Andrew sighed. He hadn't thought about that. "Okay, we're escaping together. I don't think we can all swim underwater together with only two sighted people. Kay, I'm going to leave the decision up to you. Do you want me to try to find the room above us, or scout out the tunnel? One or the other. I'm not giving you a third option."
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Kay chewed on her thumb nail. "I don't know." She said with a sigh. "You choose or flip a coin for it. I don't really care either way it's not like things can get much worse."
Arielle sighed softly. "At this point, I honestly wouldn't care either way. I'm blind, and I'm certain this isn't the worst thing I'll experience during this show. Whichever we decide, I'll do my best to get us out of here alive." she murmured quietly to the group.
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Andrew thought for a moment. "Uh, it's going to be really hard to try and get a bunch of blind teenagers through an underwater tunnel. I'm going to look for the room above us."
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Arielle nodded. "Alright, I think that'll work out better for us at the moment. If we do regain our sight and are faced with another oppurtunity, then the underwater tunnel may be the best option." she murmured, sighing softly. She just wanted to get out of here, she was sick of being punished for no reason.
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Nate stood by, listening to the plans. It couldn't be this easy. Go through a random underwater tunnel and you'll be free. He didn't want to make his own plans, though. Their idea was as good as whatever his would be.