active now, it will become a true beacon again. Do you know what sort of things to expect? Because while I know more than most, I still only have limited knowledge of the other species, and I mean limited, my family mostly stuck with vampires, witches and werewolves. What I do know is mostly from the occasions I've helped your family."
Alan looked at her with a scrutinising gaze for a moment, before nodding, obviously seeing the truth in her statement. He didn't elaborate on what he knew, but, Arianna had a feeling he was far more knowledgeable then herself and she was okay with that.
The following few day Arianna spent updating her houses appliances and having her electricity bri going upto modern standards.
While her house was rather large she had forgotten how homely it felt, she briefly wondered why she hadn't been back to Beacon Hills in over forty years. Her house was built in a typical British Georgian style, it had seven bedrooms yet felt cosy, and her favourite part was its location on the edge of Beacon Hills preserve with only one neighbouring house.
The original heretic had grinned when she found out who her neighbour was, Lydia and her mom.
Arianna didn't mind the idea of living close the the sassy strawberry blonde, her supernatural hearing would hear her banshee scream from near or far, it really wouldn't matter for her.
Plus Lydia seemed like she'd make a great friend, and Arianna didn't hate the idea of becoming friends with her.
Two days after finishing up with modernising her houses wiring and plumbing, Arianna went on a shopping spree for furniture and home comforts to match the interior designs which she had a small team of compelled decorators doing.
Lydia had been absolutely thrilled when she saw Arianna at the 'empty old house that she had always wondered about' and began helping with the designs for the home seemingly loving telling the compelled decorators what to do after Arianna gave her free reign on the extra bedrooms. Lydia had happily accompanied the Arianna on two shopping trips to buy accessories, with the promise of clothes shopping the following weekend once the house was finished.
Arianna was soon settled into her house and was going to begin at the school with the pack, which she'd been welcomed into with surprisingly open arms without yet sharing her story.
Arianna and Lydia was much closer and had clicked instantly.
The darkness from the sacrifice was already clearly effecting the teens much deeper than Arianna remembered it effecting her. Sure, she remembered feeling the darkness she still vaguely could even now, a thousand years later, but she hadn't been effected the extreme way the teens had. For her it was simply something she could feel when she thought about it, but, mostly she could totally ignore it.
However, on Arianna's first morning at Beacon Hills High School she was greeted by Scott running from his own shadow, Stiles unsure if he was asleep or awake and Allison a nervous wreck.
The following day, Allison had almost killed Lydia by shooting an arrow at her head - thankfully Isaac had been watching Allison and saved Lydia's life - a discussion was soon held between the supernatural group.
The topic of discussion was bardo.
Bardo being the name for the superconsciousness between life and death, the place where Allison, Stiles and Scott had spent sixteen long hours hovering between during the ritual.
A new girl, Kira, introduced herself to the pack and explained what she knew of Bardo. Kira and Scott had since been seen sharing a look each time they locked eyes with eachother, it's was disgustingly adorable.
A few days later, along with the rest of the pack, Arianna found herself standing inside the veterinary clinic, to speak with Alan.
Preparing to search the woods for a possible werecoyote.
Unsure of what to think about how many strange situations the pack of teens manage to get them selves caught up into Arianna had agreed to go and try to help.
Arianna was hoping that Scott could actually roar though, she had began privately thinking that roaring would perhaps close the door into his mind. Which had begun to escalate, Scott has almost lost control in school twice in one day.
Oddly enough though, it was Stiles who seemed to be the worse off to Arianna. The twitchy human looked exhausted, his heartbeat would suddenly race and he'd start counting his fingers unsure if he was awake or not.
She hadn't particularly spent much time with Allison, who seemed to spend most of her time with a very love stuck Isaac, which was also disgustingly adorable.
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