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Evie River

"Well this 'otter' be good."

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a character in “Hybrid Escape”, as played by comicbooklover

Description

Evangeline "Evie" River

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Age: 15
Gender: Female
Species:Lutra Canadensis AKA River Otter
*Weapon:* Besides her tail and claws, nada.
Height: 5'0"
Weight: 103
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Appearance: Evie is a very small girl who looks almost human except the fact she has an otter tail and ears (Which I couldn't find any pictures of, so just imagine. ;D) She always has her hair over her ears, because she often feels a bit weird about being a hybrid. She always seems to have a smile on her face and enjoys holding hands, which she is found doing often. She has medium length brown hair and brown eyes to match. Her eyes are often filled with wonder, always seeming curious about the world, which she is.
Evie is very thin and often seems cute and cuddly, like an otter. She always seems wet because she can't seem to stay away from water. She often keeps her tail curled around her. Because of her tail, she has to usually cut holes in her pants so it isn't smashed in there. (Rest assured, you can not see anything else but tail through that hole...) Evie has 6 teeth that go straight across her mouth on the top and bottom and at the end of those six are two fangs. Even though this weirds her out, she still smiles a lot.
Evie hates to get all dressed up, so you'll usually find her in jean shorts and a tee shirt. She can occasionally put on a nicer shirt and hair-tie if she has to look nice, but she doesn't dress like this unless she has too.




Personality: Evie is very energetic, always seeming very positive about everything. She refuses to think that all humans are bad, despite all they have done to hybrids. She is also very curious, always having questions about everything, but usually taking initiative to find out herself. Her curiosity can get her into some trouble sometimes, but it's like she never learns. Evie is easily distracted by many other things, but when she truly sets her mind to something, she'll be dedicated until she finishes it. Evie is very smart, friendly, and outgoing. Anyone who meets her is almost sucked into her charm, but can find her a bit troublesome once they get to know her. Evie is always self conscious and feels awkward about being a hybrid, but she sometimes embraces it. Evie is not known to take a leadership role, because she isn't mature enough for that, neither would she enjoy bossing people around. She'd rather be apart of the following group. Evie is a very cuddly girl and enjoys to be hugged and give hugs. She always feels compelled to hold someones hand while she sleeps, because otters do so in order that they don't get lost. But, she has had to learn that she really can't do that, but this often leads to night terrors that she's floating in the ocean, miles from shore... Evie also loves swimming. (Lol, I like how I got into that one). She is an amazing swimmer and could spend hours in the water if she was only allowed.

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*Likes:*
-Swimming -Chocolate -Candy -Seeing new things -Cuddling -Laughing -Making Jokes
-Water -Rain -The Color Brown -Sushi -Friends -Wearing Mittens
*Dislikes:*
-Getting hiccups -Being alone -Animal abuse -Grumpiness -Danger -Crying -Sadness
Flaws:
Evie sometimes appears needy to others because of her ottery cuddly-ness, but she can fend for herself. Evie has whiskers, but she plucks them every time they grow back. Because of being half otter, she has some... different... viewpoints of the world, like how she thinks people should live in water, since the earth is largely made up of it. She thinks sushi should be sold everywhere, since she won't eat anything but small/slow moving fish or sea animals. Evie doesn't use a plate often, she usually sets her food on her stomach.
Talents:
Evie is an amazing fisher, although sometimes she catches fish with her bare hands and claws, which is a bit weird. She is good at making friends. She can open things in strange ways, often involving pounding things against a rock. Evie can stay under water a lot longer than any average human, sometimes holding her breath for up to 20 minutes underwater. No, a river otter can't do this, but her skills are amplified. Evie can open her eyes underwater, even in chlorine, without them getting irritated.
Fears:
-Getting lost -Failure -Nightmares -Dying on Land -Being abandoned



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Bio: Evie spent most of her time swimming when she could. Doctor Warren wasn't truly horrible to the hybrids, so she enjoyed her time there, mainly because he let her do "ottery" things. When the agents came, she stayed cooped up a lot, but when they trained her she was forced to use her claws and teeth more, but her powerful tail was not forgotten either. She was apart of the 50% that passed.




Other: Fuffi!!!! :)
Sample Post: Evie raced through the frigid water, a hungry shark at her heels. This sort of training was normal for her. A test of her speed against a hungry predator. Around her neck was a shock collar that would electrocute her if she tried to get out of the water before her time with the shark was up. The shark made a bite for her foot, so she swerved under the shark and escaped that way. Just as the shark turned, she heard the buzzed go off signaling that she could get out of the water. But unlike most times, the shark didn't seem to want to stop. He wasn't forced back into his cage, like usual. He just kept coming. Evie got the feeling they were trying to get her out of the water.

Evie kept swimming. She had about ten minutes before she really needed to come up for air. She'd be ok... But, suddenly a splash came from nearby. A diver stared at her, in his hands many ropes knotted together as a net. Relief flooded her. The shark just wasn't obeying. They were going to round him up. But as the shark swam towards the diver and he shooed him back into his cage, he didn't the net at all. Evie realized the net was for her.

In fear, she leaped out of the water and began to run to the door, the diver quickly following. She yanked on the knob, but it was locked. She clawed at the door, hoping someone would come to her rescue. But no one came.

Thud.

Something his her back and her ears shot up. Reality seemed to be slipping away, fading darker and darker until the whole world was swallowed up by black.

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So begins...

Evie River's Story

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Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao

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7:30 am

Amur

The first thing she heard was, well nothing actually. But if she focused hard enough she could just barely make out the sounds of people talking amongst themselves. Soon she wished she didn’t as it seemed their voices went in her direction with may have sounded like curiosity, but that could have just been the 5 inch glass screwing with her hearing.

