"Leave the kid be. He ain't worth it." Marcus sighed and shook his head. There was no point in getting into trouble because some kid pissed them off. He sat down at a table and set a chair up across from him so he could prop his feet up. "Looks like it's almost lunch time." The boy pulled himself off the floor, supported by his shadow. He wandered off to the other side of the room and sat there, as far from the rest of the group as possible. He wasn't alone for too long, though, because the odd little girl soon joined him. He was watching her warily, as if he didn't trust her. Seven crates and four rabbits later, Malik found what he was looking for and was promptly teleported out of the stadium. Once all the contestants were back at the tower, the adults soon followed and then, food. After facing their first challenge, most contestants ate much more than what they usually did. Well, it was understandable. Thadius explained that they will update the information on their bracelets shortly to show how many points they have. And with that, the adults left the contestants to eat.