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Timothy considered Anna's argument again. Has it been anyone he respected less he doubted he would have even listened. Her words made sense and she should know mote than anyone how to act under Mr Helsang's roof. He still didn't like it, someway he had to let someone know, at least as a precaution. Maybe he could avoid specifics, generalise the threat. He didn't notice how he was automatically taking the responsibility. He didn't expect the other three to be concerned and Anna had already voiced her opinion. He sighed, nodding his surrender or the semblance of it. Yet he didn't let her have the last say, she deserved to know what he planned to do. It involved all of them according to her "I'm not going to change my mind on this." He continued before she could retaliate. "Before we leave I'm going to tell someone, or leave a message. No specifics about Clive or his suspicions. A general warning to be cautious wouldn't go astray and is better than leaving an illusion that they're safe."

He considered who to actually contact, the members of the group who accompanied him down. If anything, in that trip they had certainly grown to trust each other. Even with no prior history. He was confident that they would listen. Of course the problem was most of them were almost as bad as he was and had no cheats to get them up and running. So far he only knew that Michel was allowed outside the medical wing. Looking around the elder soldier found it odd that he couldn't catch the French boy among the tables. He was rather certain that he had spotted Michel earlier and in fact the table he thought the kid was sitting at had a free seat didn't get missed. Uncertain, Timothy left it for later, he couldn't relax but at least he could try for now.

"Theo, you said something about a board game earlier." Arden glanced from the younger boy next to him to the opposite seat. The offer was directed towards Anna. Though Timothy was in two minds he wouldn't want to intrude. Yet he prefered the option of a board and dice over card games. "I'm not keen on card games, never played them much." He did neglect that this was due to the fact his poker face was quite good, so moat people didn't keep playing with him. The whole reason he didn't want to play was he had spent far too much time being dragged into them during his childhood. Calls or cards, both brought back the none to brilliant reminders of his family.