A Biju." Again there was confusion written across Tayuya's features."I don't really understand it myself but from what I know the nine-tailed fox was the most powerful of them." While her curiosity was slowly being sated she still felt as though Naruto was avoiding her initial question however he didn't give her a chance to interject.
"Seven years ago the Fourth Hokage..." He was concentrating on what he said and missed the slight flinch that Tayuya let out after hearing the name "...sealed the nine-tails into a baby to contain its power."Recovered from her shock at hearing the fourth Hokage Tayuya returned to her default scowl.
She was thinking what about this fairytale had to do with anything.
In their time together he finally realised there was an 'especially' in front of that when it applied to Tayuya.
Being the energetic girl that she was Tayuya quickly became bored with the never-ending silence and there was nothing to actually see in the forest.
Tayuya had slowly gotten used to the dark of the forests in her short time with Naruto and was stumbling or slipping much less than usual.
Even so, Naruto was constantly aware of her position, making sure she was in fact following him and wasn't getting herself hurt.
Tayuya sighed and stood up, it was late into their day but she figured they could still get some training in.
She made a move to go off to one side of the clearing but Naruto stopped her."Wait Tayuya, I think we should take a break from training today.
"The nine-tailed fox was a demon." He heard a very loud coughing in his head that sounded just as irate as Tayuya looked.
"Sorry, a..." he was at a blank; he actually didn't fully understand what Kyuubi was himself."Naruto was surprised at the melancholy in Kyuubi's words; it wasn't a tone she used at all."...
Once again their small campsite was invaded by awkward, unsettling silence that created a tension so thick Naruto actually tried to cut it with a kunai.