How long has it been? How long since that terrifying event? It was quiet now, yet that only seemed to make this atmosphere darker. Being here, in the sanctuary for who knows how long, Andraste had stopped counting long ago.. But being here almost gave the young adept a sense a safety. While another part of her felt so guilty being in such a holy place, staring up at the Goddess of Peace. Would her Goddess forgive her for such a crime? Would her punishment be to end up one of those... Abominations? Even so, she could only pray for forgiveness, not just for herself, but everyone who may have might have caused this disaster. Rubbing her slightly red eyes from her long hours of tears, her small, bloody form stood up. All the while she stared up at her Goddess before she hesitantly glanced toward the man who had pulled her in here.
As her mind slightly calmed, not much but enough so she was not wailing like a hungry babe, she had started to wonder what had happened? Where were the others? The Sister was sure she remembered survivors, although most of her memory was clouded with the color of red. Why did this man choose to bring her here and not someone else? Maybe a child or anyone. Again, her natural concern for others wanted to confront this man, have him explain himself. Yet, his form terrified her. If he grew angry with her, she could hardly defend herself from anything, none the less a full grown man. Although one side felt like she was strong enough to do much of anything, she also knew she had to try.
Still, he must have saved her life... He hasn't done much since earlier. Then again, she had pretty much broken down... Those do not happen to often with her, but when they do, she could hardly remember anything. Perhaps it was a way for her to cope... To force her to forget so she can continue on with her duty as a Sister. Either way, Andraste knew now that there still might be people who need help. Those abominations may still be out there though, so this man was her only real hope of getting anywhere safely.
Looking up at her Goddess, she whispered a soft prayer and apologized once more before taking a deep calming breath. Slowly, she turned toward the man as she tried to look as composed as she usually is. "Um... I apologize... For how acted earlier, I was not in my right mind. If you do not mind, kind sir, could you inform me of what has happened earlier?" She asked as she tried to make her voice clear and unwavering when she just wanted to mumble and stutter like a young shy girl.