As Aditya Fitz Kierke spoke of Phrik, Adenn could tell that she loved the substance for some reason. Yes it may have been a good substance, but it also had its downsides. Then again, most things had downsides. And then she began to talk about bloody snow, and that was rather, unique. Adenn knew that Aditya and Yasha Cadera had spent some time in hell itself, but that it snowed, and snowed blood red was different.
Shaking those thoughts from his mind, Adenn didn't comment on it. Different place, different weather. Then Aditya turns at his pat, and he can see her smile. She said that if they escape unbruised she'd cook him dinner. So, Aditya didn't know him that well then, seeing as he hardly, if ever, escaped any form of combat unharmed in any way, and he told her so.
"Aditya," he chuckled lightly, "you may escape unbruised, but me. No matter what'll happen, I'll be injured someway. And that's perfectly fine with me. But I will still gladly accept a free dinner."
Then the Mand'alor gets into it as well, talking about her past as if the rest of them weren't there. Shaking his head to himself, Adenn instead observed the surrounding area. He only listened to the two of them with half an ear. Then Aditya goes on to talk about going down, before she does the exact opposite. She had the Mand'alor throw her spear and used it to jump across to the other side of the ravine. As Aditya patted his shoulder, Adenn merely sighed, seeing the inevitable and knowing it would do no good to fight it.
Unsurprisingly, Aditya made it over safe and sound. Now he'd have to go over as well, and if the group went down, then Aditya would be near the back of the group. Speaking of, Valdus Bral spoke around then. He said they'd be heading down, and Adenn couldn't help but turn to gaze at Aditya. Once so, he crossed his arms and shook his head in amusement, more work for her. Valdus then said they'd travel down in pairs, Adenn looked around and snorted to himself. He looked around and snorted again, there could be enough people, or there could not be.
Either way, it mattered little to Adenn. If he couldn't use his jetpack because it was too cold, then he'd get down another way. The way everyone else was going seemed to be rather bland, I mean seriously, just walking down was boring as all hell. With that thought in mind, Adenn reached into his pouch and began to unwind a rather long cable. It was similar to a bungy cable in that it would help cushion a fall, but it was also similar to metals in its durability. At its end was a sharp and jagged hook, excellent for climbing.
Letting the edge fall to the ground, Adenn stretched out the rest of the cable for a bit. When it was a short line, Adenn picked it up and spin it experimentally at his side a few times. Satisfied that it was good, he pulled the edge until it was in his hand.
"Walking down seems rather bland, apologies, but I prefer a more direct approach." Adenn chuckled then and looked around for a nice premade crag.
He found one shortly, and immediately jabbed the hook into it. Securing it tightly, Adenn readied himself to jump. First though he looked around, he observed those that were there and their dour mood. Then he took in the Mand'alor and her mother, noting that both seemed rather relaxed all things considering. Finally, he observed himself. He was, what many would say at least, a madman. He'd done things he had no right to, and survived things lesser people would've died to, and he was still alive. Yet, here he was going to challenge that statement again.
Laughing to himself, Adenn pointed a finger at Aditya, then waggled it in a no gesture. After that, he turned to the rest of the groupd and gave a two finger mock salute.
"I'll see you vod at the bottom, or somewhere on the way down. Have fun, and if anyone wants to follow, go for it." Adenn laughed then before turning to the edge.
Chuckling again, Adenn got a running start to the edge ready. He looked back at the group one time before he took off. Laughing almost maniacally, Adenn jumped off the cliff, holding the chain, but not letting it slow himself down. His momentum brought him close to the middle before gravity took over and he was falling down. That was how his part in the mission would start, him jumping off a cliff and down to the bottom, where life lay.