Nobody bothered to let her know what stop they were at, but she caught the number as they sped past the last stop. "Well, there goes our opportunity to let the passengers off," she grumbled. She was trying to think of ways to get them to their destination without anyone being on the train, but couldn't think of a way since someone killed the conductor. She glared at Green, believing it to be his fault because, after all, if he hadn't attacked, then the conductor wouldn't've attacked, and Apis wouldn't've attacked, and then conductor would be alive. "Throdun," she began. "Or actually, anyone on the train. Apis can you relay this? Can anyone think of a way to get these passengers off the train? We're about to enter the warehouse district and I don't know how we're gonna keep them out of whatever battle the warehouse people are dealing with,
or how to get them to their final destinations without their lives being majorly inconvenienced or ended." She cheered at the succession of the next few events that Apis relayed, and wished everyone luck getting across the burning train of death.