A sᴍᴀʟʟ ɢʀᴀssʏ ᴄʟᴇᴀʀɪɴɢ ɴᴇᴀʀ ᴛʜᴇ ᴏᴜᴛsᴋɪʀs ᴏꜰ Bᴀsᴇ Cᴀᴍᴘ, ᴛʜᴇ ᴛʀᴇᴇs ᴘʀᴏᴠɪᴅᴇ ᴀ ʟɪᴛᴛʟᴇ sʜᴀᴅᴇ. Iᴛs ᴀ ɴɪᴄᴇ ǫᴜɪᴇᴛ ᴘʟᴀᴄᴇ ᴛᴏ ɢᴇᴛ ᴀᴡᴀʏ ꜰʀᴏᴍ ᴛʜᴇ ʜᴜsᴛʟᴇ ᴏꜰ ᴄᴀᴍᴘ ꜰᴏʀ ᴀ ꜰᴇᴡ ʜᴏᴜʀs.
(( Sounds perfect! I also added a little bit of fluff cause i'm excited and can't ever wait))Isa huffed slightly in good-humored annoyance when Katie told him off for being concerned about her leg, causing him to roll his eyes and reach out to playfully push the girl’s shoulder. “It’s my job to worry Kat” he replied, glancing over at her with a sheepish look. Isaac knew he was over-protective of the Legacy crew, much to everyone’s annoyance, but he just could not turn off that side of him and it only worsened after his father’s death. Death wasn’t fair, and Isa learned young into his medic career that dancing with death as often as he did, had a cost. Pulling people away from that edge had a cost. One he was willing to pay to insure other’s lives. What is a little lost sleep or self-sacrifice in exchange for someone’s else life? However, Isa also knew that often the injuries around the base camp were not life threatening and rarely came close and his worry wasn’t welcomed. But Isa also buried too many of his friends that night of the crash. He viewed each of their deaths as a personal failure and he didn’t know how many more he could take. The medic sighed, while running a hand down his face, his pale skin coloring back to his normal tint slowly while sitting in the warming sun. He huffed again when he glanced over to Katie and it didn’t seem like she was listening to him, sprawled out in the sun. Isa found a slight bit of jealousy ping inside him as he saw the easy nature the girl appeared to have. He found his eyebrows raising in astonishment when the girl was able to spout out his whole speech, fully expecting her to be drowning him out at some point. “Very impressive” he smirked, secretly glad he hadn’t bored her too much. Isa watched as she moved out of the sun. Now facing him, with the sun behind her, her whole frame held a soft glow that made her seem angelic. Again, he was quiet for a moment, regarding the girl as she seemingly did the same to him. He marveled at the strange mistress time was, and how changed he felt from young boy he had been when he first met the twins back on the ISC Ship. Realizing for the first time, how beautiful his companion looked in that moment.Shaking his head to rid himself of the strange notion, Isa found himself glancing in the general direction Katie was pointing out, her scouting skills homed in the thick wilds, effortlessly knowing where different locations where. While Isa also wasn’t completely daft to the world outside his med bay, he again found himself impressed at the shear space the earth’s surface held. He listened to her explanations closely, feeling better and better about being away from the infirmary the longer it was fine without him. His eyes lit up when she mentioned a river near by before he tore away his gaze to turn it towards a small bracelet on his arm. While not a big jewelry guy, Isa did wear a single braided bracelet on his left wrist. He reached out and started to play with it, a nervous habit, twisting it around and around on his wrist. He had remembered the day he was given the simple string adornment fondly. Ellie was one of first patients in his medic residency back when he was barely a teen himself, a girl with a severe case of cancer. She had made him the three-strand bracelet during one of her treatments that Isa often sat with her for. The first two strings were the pair’s favorite colors, purple and green respectfully, while the blue string was a representation of Ellie’s greatest love, the ocean. He could still remember watching all kinds of documentaries with the young girl about various sea life meant to teach the drop ship about what to expect back on earth. He had admired the girl’s deep love of something she only saw in pictures. She would have been one of the youngest members on the Drop-ship had she made it. He had vowed to her to find the ocean and build sand castles with her once she got better. A fact he had forgotten until that moment. His face turned downhearted for a moment.Pulled out of his thoughts by Katie’s voice a minute later, his eyes flashed back to her face when she mentioned that a set of cliffs were nearby, his face morphing into distaste softly. Knowing that Katie would not be content in just looking at cliffs, and hearing tales of others making a competition of scaling the rocky surface, Isa was hesitant. In an attempt in to be less overbearing, Isa held in the warning about the dangers of free climbing that was forming on his tongue, even though it was difficult. Rolling his eyes at the girl’s little dig at his jokes, Isa grinned back at the girl. “I wasn’t mocking you Kat… Just commenting about how you got into a fight with something that can’t move or talk” Isa joked, although he tilled his head to the side a moment later “…okay, okay…I was mocking you” Isa chimed, grin growing larger. The field was also an attractive place since Isa heard tales of a certain rabbit that was hanging around, much to the chagrin of the Botanists and the trail of chewed crops it left in its wake. Weighing his options, Isa decided to take a page out of Katie’s book for once and truly find out what the large water planet had to offer. “Maybe we can stop by the river?” Isa asked with an eager tone to his voice.
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