IC: Sigrun was relieved when the Shadowling left. She wasn't scared of him, not exactly, but his presence had made her very uneasy. She laid down on the hard stone and closed her eyes. It was time to gather her thoughts and concentrate. The guard that had been watching her had left for a moment, but Sigrun decided not to do anything disruptive. It wouldn't help her, it would only anger her captors. Sigrun blocked out the world around her and tried to use her Sight. Unfortunately, as she had assumed, the entire area was heavily Obfuscated. It was a waste of time to try, but Sigrun had nothing else to do, so she focused on it. Either they had a very skilled team, or a very, very, very skilled individual handling the Obfuscation. But Sigrun had time to wait for a tiny slip-up.
As her mind probed at the invisible 'barrier', Sigrun heard the guard reentering. He knocked something on the bars. Sigrun opened her eyes and looked up at him. He had a glass of water in his hand, which he was offering to her. Sigrun stood up, walked over, and took it. No need to be obstinate. Might as well drink it up. Sigrun put the glass to her lips and took two gulps. She really was extremely thirsty. She set the glass down and suddenly felt very odd. Sigrun put her back to the wall and slid down. Her head felt tight, and she was so tired.
A few hours later, Sigrun awoke. She rubbed her eyes and let out a sigh. Except...she couldn't see. Anything. Her hand reached out, and she felt the wall. It was much colder than the one in her cell. Wherever she was, it was very small. Sigrun stood up and touched both walls at the same time. She tried to think, but her mind felt feeble. Sigrun sat back down and rubbed her eyes. She couldn't see a guard, but she knew one must have been there, somewhere. "Hello! I'm ready to talk now!" Sigrun shouted. Whatever this room was, she wanted out of it, now. Hopefully she could get out on good behavior, but Sigrun doubted that.
OOC: I feel like I should've put more, but I couldn't think of anything else. Edit: Added it in.
IC: It had all been such a blur. One second they were marching, and the next...just chaos. Sigrun had barely done anything before the whole army was blown apart. She had been preparing a mind shield, but then everything went black. She must have been one of the first ones out.
Sigrun's eyes forced themselves open. Her head felt horrible, and something just felt wrong. As her eyes adjusted, Sigrun realized that something was, indeed, very wrong. She was in a prison cell, and she could feel the presence of another. She looked up and recoiled slightly. A Shadowling.
"Whatever you want with me, you should know now that you will not get it." Sigrun spat. "I am sure you have other prisoners to interrogate, Shadowling. Occupy yourself with them, I am sure they will be easier to draw information from." Sigrun's eyes were sharper than daggers, and now more than ever, she wished for destructive powers. She stood up, fortunately the cell was large enough to accommodate that, and stared at the Shadowling. "I have nothing more to say." she snapped.