"What are you talking about?" Gantz's tone was getting more and more malicious with each passing second. "How would Red get infected? Why would she get infected?" He was starting to get really scared by now.
Lilia shook her head looking distressed. "Jesus fucking christ, how psycho IS that chick?!"
Deciding to investigate on this, Metal opened up an internet browser in his visor and look around. After a second of looking up the Final Fantasy Wiki he had his answer. "I can answer that. It says here on her bio entry at the Final Fantasy Wiki that Jihl was a commander of PSI-Com. Those guys were bad enough that they carted off the population of an entire city under the ruse that they'd send them somewhere else, only to hide that they were in fact going to slaughter the lot of them." He shook his head. "I can't be for sure, but it seems Jihl's crimes are even greater then that of her troops."
Gantz had never played Final Fantasy 13 extensively... but he didn't NEED to to know that much, and knowing who this Jihl was now? "Kavma.... ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR FUCKING MIND?!?!? What were you even thinking letting that psychotic bitch into Crystal Room in the first place?!?!?"
A 90's kid entering into this hard new era with little else then a bit of imagination, ingenuity and the ability to draw connections where few may see them.
Jaron, A.J., and Lucas were completely taken aback by Metal's explanation. "You let a psychopath be your Superior?!" Jaron demanded. "Are you nuts?"
Kavma gritted his teeth. "You weren't there when she died. Can you imagine having total devotion to your leader and homeland, only to find right before you're callously slaughtered that the one who led you was the exact same enemy you swore to fought? Her faith was completely shattered that day. I chose to give her a second chance. I gave her the chance to change. And she did, at first. It took time. She's been with us for eight years now. She may not be pleasant, but she knows better now. Or at least, that's what I thought." He pressed his hand onto his forehead, muttering, "What are you doing, Jihl?"
After a moment, as if it was an afterthought, he waved his hand at Metal. "I just deleted your internet browser. Be very thankful I don't reduce you to compost for pulling something like that."
As Metal complained, Jaron tapped Kavma on the shoulder. "What do you think Jihl is going to do with Red?"
Kavma shook his head. "I don't know. I told her that under no circumstances was she to harm her. What I don't understand is why she would take Red as soon as she left the mansion and not immediately inform me about it--"
"Uh, about that."
Kavma turned to A.J., who looked somewhat apprehensive. "Before we were--uh, warped--we all noticed that Red was missing. Most of us assumed she was somewhere in the house, but--"
"Are you saying that you believe that someone took her?" Kavma demanded.