((Sorry about the late response, my internet had been down for nearly a week and then I got busy writing notes for my story.))
Corona thought about the different perspectives of the races and the consequences of her choices. "Well I've always been loyal to my kind. We've suffered a lot at the hands of humans for hundreds of years. So we, and I mean the horde, tend to be very vengeful about that. It's why we kill humans, to keep our kind from getting hurt by them ever again. Though I guess maybe the humans have the right to protect themselves? Maybe I could like watch the scene for a bit, see what's going on and why my kind is attacking them before I jump in."
Atlas looked at Axle and replied, "Good idea; I'll do what I can." Her friend's recovery should take priority; the Luco business would have to come later. She went over to the nurse and asked, "Hey uh, anything I can do to help?" The brunette wasn't sure what she could do since she had basically no expertise in the medical field.
The nurse pondered her thoughts as to what the Solomese could do. Then she requested, "I suppose you could bring over a bottle of water and a snack. He might wake up hungry and thirsty. Maybe the sight of food will calm him down when he wakes up."
Atlas replied, "Okay, got it. But where do I find them?" The nurse gave her directions to the food tent. Atlas left the infirmary and went on her way to the food tent, following what she heard from the nurse. Soon, she got there and found a man in charge of the tent. She asked him, "Hey, you got a water bottle and something to snack on?"
The man replied, "Sure, I got a bag of cookies, if that's what you're looking for. He opened a box and took out a small cookie bag. Then he went to a bigger blue & white box and opened its lid. He took a water bottle from it and then handed the two items to the woman. "Here you go!"
"T-thanks," Atlas replied. She was not used to dealing with racist humans in a friendly manner. Any other time, she would have just shunned them and refuse to have anything to do with them. But she needed to interact with them for Axle's sake and Shadow Wind's. The bottle felt cold on the hand she was holding it with. The humans always did like to have their drinks cool. She carried the food back to the infirmary and told the nurse, "Okay got them, where do you want me to put them?"
The nurse told her, "Right on this stand here." She patted the flat surface of the stand.
Atlas put the bag and bottle there before asking, "Anything else?"
The nurse answered, "That's it, I suppose." With nothing else to do, the Solomese went to see another bed and watch Axle from here. She hoped everything the nurse did for him would help.
One of the horde members went to go get a healer dragon. The sisters looked at Yopple, wondering what had happened to him and how he got that nasty wound. Danielle asked her sister, "What happened?"
Kylie shook her head, "I dunno."