"Sore," Jerry grumbled. Under Veo's prodding she let go of her tail for it to be examined.
"How does something that small bite so hard?", Veo started rubbing cloth on the wound to clean it, the area around Jerry's tail had turned red instead of blue from the blood. "Good thing it doesn't have teeth."
Veo nodded and left the tent, leaving the two and the turtle in the tent. "We've gotta figure out how to move the turtle then," Jerry sighed as she got up to fold up the bed. "I guess there'd be room on the cart." She led Asta and the turtle outside the tent before folding that up as well, pocketing the cards. "POLI!"
"Don't worry about the top." Jerry had a dress, so just her arms and legs were missing. "Don't push yourself." She picked up the lockbox and looked around, "Is there room for a dragon turtle on that cart?", she called to the others.
Jerry rolled her eyes, "Shuffle, right now is not the time to play." With the turtle depositied and nose booped, with a piece of food to keep it occupied, Jerry made her way back to Asta and climbed into the saddle. "Alright, let's go!"
"It is about time," Joanne grumbled, "Ahead is a long winding tunnel, we will have to move single file. It would be best if Asta were in front."
Niudisa shook her head. "If we can't mark the paths taken, we'll have to go through it slowly. Backtracking with the carts would be a major pain, so it might be best for them to wait when the path splits while the rest of the group figures out the right way to go."