Would You Shut Up? "And after Turont, we'll move over the base in Ismeer, but we won't completely wipe that out. We still happen to need their source of fertile soil. That much we can handle without the people running around screaming their heads off. After Ismeer, let's just travel to Bae since Gerotate is pretty much out of the picture..." Wari half listened to what Hitake was saying anymore. It was the same old war plan thing that had been going on for the past week or so, yet they hadn't made the slightest move to advance any of the towns mentioned. Gerotate was supposedly the first town to go, but every time Wari got itchy for the thrill of killing and destroying the town, plans got back tracked and he was found at the odd end of the war table again. Hitake, however, took pride in his speeches, because they seemed to have gotten longer and longer each time Wari heard them. Everyone else around the table seemed to be listening intently. All but Wari, who, at the time, took a look out the window beside him. Nagi was nothing more than a thriving land of few colors. Every tiny little person he saw walking around were dressed in black, grey, and even green. The few people that wore red were a part of the Nagisma, just like Wari. He brought his auburn eyes down to his own white, black, and red rimmed suit. The outfit made him nothing like the Nagisma. He didn't give a damn about their plans, their future, or their paradise. He just had skills that were good for something other than landing him in some kind of prison. Even those couldn't hold Wari for long; he was a tough one. "Wari. Is that understood?" Hitake's voice reached his ears but nothing but his eyes moved. He looked over to the man with the long green hair expressionless. Once the two exchanged glances, Hitake immediately knew that Wari was paying no attention to the meeting whatever, his prize being a hard glare from Hitake. "You do understand that we need you to scout the city because you are the quickest among yes, correct?" "Obviously." Some people at the table snickered at Wari's comment, but Hitake remained unphased. "Then we need you to go there. Now. Scan out Gerotate. Make sure there are no potential threats or barriers getting in the way of our rise. And try doing it without any sight seeing this time." A couple of more snickers sounded before Wari stood from the table, shoving his chair back and making a loud shriek. Hitake glared some more as Wari walked out, but he couldn't bare looking into Wari's red eyes for long. No one really could.