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- Posted: Thu, 06 Mar 2014 01:03:53 +0000
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Ah, as soon as Saria said 'we need to talk', Fray knew she was going to give her the no-humanity speech. The endless dribble of everyone begging her to turn on her humanity was getting old--and knowing Saria, she wouldn't let up about it. She wasn't one to abandon what she thought was right concerning her friends. "Thank you, Kira," She'd say to the angel. Fray would muse over the topic about to be discussed, exchanging a look with Kai as she exited the lab and followed Saria to the hall closet under the stairs. The look said 'please help me', in a sarcastic manner of course. She didn't need assistance to dodge Saria's attempt, feigning interest as she took the dusty old boxes from the elf and piled them up in the hallway.
"I know it wasn't the best choice to make," Fray said as she began to haul the boxes into the bar, "But perhaps you should see that I'm not trying to hurt anyone, I am protecting myself." And that wasn't a lie.. she'd undoubtedly hurt her friends without trying but that had never been her intention. Her attitude towards the ordeal was careless, though. A simple psychological analysis of the situation would reveal that the longer Fray's humanity was off, the more likely she was not to turn it back on. What did she have to come back to? Jayke's relentless torture. Her psyche was a lot more screwed up than Saria or Mohan could tell (although Kai had been in her head, and perhaps that was why she was more accepting of the issue). That was why she turned into a ticking bomb once she turned.
Once the boxes were in the bar, Fray opened them up and began to search through the documents. "This could take awhile..." She noted, placing several files on the counter so she could pour herself a drink. Humanity talk--it made her want to drink anyway.