Okay, so this is where we are now. Alex pointed out on the map, as Cassandra headed over to her. And Im looking here, here, and - well, just those two.
The first place she had pointed to was the nuclear reactor. What a nuclear reactor was doing on such a tiny island like this was a total mystery, but where there was a nuclear reactor, there were a few things she could probably take advantage of. Unlike a communications tower, removing everything she could use from the building wouldve been a lot harder, if not out and out impossible. Unfortunately, her knowledge of nuclear physics was fuck-all, but she didnt need to know anything about the science to get what she had planned done.
The second place was, unlike the nuclear reactor, much larger, and located outdoors. It would basically be the alternative setting of her first plan, except a lot more risky to take advantage of it. The good news was that, unlike anywhere else on the island, the terrorists had absolutely no fucking way of screwing up this plan. Hell, she could see what she needed out through the communication towers window.
So, yeah, thats where Im going. Unless you want to sit here and wait for inevitable deaths, you should come with. She said as she gathered up her map, barely even weaving more than a basic sarcastic tone in to her words. She was too focused on her full-proof escape plan to be bitter to Cassandra at the moment, and as that previous encounter had demonstrated, she at least helped in getting rid of people, if not getting shot instead of her. Whether Cassandra actually wanted to follow her, or was just going to wallow in her own hypocritical negativity, was up to her.
As she headed to the control towers door, she dug her arm into her own backpack to make sure she still had the key part of the whole scheme. As if her luck couldnt keep improving in the middle of a kidnapping/murder, both it and her pack of Marlboros were still stored in the bag. It would be a gift from the terrorist bastards that theyd definitely regret giving her.
((Alex King continued in Now I'm radiocative! That can't be good!