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Helen Magnus (
2017-05-15 10:04 am (UTC)
She had been waiting in the cookhouse mostly because she had been dying for a cup of tea and the infirmary had remained empty for quite some time. Her radio was with her, however, should the need arise for her services. If there was one face she was looking forward to seeing, it belonged to Sherlock Holmes.
"Mr Holmes," Helen said quietly at his mutter as she held a cup of tea in her hands approximately a table and chair to his left. With the way he was reacting, she went for the obvious.
Given his absence, she had gathered that he had been in the mainframe when the game cube had descended. It made the most sense. Helen had her own first change in the fact that her eyes were a striking, incredible blue, the kind that gave off a soft glow in the dark. Even now they were quite vivid. Helen was still startled when she caught her reflection in the mirror.
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