Then Jay pointed to the flaw in the Guards search."I see a ring on her finger, your majesty, It looks like it has a hinge." He said."Do you want me to take it to the castle doctor to see if he can test anything on it?" "also, You were running when i caught you." he said."If, You're twin sister did do this, Why come with her to do her dirty work, and, Why run?"
"Fine, take my ring." She said and took it off, handing it to Jay "But don't you dare leave a mark on it. It's my mothers, and she is dead. Also, like I already said, I didn't know that she planned to kill the army, I thought we came to make peace, but she had lied. And I was running because I knew if I was in Pulchra someone would find me and think I poisoned them, and what I thought would happen has. I didn't come to kill anybody, that's why I brought no weapons, but my sister thought differently, I guess. And, why would a ring prove anything? If I was the one who poisoned them, why in the world would I pour the poison all over myself?" She asked him.
King Princeps guessed the ring wouldn't get them any further, if she willingly offered it. "Let me see the ring." He told Jay. He wanted to examine it, then return it to the elf. He didn't want to mess it up, because if it was his ring from his dead mother he defiantly wouldn't want it scratched. He disliked elves, but he had some sympathy.