((Saachi Nidal continued from Honey Badger Don't Care!
Saachi regretted quite a few things. Firstly, she regretted losing Nina back when they were at the salon. After running away from Sissy and Norma, she didn't even think about which way Nina went. This meant that she just had to wonder around on her own. That lead to the next thing she was regretting. The fact that she was wearing a summer dress and wedges.
If she knew she was going to be abducted, she would've had the foresight to wear a coat or something warmer. Unfortunately, she did not have this foresight. This meant that running around outside in the winter weather was less than comforting. She could feel the cold slowly affecting her as she travelled, the jumper she was wearing providing some warmth that she desperately needed. She had not checked her bag for other clothes yet. She had spent most of her time just wandering around, looking for Nina or someone else.
Her travels took her to an open area and Saachi distinctly heard the sound of voices. She swear the voices she heard were somewhat familiar, so she couldn't help but travel closer to them. Her feet drifted across the snowy fields, the wedges meaning that most of here feet didn't get swallowed by the snow that was layering the floor.
When she was a little closer to the group, she found a bush that was sufficiently covered in snow and ducked behind it. She wasn't sure if the others had seen her yet, but she didn't want to approach them without having some knowledge of what was going on. Once she got herself comfortable, she slowly peeked around the corner.
She saw two people with silver bandannas, one of them being very familiar to her. Bunny. Saachi knew Bunny was a fan of SOTF: TV, something that would normally make her judge a person very harshly. At the same time though, she was someone that back at home, Saachi was able to feel somewhat comfortable in confiding. If she was hear, that meant that somewhere down the line, she would need to get her out of the way. She wasn't really sure if she was comfortable doing that.
What made it worse was that her ally had a gun. She didn't know specifically who he was as he was facing away from her, but the kid had a gun. Saachi groaned to herself, bemoaning the fact that she not only had useless weapons, but she had to drop them in order to get away from a girl with a spear and whatever the hell Sissy had. She couldn't help but be bitter about not getting a better weapon. Why the hell did she have to get screwed over.
The other guy though was someone Saachi vaguely recognized from Whittree. His name was Forest or something and she knew he was in a lot of sporting clubs, something which she never really got into. When looking at Forest, she saw his armband and the tacky green color that stood out against the bleak background.
She smiled to herself. Perfect, she found an ally. However, he was with two potential enemies, one of which having a very important and powerful weapon. For that reason, Saachi stayed behind the bush, trying to think about how she should approach the situation.