Every step she took was painful, both physically and mentally. She had suffered, having fought her teammate directly after fighting for her life in the tomb. But she was alive, though extremely exhausted after the ordeal. The girl would look up at the night sky, smiling slightly at the crescent moon up above. At least the sky was being nice to her. Ami struggled until she felt a sharp pain from her abdomen. Jayy had done a good job, she thought to herself. Had he not been knocked unconscious first, she would have most likely done so. Kneeling down in the middle of the road, she panted, cold sweat dripping down her face. Her muscles were refusing to listen to her, her body refusing to move no matter how hard she tried.
Was she going to die here? After all that she had been through she was just going to die here and be bait to the wild? She let out a small groan as she tried to hoist her body back into a standing position, but to no success. Her muscles only weakened, and she fell forward, her eyes meeting with darkness as her face hit the gravel. Her tired body had given way, and so had her mind, as she closed her eyes, the wind around her gently blowing against her face. She would pass out on the street but not before seeing a shadowy figure approach from the distance. How vulnerable she felt, as she lay there without any ability to defend herself in the case of an enemy attack or a bandit. Ami gave in to the darkness, praying that she wouldn't be eaten alive by some wild animal in the process.