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21 October 2006 @ 04:41 pm
 
((Sorry, been busy with church and school and stuff. I'm ready to go now. ^^; I hope this post is okay...))

Rouge looked over to Blaze, who had just mumbled some words. She was lying on a small cot inside one of Rouge's many hideaways.

"Shh, don't talk," Rouge said to her. She went to her small, old fashioned cook stove, took a teapot off of it, and poured some of the liquid into a mug. She walked back to Blaze, helped her sit up, and handed her the mug. "Drink that," Rouge told her. "It's gonna taste bad, but it'll help you regain your strength."

Rouge walked over to the table holding the strange device Sonic and his crew had brought to her. They had inquired if she could interpret anything from it or if she knew anyone who could possibly know what this is. She tapped and poked it, then turned to the group.

"We should take it to Wave," she said. "She might know something about this." A sudden sharp, cold breeze blew the window open, thus making everyone inside the small, secluded shack shiver. Rouge sighed and walked to the window to close and bolt it. She mumbled to herself under her breath about rainy weather being unpredictable. She turned back to the others. "Well...?"
 
 
 
wolfie_kaynine: sonic mod postwolfie_kaynine on October 21st, 2006 05:37 pm (UTC)
yay, you posted. 1 thing you must do in the future, you must put the character your playing name at the beginning of the post in caps :)
blazeburns on November 8th, 2006 12:55 am (UTC)
Late reply!
BLAZE

The purple feline took a sip of the liquid, trying to stop herself from making a face. She winced, but managed to keep most of her disgust in. After all, Rouge was trying to help her and it wouldn't be polite to be too blatant in her revulsion of this home-brewed medicine.

"Well...it seems like that would be the best choice," said Blaze. At one point, she would have volunteered to go herself. Even though this world was not her own, and was therefore somewhat unfamiliar. "It might explain how I got back here, too."