"So you don't care about what just happened to your friend?" Maxine asked curiously as she looked at Enrique.
"Hm?" Enrique asked, then looked at Ellery. "Oh, hey, you okay, man?" He looked back at the nurse. "I find that death isn't very scary once you actually see him. It's more the suspense, I think."
"Ha I lit mine on fire already." Dirk laughed. "So yeah I'm done."
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"Mine was...trampled," Jared stated while scratching the back of his head in embarrassment.
"He's not dead," Maxine shook her head. "I just injected him with a sort of flu shot, if you beat me then I'll turn him back," she pointed out. The cards began to turn back to their face down position and began to shift around the table on their own at a great speed, making it hard to pinpoint where the'd end up.
Camille looked. "Cherry? I'm allergic to that." She said, giving it back. "Do you have apple or lemon? Those are the only one I;m not allergic to."
"Aaannd, done!" Calvin said, slapping his paper on the desk. "Whew, that was mentally tiring."
"That's because you're physically tired, you musclebound oaf." Camille laughed.
"Oh, okay then. So how do we play?" Enrique said. He had a pretty good memory of what the cards were. He had practiced memorizing such things so he could use his power to copy maps.
"I think that's...Three left?" Enker said, scratching his head. He never was good at counting.
"It's a basic game of memory," Maxine stated. "Your goal is to get a pair of each number or each type of card as you know cards are divided into four different sets, clubs, spades, diamonds and hearts your goal is to gather a pair with a similar quantity and in turn you get points depending on what those two cards add up, it doesn't matter what type of card it is as long as they're similar in number," she explained. "The winner is not the one with the most pairs but the one with the most points even if you get a lot of pairs if I get more points accumulated I still win."
"Huh. Maybe it's fate? I'm really good at remembering things..." Enrique said, flipping over a six of spades. "And I have really good reflexes." He continued, flipping a six of diamonds. "Is there a time limit, or am I competing with you, or what?"
"I'm done." Daphne handed hers in.
"Mines that pile of ash in the corner." Dirk remarked.
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"You may play until you get one wrong," Maxine stated.
OOC: You can't have him get all the cards in one go though.
Cooper wasn't sure exactly what was going on but he kept quiet for a moment, looking at Ellery with a worried look. Cards were never his strongest suit, of course that made another thing he wasn't prepared for, he wondered if the other tests would be something he could do. He waited to see it begin and watched Enrique do it, it was probably best he did it over Cooper he thought.
"No, because a king is worth 10 points while a 3 is worth only three," she stated. "The suits don't matter as long as you get cards with the same quantity."
Blake and Alban had admittedly never played a card game in their lives, but Alban decided to speak up. "If he screws up, I'm going next. At the least, it gives me something to do besides just sitting here." He got the feeling that Blake would've tried throwing his hat into the ring, but knowing Blake, he probably wouldn't have fared well.
"Philistines." Zephyr sighed out, rolling up her test and handed it to the teacher after using a claw as a writing utensil.
"Here." Trey said, having done the same, only with the blade of his war spear.