There were certain times that Velona was grateful to be blindfolded. Like right now, with two strange saiyans nearby. It made it easy to resist the urge to stare.
She couldn't decide if it was comforting or unnerving. OK, with Tabage it was definitely unnerving... but that didn't necessarily have anything to do with her being a saiyan. Saiyans even existing were the closest thing to normal Velona had right now, but she didn't know them any better than she knew... well... any of the other people present.
It was strange how she almost felt more comfortable around Ovaan, despite him being of the same race as the person who had turned half her planet into glass. Although, on that note-
No, best to just not think about it.
She decided to focus on the Kai instead.
"Yes, I... figured as much from our conversation yesterday," Velona said in response. "But we're just the victims of all this. How are we supposed to know what to look for? How are we supposed to recognize something important even if we do see it? We're going to a completely different universe," for most of them anyway, "everything is likely to seem strange to us to begin with. I do hope your plan extends beyond sending us there in the first place."
Just because they were involved didn't mean they were any better at figuring it out than anyone else. They were just the ones who were slightly less unlucky at the end of the day.