Norizuka didn't answer and got on her bed before her escort showed up. She looked up at him, blankly, like she did every week.
"Come on." He grunted, also like every week. The entire institute seemed like some kind of repetitive purgatory. She got off the bed and walked beside the man, who had to walk extremely slow for the small girl. The sound of her moving down the hall was distinct from anyone else, with two light footfalls and then the clack of her cane connecting with the tiled floor. The man brought her to an elevator and took her up a number of flight, the machine stopped, opening to a single room with no exits but the elevator. Top floor, but a single room. Every single elevator lead to one of these, isolated to prevent danger while testing or preforming operations. Norizuka stepped out and faced the head of the Institute, Scott Bacula.
Scott smiled warmly through his short but thick beard of light, yet rich brown hair. It covered his chin and upper lip, reaching around the bottom of his jaw and up for his scalp, but didn't quite make it. His hair was of the same color and luster. He was a tall man, broad and muscular, but not in a very intimidating way. He looked more studious than powerful, dressed in a white doctor's labcoat, suit vest and tie underneath with plain slacks and shoes, "Hello Norizuka."
"Hello Scott." She replied in a bland voice. Honestly, she liked Scott. She thought he was nice, but she would remind herself what he does, he keeps people here and experiments on them against their will, for this she knew she could not like this man! Even so, he was charming and warm, so her disgust and good feelings towards him canceled out, creating a sort of apathy.
"Are you feeling well?" He asked kindly. He was standing in the center of the room, only a few items out in front of him. A deck of cards, a lead ball, some hair gel and a few other things she didn't quite recognize. One thing she did recognize though was the helmet. It looked like a biker helmet without the part of the mask you could look out. It was all black and had a few strange devices rigged to the back of it. She usually had to wear it whenever they did testing, it monitors her vitals and power output.
"Yes." She answered.
"Good. Then we can begin."