Sighing, Walker tuned to Sangwynn. "It appears he has escaped. Somehow." There was notable irritation in his voice. "I'm afraid you'll have to find an alternate meal, or attempt to chase after him. This one looks like a lost cause." Rubbing his face for a second, the tree frowned. It was extremely frustrating to have his prey elude him like this... Well, perhaps SOMETHING could be done.
Lifting up his right arm, he held his other hand out flat, and focused his Ki, cutting down. Wincing at the pain, he took the severed arm from the air with a deft grab, focusing and regenerating the severed limb. With a flick of his wrist, the old limb was sent towards Sangwynn. "Would this make a sufficient meal for now?" It wasn't an absorption, but it was part of his energy, and he could produce enough to entirely create a being on the Bio-Android's level fairly easily.
Sangwynn let out a pitiful whine. His meal was gone! What was he going to do? He was so excited and now, there was nothing! The hunger gnawed away at him, angry in dissatisfaction. Then, Walker seemed to offer a solution. He watched as the tree man effectively sliced off his own arm, regrowing it and throwing the severed limb to him. Sangwynn caught it in one of his bloody claws, looking down at it. Walker wanted him to eat this? Slowly, the blood seemed to absorb the limb, taking it into himself. He felt a small surge run through him. It wasn't the same as absorbing a full entity, but it definitely helped. The hunger seemed to quieten, at least for now. "Th-Thank you," Sangwynn replied, giving a small smile.
Looking about, Walker gestured to Sanngwynn. "Come on, let's get out of this cold at least." Zyajin had managed to get away, which was disappointing, but at least he had managed to do something. Turning back toward the warmer south, Walker began to fly, hoping Sanngwynn would follow. It was time to leave this blasted wasteland.