Ryuko speculated as to why someone like Akashi would need a bandit, Natsuru already having the reason hashed out. "It's because...he didn't want us dead. He wanted us to be sold into slavery for our bodies. Killing three Genin would be pointless. He was perhaps capable of doing so, however that was not his ultimate goal." Natsuru spoke with a smug visage as if she had the entire "scam" figured out. "He wanted us to be lured outside of village limits so his posse could bag us and drag us off. Surely we could not expect Akashi to incapacitate all of us, and then carry us all to where he needs to go. No, he has his thugs to do that. He must also keep the reputation of being a Jounin of Kumogakure. It would be out of place if he were to attack three of his own Genin and haul them away from the village." Natsuru finished taking a long draw from her coffee cup finishing it in a roughly short amount of time, almost as long as it took her to wipe out three donuts. There was a third final coffee left in the drink carrier, Natsuru assuming it was hers as she reached out and grabbed the cup taking a sip.
The blonde kid spoke, attempting to disparage what she had to say. She had to agree the boy was awfully annoying. Natsuru was certain about this, seeing as she was fed well with the magic of donuts. It was not her hunger leading to a short temper. What irked her the most was the final piece of his input. Don't worry about it? It came to shock Natsuru, as a stranger could invite himself in on multiple occasions and start spewing his opinion of their issues. Natsuru was no in the best of motivations to speak out. Besides, she could tell that boy's motivations were harmless and mostly veiled in ignorance. She gave a notably obvious scoff as she rolled her eyes as sassy as possible, her body language telling Simon very clear she disagreed completely and how his opinion was redundant. She kept to herself taking a sip of coffee expecting the doctor to arrive any minute now.
A sudden knock was heard, something the doctors always did before barging into the room. It was a typical mannerism they all tend to share. Natsuru set the coffee down and fixated her posture before her entered. Followed the knock, however, was a soft voice. Of course she would find her way in here... Natsuru thought, referring to the blonde's presence. She was beginning to feel he was a bad omen, as he attracted Shimiko it almost seemed. To top it off, she invited herself in.
Natsuru was the first to catch a glimpse at the girl's appearance change. Fresh clothes, and, what's this? A yellow eyesore was fixed around Shimiko's neck. It was the scarf the blonde kid passed to her before seemingly "disappearing" despite following them to the hospital. The urge of laughter grew once again, her abdominal muscles clenching as she reacted, containing her laughter to a small, mocking snicker as her wounds still caused pain when disturbed. Is she really wearing that scarf around her neck like it was meant for her?! That's unbelievable and hilarious! It truly pained her to be injured, unable to properly express her laughter. Taking her second coffee she sipped the hot brew as her body relaxed once again, reclining back in the raised bed. It was bad enough she had to go seek medical treatment. It seemed Simon and Shimiko somehow found her room.
"Well that's good at least. Maybe we can see Akashi tracked down for his heinous crimes." Back on a serious note, Shimiko had her useful moments. Taking care of the mission report took a burden off their shoulders. Although the coffee helped with her wakefulness she was still tired, both mentally and physically. Suddenly, another step of knocks of the door were heard. The door opening again, finally, there was a medical Shinobi. A middle aged man entered the room with a clipboard in hand. "Hey, looks like you brought me breakfast!" The said in a jolly tone, Natsuru forcing a fake, plastic grin in a painful response. Those donuts were hers, and that's final. "Though I was only expect to see one...Natsuru Senou?" He said, slightly confused at the multiple bodies in the room with her.
"Well, the girls are apart of my squad. I wasn't expecting them to come, but if you don't mind treating them that would be nice. As for the blonde, he's..." Natsuru pausing, unsure what quite to call him. A friend would be too far, assuming she enjoyed his presence, in which the right word clicked in her mind. "An ally." The doctor nodded as he sat down on his stool and began filling out something on his clipboard. With a bit of silence he set the clipboard on the desk. "Well, since you were the only one of my list this morning I will start with you first." It was a great relief. Finally, she was being seen by a real medical professional. With her armor and weapons already set aside she began stripping the parts of her outfit that needed to be done.
Unzipping her shirt she folded it partially before tossing it in the pile with the rest of her belongings. This left her in a mesh top which she easily rolled up to mid-torso to allow the doctor to work on her. "It's just this one. My shoulder and arm are just buffed and should be fine." The man got in close inspecting her bare abdomen. "Did you use rubbing alcohol?" He said before hovering his hands above the wound as a green chakra light began emitting from his hands. The pain immediately subsided as medical Ninjutsu worked its magic. "Uhhh...it was used.
I did not apply it myself." The doctor responded as he continued to work on the woman's flesh wound. "I could tell because the wound seemed to have dried up a bit. Don't use alcohol on open injuries such at that. When the alcohol dries the area up it can prevent proper healing. Also the alcohol could have easily entered the body and damage your insides. Of course this is no problem with modern medical Ninjutsu. You did good to come in."
Natsuru would nod not feeling resentment towards Ryuko by any means. She was honestly trying her best to help her in the worst times. Her abdomen was cured entirely as she felt no pain or disturbance on that part of her body. "That should do it. Your arm and shoulder suffered minor lacerations, so I'll just patch those up. If you feel any pain, take some over-the-counter painkillers. Eat well, rest, and take it easy until you feel better, though these injuries are not major." He said referring to her arm and shoulder as he began clearing the blood on her abdomen, arm, and shoulder with a cotton swab soaked partially in grain alcohol before wrapping them in bandage. Natsuru felt so much better now. The night was ending well despite having such a rough start.