“Well…that was the last of them…” the Mandalorian said as she took a deep breath. They had just taken down a couple of squads of troopers. It was one of her first missions outside of the base after the Ghost Crew had been hidden for awhile. Sabine gritted her teeth as she set her dual blasters back in their holsters, the aftermath of the battle leaving smoke and other debris around them. They had to press on in order to get the intel, get back to the Phantom and get back to the base. That was when she felt a searing pain on her side under a portion of her armor. She could see a smoky spot from her side under where her body was not so protected. She had been shot…and it was in a bad area because she had tended to get shot around her side when in battle. However, Sabine would play it off so they continue the mission. “Do you see anything ahead?” Her voice said through helmet she wore on her head.
He'd fought with alongside droids, he'd fought alongside clones- of which had his adoration, but this was possibly the first time he'd fought alongside rebels of neither category... Sabine, Hera, Kanan, Ezra and Zeb, they were all their own people from different backgrounds, not built robots or bred soldiers... And he was a force anomaly. It was easy to see why he valued the life of Sabine more so than his own... Although, he couldn't help bit feel guilty about the people of the stormtroopers Corp he hurt or killed... "Where were we supposed to rendezvous with the Ghost? Hera said you'd know... I don't think she trusts me" Bryzn softly spoke to Sabine as they went, letting her passively guide their path without appearing suspicious, but he still had his left hand upon gripping the lightsaber, ready to throw it into his dominant hand should a fight start @-mandocolors //
@LightWalker001 That was when Sabine let go of her anger and frustration, letting out a deep breath as they continued on. It was pointless, if they were going to make it out alive, she had to stay focused. She had to be in the here and now as Kanan would always tell Ezra when he’d try to go sauntering off. She unclenched her fist, but the darkness that still radiated in her mind pressed at her. Sabine watched as the stormtrooper seem to effortlessly fall. She winced as they continued on, trying to stay focused. She could see the base ahead as they passed through what seemed to be endless buildings. She looked next to her for a moment at Bryzn who seemed to have a focused yet worried look on her face. In the short time they had known each other, he had been always concerned for her safety. Much so that he’d charge at the whatever was trying to attack her in order to save her life.
Keeping quiet. Eyeing the world around them as they moved from the hidden area where the corpses had been left behind and now they roamed through the open streets with people going about their business... But still, Bryzn kept turning his eyes down to Sabine's side, making sure she did not limp or fall- as he didn't need Sabine collapsing of shock. Troopers rounded the corner and the young man's hand would press down on Sabine's holster to keep her from pulling out her blaster before quickly flicking his left wrist subtly to twist the knee of one of the troopers in the middle, causing him to collapse with a painful scream and drawing the attention of the rest, letting him and Sabine pass with little attention at all. Not wanting to get into a fight right now... Not with Sabine wounded. @-mandocolors //