Location: Forest outside Bellbrooke - Bearing Lake - Church
Interacting with: Falling Down @Crosswire
Understandably, the teenage girl did not respond too kindly to his appearance. In fact, she sounded very much annoyed. But he continued with his actions, taking small pleasure in the shock he elicited from the woman. It was enough to calm him down and not get angry at her for being so rude. Here he was, helping her get what she wanted, and she didn't even give him even a little bit of gratitude. A 'thanks' would have sufficed. If it wasn't for his interventions, who knows when she would finish prying that door open. Certainly not in seconds like he managed to do.
Her words were harsh, and rather crude. He can see now why she was deemed to be the troublemaker of the year. Aside form escaping, it doesn't seem like she had any sort of respect for those around her. Or perhaps that was because he was a danger to her treasure - to what she would find. Flash figured that even he would react this way if someone else were present when he would claim his Electrum - and that the person would want him to share the prize with them.
He raised his hand as she warned him. "While I honestly do not think you're in the position to say something like that, I will respect your wishes. This is your treasure trove, not mine." He admitted. While he could just as easily end her life then and there with one swipe of the sword, given that she has her guard down, he decided that it was in his best interests to keep her alive. Flash adjusted the collar of his coat and then placed his hands behind his back.
"Nevertheless, it is my job to escort you back to Bellbrooke safely. That means I cannot leave you alone now that I have found you." He then smirked. "Just pretend I am not here. I promise that I will not get anything that you want." Their interests seem far enough so he wasn't worried about taking a complete interest in anything she would get. Even if it were some magical artifact, it really didn't matter to him. He wanted knowledge - books. And he doubted that such a rough-looking teen like Falling Down would want something as boring as books. "It would be for both of our best interests to stick together. I do not think the Headmaster took your disappearance too lightly."
He kept his hands away from his sword to show that he meant her no harm as she pointed the pipe at him. As she entered the church, he followed. However, he made sure that he was a couple of steps behind her. Far enough so that she wouldn't be able to hit him with the pipe, but close enough so that he will be able to help her out if she's in trouble. The thought of letting her rot entered his mind. No one would know. But he shook it off once more.
No, she must get back alive.