|Lissa Dragomir (littlequeen) wrote in wariscoming,
@ 2014-09-06 10:28:00
|lissa dragomir, tris prior
Who: Lissa Dragomir & Tris Prior
What: Arriving & Healing
Where: The Graveyard where they all show up.
When: Saturday morning
Rating/Status: TBD | Ongoing.
Lissa was rubbing her right temple as she tried to piece together who would have taken her sister and where and how they were going to get her back. The news had hit Lissa like a giant wave knocking her over and trying to suffocate her without a second thought for anything else. How could she have just? Why had Lissa trusted the Alchemists? Well, was it really them that she didn't trust or was there more to it? Her mind had already been hurting from everything she'd learned the night before about Adrian and Sydney, she knew that protecting them would cause some problems. She was happy for Adrian, she did want him to be happy, but it was still a lot to worry about, and it was still another problem that was now something that wasn't on her mind as the biggest thing was, was Jill okay? Where was Jill? Lissa knew that without Jill her time as Queen would end, but she was much more worried about where her half sister was and if she was okay than being Queen, she hated knowing that it was her fault that Jill was in danger.
"Well, we are going to have to talk to the--" She was about to say Alchemists when the next thing she knew she was holding the pen she'd been writing in her left hand, and her phone that had been in her pocket and she was waking up in a graveyard? She had to be dreaming, or someone who was really good at spirit had managed to pull her into a dream while she was awake. Was that even possible? It couldn't be possible could it? Lissa really wasn't sure and she really wasn't sure how or what she was doing. Where was Rose? Where was Christian? Where was she? How was she??
Jumping up she started blinking as she spun around. It wasn't until her eyes rested on the body of a girl, she couldn't be more than 16 or 17. She looked tough from her features, but she wasn't moving, she wasn't even... Lissa rushed over dropping to her sides as she could feel the girl was just barely hanging on. "No, this can't be happening." Her compassion started to override her knowledge that healing her could be dangerous. Lissa wasn't about to let this girl just die in a graveyard, especially if she'd been brought her out of no where like Lissa had been.
Summoning spirit, she felt the rush, the beauty, the calm nature of helping wash over her as she started to heal whatever this girls injuries were.