Post by Kender Bard on Sept 28, 2012 1:15:00 GMT -5
The luggage appeared and Harmony's only sign of strain was some rapidly blinking as she reoriented herself. There was a small twinge of pain, but nothing too bad. She could still stretch her mind if she had to. ~I need to work on teleporting things to me rather than myself to things~ she admitted to Schuldig. ~When we get back home, I'll practice.~
"Well," Schuldig muttered, "his timing was good on this, at least."
~You can work on it some between our cabins on the boat,~ he told Harmony. ~Repetition over a short distance will help, and there's not going to be a whole helluva lot to occupy your time for a few weeks.~
Post by Kender Bard on Sept 30, 2012 2:54:42 GMT -5
That made Harmony smile faintly as she nodded. ~Speaking of which, what's our plan? What should we be doing while we lay low? Or are we just going to kill time and try not to go crazy with boredom and paranoia?~
Timble shifted his stance, crossing his arms. I'd like to know the same.
~I'll be taking us out for at least a little while most days while we're here. If I ever leave anyone here, Ruby will be staying with them, and I'll have an ear out. We're going to be around Morilantans for a while, so we need to get you more accustomed to things. I'll be going over shit you need to know to fill in knowledge gaps as best I can, too, so there's that much more to keep you occupied.~
He was curious as to whether he could effectively just dump the information into someone's mind long-term, but it was hardly the time for experimenting.
~I have some of my own projects to tend to while I'm here, so I'll be keeping up with those, too. Ruby will try to help with not being SO tense, and the ones old enough for it want to screw each other, go for it. When we're on the boat, I have a secondary job to talk with some of you about, too. Remember, I hate being bored myself, so I will find ways to at least keep us busy.~
Last Edit: Oct 2, 2012 4:33:01 GMT -5 by Darastrix
~Mm-hmm.~ Schuldig pulled his personal trunk out of the lot to take back to his room. ~Nap if you can manage it. Being rested's never a bad thing, especially if you have trouble sleeping on boats.~
Not that it would matter much after a week of poor sleep at sea, but it'd give them a decent start, at least. He was thankful that he didn't get seasick. He just found the motion distracting until he got used to it.
~If that's all for the moment, the three of us will go back to my room and begin the waiting game.~