One golden eye opened just enough to look around at her surroundings and get her bearings. However the scientist noticed this and scurried over to her like some children at a party when the big entertainment came. great just great what the hell are they gonna do with me now? a low growl escaped her throat. When three of the labcoats got close enough she lashed out at the glass that separated the two from each other. Amur’s sharp claws barely made a scratch on its surface but it sure as hell scared the lab coats.

Unfortunately Amur’s triumph was short-lived when an electric shock went through her body. She let out a yowl of surprise as she was used to this level of pain. The lab coats laughed at her, one pointed his pen at her and nodded at the other two before he began to write down some stuff. This enraged Amur, with ears pulled back she got close to the glass and snarled at them. “Oi what they hell is he writing there? Dammit answer me you pieces of trash!” this only earned another electric shock; it hurt more than the last.

The lad coats laughed at her and went on their merry way to the next capsule. That’s when it hit her, Amur for the first time since waking took note of her surroundings. She was inside a capsule with white steely walls and a glass front. There were small barely noticeable openings in the corners of her capsule, a speaker system or is that for when they get tired of me and want to take the easy way out. looking past her capsule Amur noticed she was part of a metal corridor capsules lined the walls. And within each one held a hybrid; most she recognized some she didn’t. “What the hell! They’ve never put so many hybrids in one room before . . . unless they plan to have us enter a death match or is this where they will finally be disposing of us?” Amur growled and leaned back in her capsule, closing her eyes for a moment until something happened.

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Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao

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Donovan groaned and rolled onto his side. His wings ached because he had been laying on them. Not on purpose of course, but the idiot scientists had put him like that. He opened his onyx eyes and sat up. Slowly stretching his wings out as much as he could in the small space. He examined his surroundings to see that he was in some sort of capsule. Look past the capsule he could see more of them, each one had another mutant in it.

Some scientists came up to him, the look in their eyes made Donovan nervous. His raptor vision allowed him to see every little detail on them, he could literally see every pore on their faces. After a moment he turned away, ignoring them. He flapped his wings a few times to make sure they weren't stiff from being stuck in an awkward position for so long. Then he began preening them, checking the feathers carefully to see if any were broken. "So, can I ask where I am or will that earn me some pain?" He turned his attention back to the scientists. "You can ask, but I won't tell you." One of the scientists replied.

Donovan plucked a broken feather out of his right wing and twirled it in his fingers. "Fair enough." The scientists wrote something down on a clipboard and walked away. As they left Donovan caught a glance at what they had written. Subject #463 is responding well to the change in enviroment. His behavior pattern is normal. A positive sign that shows he can adapt quickly.

He folded his wings against his back and move close to the wall. He knocked on it in a certain pattern that he and some other mutants came up with. Like a code or something. He hoped that the person next to him recognized it and responded, atleast he would know if they were safe or not.

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Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao

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7:34

Belphegor woke up without much visible changes. His eyes were hidden under his bangs and most of his body was hidden under thick tentacles. His tentacles didn't move, seeing as they hadn't been given a command. He opened his eyes and was met with a black mass of tentacles in front of him,

He, when he was made unconscious at the facility, hadn't been able to direct some of the blood from his tentacles to his body, effectively letting his tentacles be at full capacity while he was transported to the capsule. He moved his tentacles out of his way and noticed the glass and what was through it.

He was confused for a second, but he quickly analyzed his surroundings and the situation. He had been made unconscious, taken to what appeared to be a capsule, and put into a room with other mutants in it. He was luckily still wearing the same clothes he had on during the 'incident' in his facility room. This was good, seeing as he had 'borrowed' money stitched onto his clothes.

The scientists noticed his lucidity, and walked over to his capsule. "Great," He said this while smiling the same smile had most of the time. He waved lazily at them, pretending to be groggy. He wasn't going to do anything rash, and risk getting hurt. From the sick smile on their faces, he presumed that they were most likely going to terminate him or send him on a mission requiring multiple mutants. "What sort of mission will this be?" He wasn't asking this for an answer, he was asking this so he could study the faces on the scientists. Even if he did get an answer, he most likely wouldn't have heard it.

They were trained against questions like this, and he guessed this when their faces didn't change. He looked around at the other capsules and noticed a familiar faces. He hoped whatever was happening wouldn't be too straining.

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Character Portrait: Kuma Snow Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao

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7:35

Small brown eyes fluttered open, and quickly squeezed back shut due to the brightness that they were not prepared for. Slowly, the eyes reopened, now curious about what was going on. Evie's ears perked up as she sat up, coming face to face with glass. She was in some sort of cage- a capsule maybe. Fear was her first reaction. What had she done to displease whoever had placed her in this strange place? But, Evie knew the answer. Although she was innocent, she was not daft. They put her in this place because she was different.

Evie soon realized she was fogging up the glass so she drew a smiley face in the condensation before wiping it away and peering out. To her surprise she saw tons of other capsules filled with all sorts of other hybrids, some in a deep sleep and others looking terrified and confused. Her eyes wondered, peering at every one of them that she could view. Suddenly, she could smell a human approaching and she scooted back as far as she could in the cramped space. A man, scientist she presumed from the lab coat he was wearing, walked towards her and kneeled down to appeal to her sitting position.

