Mireena smiled a little when she heard Malakai’s first comment. “You’ve got blood all over, it’s not that hard to tell,” she said, playing along with Malakai. She was about to take Malakai’s hand when he made his second comment. That scared her a bit, but it also fascinated her. “Right,” she said, nodding to Malakai while slowly pulling her hands away. “Thanks for the information. I didn’t know you were toxic,” she said, her hands closing in on his again. She took a hold of his hand with care, then looking into Malakai’s eyes. “This might hurt a bit, but I’ll try to make it as painless as possible,” she said.
The thing about healing was that when you healed someone, all the pain, itches, and so on that you normally would have felt during the time you had the wound, would be compressed into the time it took healing the wound with powers. Luckily for Malakai, Mireena knew how to numb his face before she healed, but she wasn’t good enough to fully numb him, though. Not yet. The pain would be somewhat intense, but the numbing would help a whole lot.
The look on Casper’s face was one of true fear. ‘No, not her again,’ he thought, hoping that Sid would be able to siphon her before she thought of using her powers. She could easily burn everyone in the room to a crisp within a minute. Kayla’s thoughts were pretty much the same as Casper’s. Bracing herself for what might come, she pulled a rock out of her pocket. She always carried that very rock with her in case something was to happen. The rock wasn’t of much use now, though. She had nothing to shield herself with, and suddenly the oh-so-happy welcome of two new members could turn out to be a disaster.
The moment Sid saw that there was even the tiniest sign of consciousness in the girl, he stepped forward and laid a hand on her arm. “Whoop,” he said not long after, pulling his hand away from the arm of the red-haired woman. What followed his hand, surely was a strange sight. There was a strange, fiery orange coloured liquid that followed his palm. It seemed to defy the laws of gravity, but Sid didn’t mind that any longer. The liquid was infact Mina’s powers. Smiling to Mina, he held up a tiny glass jar. He opened the jar with one hand while controlling the liquid with his other hand. In a matter of seconds, he’d drained Mina of her powers and put her powers in the tiny glass jar. The speed he worked on was pretty fearsome to most, but to Sid, it was quite normal to work at that speed.