The Ice Mana that had previously encased the illusionist began to disperse, and Kaya could feel the frosted prison she had been trapped within begin to relent on its hold. She was numb, as the relatively ineffective Ice spell had not harmed her much, but the combined efforts of the Complex Staff with the frigid encapsulation had left her relatively weak. As the Ice Mana faded, Kaya felt a soothing mist that could only have been brought on by one other person… Serenity. A voice with an air of concern pierced the air as the girl spoke herself, inquiring whether or not everyone was alright. She looked over her shoulder, smiling yet another drained smile. “It seems that I owe you another ‘thank you,’ yeah? Don’t know where we’d be, had you not shown up. So… thanks, again.” Deep in her mind, Kaya wondered just what had brought the mysteriously aloof girl to the Complex… but presently, her mind turned to Krie, who seemed slightly anxious… something shockingly out of character for him, despite his ever-present, chilling smile being flashed. “However, Krie is right. There is not really much time to wait around… and we can talk on the fly, anyways. Let’s go.” It was important that the team continue, as the sound of the blaring alarms had returned to prominence with Krie’s spoken words. The illusionist knew better than to wait around in such conditions. “Chiasma, and… I don’t believe I caught your name.” She stated, plainly, looking at the girl. “I must apologize for the conditions we meet in, but I assure you that we mean no harm to you or Chiasma.” She looked helplessly at the rest of Team Delta-Q, hoping for someone to step up and back up her credibility. Clearly, the girl was not about to roll over and take anything Kaya said… something Kaya appreciated deeply, though now was not the time for arguments. “Let’s walk and talk. It’s much faster, that way.” She said, motioning for the others to follow her.