Karkats eyes reflected the starlight, as well as Vriskas eyes absorbed the fire light. She crouched to a stop on a dark-lighted corner, and Karkat stopped behind her, following suit. Vriska had a gloomy expression as she drew her sword. It was not a thin one either, like Karkat's 'toad poker', Vriska's blade was large and thick, and took her two hands to yield it. She counted to three mentally, observing the pattern of movement. On three she and Karkat lunged out of the shadows, and into the less crowded side of the Square. Into the stores they plunged, filling flower-sacks with smoked meat, fresh kills, vegetables, flour, and merchandise. Vriska shoved everything into her sack without second thoughts, then she proceeded to wait by the door, with her back turned to him. Karkat checked that Vriska wasn't looking, and placed down a couple of their few coins on the wooden table inside, then both departed back. Mid-run, they were caught, With a few movements of her sword Vriska got rid of them .Now I have killed three.