Ariella ran to the gunships. She'd fallen and sprained her ankle, but she could still walk. She watched Commander Rachel cautiously, worried that the wound was causing her to lose to much blood.
"We need to bandage that. NOW," Ariella said firmly. She was known as the medic of the team, though she could also fight. She could deal a nasty shock to an opponent with a punch from her cybernetic arm, also known as her Lightning Caestus.
"I'll be fine. Just get to the working gunship," Rachel responded, though her face was getting pale.
Ariella rolled her eyes. "You're going to faint if we don't stop the bleeding, and what good will an unconscious commander be to us?"
"Get to the ship. I'll cover you. That is an order."
Ariella had half a mind to knock her out and drag her to the ship, but she couldn't to that to her commander. "All right. Use my gun instead of those rocks." Ariella handed her blaster to Rachel, then tore a strip of cloth from her jacket and tied it tightly around the commander's shoulder to slow the blood flow to the wound.
While Commander Rachel covered her, Ariella made a run for the ship, stumbling a bit because of her twisted ankle.
An ewok (OOC: wait, ewoks? okaaayyy....) jumped at her. It looked like a fuzzy little teddy bear, but Ariella knew it was a ferocious fighter. With a hard punch from her electrified caestus, the ewok went flying and Ariella made it safely to the nearest ship.
"Where's Commander?" Miri asked as she tried to fix Gloria's gunship.
"She's covering me."
"You mean you left her?" the other demanded.
"She gave me an order. When I find a gun I will cover her escape, too." Ariella searched through the gunship's interior, grabbing a small stun pistol she could use.
She stormed back out and used one of the ship's wings for cover, popping up every once in a while to pick off another of their enemies. Commander Rachel was making a run for the ship...but Han Solo had just come out of the bushes and was aiming his blaster straight at her again. Rachel didn't see him.
Ariella shot at Han and missed, and had just enough time to shout a warning to Rachel before Han fired.