A curious expression crossed her face as he said hero again, there was no way she was one but she decided arguing probably wasn’t worth it, nor did it really matter one way or the other. What mattered was that it seemed like he was going to be okay, that he was going to live. That’s what mattered. That and trying to explain things to him, which she wasn’t the best at. If it were something diplomatic she’d be fine, but explaining that they all got kidnapped by a freaking magical seal to Kansas wasn’t something she completely knew how to explain or even really how to make it okay.
“We have a Kansas where I’m from too. Also, nothing to brag about.” She said with a small amused smile. “So, at least you are some from version of Earth, I think that makes it easier than those who are from other places, or extremely far in the future or the past…” She frowned for a moment, he might be one of those people. How was anyone really supposed to know? A few years here and there wasn’t much but when it got to fifty either direction she felt like it must be a lot.
“I’m sorry, there isn’t really any way to tell when people are coming or going…” She let her words drift of. “As far as anyone has been able to tell, there isn’t any way to leave by your own power, or anyones really. Except the seal, the seal decides and trust me it usually doesn’t make a lot of sense.” That was too true in Lissa’s mind. Like how Dimitri had come and gone, others had as well… It was hard to think about, but he didn’t need to hear or deal with any of that just yet.
Smiling softly as he seemed to relax a little but and moved his hand over hers, she smiled again, just a little one as a little color hit her cheeks. “You’re welcome.” She said knowing that arguing that it was nothing wasn’t true. Lissa would do it again, she’d save someone else again at some point she just knew that she’d need to find one of the feeders she now had but that could wait a little longer.
“I promise to tell you everything that I know, which probably isn’t as much as either of us would like, but I’mg getting you to the bunker.” She said as she let her hand drop from his arm. Lissa slowly moved herself as she stood up and offered him a hand. All things considered he was probably a lot stronger than she was now, but she knew that it must be strange nearly dying and trying to deal with that. “It’s really nice to meet you Jason.” She told him. "And I'm glad you are okay." Lissa meant it too, she truly did mean it.