Zachary head to the right, into the first door he saw.
Inside, were four people, each occupying one of the four beds.
The farthest man in the back, Zachary knew he had seen before -- it was the old bald man, with a scarred forehead. The other person in the back was another elderly man, this one cradling a violin in his lap. He had long, stringy grey hair, and a well-trimmed mustache to boot. His sunken-in eyes pierced through Zachary.
The next man, this one closer to Zachary, on the left, was dark-skinned, and wore a simple black suit with a yellow tie. He had braided hair in a ponytail, and it kind of reminded Zachary of Kamome. Except this guy had yellow highlights, making him look more like a bee than anything.
The final person was, oddly enough, a woman, and was showing no interest in the newcomer at all. In fact, her back was to him, and all he could tell was that she was middle-aged, and was wearing a pantsuit.
The bee man raised a hand to Zachary, nodding politely. "Sorry, we're full." he said. "You might want to try the closest rooms to the entrance, because people tend to flock to the rear in crowded situations such as this."
Theodarus exited the warehouse, to see Negi, finally standing, and looking in better shape than before.
The doctor with the blonde ponytail and earnest smile was now tending to another patient, away from the two of them.
"Do you feel better now?" Negi said to him. "I feel great. . .I really need to thank you for everyting back there, Theodarus." he smiled, placing a hand on Theo's shoulder. "There's no one else that I know in this tournament that would have helped me more than you did. I was really lucky to have you as a roommate, and I want to apologize for how I treated you earlier. You're a great man, a better one than I could ever be, at that."