Matias bit his lip softly. He really had nothing to say outside of "I didn't see her either", and what good was that response? Though, he hadn't checked his phone in a bit...
No use saying anything, again, so he didn't. As the van droned and rumbled, he spent his time staring and thinking, mostly the latter. He hoped that the puritans spent their day today thinking about doing a raid than actually doing one. The last thing he needed right now was to see more explosions or, worse, deal with another injured teammate. Iris was tired, and so was he. He was also worried. So much so that he almost obsessively checked his phone to see if there was any feedback from Scarlet, every few minutes, even if there were none every single time he checked.
Comparatively, Oleander didn't bother with such petty human emotions. They were simply grooming themselves throughout most of the ride.
The van seemingly slowed to a stop after what felt like hours upon hours of driving. Matias's behind was so, so sore, but he forced himself up anyway. It was finally time to see what the village had in store for them.