"Are you sure about this?" the man asked, sighing in contempt.
At the age of 22, Nazak was the youngest member of the intelligence unit within the resistance. Assigned with the task of interrogating the captives, the young man had cursed his bad luck. In the recent days Nazak had been busier than ever, sifting through documents, collecting information and questioning the scouts whenever they returned from their outings. The young man wanted to question why he was always so busy, but having already known the answer he could only blame himself.