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The footsteps of the giant had long since faded from their ears. Though Soldier had commanded them to stop thinking about him, and that it was the best decision for the situation, Scout just couldn't help but worry.
Heavy didn't need to go off to some suicide mission alone. They could have gone with him, to find the murderer, to end this with him
It was too late now. There was no way any of them could find the Russian in the dark building on their own. They had to leave him behind.
Pyro seemed to know what the boy was feeling, as he gave him a soft pat on the shoulder, and thumbs up. Everything was going to be fine.
Soldier was in the lead, having taken the position from Demoman - along with his flashlight;
The Scotsman now watched the back, behind Scout, keeping track of everything with his one watchful eye.
The remaining REDs had fallen back to old habits of following their leader, and now found the door to the cold outside.
Scout still r
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It was early in the morning when the sound of a key turning in the lock woke the mantis like Pokemon from his ever alert resting. With a quick glance around the bedroom, he noted that the other two family members lay on the bed, waiting for their Trainer to come home.
The white Seel lay sleeping soundly, cuddled in the warm blankets that carried the scent of their loved human, while the ball of gas rested beside her, eyes closed; despite it's inability to truly sleep.
The green Pokemon stood from the sitting position he had taken at the end of the bed as the door finally opened, after a few failed attempts at the lock by the person.
"You're late." were the only words said as an overly tired teen stumbled into the apartment. Scy's voice dripped with anger and disapproval, bladed arms crossed as he stood waiting, though once the loved trainer actually came into the Scyther's sight the emotions flew from his body; fear and worry replaced them.
The boy looked like he had been run