Skip to Main Content
2013-02-22 11:42 pm (UTC)
Roxas was inclined to assume that just the fact that they were helping him meant they weren't the mirror versions, but for all he knew, the mirror versions cared about mirror him. Right now, he didn't feel like puzzling that out, though it probably would be useful information.
Experience gauging the severity of injuries usually came from dealing with them. Not exactly experience one wanted unless they lacked a choice about dealing with injuries or wanted to pursue healing as a profession. While he wasn't particularly pleased to know his wrist was broken, he preferred knowing over not knowing. That way it could be tended properly.
Head injuries were indeed worrisome. On the other hand, so far his only symptoms were minor difficulties remaining conscious (he was still assuming exhaustion as at least a partial answer) and slightly blurry vision. Mostly. He was a little sluggish on the follow the finger test (did it even have a proper or technical name?). So, concussion, at least. He was pretty sure a fracture would mean a lot more pain in his head than he had, assuming he was even conscious. Given that he was conscious (when he'd rather not be) and had considerably worse pain elsewhere, he was pretty sure he wasn't dealing with a severe head injury. Still, he grumbled at the results. It would complicate things, among them his attempts to garner Mirror Riku's help in getting out of this universe...
Then Xion started muttering about what she'd need to patch him up. He thought about that a moment. He had seen some first-aid stuff somewhere in the course of wandering around and avoiding people as much as possible. Where had that been? Well, where was someone most likely to need at least minor first-aid? Right... "I think there might be some first-aid stuff in the lab."
Reply to this
Thread from start
Post a comment in response:
This account has disabled anonymous posting.
You can comment on this post while signed in with an account from many other sites, once you have confirmed your email address.
Sign in using OpenID
If you don't have an account you can
create one now
HTML doesn't work in the subject.
Check spelling during preview
This account is set to log the IP addresses of everyone who comments.
Links will be displayed as unclickable URLs to help prevent spam.
Log in with OpenID?
Forget your password?
Site and Journal Search
Buy Dreamwidth Services
Gift a Random User
Site and Account