Henry let out a deep, deep sigh when he found that neither the kid nor Aviva were still there, leaving the group down to just him and Marcus. It was a very long exhale of air, a soft groan that lasted somewhere between ten and fifteen. If he hadn't been distracted by how abysmal the situation was looking compared to his previous plans, he might have stopped for a moment to appreciate the impressive display of tidal volume. Marcus finished talking, lamenting the disappearance of Jason. "On the other hand, if we can get everyone to stick together, then maybe we can find a way out of this insanity - or at least give a big 'F you' to the Controller by not doing anything."
To double check, Henry wheeled himself over to the lobby. Aviva had already left the building, the only thing remaining there was the now-familiar headless corpse. Henry returned to the hallway, now in an even worse mood than before. "I think that ship might've sailed, and if we want to get Jason and the other woman back, we'll have to hunt them down. Frankly if they weren't interested in staying together before, I doubt we'll be able to convince them." Henry scratched the back of his head and breathed in sharply through his teeth. It was hard to let go of how poorly things had ended up. "I really don't think it'd be worth it to track them at this point, the whole idea of getting a large group together's pretty much down the shitter at this point."
"I guess the 'Controller''s getting what he wanted, everyone's split up and probably fighting at this point. I was hoping we'd be able to use most of the month to do a little snooping, to be honest. If he's got men working the stores we could shake them down for info, maybe find a way to break enough of the city to at least inconvenience him. I'm not buying that he's some god or something, after all. But for now it's probably best to stay alive, at least until some of the others have calmed down." Henry rubbed his eyes, and then finished his speech to ask Marcus a question. "Speaking of which, are you planning on bailing too? Now'd be the time."