Wave was starting to doubt her captor's promise as she led her to to the dungeons. The look the people gave the soldier, River, was enough to tell her what they thought of the woman. A few children called out to her and she responded with a smile. "Don't worry little one. We'll all be alright." But even as she said that, she couldn't help the one boy who screamed "I hate you!" at River. In a way, she felt bad for the Guardian, but that did not mean she did not suspect her captor to be double crossing her as the guards easily let them in the dungeons.
The dungeons were like any other: dingy, damp, dark and smelled of piss, sweat and dung. She looked at the Fire Guardian as she made her promise. If nothing happened in the time frame she said, she would get out of here on her own. Only one thing made her decide to trust the woman: she put Wave in an ordinary cell, not in a special one where her abilities would be out of reach. Either that, or they underestimated her--which was almost often the case since she always looked like she could not put up a fight. They were right, at least physically.
Using her abilities, she numbed herself from the feeling of being in the dungeon and set her mind into seeing the dungeon as very luxurious quarters. When the guard checked on her, he was surprised to see her. He felt like he was in the presence of a noble and was doing a bad thing by peeking in on her. Wave looked at him as if she owned the place and the guard backed away. "Leave me."
At once the guard bowed and apologized profusely before leaving her presence. Bu the time he got to the fifth cell, he stopped, wondering what just happened, but not wanting to go back remembering the scene in his head. Little did he know that he had experienced a taste of what Wisdoms could do. The thing was, even Wave herself didn't know it was just a taste as she sat back, waiting for what River would do.