It had been 12 days. Now, to anyone else, 12 days wasn't too bad. 12 days was only the beginning, and while it was also still the beginning for Jenna Oswald and her little 'squad' of people, it was a hell of one. War was hell, in general, but she thought it fair to say that this, currently, was much worse than any war that other people had fought in. That may sound a bit odd, and maybe a bit over-dramatic and arrogant, but it was true. If it wasn't true, she wouldn't even think it. She was also sure everyone currently with her agreed. Or would agree. They were trying to be as silent as possible at the moment, so she wasn't about to spout some nonsense about how this war was the absolute worst. They'd give her looks before their inevitable demise at the hands of the enemies. You know, the ones that kept getting back up. That's what made the war horrible; you couldn't seem to keep the opposition down. At first, she hadn't noticed. Day 1 and day 2? She just assumed she hadn't shot them in the right place. But, it kept on happening. She shot someone in the head. They fell. Then, they got back up and kept going. Then, a clean shot to the chest. Same thing happened, with little to no difference in the sequence of events. It was on day 6 that she had decided that wow, this probably isn't normal. So, she had called for backup. Unfortunately, the back up she called realized the same thing, and said sorry, we can't actually do that right now, you'll have to wait a while and find a area free of these things. It was bullshit, in her opinion. They-being her and her squad-would probably die before they could find a place like that. That didn't stop her from searching, though. Which leads her to present moment. She was sitting behind the remains of a building, listening for any sign that the 'things' were here. She didn't hear anything currently, but that meant nothing. She would have to wait at least a solid 10 minutes before she could be sure. Otherwise, she ran the risk of getting everyone killed, and that was a decidedly not good thing to do. As she waited, she reloaded her gun, just in case she needed it when they tried to get to the next camp point.