“That’s… You don’t see a lot of people willing to make that kind of decision so quickly,” Lisa said, raising an eyebrow. “For all you know, we’ll have to… take him out of public circulation.”
“If it has to be done, it has to be done. I don’t want to see him hurt, but I can see the necessity for his silence. If we don’t keep him quiet, he’ll put a hell of a lot more than his own life at risk. Plus, somehow I don’t think that the Marauders have any more interest in this getting out, and I’d rather he be in Aegis’ hands. He’s a decent guy, really, he’s just really impulsive.” Sera growled, sadly.
“We need to get closer, at least to see what they’re doing,” James said, changing the subject from a clearly uncomfortable one. He turned and started walking towards where the building would be, pressing himself up against the closer wall, no doubt in imitation of action films he had seen.
“It’s… No-one’s there.” he says, looking back, perplexed, before stepping into the open area. “Just a bunch of equipment.”