"What are you planning to do to us?" she asked, curiosity evident in every word. The scientist smiled and just scribbled down words on a clipboard holding some pieces of paper that were not stacked neatly at all. "Hello?" she said, her voice sounding much meeker, but not a tad less curious. She soon began to get frustrated and stood up and took a step toward the glass. Her lips folded back just a tad revealing her long fangs as she mustered up the most menacing hiss she could possibly let out. The scientist laughed! Evie was appalled.

Then, the scientist just walked away, leaving Evie alone. That is when she began to become afraid. They were going to kill her, and every other hybrid in the room. She knew it. So, she sat down and curled her tail around her body, sliding to the back of the room until she hit the wall sending a big "Thump!" echoing through her capsule. She turned herself around, facing the back now, and tried to peer out, but couldn't see any other hybrid. She expected herself to cry, because even at her age she was scared and felt small in all of this. But, to her surprise, tears didn't come. So, she just sat, curled up in her tail, waiting.

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Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao Character Portrait: Bruce Dracnitch

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#, as written by Layla

"Ah, push it - push it good. Ah, push it - p-push it real good. Hey! Ow! Push it good!"

Cadence's eyes fluttered beneath her closed eyelids as she fumbled for her alarm. Ever since her trainers left their human music unattended, she'd been rather obsessed with them. Salt 'n' Peppa were her current favourites. She slapped her palm down to decapitate her clock but instead hit air. The momentum of her swing threw her over the metal slab of a bed she'd been on and onto the floor.

"Ow!" she yelped when her body slammed into the floor. Her gold and ruby eyes jerked wide at the impact, her pupils narrowing into points at the sudden flood of light.

"Sub... 95...egained consciousness," said a muffled, monotonous voice from the other side of the glass. Cadence swung into a sitting position, her eyes whizzing wildly around. Where the hell was she? Had she failed the mission? Had she been captured by the enemy? "It ap... displ...igns of anxiety...confusion."

"Way to state the obvious, radish man," she said, eyeing the ugly ivory lab coat. The man showed no sign of having heard her, save a slight twitching of his left eyebrow.

"It displays...lack...f respect for superiori..." he continued to say as he scribbled in his little notebook. "It is...arcastic...pr...entious...outspoke...mis....ed intel...gence."

"Nice to meet you too." Cadence rolled her eyes.

"It....acquainted with human etiquette."

"You, on the other hand..." the lioness grumbled.

Mr. Radish Lab coat lifted his gaze for the first time then, the first sure sign of acknowledgement but just as quickly as he flicked his gaze towards her, he dropped them back down to scribble a single word silently into his book.

"What's your name?" Cadence asked to be met with silence. "C'mon, what can I do? You're on the other side of the glass which, you know, is like 5 inches thick - a bit of an overkill, don't you think? - and I'm here." She gestured around the room to emphasise her being trapped and showed her palms, followed by a dazzling flash of her blindingly white teeth in a heart-warming smile. "If you want my cooperation, we should start with polite introductions."

"Hilshire." he said abruptly, lifting his spectacles with his middle finger - a subtle insult?

"First name?" Cadence asked.

"Unnece...ary," came the cold reply.

"Okay, Unnecessary Hilshire," she chirped, her grin widening. How stupid were they, not chaining her to the metal slab. She inched closer to the glass, slowly, but even that resulted in a glare from Unnecessary Hilshire. She caught a glimpse of his notebook.

"Subject #95 bears no physical resemblance to her feline mutation, indicating it might be a failed experiment and previous documentation was inaccurate. It does, however, have unusual, incandescent and luminescent gold irises that are larger than an ordinary human's, an indicator superior night vision. It has remarkable hearing, not dissimilar from the..." Move your hand, she thought furiously, trying to get a better look. She couldn't see the words between that and, "...captured it."

But huh, she snorted. They didn't think she was an animal? She'd set that myth to rest.

"...eyes...bears resemblance...Evere..." she glimpsed on the page.

EVERETT?!?!?

Her jaw dropped. Did they just say she looked like Everett? The dog? Hohoho, no they didn't. She was going to-

Thump. Thump.

Her eyes widened briefly from surprise before she quickly set her face back to its previous cocky grin. She felt her heart flutter in her chest, hope blossoming in her stomach like melted chocolate with steak. Was it him? Was it her Donovan? They'd come up with the hybrid code along with the others all those years ago but she knew Donovan's knock. His beautiful, beautiful knock. Was she hearing things?

"Don't mind me," she told Unnecessary Hilshire before pulling her arm back. "I'm just testing the glass. Do not be alarmed," she said, lowering her voice in a mocking imitation of lab coat man's. She pounded her fist into the glass, to which Hilshire didn't even flinch. He must've had a world of self-control, was stupid or held a lot of faith for a piece of glass.

Th-thump. Thump. Thump. T-th-th-thump? Thum-thump? Thump. Thump thump. Thump. Thumthumthumthum THUMP.

Finally, she stopped banging on the glass, held her hands in front of her and smiled demurely. Surely they would still remember how to read a hybrid knocking sentence, right? Right? Of course. She told them they'd need it one day. They'd better. She'd hit the code for "Sup, guise. How are you? Pretty good? Yeah, me too. Does anybody have any food? Golden trio! Btdubs, Donovan, I <3 u, baby."

"You may address me as 'your grace,' 'my lady' or 'dearest Queen,'" Cadence said with a bright smile.

Hilshire narrowed his eyes at his notebook before mumbling and scribbling, "...narcissist."

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Character Portrait: Kuma Snow Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao Character Portrait: Bruce Dracnitch

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7:38

Inside one of the capsules in the laboratory lye Minka, her mind stability was tranquil and serene. Slowly opening her warm colored eyes as if she had just woken up from hibernation, still drowsy from the dart that had shot her earlier Minka had no clue what was going on. The blurry sight couldn't help her put the puzzle pieces together, placing her hands over her eyes waiting for a couple of moments to stabilize her mind, she slowly detached her fingers apart and peaked through with one of her eyes.

