It was up to Lakoda to tell him what she wished. As much as Everette wanted to jump in and say something to defend her, it wasn't his decision to make, this was something she would have to face herself. Conrad tried to defend Lakoda, but Everette doubted it was a sufficent answer. As long as it kept him off their backs for a while however he would be happy. Everette felt Lakoda squeezing his hand and held her firm, not willing to let go, not when she was clearly so shaken still over this entire ordeal. "Perhaps I can make a mirrored copy of myself to follow this voice next time it is heard. We can spy on it from a safe distance and there will be no harm done, but perhaps a chance to glimpse what this is." It wasn't a full plan, but it was at least a start of one, and they always needed a starting place. Information was good, but at times it could be ill remembered, getting a little information themselves would also prove beneficial to their goals.