"You dont owe me anything at all," Amara replied to Fujin, "I am doing this to help 'Red'." Although she came across as being rather cold, Amara didnt mean to. She was distraught by the sight of this poor girl, who like her seemed to have no memories. This deeply saddened Amara, she didnt want anyone else to ever have to go through the confusion and sadness that she goes through every day because of her lack of memories. The girl suddenly began to speak, interrupting Amaras chain of depressing thoughts, "Pick up pace..." Amara shook her head, the single tear which had trickled on to her cheek flew off of her and onto the ground below. "Come on then!" Spoke Amara, shifting Reds weight to a more comfortable position on her shoulder. "You got it Red, we need to pick up the pace so we can get you to some sort of shelter before the storm starts." Fujin was right, a storm was coming and if they didn't hurry up soon they would be caught up in the middle of it with a girl who could barely move.
Red looked straight ahead, before lifting up her left foot, and slamming it into the ground. As Red did this Amara felt herself being pulled away from the girl by Fujin. Red's face was emotionless as it was when Amara had first seen it- like she had just seen a ghost. Suddenly she leaped forward sending sand and dust flying behind her as she ran, pounding into the sand with her feet one after another some how boosting her momentum. "Come'on Amara let's move it!" Said Fujin before chasing after Red, somehow producing streams of air from his limbs as he ran.
Amara set off after Fujin ans Red, Haku had also appeared by her side and was running towards the nearby forest. Amaras movements were sleek and graceful, as they had been for as long as she could remember when it came to pushing her body. As the two caught up with the other two they heard a crashing noise- Red had slammed into a tree. Due to her weight and force she crashed straight through it however the second tree she ran into stopped her completely. Amara reached out to grab her as she fell backwards to the floor but she was too far away, her had grabbed the air a meter away from Red's head.
"That looked like it hurt..." Said Fujin after nealing down by the girls side.
"Ow..." Red replied, earning a small sympathetic smile from Amara who was stood up next to her looking down on them both.
"Yep thought so..." Fujin said sighing as he grabbed Red's hand and pulled her up. "Come'on Red your going to be fine after all you just ran through an oak tree. But regardless of that fact are you okay?"
"We can tend to whatever wounds she has later, right now our main concern is getting her out of the incoming storm and-" As Amara spoke the sky rumbled and rain suddenly crashed through the canopy of trees and began to soak the group, the groud started to soften as the dirt soaked up the water. "We need to hurry! I think there is an Inn on the other side of this forest, if I remember correctly?" She looked at Haku who nodded in confirmation, "Lets go, lead the way Haku, I'll help Fujin with Red."
And with that Haku sprinted off through the trees in front of them.