Shae had seen it from the corner of her eye, but she had not done anything until she saw it end. It did not frighten her, but it did concern her, she watched him as he fell to his knees, as his body took another form, but only for seconds, perhaps he was fighting it. He looked exausted, as though fighting it took every bit of energy he had left in him, or maybe he was also embarressed or ashamed. Shae didn't think he should be, but she wasn't him, she didn't know what it was like. Shae walked over to him, slowly, not as to be cautious however, but as to not make a big deal out of what happened, but she didn't think that was going to be likely. She slowly got down to her knees, her bare knees on the dry and rather hot dirt, and looked down at the man who on his face looked rather defeated. He was on all fours, his shirt almost completely torn to the point it would just fall off, and the rest of his clothing were in no condition to be worn again. Putting three fingers softly underneath his chin, she lifted his head so she was able to better read his expression, and with this, she put a picture in which she just previously imagined in his head.
A picture of a girl could be seen, she wrapped the man's arm around her shoulder and slowly lifted him upwards so he was able to stand, she seemed to have trouble steadying someone so much larger than she, but proceeded to hold him up anyways, thought quite aimlessly, she walked towards the Counselor Cabins area.
She let her hand fall, and smiled gently. It was then she had the idea that she could lift him not by herself but with telekenises, and she was sure he didn't have a trusty pad of paper to respond to her with, and he was exhausted looking enough, why should she force him to write on a piece of paper. Shae sighed, and moving on her knees positioned herself in such a way she was next to him, and put her hand on his back as to ask if he was hurting or something of the sort, but she was not about to help him up if he didn't want the help in the first place, she knew better. Waiting for him, for some movement or words that she may be able to read, she leaned over just slightly to look for signs of pain.