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Nathaniel cringed slightly at the sight of Maisy's rather rough treatment. Making sure to shut tight the door behind him, he slowly approached his loose-cannon partner and the unfortunate soul she was sitting on.

"I think you're scaring him." And me. "Why don't you let me talk to him?"

Nathaniel squatted down in front of the bed, keeping himself at eye-level with the Dark Dormer.

"Look, sorry about my friend. She's kind of crazy. I don't like to see this any more than you like to feel it. But I'm sure I can convince her to let you go if you just tell us a little bit about yourself. Like why you're here, what you're looking for, and most importantly, do you have the cards?" That last bit came out a little stronger than Nathaniel had intended, but he let it hang in the air due to the magnitude of its importance, maintaining eye contact with Lite all the while. It was a bit of a standard good cop bad cop routine, but Nathaniel was not exactly a veteran at this. Besides, the guy had to crack eventually.
Yeah, I'm still here. I'll post soon, maybe, possibly, eh.
Nathaniel had hoped for maybe twenty or so people at most at the arenas. Instead, he got a full house. He could barely pay attention to the duel that was happening as he scanned the crowd, and found absolutely nothing. Considering he had never even seen the guy, any one of these people could be who they were looking for, and he had no clues to go on. As he thought about how to proceed, he felt the D-Ceiver buzz at his side. Checking it, he found a rather distressing message from Maisy. Good news seemed to be that she had actually managed to sneak into his room. Bad news was that someone else beat her to it.

Seeing that Camryn was of no help to the matter, Nathaniel quickly texted a reply "on my way over now". Finding Meio can wait. If this Dark Dormer steals the cards they were looking for, they would be screwed. Navigating his way through the crowd as quickly as possible, Nathaniel shot out of the arena as he made his way to the elevator.
Nathaniel looked incredulously at the pin Maisy just pulled out. He did not know a lot about the art of deviancy, but he was pretty sure that was not how working lockpicks were supposed to look. Besides, the hard part is getting into the residence halls themselves. If they actually made it to Meio's door, they could just knock. For a second, Nathaniel wondered about the thought processes of the girl in front of him before snapping back to reality and stumbling out a response.

"Okay, um... t-that's an idea, I guess. I mean, if you can actually get into the Light Dorms, that would be great. I'll try to check both Duel Arenas in the time we have left. That leaves Camryn to check the pool." Nathaniel turned to head to the elevator before realizing that he was probably going to have to mention this to his two compatriots. "And again, don't do anything crazy."
Well, Nathaniel is apparently heading to the arena, so that's where you'll find him.
Nathaniel went over the options in his head. The first place he would check would be the guy's room, except that was completely off the table since they were barred entry as two Winds and an Earth. With a sigh, Nathaniel mentally kicked himself for his lack of foresight. There might be some other places they could look, and they could always ask some other Light Dormers if they saw the guy around. Still, finding one guy in a school was going to be like finding a needle in a haystack. Their time is limited. They better start working fast.

"I think we should split up. It's still the afternoon, but it's going to be curfew soon. We need to find this guy as soon as possible. If one of us finds him, we should call each other so that we can meet up where he is. Actually, I don't think I have you on my dial, Maisy." Nathaniel took out his D-Ceiver as he prepared to exchange contact information. "Are you two okay with that?"
Nathaniel will be doing that first one.
"FLYING FISH?" Leaning forward, Nathaniel's eyes shot wide as Megan put down her cards, but after looking at the cards she put down, Nathaniel realized she was talking about the regular one and not the golden one. "Oh." Nathaniel muttered as he sat back down in his seat. "It's something, at least."

Nathaniel took the pile of cards from the table and began to sort them through.

"Okay, so we have...
Three copies of Performapal Sword Fish and one Aegaion the Sea Castrum from me
A copy of Deepspace Berserker from Camryn (for some reason)
Two Shocktupus, two Skull Krakens, and one copy each of Needle Sunfish, Poseidon Wave, Surface, and Fish Rain from Haas.
Two Defenders of the Ice Barrier, one Warlock of the Ice Barrier, and a Genex Ally Solid from Maisy.
And a Mobius the Frost Monarch, two Atlantean Attack Squads, and a Flying Fish from Megan.
That makes a total of... 21 cards."

As he finished counting, Nathaniel neatly stacked the cards on top of each other. It was a 10:1 ratio, but unfortunately most of what they had was vendor trash. Still, they had more rares than expected. Mobius the Frost Monarch was a Rare, and Surface was Super Rare. Maisy had also threw in 4 Super Rares, for a total of 6 rare cards; almost a 1:3 ratio.

"Okay, I'll admit these cards aren't the greatest, but they aren't... garbage." Nathaniel replied anxiously to the criticisms of the table, himself not positive about his plan. "I mean, we have to try, right?"
Nathaniel had sat there with his head on his hands and his eyes closed, listening to the others hoping for some new information. From the sound of it, all of them had encountered some sort of supernatural nonsense that left them with more questions than answers. As if he did not have enough of a headache dealing with Steel, there was no way Nathaniel was touching that gauntlet even if he had a bio-hazard suit and 10-foot pole.

"Okay, so listen." Nathaniel sighed. "Steel, the guy Josh and Amelia dueled last night, has agreed to shed some light over the situation. Considering we basically know nothing, I think that would be helpful, but he's not going to do it for free. If we get the cards Golden Flying Fish and Moulinglacia the Elemental Lord from this guy called Meio, he said he would help us out. Apparently, the guy collects lots of Fish and WATER themed cards, and I'm hoping if we bring enough to him, that he might be willing to trade them. So does anyone have any of those cards they would be willing to donate? I'll go first."

After his little speech, Nathaniel ruffled through his pockets and threw down four cards on the table. Three of them showed a blue fish with a sword-like pompadour, with the top of the card reading "Performapal Sword Fish." The last one was colored black, depicting a massive machine towering over the water. The name read "Aegaion the Sea Castrum."
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