Rainna listened as the boy, who after disagreeing with her suggestion that the boy could be the headmaster's son, rattled off more possibilities. While she mentally considered each one, she managed to also catch the part about someone not being in his life. The implication was obvious, and it did not take much thought to conclude that he was referring to his own father. She was slightly caught off guard by his decision to share something she considered to be rather personal with a couple of people he did not quite know yet, but appreciated the fact that he thought enough of them to do so.
"Oh I see. Well uh, I'm sorry," was all she could think to say in response to that bit. She then proceeded to address his suggestions about what they had seen. "Those are all possible, and what I'm finding most suspicious about all of this is that it happened this late at night when no one's expected to be around, and that those two are most definitely nowhere close to being friends."
She let out a chuckle when at her invitation, the two revealed that they had actually come from the party. The situation which the boy claimed he would be in if he went back there seemed rather amusing, and the mention of it helped to slightly ease the current tension. However, they both agreed that they should head back in, with 'Davarius' deciding to introduce himself before that, adding that they might have seen one another around. Right, she had been too caught up in the whole situation to think about introductions.
"It's a pleasure. I'm Rainna," she replied, as they made their way back in. "It's understandable. The academy takes in kids from all over the world. It isn't possible to get to know everybody."
She was slightly stunned when the pyrokinetic pushed the ball of fire way ahead towards the girl with the purple earrings she had spotted earlier. There was another behind her, who prompted an even more puzzling reaction from Fire Girl. What did she mean by 'You'? Why was she starting to get all worked up? What concerned Rainna most, however, was the fireball, which was beginning to behave in an increasingly erratic matter.
The Hispanic teen cautiously place a hand on her shoulder, hoping to calm her down. "Uh, I think you can put that out now Love."
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