I think that I'm going to resign from the roleplay. It's nothing any of you have done, but I have been really busy and I can't keep up with more than one or two roleplays. I really enjoyed RPing with you guys!
*GASP!* Now we only have 3 active rp-ers! THE RP IS GONNA DIE! Nooooo! *passes out*
Anyway, I guess I'm stuck in the infirmary... I gather some water with water bending to make a small water ball. I use it to wash all the blood off of me. By the time I'm finished, the water is completely red (and Sileena has left). Eww. Bloody water... and for some reason, I just go and dump it in the garbage can, then resume lying on the hospital bed- half in pain, half lost in thoughts. Why did that man keep electrocuting me? How did he know my name? Why did he capture and attack me?
The men seem to have left, and I sigh. I'm not really hurt, just battered up a bit, but I was one of the lucky ones. I walk down to the infirmary. I might as well visit Caiya. I walk down to the infirmary, and cautiously poke her. I'm not sure of she's awake or not. " Uh... you ok?" I groan. She's obviously not, that was a stupid question.
I see Adam over me. "Uh... you ok?" He asks. I snap back to reality and say: "I'm alright. But I guess getting electrocuted and captured was kinda traumatic... Right now, my wounds hurt and I have a stomachache, but I'm fine. Don't know why I was electrocuted, though."
"I'm alright. But I guess getting electrocuted and captured was kinda traumatic... Right now, my wounds hurt and I have a stomachache, but I'm fine. Don't know why I was electrocuted, though." she says, with a small sigh. I nod carefully. These people keep assualting our school.... but why?
Adam gives a small nod. "Listen- I think that during the next fight, we could act defeated, then we send 1 or 2 people to follow them. We could find their HQ, and then plan an attack on them. I'm not %100 sure it'll work, but I'll figure something out, I guess." I notice I'm smiling. Why am I smiling? Oh, whatever. I start fiddling around with my hands, occasionally looking up at Adam. (Waiting for a response)