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2013-02-25 05:46 pm (UTC)
Namine had only the vaguest hint about her mirror self, but that had been enough. Thinking about a version of herself that was comfortable with erasing peoples' memories wasn't something she wanted to do too much if she could help it. Seeing how the mirrored versions of her friends acted was bad enough. She'd agree with Roxas that, for their sakes, she hoped they didn't remember anything that happened when they got back, and go so far as to hope that if they didn't remember, they wouldn't ask.
What Roxas called "not severe" she would call "very bad," but to each their own. If he tried anything else like this again soon, though, he was going to get a very disapproving look. That aside, all they could do was do the best they could to help him heal. At least they'd found him, and not some of the others.
With Roxas's assent, she followed Xion's instructions to help him stand, and support him on one side, trying to do as gently as possible. "Let us know if you need to rest on the way."
No need to overdo it while he was already injured. Namine just hoped that luck held, and they made it to the lab without running into any trouble.
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