Allana shifted uncomfortably, stretched her legs out in front of her, and broke the meditative pose she’d taken up when Cade had begun healing her friend. She’d known she would be able to feel any distress from any of the assembled parties in the Force and that it would bring her out of her trance, and she did trust her cousin to be able to heal Kon, so getting some rest in had seemed like the best plan. Otherwise she was sure she would have just been in the way, sitting back quietly and watching the proceedings had never exactly been her forte. Besides, yelling at your moronic friend is so much better when you’re centered enough to really give some thought to all the synonyms for ‘suicidal stupidface’ she decided, ignoring the possibility that the continued anger was really just continued worry, that what Kon had been saying about the reasons he couldn’t go to a doctor was still rattling around in her mind, a puzzle demanding its missing piece. Still, something had brought her out of her meditation now and she opened her eyes just in time to see Kon attempting to sit up, looking disoriented.
“Whoa,” she said and bounced to her feet, crossing the room to stand next to her friend before she bothered to check whether or not Clark or Cade were still in the room. She’d intended to be angry right off the bat but, she told herself as she reached out a hand and pushed gently on his shoulder, stopping any more attempts to sit up, at the moment he was still disoriented from being healed. It was better to save the yelling for when he actually knew who, exactly, was informing him that he was not allowed to get himself killed when they had already lost one friend and seemed constantly on the verge of losing family. “Hey, it’s Allana, you’re at my cousin’s place remember? No super-speed for a couple minutes man, I’m thinking this is probably the first time you’ve had to be healed in a while so recovery is probably almost as freaky as injury right?” She kept her tone light and made a face at him as she tried to emphasize that they were in no way anywhere official or medical.