I thought for a moment, then made my way to the courtyard, passing Celaena on the way and motioning for her to follow me.
We arrived in the courtyard and I scanned the crowd, looking for a few specific people.
I picked them out and, one by one, told them what was going on. I spoke to Jack*, Ashley*, David*, Sean*, Matthew*, Christine*, Deborah*, Harrison*, and Katherine*. They all agreed to come. I knew the group was small, but I honestly didn't know who else to trust. Many of the former Haveners had become very loyal to Oliver and were forcing others to be loyal to him as well.
So we sneaked out and set off--our small group of eleven. It wasn't long before we arrived at the FWG. The sounds of battle filled the air.
I was angry that I couldn't join in the fighting, but by doing so I'd risk our whole plan.
I wasn't going to leave, though. I wanted to be here in the event that anything went wrong.
Cela agreed that we should stay, and we found a hidden area beside the building and watched tensely as the battle went on.
I don't know yet if this is when they get discovered...is it?
I jerked my head up and glanced around at the sounds of approaching wolves, praying it wasn't more of Oliver's lot.
I relaxed as the wolves started attacking Oliver's pack. Azalia must've told Dominic to send reinforcements. It wasn't a huge group, but it was better than nothing.
I stepsided as a wolf lunged at me from the side, and turned to see William. I gave a small smile and spoke, "Haven't seen you in awhile. You've joined Oliver's group now?"
William glared, "What's it to you?"
"I should've known," I snorted, ignoring his last question, "you belong with that pack of dogs."
William gave an angry snarl and attempted to attack me once again, but I kicked him off easily. "Should've listened better when you were training here." I growled.
I heard Azalia's familiar growl and looked up to see her struggling with two wolves, both of them bigger than her.
I shot William one last look and raced to Azalia. "Want some help?" I asked.
"I've got this." Azalia responded heatedly.
"No you don't." I took down one of the wolves and quickly dispatched him while he was still surprised. Azalia now had enough time to summon a few spirits to help her.
I hissed as a horribly cold sensation ran through my body. Azalia glanced at me, "I'm raising one right where you're standing."
I bit my tounge to keep from shouting and stepped away from the area.
"Right, thanks for the warning." I hissed.
Azalia leaped back into the battle.
I'm sorry it's hideous I can't write at the moment.