Ehud chose the location of their meeting with care.
The giant Baedurin seer sat at the enterance of a barely-used cave system, which led up and out of Xaeldrask. Further up was the Draeyde caves, vicious creatures that could strip the bones off a Drael in less than a minute while swarming. But Ehud seemed calm, letting his large clawed hands touch the rocky ground beneath, feeling the wild, untamed nature of his planet.
He had chosen this spot for it's seclusion. It would be better for both of them if they were not disturbed. Ehud was always the most at peace alone, and he did not want his subject's thoughts clouded with the thoughts of onlookers.
In addition, he had a contingent of Sraelvun hidden a few hundred feet inside the twisting caverns, prepped with weaponry and the orders to kill if Ehud gave the mental command. In case the allegations were true. If Naramphra had, truly, attempted to kill the Chieftain.
It was an unthinkable act. One that Ehud was very interested in learning about.
But that was neither here nor there. His subject would arrive soon. He would learn all he could. Then he would dutifully report to his Chieftain.
So he watched.
And he waited.