Squeezing Flamara's shoulder gently, Ara moved over to the stricken-looking Hola. She jumped when she saw him, but relaxed when she saw who it was. Ara snickered and nudged her, telling her it was alright.
"Don't worry about it Hola. It wasn't too bad. We just don't know what sort of things this house can throw at us, so we were worried you might be in trouble. Sorry for freaking you out, we were just nervous for you. Come on, I think Kathryn's going to explain some of this mess. Maybe then we can stop jumping at our own shadows."
Either that or we'll just start jumping at them more. I have a sneaking suspicion that this house is more than it seems.
Let's just hope we don't get on it's bad side.
With that, Ara leaned back against the wall beside Hola and waited. And prayed that nothing else tried to attack them in the meantime.