Even when Akeya tried to call her out on how suspicious she sounded, trying to get the half dragon to come forward only to then proclaim herself as formerly possessing the title of the one fated to rule the dragons, Tyr didn't appear to be inclined to lose her confidence and composure. Instead she called Akeya out on how she wouldn't make it so obvious that it was a trap if it was actually a trap. This would do well to convince the other side of the argument...If Akeya wasn't paranoid and knew that one of the best ways of creating a trap was to be so obvious about it being a trap that everybody who thought themselves clever (which, to be honest, was pretty much every single simpleton out there) would take it as a sign that it actually wasn't a trap, never once considering that maybe the show put on was designed to take care of those who would try being clever against a vastly more intelligent opponent. Akeya wasn't very easily convinced."Titles like that are not given without reason."
Tyr meanwhile had apparently decided to take a bit of a gamble in an attempt to have Daiki stop threatening her with that sword of hers, stepping forward until the tip was nearly touching her. Not too bad a decision, since the woman holding the sword didn't really look like she was eager to attack. She looked more like she was holding it to threaten than to actually attack, even after she went through the trouble of infusing the sword with light magic. This Tyr woman, however annoying it might be that she seemed so fearless and confident, was not somebody who they could just attack whenever they felt like it. Besides, she seemed to be trying to make the two of them more curious about her, and to kill that which you wondered about was always a bad idea. It would leave you with a bad taste in your mouth at the idea of losing the possibility of learning something. At least, that was how the half dragon experienced it, and she suspected Daiki wasn't different in that aspect.
Although the way that the armoured woman claimed it didn't matter if they trusted her or not was quite annoying, since it gave the impression that what might happen depended completely on what Tyr wanted. Did she think that the two of them were only here for her to feel good about meeting somebody intelligent after having been stuck here for so long? Did that also mean that she wouldn't let them leave until she was done with them? Or was she planning to kill them after she was done with them, to make sure they couldn't go and tell mightier mages about the dragon armoured woman and how she was a threat. Akeya narrowed her eyes at Tyr, even though her blindfold would make that impossible to see. She really didn't trust that woman, but more importantly Daiki hadn't given her an answer yet, since Tyr had reacted first. The armoured woman must have some sharp ears for her to have noticed what Akeya said.
Now that Tyr had made Daiki sheathe her sword, and there was no light magic present any more, Akeya relaxed a bit more, although the fact that the staff held by Tyr also could be infused with light magic didn't amuse her in the slightest. That could prove a problem should they be forced to fight at some point. However she wasn't sure what her next step should be... The woman didn't seem inclined to give her any reason to trust her, and at the same time acted as if their opinions and actions didn't matter, only what she herself wanted. At this point it might be a good idea to actually leave and try to gather allies to help invade the ruins and see if she could take this woman down and question her on her own terms. However that was a risky move, and one that also didn't feel like the right one to Akeya. One, there were plenty of stories about how eager raiders and armies would enter strange territory which was supposed to contain no resistance but some mysterious creature, only for the entire invasion to disappear from the face of the planet without a single mention of where they went. Attacking somebody on their own territory when you didn't know about their abilities or the secrets of the scenery was likely to backfire.
The second reason was that Akeya really wanted to know why these ruins were here, why there was a woman living here for so long, why and how she possessed armour that gave her controllable wings and a tail, what her deal was, what her abilities were, what that staff was, why she had been fated to rule the dragons, why that had never come to pass, and why Daiki had been drawn towards here. All kinds of questions which pulled at Akeya's inquisitive mind.
Then Akeya began to slowly move forwards, keeping at least several yards of distance between herself and the other two. She kept slowly moving until she was at the edge of the shadows which hid her from the light of the moon, which even at this hour was still up there in the sky. Then she stepped into the moonlight, which caused a rather surprising reaction: as the moonlight touched her she was no longer merging with the darkness and the shadows of the night. More than that, her scales suddenly turned a pure silver, her hair and clothing following suit, until what had first been the midnight blue half dragon was now reflecting the moonlight with her scales, her hair, her clothing, and even her claws. She folded her arms as she looked at Tyr."How has staying here for so long actually managed to tie you to this place?"
If either Daiki or Tyr had the required detection abilities they would realize that the change in colour was literally caused by the energy of the moonlight infusing Akeya, although if it had any effects besides changing her appearance...
(Add blindfold and mask that hide face and fin-ears. Also remove horns and turn claws into scaled hands and feet.)