“The next player, the second person from the middle of the red couch” Yuffie looked up from the piece of paper she held in her hands. “I think, that would be you.” She grabbed your hand and brought you back up to the center of the room. “Okay, go ahead and pick.”
You nodded and placed your hand inside Yuffie's hat. “There sure is a lot of stuff in here.” Not wanting to take up to much time, you grabbed something near by. You weren't sure what you picked, even after you had lifted it from the hat. It was a small vial with a strange green liquid in it. “What, exactly am I holding?”
“It's mothers DNA, or a replica of it.” Kadaj walked towards you, an almost wicked grin covering his face. “My brothers and I have been working on a way to reproduce mothers DNA for quite a while now. We're getting very close.”
“Yeah, that's... Cool and all, but you two should get in the closet. Your weird conversation is taking up everyone’s time.” Yuffie started shoving you both in the direction of the closet. “Get, in, that, closet!” Once you were both in the closet Yuffie quickly saluted and shut the door on you both.
“She's rather rude, I'll have to make sure to punish her first.” Kadaj laughed wickedly. “But for now.” He quickly shoved you to the floor and hovered over you. “I think I'll find where your allegiances are.”
Kadaj dropped his face to yours and kissed you roughly. You tried to move free from him but he immediately stopped you, holding your arms above your head. “Nu uh uh. No squirming now my dear. Do remember that I have you alone, in a dark closet. I could do whatever I wanted to you.” He sent you a menacing grin. “I would behave if I were.”
“But, do you have to hold me so roughly?” You blushed from asking such an awkward question. But having your arms like this really wasn't very comfortable at all.
Kadaj looked you over, then nodded. “But if you try to leave again, I'll have to restrain you, and I won't be as gentle next time.” He slowly released your hands, waiting to see what your next move would be. You only laid there under him, not wanting to make him angry. “Well, you're rather obedient, aren't you?” Kadaj lowered himself to you once again and kissed your neck. “That's a rather important quality, you could be very useful to me.”
“Useful, how?” You tried not to let the fear in your voice show through.
“I'm running rather low on allies. You wouldn't be interested, would you?” Kadaj continued to kiss and nuzzle on your neck as he waited for your answer.
“W-well, I don't know. I don't really claim allegiance to anyone. I'm kind of neutral, you know?” You laughed awkwardly.
“No, I don't know.” He hovered over you again, an annoyed look on his face. “You're either for us, or against us, there is no in between. And between you and me, I think it would be in your best interest for you to be for us at this point.” Kadaj's grin was menacing, as if warning you of the consequences of saying no.
“O-oh, I see. Well then.” You cleared your throat. “Since you're the only one to ever ask me, I suppose I'm with you.”
“Good choice.” Kadaj stood, helping you up and walking you both out of the closet. “Come brothers, we've gained a new ally. Our work here is done for the time being.” Yazoo and Loz quickly stood, following you and Kadaj out.
“Well crap. That wasn't supposed to happen.” Yuffie slumped over. “I guess we're going to need some security up in here.”