You'd lost yourself.
You'd allowed your instinctive guard to drop; allowed both your physical and mental capabilities to dull down into a low and useless amount of comprehension over this current situation. To put such an endless stream of worries, questions, and mixed thoughts into a way that you could wrap your mind around- it was simply impossible. So much was conflicting with your scales of purity and common sense; there was no time to create a lengthy explication of your predicament.
However, you realized- albeit your mind was in a scramble- a few things.
One; from your ankles to the area above your waist, there was a sharp pain that resembled a cramp, although this 'cramp' was much more painful than the average one. It ravaged around your thighs, progressively growing weaker the further from that area that it traveled.
Two; this room was not your own, nor was it a room you'd ever found yourself to be familiar with. It was completely and utterly unknown to you.
The whole sp...