I crossed my arms over my chest in disapproval. I was relieved France lasted this long, but my thoughts worried for our children.
"I'm just glad you're safe. I'm sorry, but I need to search for America and Canada. I don't know what I'd do if they died. Are you able to walk?"
Nodding his head in understanding, he gradually began to stand on his boots.
"I can move, but I don't know how agilely though."
Getting up, I handed him two of the five packs, and hoisted the other three on my shoulder.
"Don't worry," I said, winking, "Great Britain has your back."
Gleaming, he followed me out of the cave, and I took in the fresh air. Scanning around for any other countries, I placed an arrow in my bow, ready to fire if necessary.
"Stay behind me at all costs. If I get compromised, use your gun. Also, if I tell you to run, promise me you will."
He seemed rather shocked with my words, as he shook his head.
"There's no way I'd-"
"Just promise me, Franc