"Ren? Are you alright?" Anette asked, trying to read the silent expression left on the Captain's face. Anette gently rested her hand on Ren's shoulder, trying to get her attention.
"So, Redtown huh?" Ren's eyebrows furrowed. Still staring without actually looking at anything. Her attentiveness vanished. All she was left with were her thoughts barreling in her mind. Tumbling one over another, getting mixed up and confused.
Ren quickly stood up, her eyes wide and determined. She opened the door of her living quarters and walked out onto the main deck. Nico met her stare as she ran to the wheel and turned it sharply towards the east. "Get ready boys, we're going to Redtown!"
"Aye aye Captain!" Went the crew as they hoisted the man sale and prepared for journey.
Nico frowned as he studied the captain's shift in mood. He went up to Anette and asked, "Do you know why the Captain wants to travel to Redtown?"
"Well," Anette hesitated. "That is where her father's murderer stayed for a while. I told her that myself."
"You what?" Nico's voice grew shaky. His attitude was now stern but nervous. "No, no, you shouldn't have told her. Why would you tell her that, ya bloody fool!"
"I heard that from my people and I thought she should know. I didn't know that I couldn't tell her. So you don't have to call me a fool." Anette angrily turned away from Nico. She looked over to Captain Ren, who was focused on where she needed to be. Anette tried to think of reasons on why this was a bad thing, however couldn't think of any. Ren looked as though a new sense of life had taken her over.
"I know, I know. Ya didn't know." Nico apologized begrudgingly. "I should really tell you what happened last time she tired to search for her father killer. . ."