It was obvious that Yu was not herself at this moment, well more so she wasn’t the person she was trying to be. She felt herself shrinking more and more in the little fetal position she had put herself in. Her mind was swirling with all the things she hadn’t done, all the time she hadn’t seen her brother. It was the only time she was happy, why did he have to leave? Though she was spiraling into an unending pit of depression and regret, she had managed to hear a rather quiet voice throughout her sobs.
Confusion and anger mixed as she quickly looked up about to hurt someone. Too much of her surprise, that person was knelt in front of her looking at her. Her eyes widened as he mentioned the incident in the square. Oh god, he was mad too. She was just-
Her hands clenched on her legs, as he quickly seemed to change the subject with a quick frown and sigh. It was obvious he didn’t know what he was doing, and that wasn’t exactly a bad thing but she wasn’t exactly going to make this easy on the person. “Ya, we feel pain in this death game, what of it?” she snapped quickly and buried her face back against her knees.
‘Could this get any worse? I joined this game to find Alex, I thought if I picked a character that was so close to her he would notice, but now I’m trapped here. Everything going to hell, I’m going to die and now this damned… damned…’
Her mind spun. What was the word she wanted to call him? She couldn’t think of one. Angry with herself she looked up, the tears beginning to dry now as she gave him a full out glare. “Give me your name so I can at least mentally insult you!” her voice was strained but it seemed her depression was just being replaced by anger and confusion, which to an extent was better.