Sorin wasn’t that strong and panicking only seemed to make the rope tighter, or maybe that was how hard he was breathing as he struggled. Kyushu had run away in fear, hiding under the bed of Sorin’s room. He was abandoned and it seemed like no one heard or no one cared to untie him. He saw that the tank had stopped moving and talking but he was still confined. All he could do was scream and try to crawl away. The ropes were too tight for him to untie himself and he didn’t dare call those cherubs. All of them had his face. Everything did. He could already feel his voice going hoarse as he tried to wiggle his way back to the ship, right onto the ramp so he could at least pull himself up. He didn’t want to touch that thing again so he tried to stand up. It didn’t last for long it seemed as he tried to get onto the ship. Mitsuhide was gone. Karai too of course. Luka was elsewhere with her fiance. He didn’t even know where Motonari had gone to. He was alone on this ship and everyone would ignore his screams. He wouldn’t beg them either, he had too much pride to beg that filthy pirate to undo the knot. So he just kept screaming to be let go.
Yuuki glared at him all the same. “Uh-uh ‘cause you’re doing that thing you do where you hurt people who hurt you and it’s bad like Wolfie said.” He was referring to Kouji of course. This sort of thing was just what he’d been afraid of; a cycle of revenge. And Sorin was very upset. “We were doing this so he’d apologize but you were mean.” He disentangled himself from Toki’s grip, glared death at him, and got to his feet. “I’m gonna go untie him ‘cause he said he was sorry.” As if he meant it. But that wasn’t the issue.
“I don’t see him here, do you?” Toki rolled his eyes. It was just a harmless prank compared to what Sorin had done, at least in his opinion, but he should have known better than to keep arguing with Yuuki. ”If you go untie him, he’ll know you were in on it. “