She was locked up into a capsule, Minka was on the urge to start a panic attack. Her eyes moved from left to right trying to find a way to escape, she was once again held in captivity but in a smaller environment. Minka started to bang the walls of the capsule on both sides with each hand, causing one of the scientists to rush down and check up on her. "I see that the Vulpini has awaken." said the scientist who came to inspect the subject. Minka's pupils widened into the size of black holes. She was terrified at this point, it was both a stranger and a human who happened to be a scientist. The Vulpini's natural extincts pushed in and caused Minka to turn around and hide her face, being terrified and shy around humans and those who she was unfamiliar with.

The scientist rolled his eyes and laid out a sigh, Minka could barely hear the man's frustration with her strong senses through the sound proof walls.The scientist began to write, whilst Minka was was still in hiding. He wrote down on his sheet "Subject #9881 's animal instincts are showing, fox personality are expressed. Still need to add on more information." Minka had no desire to turn around until the scientist left, after a while the man walked away, Minka slowly turned around and peaked her head through the glass window.

One of her scruffy ears raised up as the other one dropped down, the situation was pretty sketch in Minka's perspective. Shockingly there were hybrids just like her in the room, never during her existence has she seen so many hybrids in one place . Concerned about others and herselft, Minka started to ponder so many questions in her mind. "Why am I here?", "Will I die?", "Am I going to be hurt?", "Who is everyone?", "Why are we here?" .... At this point Minka was very puzzled with this siting. Suddenly the fox decided to look better through the glass, she noticed that some of these hybrids were familiar from her past..But she decided to not try and communicate with them thinking she would get in trouble.

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Character Portrait: Kuma Snow Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao Character Portrait: Bruce Dracnitch

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Crozu
"So my world is confined to this." Crozu says trying to take in his surrounding with echolocation. With a sigh, Crozu reaches up and grabs the bandages covering his eyes. With one sharp tug Crozu tears the bandages away from his eyes to reveal a pane of glass, and beyond that the colours mix together to form a indistinguishable mess. "Great I got a coffin with a view" Crozu mutters sarcastically. Then Crozu realize he can't hear anything, it is just him all alone in a blurry coffin an starts mumbling to himself "it will be ok sound will come it will."

A quiet thumping noise starts echoing in Crozu's ear slowly getting louder, well my hearts had it Crozu thinks to himself. Suddenly a a revelation comes to him.... that's not my heart. "Seems to be coming from multiple areas around him either they are trying to drive me insane, or there are other hybrids trying to communicate." Crozu mutters to himself thinking the quiet was messing with him more then the noise. Slowly he relax's to the rhythmic thumping, and drifts off to sleep.

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Character Portrait: Kuma Snow Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao

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7:45 AM - Kantses' Capsule

Consciousness, like a slap to the face, woke him with a start. He bolted upright into a sitting position as his surroundings came into focus, a small circular room, slightly longer than him in diameter and clear from floor to ceiling on one side. There was a small grille in the roof above him, too small for his fingers but large enough to recycle the air or fill the room with gas. He wants to claw at that tiny hole in the roof, wants to tear it open and slither out into the lab he can see beyond the glass of his cell. But he doesn't. He just sits there, propped up on his arms, watching a room full of dead men in white coats scurry about with notepads and clipboards and all other manner of inane laboratory equipment.

One of them, seeing him sitting up, grabs a nearby clipboard and walks over to stand in front of his window. Kantse tilts his head to the side ever so slightly, belying the fact that his entire body is screaming at him to get out. The man obviously took this as his cue to start writing, documenting his observations and speculations and, apparently, reciting them as well.

"Subject is conscious and appears lucid, maintaining a remarkable state of calm considering the subjects' previously demonstrated dislike for small spaces." His voice was muted but clear, allowing Kantse to understand him through a combination of his superior hearing and lip-reading.

"Subject also appears to be unconcerned with his current situation, or is so confident he can escape at any time that he is content to wait, for now. This may be because of some as yet unknown ability he has, or perhaps just another case of his grasp exceeding his reach."

Kantse narrowed his eyes at this, fixing the image of the man in his mind so that he would remember to make him eat his words later. The man seemed not to notice his piercing stare though and simply walked off to do some other obscure task elsewhere. Seeing that no one was paying him any mind Kantse lazily rose to his feet, like a marionette to a skilled puppeteer, and stood barely away from the glass, peering out and around the room. He saw that it was filled with cells similar to his and that they each contained a single occupant, most of whom were from his past, Hybrids that he trained and grew up with.

"Well now" he said "I'm sure you're wondering why you're all gathered here today..."

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Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River

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"ACHOOOO!"

Evie's sneeze echoed through the cell, capsule, whatever you call it. It seemed to almost bounce off the glass and come back to her. Even a few scientists were startled by the sudden noise, which made her wonder if the glass was soundproof on the outside too or if it was one way. She sniffled, her nose beginning to run. It could have been the fact her cell was freezing cold, but Evie had been in quite more frigid waters. Why would this bother her?

She stood up, her legs getting cramped from her fetal position in the back of the capsule. She stretched, trying to make the aching in her limbs go away. She was quite nervous, eyeing scientists as they marched by. To make it even worse, she swore that she could taste Sushi, setting a craving in. She really wanted sea food.

