Christmas in Paradise Mar 24, 2017 5:46:21 GMT
Post by Alexander Cuvier on Mar 24, 2017 5:46:21 GMT
Tigershark was not a man of patience and explanations. In fact, Kayley had met the slightly improved version of him, where he didn’t fly off the handle quite as often. However, his limit to tolerate her behavior had reached it’s breaking point, especially since he was the one with more experience in fighting here. Clearly making him the superior choice for leadership.
So, that is what he decided to do whether or not Kayley liked it. They both knew he was stronger and faster than her, and at this point he wasn’t exactly the type to care if she got hit with a stray bullet or not. Tigershark grabbed her arm, and forcefully dragged the girl inside the building. Whether she kicked or screamed was not deterring him from this course of action.
Once they were inside, he let go. “Stay there.” He growled at her, search the rooms for anything useful. He did come across a closest of left behind clothes, and at least one pair of pants looked like they might fit. He knew how people tended to feel about nudity, and Kayley had stated it numerous times. He didn’t need to hear it again.
Finding nothing of real value in the back rooms, Tigershark came out to the foyer. “Zat’s za plan, idiot.” Tigershark stated, with a roll of his eyes, obviously responding to her earlier statement. “I know vhat I’m doink, so let me do my job, ja?” He said, not bothering to give her an explanation. Though apparently she needed to be walked through these sorts of steps. He sighed. “Stay away from windows, keep low to the ground and stay under cover.” He stated, pointing to the cabinets in a somewhat kitchen-y area behind them in the building.
Or whatever it was; it had cabinets and cupboards, and more importantly, it had cover. “See if zhere’s a knife or somthink. Zhey probably won’t be comink in here until they see me gone.” Tigershark explained calmly. He wasn’t telling her she was the bait; she’d kick up a storm and they’d be wasting time. He was going to have to go off, double back and hopefully have killed enough of them to not raise too much suspicion.
“Try to not die.” Once he was back, there was going to be only one area that the stragglers were going to head toward, and that was where Kayley was. “Also, zhey’re not gonna kill you on sight. You’re too valuable to zhem; why waste all zat money and effort if zhey’re just gonna murder you.” It was supposed to be comforting.
If they hadn’t already left the island anyway, which would amuse him greatly. Escaping in a boat, with him nearby? He might be generous and let them get a minute’s head start before wrecking them, if they pulled that stunt. He looked back over at Kayley. “Don’t do anythink stupid.” He added, before walking out the back way.
She’d stay put, right? If she didn’t, plan b.
Kayley Ryan our NPC friends can be doing whatever at this point in time, but TS will probably be able to take out a lot of them...