(And I am yet again responding to one of your RPs. Sorry, but they're too good and this one seems too great to pass up. This think I think I'd like to try a white Kitsune giant (essentially a giant with white fox ears and tail with magical abilities. I've been reading a lot of Japanese folklore lately, so yeah.... And I am very sorry because I turned out WAY longer than I expected it to but I like detail…))
Jessica stared into the eyes of the giant, guilt and suspicion quickly overcoming her. Unlike most of the people in her village, she valued both strength and knowledge at the same time but held knowledge higher. She was seen as an odd girl, even when she was little. She had been a bit taller than most children but she was completely useless at physical activates. And while most kids spent recess wrestling in the mud or playing 'Slay the Dragon' she had been inside, reading a book with the teacher. As she got older she began training with dual blades, short and light sword that gave her great defense and better offence, but the rest of the village laughed at. She was still a beginner, having little muscle gain and a weak body making it so she got tired easily. And even now she preferred the company of books compared to other humans or weapons. Most people thought it was a shame, too, since she was a pretty thing and if she were strong she would produce great children.
It wasn't just her weakness either. Jessica knew she couldn't kill another living creature (except bugs, they were fair game). Since she was a child she was fascinated by all other animals on this planet, and simply loved to watch and interact with them if she could. Her dad said when she was very young she said she wanted to take care of all the poor strays in the world. As she got older she would sometimes feed the stray dogs and cats in town, or keep one animal from eating another. She once accidentally dropped a baby stunk once, and began crying because she thought she hurt it badly. And while she may have slapped a boy once or twice, she could never bring harm to fellow human. She just couldn't bring herself to hurt someone or thing.
But right now, the redhead had a different dilemma that needed solving quick. She already knew she couldn't harm a creature, and had various second thoughts about what she was going to do if she did so happen to catch one. She felt immense guilt, seeing the... neko giant (she thought that's what it was, his ears were pressed against his head so she couldn't tell and his tail was hidden between his legs) in this state. He obviously didn't want to die. But then her suspicion came into play. This giant, while his eyes obviously held tears and fear, there was a lingering in them that sent chills up her spine. His tears also seemed a little forced, they came as soon as she arrived. She hadn't heard him crying until she saw his figure in the distance amongst the trees.
Then, there was his appearance. While her town was a European-like town, with a quaint little charm that somehow wasn't destroyed by the monsters that tried to attack. Many people dressed in a similar style, as well. This man-creature was obviously different. He had silver-white hair, something she had never seen before. And he wore Eastern style clothing-something she had only seen and read about in books. He also radiated this aura of power... It honestly scared her more than his giant appearance. Bust she thought there were no neko giants located in the East, that's what she heard, anyway. His ears-
'Wait.' Jessica's brain froze for a moment and her blue eyes widened when she realized something about his ears. 'They are too pointy and big to be neko ears... And his tail is way too long and fluffy to be that of any cats... He... He's a fox creature of some sort!' Jessica then ran through a mental list of all the eastern fox creatures she knew of, putting her dual blades back in the scabbard at her belt. She recalled a certain mystical creature she once read about.
"Kitsune." She said aloud and looking into the silver foxes eyes. "You're a Kitsune Yōkai."
Jessica recalled a lot about these creatures. Their personalities and powers varied from creature to creature, but Jessica could easily tell this one was lying to her and trying to trick her. It probably wanted to eat her body and soul, or take her for a toy, or just wanted to fool and play with her. She even her Kitsune's were capable of possessing human, specifically young females like herself. Whatever this creature planned to do to her, it probably wasn't very good. But she also knew Kitsune's were bringers of very good luck, and could do much with their magic powers. And if this Kitsune was a trickster and wanted to get something from her... Maybe she could bargain with him and trick him instead. Besides, she was the only one who could release him and she could very well go back and get one of the villagers to kill him.
The girl in the blue tunic and leather vest kneeled down in front of one of his eyes on one of her brown trouser clad knees and pushed her glasses up her nose, staring into his eyes. "I know you are trying to trick me so drop the act. You aren't tricking me, and I'm not going to let you go just yet. Look, how about we work out a deal? I'm the only one who can release you anyway, so technically speaking your life is in my hands, and with one word to the village they will kill you without me having to even give an explanation. Plus, Kitsune‘s have to repay any debt or favor, right? I will release you on two conditions. One, you promise not to eat me or ANYONE and you won't destroy anything once I release you from the chains. Two, you come with me to my village and you'll help us out by blessing our town with luck and working there. Does that sound good?"