Chalice didn't bother hiding her sneer as she turned on her heel and strutted out of the room, letting the door slam harshly behind her, just half a decibel away from slamming it. It was clear nobody wanted her there, and it wasn't long before perhaps I was better off dead took over her thoughts. Even hell had been more welcoming than this shit show. She didn't stop until she was standing outside, just out of sight of the street, allowing her fist to slam into the bricks. This had obviously been a mistake.
Meanwhile, Vale flinched as Chalice stormed out in a huff, the woman gone before she could look back at her. The girl was frowning as she glanced warily up at Shango, unconsciously taking a step back. She could feel Chalice's rage bubbling underneath her skin like an overly warm blanket, and it did little to set Vale at ease. She felt more like scratching until there was blood in order to vent some of the heat-- something she was barely able to resist doing.
Beyond that, she felt like she had gone from having nothing to having everything, but now everything was in more turmoil than it had ever been. Being tugged in two different directions was something Vale had little experience with. She hated it. It was frustrating and when it combined with Chalice's own, it made Vale harsher than she was used to.
"You, Zero, and Asmodeus are not fond of Chalice, yet you seem content with coddling me. She lost everything she had and still volunteered to help out.. But no one is willing to give her a chance, so why give me one?" She gritted her teeth as she backed up further towards the door, reaching into her pocket to retrieve the core the demon had given her. "This .. Spoiling me now isn't going to fix me, it isn't going to undo all of the damage." She was shaking violently as she reached for the door handle while the doll core slipped from her fingers and fell to the floor. Her escape was quicker than Chalice's.