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"I don't know if you've noticed, but there is a large storm cloud overhead. I can't fly in that," she said, pouting a little.

"Oh, get out the way," I muttered, pushing past her. I concentrated and the cloud above parted, leaving a clear space. I pulled my foot up and smashed it into the ground, pushing off as hard as I could, propelling myself upwards with air. I looked around, and spotted Sophie towards the west, as Cale had thought. I dived down and stood next to her.

"I'll take care of them," I said, ringing the experiments with fire and lightning. I grabbed Sophie's arm and ran, it wasn't hard, she was faster than me but I had air to help. We were back with Cale ad Sky in less than a minute.

I was glad Sky wasn't a mind reader, some of the things I thought at her were not nice. From the look on Cale's face, she was thinking similar if not worse things.

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