Laurel gives her a thumbs up over her shoulder. Good to hear.
“Ah yes hello.” It was the voice that came from the robots and the ship they were at before.
‘‘As yes. This is lame. I expected something a little more dramatic’’
You said it, Laurel thinks, though she doesn’t feel the need to add anything aloud.
“Ouch, you heart my tender heart.” She said in a jokingly, dramatic way.
“I’m sure you’ll learn to forgive us,” Laurel quips. “Are we on phase 2 or did we win?”
“Nope you two have passed.” She checks the robot .
OOC: Is the teacher actually standing there with them? I got the impression her voice was just coming from the robot again.
IC: “Yippee,” Laurel says, notably lacking the enthusiasm the word should normally convey.
OOC: No she is with them, I’m sorry if I didn’t make that clear.
IC: “Hmm, it doesn’t seem to have any scratches, but…” She sniffs the robot, “it has a funky smell to it.”
“Might it have something to do with crashing, being in a forest, or being inside a Grimm?” Laurel asks innocently.
“Hmm, I would be, being inside of a Grimm, but this is great for research!” She exclaimed
Terin sat in his seat, watching the screen and trying to imagine what is going on out there.
Laurel shrugs. “What now?”
At least we didn’t get hit by deathpacito. Discord shrugs “Chill and wait.”
“You two can go and sit with the others who have completed the test, down there.” She pointed down the hall.
There were a group of five dots together.
He wondered what that meant aside from five signals being that close to each other.
“What is it?” Kuro asked.
“There are five signals in close proximity to each other; could be entrants working together or robots that got put there.” He says.
Kuro looks closely, “I think that’s us?”
Terin decides to test that theory and walks around.