IC (Koranga): Koranga's first blow missed, but not, he thought, by much. The Vortixx changed directions and sprung away again, but the Hirohi kept right on his tail. The Vortixx was quick, taking easy strides on long legs, but those, Koranga could match. The prisoner was injured and tender, while the Inquisitor was on a high of enhanced strength. Even without that, though, Koranga was no slouch. He had had plenty of experience chasing things: criminals, Disruptors, injured rahi, a certain mask... Nevertheless, he could run as well as most beings, though he might have given up a little experience to Velatin in that area.
He kept right on running, and, when it seemed like a good moment, he took another swing with a pain-powered arm.
OOC: Huh. Well, I guess it was too much to ask for a group of Disruptors to get anything done in an orderly fashion. And Taamaska has a point. Ah well, I'll give it one last crack.
IC (Dekuna): Dekuna absorbed all the sound in the room again, and then glared at the more raucous Disruptors until they closed their mouths. He then allowed only his own voice to sound in the room, while still silencing everyone elses'.
"I will allow you to speak again" he said icily, "When you shut up. Water is right - disorganisation has its benefits, it's why the Inquisition can't take us all out in one fell swoop, because most of us don't know what the others are doing. But it is also why we've never managed to shake the Worshippers' rule, or do anything else with lasting impact. We've never been able to do anything big, because we don't work together. And it's why, I believe, we need to change.
Take this opportunity for escape, for example. As a disorganised group, we can all go and investigate separately. Some of us might find a way out, or they might not. If any do, then they'll use it immediately and be gone. That leaves everyone else pretty much back where they started.
If, on the other hand, we do this together, as an organised group, then we can all help each other to get out. We can pool our knowledge, and, through that, make connections and discoveries that we could not make apart. It means that everyone has a greater chance of success, and, if we do find a way out, that everybody gets to use it. And I mean everybody! We could organise ourselves a way to evacuate the entire Map, not just us Disruptors.
I know that many of you are lone wolves, or just in this for the opportunity to cause trouble. Really, we're all here because we don't like taking orders, not from the Worshippers at least. What I need you to understand, though, is that being organised is not the same as acting like a bunch of mindless robots following orders. What it means is that we help each other out when we can, and that we involve others in our plans, sharing skills and knowledge. We can still go around causing trouble, but organisation means that anyone who starts a riot or destroy the well can count on someone else being nearby to watch their back, and that when someone hears a legend of a toa who disappeared from the Map, they tell everyone else so that we can all escape.
I know that any autocratic leadership would never work for the Disruptors, we're all too independent for that. When we set this up, you can be sure that order-giving will be kept to a minimum. In fact, let's not call it leadership at all. Let's have a Coordinator, someone who looks out for what everyone is doing and can link them up with others who could help with whatever it is. They wouldn't be telling anyone where to go and when or impinging on their freedom, though they could ask for help on some missions. I think that could work well for a group like us.
So now, what do you all say? You all came here tonight because you had at least some interest in coordinating your efforts, or being involved in others' plans. What I propose is more of the same, and would give you many advantages into the future, while taking nothing. Will you accept that?"
He dropped the silencing field.