Amber paused, watching as he was suddenly gone, then looking down where he had said the classroom was. Monsters. Did that mean everyone else was...inhuman, too? Everyone but her, it seemed. She she shook her head, walking towards the classroom he had pointed out. Maybe she wouldn't talk to anyone...maybe she wouldn't stay. But, at the same time, her parents weren't going to believe her about something like this, and wouldn't approve of her deciding she wasn't going to go to school. She hesitated outside the door, then sighed and walked into the room. She glanced around, taking note of where they had sat down and sitting a ways away from them; close to the wall, towards the back. She didn't need someone she knew to be something of a danger sneaking up on her. But the fact that she had made herself look like a fool before...it didn't matter now, not compared to the fact that there was at least one vampire in the same room, and who knew what else. She started writing, glancing around the classroom every now and then uneasily. Who else did she need to watch out for? She only knew she had to try to avoid the vampire that had bitten her as best as she could. She wasn't able to write much, though; as soon as the shock and fear had started to fade, she started to feel tired. She wasn't used to losing so much blood. She folded her arms on the table, laying her head on them. Maybe she'd try to sneak a nap in before class actually started.