Suddenly, Evie saw panicked looks on scientists face as they rushed past her cell to one further down. Some sort of chaos was erupting. She could hear their feet pounding even through the soundproof glass. And suddenly, shouts erupted down the hall, causing Evie to hurry to the front of her cell and peer out the glass, trying to see what was going on, although she couldn't.

Soon, a scientist walked by with a small boy hybrid, the first time she had seen a hybrid out of their "cages". And he was being taken towards the ruckus, where the shouts became louder.

But, she soon recognized a voice from down the hall. Cadence- she believed that was the name anyway. She was a hybrid from her childhood, which seemed like eons ago. The Golden Trio, was that the correct name for what her, Cadence, and another hybrid by the name of Minka? Evie believed so. She couldn't help but smirk, for she had been so young. The Trio's goal was to protect hybrids. They had acted as if they were superheroes, and maybe Evie had even believed she was at the time, but now it just made her chuckle.

What irked her was why Cadence was screaming. She sounded as if she had spotted bloody murder. Had something horribly awful happened? The otter crossed her arms and began to gnaw on her lip, then tapped in a hybrid code that the hybrids used among themselves. Evie only knew a few words, but it was enough to write: What's going on? I can't see. Once she finished, she laid down on the floor and just stared up at the ceiling, letting boredom and curiosity engulf her.

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Character Portrait: Kuma Snow Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River Character Portrait: Crozu Gold Character Portrait: Kantse Rytnao Character Portrait: Bruce Dracnitch Character Portrait: Hayden Ashford

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Amur

She snorted at Bleu’s attempted at breaking free which ended in knock-out gas. you idiot and to think I’m related to you by feline DNA. But it was worth it I guess huh Bleu, at least now I know not to attempt a jailbreak. Everett like her was furious with how the scientists were treating her and was glad she wasn’t the only one even if she shared the feeling with a dog.

Then the dumbest thing happened involving her other relative via DNA, the self-proclaimed leader of the hybrids. great just great another idiot that I’m related too the girl then began to struggle for breathe, eyes rolling to the back of her head. Even to Amur it was pretty convincing but not really smart girl but let’s see how far it’ll get her. A smile crept on her lips revealing large canines that could rip out a man’s throat if she tried. The medics came rushing in trying to figure out what was going on with one of their prized hybrids, one of them went to check her pulse and that’s when Cadence broke the bluff.

Soon enough a fight ensued Cadence was obviously getting the upper hand when she grabbed one of the labcoats. The guards came rushing in and Amur assumed Cadence had said a warning for her hostage. However things took a turn of events when something rather peculiar came about in the form of a small, frail boy, one she did not recognize. The look on Cadence’s face was all Amur needed to know about the situation “ well there goes any chance of getting out here and all thanks to my relatives fear of whatever DNA that boy holds, just great.” Once the labcoats locked the two together; Cadence was already having a breakdown while the boy looked to be getting scared as well.

With a shake of her head and the rolling of gold eyes Amur looked away from the shaming scene. The young woman leaned back into her capsule and decided to take a small nap at which didn’t last very long.

8:30
Suddenly sirens were blaring while red lights flashed in sync of the noise. Amur jumped awake at the sudden sound covering her ears, her eyes darting back and forth watching the labcoats scurry about in a mad frenzy. Her eyes caught movement and that’s when she saw it, a silhouette of a man she presumed pulling down a lever of some sort. Looking closer she realized there were words above the lever that read Capsule Release Amur pressed herself against the glass wall and began to slam her fists against it. However the scene changed from flashing red to pale blue and streaking white clouds. well would you look at that the sky which means lovely old land is going to greet me in just a few Amur didn’t have much time to think and so she prepared herself for the inevitable crash landings by ramming herself against one side of her capsule. The earth rushed to meet her and everything went black.

Amur woke up to a searing pain at the back of her head, reaching back cautiously Amur felt around her head but pulled back soon after the pain sharpened to the point she saw colors. “great jus great” her eyes widened a bit at the sight of blood dripping down her arm, “even better”a hint of sarcasm in her voice. Soon the sounds of the outside world reached her ears and she began to move about trying to sit back up. Amur took it slow to avoid any further dizziness but she met some difficulty in getting herself out due to her arm. After a few more attempts Amur finally managed to get out of her capsule and was astounded by the amount of damage the capsule had made in its wake. Looking about Amur saw that she wasn’t the only one who crash landed and woken up. A few other hybrids have left their capsules that were either somewhat intact or in little more than pieces.

Kuma Snow

"Are you sure we are safe" one of the scientist asked David. "It’s perfectly safe so don’t worry, you could be screaming in her ear and she wouldn’t wake up" he said confidently. "Well you’re not the one in the same room as her officer David" the scientist snapped at him. "Well that much is true but it wouldn’t really matter she could easily break through the two-way mirror, so in the end I’m in just about the same amount of danger as you ". Calmly David entered the room and screamed in Kuma’s ear just to prove his point. "See nothing" chuckling a bit David left the room. And it was true Kuma was still asleep but it was reaching the time that she will wake up. Suddenly red lights began flashing and along came the sirens blaring.
The already nervous scientist began to panic and quickly left the room "What’s going on? Why are the alarms going off?” Kuma opened her eyes just enough to see what was going on. She was in a white room with a scientist, who was panicking. strange why is he panicking? Is it me that he's scared of, no otherwise he wouldn’t be in the same room as me . She closed her eyes again and reopened them noticing the flashing red lights and the muffled sirens. She was relieved when the scientist left and tried to move but she still couldn’t. She was drowsy when her eyes caught movement behind what she assumed was a two-way mirror. A strange figure stood watching her when suddenly the very same scientist pulled a lever opening up the floor beneath her.

