Originally Posted by NickyKnack
Eaton gave up on trying to sleep. He hated when his body was willing, but his mind just wouldn't shut up. So he dragged himself up and started out if his room. He shuffled down the stairs of the condemned house and out into the streets.
Ash got into his car, tossing the equipment into the passenger seat. He started the engine and drove down the forest tracks, heading back towards The Devil's Eye, AKA the hunters' bar. On his way there, as he turned a street corner, one of his car tyres started dragging - it had slowly been releasing air from a small hole, most likely caused by something sharp that had been left in the forest.
Ash pulled up and got out of his car to inspected the wheel. "Aw man," he sighed. He wasn't sure what to do, since he couldn't call any car rescue services because of his "cargo", and he certainly couldn't change a tire by himself. He had considered calling Amber, Nora's daughter, but they were probably working a case together.
Originally Posted by LittleBrownie
Damian was laying on the bed, located in the right-hand corner of the room. He heard the knock at the door and quickly sat up. He got up and cautiously walked over to it, then slowly turned the door handle, opening it.
Judith took a sigh of relief and smiled. She then rolled her eyes at his statement," Will do" she said with little effort, watching him leave. She returned to her cold meal, which was warm a while ago. After a short while Judith finished, leaving some leftovers. She cleaned herself off and started to make her way to the her pack hideout.
Tate was talking with Caleb, going over the planned meeting. It would take awhile before the whole pack knew about the meeting, and began making guesses on what day it should be held on.
Tara held the plate out, showing Damian the food. "To make up for earlier. I wanted to apologise-" She looked down at the floor, keeping silent for a moment. "-apologise for everything. It's not much, just veg and meat, but I hope you like it."
Alexander chuckled and headed to a small set of houses, located in the East of his territory; he had a bit of catching up to do with an old friend before he could head back home.