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God Complex: Out of Time
&quot;Understood.&quot; <i>As before, the moment she's needed Red descends to Marcus's side in a flash. She was more attuned to these paths now, and though she had little talent for arts like this the ring would make it easy for Red to open the path.</i> &quot;Thank you...&quot; <i>Red looks back over at Marcus, somewhat expectantly. As if she's not even sure if that's what she's supposed to say here. But whatever the result she'd head into the newly opened night road.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
<i>Red watches the pair’s conversation silently, staring at the ring she’s offered for a few seconds before taking it and slipping it on. The girl looks at it closely for a few seconds, “feeling” what little power was stored within before she notices she’s being talked to again.</i> “Understood. So we’ll finish the mission.” <i>As before Red would begin following Marcus, remaining hidden as well as possible until they arrive at the location of this new Night Road. All the while the woman takes the time to focus, relying on her enhanced senses for some trace of something like the Night Road the pair had been in earlier.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
<i>Red is taken aback for a moment, but recalling how the trees seemed off... It must have something to do with the old man’s arts. She was quite, but her hiding ability was still only human. As requested, Red leaps down from her place in the trees, silently landing beside Marcus. The woman looks at the old man for a few seconds before remembering to introduce herself</i> “Projekt Red... Wolf Hunter.....” <i>Is all she adds before following Marcus inside. The young Lupo follows from about half a foot behind Marcus. Although there didn’t seem to be a threat at the moment she’d be noticeably antsy even at a time like this.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
<i>As promised, Red follows Marcus via the rooftops. She doesn’t think much of the myriad hiding spots, having practiced so long it almost seemed natural for her to find them. At least, that’s what they told themselves. Soon Marcus begins to approach the strange hermit’s house. She hadn’t seen any of the plants around the place before, but she figured they were probably native to this region. Still, something about them, how wrong and artificial they felt, keeps Red on edge. Since she’d be forced to leave the cover of the buildings behind, Red leaps onto one of the nearest branches instead, knife out and ready for some kind of attack as she continues following Marcus until he reaches the cabin.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
<i>Red silently follows Marcus into the city, looking around at the influx of bright lights and buildings. Something she was used to at least. The woman follows him for a moment, looking up and around nervously. She'd been in cities many times before, yet couldn't shake the feeling that they might be ambushed at any second. As far as Red could recall she'd never liked being on the ground. Red looks for a relatively clear side of a building before whispering to Marcus</i> &quot;I'll be your shadow.&quot; <i>before running off to scale one of the lower buildings and get to rooftop level. She'd still follow Marcus silently of course, but she wasn't comfortable being on the ground. If following from a distance like this was impossible, then the woman simply follows behind, stilling her breath and making deliberate, graceful movements to be as difficult to notice as she could. All the while looking upwards, nerves on edge and ready for any sudden movements.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
<i>Red follows Marcus along silently for a little while, her eyes darting around rapidly in an attempt to catch every minute detail the pair passes by.</i> &quot;I operate best in urban environments.&quot; <i>Is all she says at first, letting that statement stand for itself. After watching Marcus expectantly for a few seconds Red adds</i> &quot;So I'd rather go to one of those.&quot;
God Complex: Out of Time
&quot;better than here.&quot; <i>Red only gives a brief reply before leaping into the new path with Marcus. She couldn't really use the gate, and it was better to end up anywhere than end up dead after all.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
&quot;T.. Thanks.&quot; <i>Red comments again as she is pulled towards the gate. Now that she can touch it without being pulled aside, Red steps up onto it, letting the gate act as her floor for as long as the pull is going. The woman looks up at the monster, her heightened senses back on full alert... But it wasn't like there was anything she could really do about it. She wasn't much of one for standing her ground, but there also wasn't anywhere to run to at the moment. So... Red takes another look at the creature, before looking back at Marcus as if awaiting orders.</i> &quot;Now?&quot;
The Reiko Airlines: Lasureta II
<i>Red silently leaps onto the spine that had attempted to pierce her, before jumping back off it and further up the tree. That’s all she could really do at the moment anyways, continue climbing at a rate that one might be forgiven for confusing her for a squirrel. Since by now Red has already passed the penetrating branch, she wouldn’t need to pay much attention to the insects. Though she keeps an eye on all dangers, the well-trained and agile Lupo could easily climb up the tree ahead of such small creatures.</i>
God Complex: Out of Time
<i>For a moment Red feels as if she'd been washed away, everything she is and was gone in a moment. Yet it wasn't a strange feeling, no she was certain she'd felt it before. Perhaps multiple times. Yet, as always, something, some piece of her past she'd never forget stirs once more. Red draws her hand away from the gate, deeply disturbed. Though it was only a few seconds, to her it felt like an eternity. Red takes a moment to sort herself out, shaking her head before looking back at Marcus</i> &quot;Thanks... For warning.... What now?&quot; <i>Red readies her daggers in anticipation of the coming darkness, but she wasn't exactly a defender. And even if she were fighting that monster they met earlier head-on seemed like a terrible idea in the first place.</i>

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