Dropping her into a tube like structure much too small for her large frame and then she was shot out into the air going up for a bit until gravity decided to enter the equation. Kuma marveled at the clear blue sky and she became aware that she would soon hit the earth. But there wasn’t much she could do she has yet to fully awaken therefore her body was limp for the time being until she woke up.[i]oh well its safer that my body is limp rather than being tense I won’t get hurt much this way.
The capsule finally hit the ground cracking the glass window but otherwise still in one piece. Kuma’s head snapped back hitting something hard and she lay there her breath shallow. She wasn’t sure which took her first, her need to sleep or her conscious drifting away caused by the pain she felt at the back of her head. It didn’t matter as long as she didn’t have to feel the pain and soon she was asleep as the darkness had taken her.

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"Capsule Release."

It was last thing Evie heard before she was plunged into the sky. She would have admired the clouds if she hadn't been yanked up to the ceiling of her capsule, her tail and ears shooting up straight, then shoved back down, gravity greeting her with a face full of floor. Did these things have parachutes? Evie hoped so as she watched her plummet to earth through her window-like walls. She clawed at the glass, but couldn't break though. She quickly curled into a ball, her last hope of bracing for impact.

POW!

Evie gulped, her brown eyes opening as she uncurled. She seemed to be still in one piece, although the ride down was horrible. Glass shards lay over Evie's small body. She sniffed, catching the scent of other hybrids. They all seemed to be alive, she assumed... But she may want to go check just in case...

Crawling out of her capsule, and dusting the glass off of her, Evie noticed her tail bent in a way that it wasn't supposed to bend. She gulped, guessing she'd solve that problem later. She stood up, dragging her tail along behind her. Her eyes widened- ALL of the hybrids had been dropped... and had crashed. Scattered around, fourteen capsules lay smashed in the ground. It was a strange sight, and definitely not a pretty one at that. "Gee-Whiz," she whispered, unable to say anything more. The sight really was breathtaking. Koreans do say sometimes that Otters are bad luck, but Evie couldn't have caused this.

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Her hands began to shake a moment later her whole entire body did the same as well, meaning it was slowly awakening from paralyzation. Minka turned her body around, and there it was a short stature facing Minka with her back. The figure had long,shiny , brown hair with two pointy ears that were trying to come out of hiding, and also a bent tail which recollecting from her past wasn't bent nor shaped the way it was right now. Her eyes widened, her tail started to dance in excitement. Minka knew exactly who it was. Pushing herself off the ground, Minka then slowly walked with a sort of limp towards the figure.

Placing her hand on the back of her shoulder, causing the girl to turn around. Minka grabbed the short figure, giving her a long bear hug. "I thought I'd never see you again." Said the Vulpini hybrid as small amounts of tears ran down her cut cheeks.

Once Minka stopped hugging the Otter hybrid, she caused a small gap between the placing one of her hands on the otter's shoulder as she used the other hand to wipe out the tears. Her deep orange eyes examined the critters face, she has not changed one bit except for growing a few inches and longer hair. A flash back stroke Minka's mind of the time when Evie and herself met for the first time in the SAPH bringing back childhood memories. "I'm-" Said Minka before another flash back interrupted her next sentence, she remembered of her last day at the SAPH when she was drifted apart from the others. The fox hybrid shook her head trying to get the bad images out of her mind. "I'm so relieved so see that you're fine, and that we're finally reunited, again." She said. Minka was so happy at this point her tail was shaking like it had its own mind.

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Character Portrait: Kuma Snow Character Portrait: Donovan Strider Character Portrait: Amur Snow Character Portrait: Minka Dura Character Portrait: Meir Smedley Character Portrait: Bleu Reed Character Portrait: Everett Rudolph Character Portrait: Belphegor Polypus Character Portrait: Cadence Rose Character Portrait: Evie River

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“Hold on a second sweetheart." Sweetheart? Who was he calling sweetheart? A vein might've burst in her head due to her immeasurable stress levels. Did the little punk want to die? She was going to take his handsome, muscular body along with his overgrown head and put him in a bun. His only purpose in life was to entertain her and feed the masses as a gigantic hotdog, what was he- "I need to grab some stuff first.”

Whips and chains was what he was going to get. He might even have a fetish for hard boiled eggs rolling across wooden floors, who knew.

“We’re going to need to make you a splint. I can’t just set the bone and leave it like... this.” Cadence drew a sharp, ragged breath. Splint? Wasn't that what they did when they stuck metal into your bones? He wanted to do that now?

"It's fine I don't need any of that really really really Rudolph it's fine the way it is-" she gushed in one breath.

“I think this stuff should suffice,” Everett muttered to her.

"Hey, you guys okay? Can I do anything to help?”

That voice!

"DONOVAN!!!" she screamed, reaching desperately for her flying hybrid. She would've leapt at him and tackled him with all the love she had but her ankle had numbed all the way to her thigh and she couldn't feel, much less move it. "Donovan, Everett's trying to kill me-"

“I think we’re fine here. But I presume Cadence will want you to stay. I don’t really care which she chooses.”

Donovan and Everett were complete opposites. Where Everett was annoying, Donovan was soothing. Where Everett was a savage dog, Donovan was a beautiful raven. Everett was sarcastic and cruel, Donovan was kind and genuine. Everett made her want to put a bullet in her head or his, Donovan made her want to wear and apron and cook a mayonnaise waffle. Donovan was everything a man should be, a prince, Everett was more of a creepy hermit living near a banana tree with a coconut helmet on his head.

