Yoi came to the meeting spot an hour early she was up on what was left thats holding the roof up. She would fell a little asleep but when the door opened she quickly picked up her bow and forgetting that there was a meeting shot what ever was coming lucky for her Matilda and Serenity was pushing a deer in first so the dead deer was shot again. Then she jumped down to make sure nobody was hurt "sorry." She says pulling her hair in a ponytail then helped get the deer inside then pulled her arrow back out. "Nice kill, who shot it?"
Serenity looked over at Matilda. "She did, and it is a nice kill." she said, pausing for a moment as she climbed under the debris. A few more feet ahead of them was a concealed room that was hidden from view. It had some extra supplies hidden away inside, just in case they ran out or couldn't find anymore. Over the years, Serenity had set up several little rooms like this, but most were destroyed by whatever man-made force the Army could come up with. "Okay." she said, finally reaching the room and dusting off her cargo pants. "First things first, we need to find a way to keep the deer edible. It would be a pain to waste such a fine kill." Serenity looked around the room, then realized, if they wanted to keep the deer fresh, they were going to have to take it out of their safe place (after it was slaughtered, of course), and put it into one of the supermarkets freezers.
She sighed, then walked over to a table to the far right of her. "I have a plan on what to do with the deer, but it means we are going to have to multitask." she said, picked up a silver handed knife and handing it to Matilda. "Would you like to do the honors of skinning and gutting your deer while we also discuss our next plan of action?" Serenity looked at Yoi, then quickly added, "After that we can help you. It will be a lot easier that way."
Matilda twitched a bit every time they said fine kill. She didnt think killing was fine. She shivered when she was handed the knife. Okay. She replied, holding the knife as she studied the deer, not sure where to start. The deer was so beautiful... it would be a shame to end its beauty. But it would be a shame to let the deers life go to waist. Matilda wasnt sure where to cut the deer. She never got taught how. She decided to cut the deers body parts apart like you would cut a piece of paper with many shapes to cut out into squares so that cutting each piece would be easier. Blood spilled over the table as Matilda attempted to cut off a leg. It was easy once she managed to cut through the skin. However when she hit the bone the knife would go no further.
Serenity watched Matilda for a moment, then turned her attention to Yoi. "Of course I have a plan." she said, slightly condescending. "After Matilda gets done and we have the venison in a cool place, I have a variety of weapons hidden on the outskirts of town." Serenity watched Matilda slice the meat, then flinched slightly as the knife got stuck in the bone of the animal. She walked over to her friend and grasped the knife tightly. She slowly pulled it out, the metal grinding against the bone making an ear wretching noise. "I have a sharper knife if you need it." she said, motioning over to a small weapons rack that was in the corner of the room.
Serenity placed her focus, yet again on Yoi. "After we have the weapons, there is an nearby Army base that I think we can gain control of, and at least have a slight advantage against the government, even if it is a small one."
"STOP! STOP!" Matilda yelled, covering her ears at the screeching noise. She frowned and grabbed the knife and jabbing it into the table so it would stay still. "It's not the knife... I think I'm doing it wrong." Matilda told Serenity. "Is the computer still working? If so, I can google how to do this." Matilda asked.
Yoi walked over to Matilda grabbing the knife "sounds like a plan" She says cutting into the meat of the deer. Then she grabbed a plate placing the meat on the plate then ask Matilda "If you cant cut it at least wash and bag it."
Serenity flinched at the tone of Yoi's words and walked over to a laptop. "It still works, but it looks as if you won't need it." she said, keeping her voice calm, yet authoritive. She walked over to the weapons wrack and pulled several large plastic bags away from the weapons. "The meat can go in these bags. When we finish cutting the meat away, we can take it to the store and put it in the freezer." she said, handing one of the mastic bags to Matilda and laying the other next to Yoi. She started picked up the deer meat carefully and placing it in the bag. The meat felt lean, yet squishy in her hands. Even though the deer had been dehydrated, the meat was plentiful and decent looking. Not soon after, she filled her bag and sat it next toward the entrance of the building.
Blood spilt everywhere on the deer after Yoi took a chunk out of it. She quickly googled how to skin a deer because she wanted to respect the deer and do it properly. Plus, she liked doing things the right way. She took the knife from Yoi and slit the Deers neck, draining the blood into a bucket the right way, She began to peel the Deers skin with the knife. "We can use this to make stuff for the shelter." She told them. Meet and organs spilt out of the deer's skeleton once the skin was removed. She took the chunk of tender meet attached to skin from Yoi and skinned it as well. Then she put the meet with the rest of it and stored the skin. Next she sorted the meet into one bucket and the organs into another. "We can use the bones to make weapons." She told them as she cleaned the waisted blood.
(No... Matilda just did it the proper way... Didnt you read my post?
Im sorry about this confusion. But I read somewhere how to properly skin a deer. I knew how, Matilda didnt. Thats why I made her cut it wrong in the first place. I needed her to learn. But then your characters interjected and cut the deer in a way I knew was wrong. So I had to make her learning process speed up by making her use google. Now that she skinned and sorted the deer, Yoi Cant skin whats already skinned. So wouldnt she just bag the meat that Matilda already sorted?
Im sorry that I sound critical and bossy... I need to work on not making plains for the roleplays Im in because whenever I make plains someone else has a different plan that interferes with mine.)