Bozidara fell to the floor, she huffed as the air was knocked out of her. She cursed as she bit her tongue from the impact.
“Well then, stop behaving like one; I mean—” he pulled out the wanted poster with her sketched picture on it, “—your starting to look more like this.” He laughed, but decided to get serious. “I'm sure you want to stop all this running, and I want... You want that bounty off, right?” He said, crossing his arms lazily as he leaned on the door frame. "You really do have nothing else to lose—no harm would come to you, I promise—unless you want to be caught.
He knew the fatigue trick wouldn't work on her now, especially in the morning like this, so he pulled out his best card in this current deck. “Plus this is a big house, non-normal house; as you know, the hallways change every five minutes—even I get lost some times.” He said, not hinting on if he was joking or not. “While your running around trying to figure out the effort in this grand house—” Okay, now he was gloating, “—Then your free to do so, and I'll just call the authorities, find you, and collect the earnings.” Both was really a win/win for him, she could either help him out with what he wanted, or he could get paid off her bounty. “So, unless your a better magician than me, you'll be setting up your future here.” He said, letting her pick her choice.
Yeah it was a little unfair that he placed her in such slim options, but that was all technicalities, technicalities indeed, no, no wait, he was pretty selfish.