Liz’ eyes drifted away from her screen. It was a brief action that had her two orbs lining up with the sand before quickly returning. Then after a brief pause they rose and looked again as if confirming she saw what she thought she saw. But this only caught her attention for the briefest of time again before she looked back at her screen.
It was not if she was not curious. The complete opposite. If she could she would have swiped and finger and pressed a few buttons to begin the process of analyzing the floating specks. That would not be possible though, not as she strived to continue her analysis of the dark cave.
The younger woman’s magic was not as impressive as some would say. The processing power of it was wanting. While she could scan anything she wanted, and use it to detect dangers, this all required time. This was why she wanted them to take this slow. It was also why she spent much of her time now watching the screen and tapping away at it every so often.
”I’ll.. I’ll try. Just.. Just give me a moment.” Her brows drooped as she said this. It was obvious this work was stressing her, but it was not as if there were other options. Truth be told, she did not know how her magic worked. If there was a way to speed it up, that was far beyond her limited understanding.
”Alright I’m getting something. It says.. Hm..” She bit her lower lip as she scanned the device. A line was being drawn in front of her, and careful inspection revealed that the lines did well to illustrate the positions of the walls to her sides and the two people in her party. But this line just barely moved faster than they were. She could not see a destination, but as the lines were drawn she began to see some examples of deadends.
”Up ahead. There is a fork. To the right it goes about ten feet and then it stops. Head to the left. The left.” To illustrate what she was saying she pointed with her right arm towards the left.
”This thing aint picking up on any traps, but don’t start thinking we’re safe.”