"It's still an advantage." It really wasn't much of one, especially if Moriarty found a way to physically control Helena to use her mind to his advantage but if he kept it at mind games, they still had one less thing to worry about. Unless he pressed the wrong buttons which he knew how to do. Still at the mention of the chess lock, Myka tensed and looked to the side. She knew she'd survive because she knew that Helena wouldn't let her die. But that didn't exactly make it an easy memory to have. To know how close she'd been to death. Death by a psychopath. But it was true. Moriarty didn't have that.
"He doesn't have access to anything artifact related. Instead he has his gangs he's in control of and a witch to keep him appraised of things. So long as he doesn't utilize the witch or vampire, all of the threats he will pose will be human in nature."
And human in nature threats Myka could handle far easier than artifact or supernatural ones. Oh, she could handle artifact issues and she would learn to handle supernatural ones. But if they could only have the human threats to worry about, that would be good.
Even though Myka knew that, if he could, Moriarty would undoubtedly be rid of the locket. He may not know she had a tracking device on it, but it would just be a means to hurt Helena. And if he was able to determine if she were bugged or interference was an issue, then there would be that as well. Still, not the thing to worry about right now.
The wide spectrum of emotions Helena was expressing was understandable but strange as she wasn't the type to just do so. Still, it was what it was and she just quirked a brow at how she said Bering and Wells instead of putting her name first. True it sounded better this way but it was a clue to knowing just how upset Helena was.
"I'm going to make you tea."
It was the only thing she could think of doing at the moment, so she made her way to the kitchenette and put the water on for the tea. Hopefully it would help to calm Helena down more.