I had hoped to be long dead before being in a place like this again. Seems as if they took my cyanide pill from my tooth while I was unconscious. Well on the upside at least I've managed to avoid being tortured for now, seems the higher ups are only interested in the inquisition.
Having said that, we were almost immediately bought by the haemonculi, and my "allies" wanted nothing more than to buddy up to them and give them ideas. Somehow they were surprised when this backfired and one of them got stabbed in the arm. Idiot, she should know, she's one of us after all.
We have since "escaped" the haemonculi, would have preferred a little more planning in advance but they finally decided to bring us down to play. Having one of those things, let alone a haemonculi, touch me is far more than I'm willing to suffer. However this escape put us right into the arms of the incubi and, well to be honest I don't know much about them other than they like murder and supposedly have a sense of honour, but they're still Dark Eldar and quite frankly I don't want to be around long enough to take notes.
But anyway, if we're going to hop from one prison to another I may as well get to know my old cellmates.
The Eldar – A ponce, the reason we're in this new breed of Dark Eldar hell, managed to convince some Incubi that he was an initiate too and that the haemonculi captured him unfairly, hope they never talk about that. Never met an Eldar before, I wonder if they all have that need for blood or if he's just a freak.
Nuella – The other Hybrid, can't believe how naive they are considering, must of been one of those slaves that were groomed by her "superiors". Good at tech at least, needs to learn how to stop talking.
Illidin – Tech-priest, got to keep his mechanical bits by being a coward and a snitch. Really needs to learn how to stop talking.
Fyr – Short stocky guy, good at sneaking, knows how to keep quiet, making him the most competent member of the team.
Oh and there's Silvanto Quin of course. Managed to drag him with us to the Incubi's Palace. Seemed very angry when hung up there and would refuse to die despite how much blood was coming out, not gonna pretend to understand that but quite frankly I don't need to, I just know it'll be useful. Will be difficult to explain the situation when he wakes up though, especially considering he's supposed to be the Eldar's slave. Should be worth it though, Interrogator's are given their position for a reason and it'll be useful having something that won't die on our side when we escape.