"Donovan, baby, hold my hand." Cadence's eyes widened as tears prickled the edges of her eyes, she gingerly held up a delicate hand for Donovan to take. Her lower lip trembled as she looked at Donovan. You think I'm cute as all hell, don't you? she thought, batting her long and thick eyelashes.

“Here. You might want to bite down on this.”

Cadence's vulnerable expression transformed into a cold glare as she whipped her head around to look at Everett, the Disruptor of her Reverie. He held out a piece of metal for her. She brought her arms up in a sitting battle stance. Was he going to hit her with it?

“I’m not going to baby you, telling you it will only hurt for a second. But this is going to feel like Satan himself is trying to set your ankle… That’s probably what your actually thinking right now…”

She snatched the metal from his hands and burned holes through his gold eyes. The scientists thought their eyes looked alike? Please, hers made flowers wilt and grown men weep. What did his do? Make cherry blossoms flutter over his pristine skin and puppies and girls - could the guy even tell the difference between the two? - leap through fields of daisies? He was wrong about what she was thinking. She didn't think Satan was trying to set her ankle, that would be giving him way too much credit. He was more like... A reversed mermaid. She wasn't sure what he was but looking at him creeped her out and she wasn't quite sure his weird head could actually see what he was doing.

His hands were warm and gentle as they caressed her ankle. She narrowed her eyes at him. Why was he being so kind. "I could say a lot of things about what happened that day, Cadence.” His hands snaked up to grasp her calf. Against her will, a soft shriek escaped her lips. She could see him, his eyes shadowed as his blinding white teeth cackled with his evil laugh. She clamped her own teeth over the metal piece. “I guess this is kind of late, but-“ Her vision became an explosion of red and darkness as she felt the metal shatter with the force of her bite. When her vision cleared, she saw Everett. “I apologize for my inexcusable actions.”

She stared at him, her thoughts strangely fuzzy and... Why was Everett's background white? Was he glowing? Where did the cherry blossoms drifting over him and the soft breeze blowing his chestnut hair come from? Her four canines pulled back, replaced by slightly sharp teeth that looked more Vampiric than lion.

“And I hope that you can find it in your heart to forgive me for what I did…”

She leaned forward, closer, closer, to the warm, invitingly burning gold orbs. Was this what dying felt like? Was this the light at the end of the tunnel? She inched closer until their faces were an inch apart.

"Must. Mate. Immediately."

Silken brown hair grazed a strong jaw, soft lips beckoned her forward... Was he an Angel? He must've been... She leaned in closer and her lips touched the tip of Everett's nose in a gentle kiss.

Everett...?

"EVERETT?!?!" she screamed, throwing herself back and into Donovan. She clutched Donovan's waist and wailed. "Donovan, the dog's sexually harassing me!"

She glared at Everett, still clutching Donovan. "What the hell was that, you perverted dog?! Stop looking at me with your stupid puppy eyes! I'm not one of your fangirls. Jesus. You're always prancing around with your stupid six pack and that stupid smirk on your stupid sculpted face? What is wrong with you? You can't just say things like that and touch me like that. You can make someone else's lady parts tingle. I don't need you, I have Donovan," she huffed.

Hopping up on one foot and using Donovan to keep her stead, she stood and-

"Donovan, are you hurt?" she gasped, her large eyes widening further. She drew her hand back and stared in shock at the blood that stained her fingertips. "Donovan! Why didn't you say something? Sit down." She handled him gently, walking around him to look at his wings. "Oh my god, Donovan," she said softly, wanting to cry at the damage to his obsidian wings. "We need medical supplies- We should clean them..." she mumbled to herself, hopping about in search of a first aid kit but finding none. "Ugh, why don't they have..." she trailed, rummaging around for a first aid kit.

She glared at Everett. "This is all your fault!" she barked.

Abruptly, she dropped onto all fours, glaring at a spot in the distance. Her gold eyes sparked for a moment, looking utterly inhuman. "They're coming," she said with a lisp due to her quickly lengthening canines. "We need everyone to gather." Cadence didn't want anyone to be alone and vulnerable when they were attacked. She glared harder, as if that would help her see clearer. "We need to go. Now." Throwing her weight back and into the air, she leapt up and across so she landed on a pile of debris. Hopefully this would make it easier for the hybrids to see her. If the pounding of their footsteps were anything to go by, they knew exactly where their capsules had landed so it wouldn't make a difference if they saw or heard her and they would most certainly hear her.

Cadence roared.

The sound traveled for miles. For those nearby, it would be deafening and for those in the distance, it would be loud. She only hoped that the hybrids still remembered the sound of her warning roar and that they would be able to follow it so they were all together. They couldn't afford to fight the enemy alone when they were injured, and Donovan wasn't about to fly any time soon.

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"I thought I'd never see you again."

The voice came from behind Evie as the figure put their hand to her shoulder. Evie, who was on edge, about had a heart attack until she turned around recognized the hybrid face. It was Minka, a fox hybrid that had been apart of her childhood. Evie was quickly gripped in a bear hug. "I'm so relieved so see that you're fine, and that we're finally reunited, again." Evie smiled.

"Mika. Nice to see you. Glad you are all in one piece too," she said, smiling. She looked around at the capsules and shook her head. "This is insan-" Before she could finish, a distant sound caused her ears to perk up, escaping her wavy brown hair. She heard some of the hybrids making quite a ruckus over in the distance, right before a deafening roar erupted from somewhere nearby in the wreckage. Evie's tail shot up, causing horrible pain to shoot through it. She didn't know what the roar was about, but she sighed and shook her head.

