The calm and serenity of the jungle was indeed a pleasant pace, even after Indra's training had vented. He was going to head back to the guild, maybe find one of the amazons who was interested in having some fun in the guild hall drinking and such. As his own dirty mind would amuse himself, he heard a sound in the distance-- to his sharp hearing came out as a loud crash as if it was only a few feet away.
He shook his head and glanced ahead from his canopy in the trees. He saw the motion of trees falling. Someone was clearly mowing his way through the jungle, and from the sound of it it was only one person. He also smelled the presence of something forign in the jungle.
Having been bored up till then, he smirked as he figure this would be interesting to check out. With that, he rose up and charged up his electric aura. With ease, he entered an excited pace of speed and hopped from one branch to the next, getting close to the logger in his midsts.
Acting as stealthy as possible, he stopped short behind one of the trees and looked down, spotting the dark stranger, venting at the forest in his path with the odd little toy on his head and a two-headed dog-like creature in toe behind him, also throwing a hissy fit. He felt the urge to laugh at the sight of them. Part of him was curious what brought them to the jungle-- the other part, the trickster demon, malevolent gods inside him, or whatever you wanted to call it wanted to mess with them.
Well, that would depend how they respond to him.
In the interest of saying 'hello'-- Indra let out a loud roar. BUt it wasn't so much a roar, but a literal clap of thunder that echoed overhead. Electricity crackled off his limbs from the sheer action, as he easily sat down on the tree branch, his leg dangling off the side and his chin supported on his fist in a leisure position.
"You may want to think twice about swatting those trees. Some of them like to hit back," Indra replied leering at the black haired mage. A grin showed on his face as he waited to see the guy's reaction. "Normally i wouldn't pry but my ears were burning with your racket. You certainly don't look like you'd survive here long. "
Inside his head, he heard the chuckle of the deity that resided in his mind-- he only recently awakened to realizing he was the descendants of ancient storm gods. This one, Raijin-- the same alians as he once took on for himself-- chuckled in his mind. "Oooh, this one looks gamey. Probably won't be a good meal but fun to hunt. Hehehe..." Raijin said in his mind.
Give it a rest, Raijin. Let us see who he is first before you plot his grizzly murder. , Indra thought.