"From what I gathered you couldn't help missing the meeting. You were kidnapped after all. I'm just glad we could get you back safely."
While Lily just tried to hake her hand, Shannon pulled the lightning girl closer and hugged her tightly. You can't just get away with some little gesture like that when a girl has the power of Friendship around. While embracing Lily she eyed Sakura for a second who was fidgeting slightly.
The Djinn girl had heard what Lily had said on approach and ideas were racing through her head. There were still too many people around to do anything though, so she was going to bide her time. Doing so was annoying because she knew they could grant such a simple wish. To Sakura's relief one of the party suggested leaving. "I agree with your friend. We've done all we can here."
Shannon nodding in agreement the Earth and Djinn girl made a B-line for cover around a building, Shannon leading Lily along with her.
Once out of of sight Sakura took the opportunity to bow slightly. "Sorry for just barging in on the situation. You looked like you could use some help. But now that that's out of the way I should probably introduce myself. My name is Sakura. I've been around a little while but been trying to stay out of the whole mess that went down. Too much craziness for me."
Smiling outwardly her internal voice was barking at her to get a wish granted. But Violet was going to take one first, which meant Sakura needed to coax another wish out of someone. Though she did want to get a little more info from Lily about what she'd unwittingly wished for.
Turning toward Lily the pink haired girl twirled around a couple times, dancing briefly to show off her outfit she whirled close to her target and whispered. "Thanks for the complement earlier. I wouldn't sell yourself short though. I bet you could pull off this look if you really wanted to."
She waited for a response, though she expected the girl to be a little nervous.
Picking herself up, Janet made no move on way or another to the girls attacking her. She knew doing so would only make things harder. The blow she took wasn't that bad but it took her a moment to catch her breath. "I-I came here on my own. I know what happened but I'm innocent."
Groaning slightly she was still recovering from being hit.
Offered medical assistance, Janet shook her head. "I'll be fine. Thank you though. But I'm here to clear my name. And I accept any precautions you wish to make for the proceedings."
Incarceration was nothing new to Janet. What a different life, he had spent many years behind bars and knew what to expect for others to feel safe. At least this time it wasn't actually her fault. It was everyone else that needed convincing on that.