"Well that was loud," she groaned, her eyes flickering to the fox hybrid beside her.

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"I'm so relieved so see that you're fine, and that we're finally reunited, again." Evie smiled.

Minka grinned widely was her tail was still wagging. "I am relieved as well that you're in one piece too."

The fox's ears started to suddenly twitch picking up signals from a near distance.

"This is all your fault!"


"Ow." Said the fox hybrid as she covered her ears. "Who in the world could be so loud?"

From a couple steps away from where the two hybrids stood now were other hybrids that seemed to quarrel. Minka's natural instinct started kicking in, which caused curiosity towards all the commotion. Picking up more signals from all the other uproarious hybrids, Minka grabbed Evie by the hand and made a bee-line towards the others.

"Let's go find out what's going on, maybe someone got hurt!" Cried out the fox hoping everyone else was safe as she was walking in a faster pace, not caring about her wounds.

Once the two hybrids reached the small 'gang' of hybrids, the both of them stood in front of them awkwardly. The fox hybrid fluttered her warm eyes before she let out a word.

Minka finally had the gut to start a conversation, she was sort of hiding her face by looking away, not making eye contact with anyone in the area. "Um-um.. excuse us, is everyone here alright..?" Asked Minka in a sheepish tone, beginning to be timid around the others as she thought they would all be strangers, her face started to turn pink...

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Free falling is not a natural state for a human or a fish, or indeed a hybrid of those two species. Despite this, Kantse did not allow his panic to petrify him. Quickly observing the rapidly approaching Earth beneath him, he saw that the group of capsules would land near some sort of shoreline, estimated how long he had until impact, then prepared himself for the most stressful contortion he had ever tried. His plan, formed in all of 10 seconds, was to lock the tendons over his joints and then relax all of his muscles so that when he hit the ground, his body would fold in on itself and absorb the force, then spring back into its natural state.

His capsule hit the ground and his body folded, just as he expected. What he hadn't expected was the force of impact to accelerate the spring-back on his joints, causing his legs to straighten almost instantly beneath him and propel him into the ceiling. He lay sprawled out on the floor of his capsule, which was partially buried in the ground, dazed and dizzy after bouncing from floor to roof to floor again. After a few moments of spinning walls and dancing spots, he managed to force himself upright and peer out through the unburied portion of the glass. He could see other Hybrids moving around outside, meaning at least some had survived the crash. He gave the glass a few solid knocks, spreading the spiderweb of cracks through it, until a large section shattered and loose dirt poured into his pristine capsule.

"Well, that was surprisingly easy." he muttered as he pulled himself out into the world, standing and stretching his aching body when he was finally clear.

Scanning the area he could see that nearly all of the others were out of their capsules and had sustained various injuries in the crash, he wasn't too worried though, since Hybrids were tougher than regular humans. Not that he could be much help anyway, unless someone needed their heart restarted he was about as much help as a blind-deaf surgeon. Speaking of deaf, the lion girl chose that moment to do a reasonable impression of a jet engine that had just obliterated the sound barrier. Apparently all that noise was supposed to mean something, so he decided to wander over and find out what the hell she wanted.

He hoped the ringing would stop soon.

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Quickly after the roar, Minka took action, pulling Evie behind her as she approached the source of the noise. "Um-um.. excuse us, is everyone here alright..?" It was only a matter of seconds before the lioness hybrid, Cadence, was speaking to them, her voice sounding a tad bit excited to see the small hybrids. Did lions eat otters? Well, of course not, and Evie knew this was only because they didn't live in the same ecosystem. An otter could easily out swim a lion, but here, where there was no water, was Cadence wishing to try something knew. Evie's tail flicked, instant pain being the result.

But, Cadence quickly lost interest, and Evie shrugged. She was about to speak when a nearby noise cause her ears to perk up. Footsteps... this could not be good. Turning she saw humans wearing blue shirts swarming the crash sites like ants. Evie gulped. It was the SAPH, no doubt about that. "Run!" Evie yelped to Minka, not even knowing if the fox hadn't already. Evie took off in an opposite direction, figuring splitting up would be safer in the end than sticking together. Evie darted around capsules, trying to dodge the blue "ants", but facing the truth, Evie was slow on land.

She eventually stopped for breath when she thought it was safe, wheezing just a tad. Before she could even refill her lungs, a hand clamped around her mouth. Panicking, she bit the hand, her sharp fangs sinking into the skin, the horrible taste of blood causing the otter hybrid to wince. The SAPH "ant" pulling away, screaming. She took that as her chance as she ran as fast as her small legs could carry her, spitting out the man's blood on the way. Most people usually underestimated otters, not normally thinking of them as a threat, but their claws and teeth were perfect for self defense.

Evie noticed some hybrids heading for the woods. She hurried into the brush, not following them but making her own path into the treeline. Once she felt she was far enough from the crash site, she leaned against the tree and attempted to catch her breath. "Hasn't this just been a lovely day!" she said chuckling. Then, the grin seemed to slowly vanish off of her face. Had she left Minka out in the middle of the attack? Was she okay?

"Minka? she called out, searching for the other small hybrid. No reply came which made her curiosity fade to a bit of worry. She quickly shook it off. Minka could defend for herself and the hybrids would probably meet up eventually. Evie knew she didn't need to worry about Minka becoming lost, so she strutted through the woods, determined to find the other hybrids. That was about when she slammed into one of the hybrids, a girl with white hair that she believed to be a polar bear. If she was correct, she had just ran into Kuma. "My bad," she said, awkwardly sidestepping so they could pass one another.