Air was pacing, walking back and forth, back and forth as she waited for the night. She couldn't go out during the day, there were far too many people, too many chances to get spotted. It was true that Air took a lot of chances, a lot of risks, but her risking a run outside now would effect not only herself but everyone else she was protecting. And besides, who would be stupid enough to do that anyway?
So she paced. She paced and checked a pocket watch she had found on the street once for the time. 6:30. The sun should be going down soon... she needed to take a look around for... something. She couldn't explain it, she just needed to look.
The sky had started to turn a dull grayish colour reminding Air of the walls in the chambers... the walls and the screaming and the fear and the blood and the sweat and-
She stopped, calmed down, took a deep breath. Enough. She couldn't think of this now, she had to focus. She had to be a strong leader. She was Air, after all. The one who got away.