Perchance to Dream
Enkidu gets her way with stubborn bluster and bullying threats. She doesn’t get pleasure from bullying others, not exactly; but it is how she gets her way and how she “enforces” what she perceives to be right. In this case, she’s disgusted at the back-handed attempt at harming the True Fae through the Children’s Contract. She’d rather have led the charge and storm onto a thorn-coiled battlefield against the others—the Children’s Contract, to her, is the way They would fight. It’s abhorrent.
As a result of the Saints helping to bring about the Children’s Contract, Enkidu is passionate in her dealings with them, and never in a good way.