Nyria "I won't make you help me with the wound directly." Nyria spoke, thinking it might help Alyssa relax a little. "I am sure there will be something you can help me with that won't involve blood directly."
Nyria Taking one last look at the supplies, Nyria nodded when she believed they had everything they could need.
Except, maybe, a fresh set of clothing. His clothes were likely covered in his blood, they should be cleaned.
"Alright. Where is he?"
I think I hear Nyria's voice and then I am sure I heard Nyria's voice. It sounded like they were trying to save someone's life. I couldnt determine who the second person was and then I realised it was Alyssa. "Stay here." I say to Apzen. I keep hold of the twins and move though the Air vent and back out to the main room. I find them. " Alyssa. Take the twins and go back through into that room. Apzen is there and so is Nivera." I pass the twins on to her. "Oh and take the knife." I say and pass her one of my own. "I'll stay with Kadaj." I say.
Nyria "So that is where she is." Nyria believed that she was safe, but it was even better to know for certain.
She was also glad that Arden would be helping out instead. She had no problem with Alyssa, but she just wasn't cut out for this sort of thing, and it watching the twins was sure to be easier for her.
I look Kadaj over and smile at Nyria a little. "Ok so what we have is a gun shot wound to the stomach. Bullet might still be in there and it seems to have clipped some capillaries." I say. I put some gloves on my hand. I take a closer look at the wound. " As I asunder the bullet is there and has fragmented. Creating shrapnel. I need to get them out but he also needs to stop the flow of blood. Do you have a necklace." I ask.
Nyria Nyria frowned as she nodded. She had, in fact, thought of the possibility that the bullet was still in him, and it seemed to be the hardest part. For this, she was glad to have Arden helping, since she was concerned about the chance of her hurting him even more, should he react to the pain. "We don't have anything to help with the pain." She warned. Still, it was not impossible, even if he remained conscious for it.
"But while you tend to the wound, I can keep him steady, if needed." Since she was, in fact, wearing one, she took off her necklace and handed it over without much thought. There was a time once that her jewelry held a lot of value to her, but it was nothing now. There were, naturally, far more important things now.
Finally, she pulled on a pair of gloves herself, making sure to not forget that part.