"Rick," she started but she sighed slightly in defeat, he seemed to be rather determined, but the thought that something could happened to him when she left him behind always swayed her decision, at least she could keep an eye on him, "Fine…" she said after a moment.
"How about this, We’ll go with you, we can split whatever we find and then go our separate ways," Kevin told him his eyes flicking, to Rick. It was the male that seemed to be more apprehensive. The female seemed relaxed and unworried. Which was a little odd, she had a certain amount of confidence that you didn’t see often with the world in this state. Then she seemed agitated.
"So, you’re gonna walk that teenage girl into a town full of walkers and hellhounds?" Faith glared.
"I’m not leavin’ her alone," Kevin countered, "Besides I taught her how to shoot, she’ll be okay."
Faith relented, it wasn’t her business, but killing the hellhounds was. When it seemed she left the subject alone Kevin looked back to Rick, “We’ve got more weapons, and she…uh…seems to know what she’s doing, it’ll work out better if we work together and you know it.”
He was glad she had decided against arguing with him. It seemed like they were doing a bit too much of that anyways. But then the other guy spoke and he could only listen to the plan, his jaw set tensely and his eyes on no one in particular. He was worried. Worried because this group could have their hands dabbling in anything. Worried because that town was probably not safe. And worried because he knew that Faith was going to do something that he wished she hadn’t.
""It’ll be better." Rick mused, lowering his eyes and contemplating. That gave them more protection, offered them more security and gave him and a Faith a better chance at surviving. They were stock full of weapons, he was right. Could he really turn that down?
There wasn’t anything else to do but nod. He was right, the plan was right. They weren’t going to be doing anything but work together, leave each other’s side and head their own way once that town was clear out.
"Alright. We work together." Rick replied with a nod, looking up at the man who had spoken. His eyes drifted to Faith, searching her eyes and hoping that she didn’t feel like this was a wrong move. "We leave now?"