Jaycob forcefully shoved himself into the vent while laying down more cover fire at the same time. He wasn't oblivious to the sign of affection that his wingman just showed. You didn't have to be a Jedi to sense the weird attraction the two shared. But for the better of the mission, he decided to just ignore it. There was something familiar about it, though Jaycob couldn't put his finger on it. Maybe because their relationship reminded him of what he had with Tallie. Which only made him want to go back and retrieve his "wrist" even more. "I'm sick of crawling around in these damn rat tunnels. We need to reach the entrance." Jaycob spoke quietly as he sparked his last flare. The tunnel seemed like it led on forever, but if Asha was as determined to get off Dathomir as he was, she'd have no trouble finding the quickest way back. "You two need to reach the ship and send a signal to the Resistance that this base is compromised. We cannot risk them sending more people here in the form of a rescue party. While you do that, I'm gonna double-back to where we came and get my gauntlet. We'll rendezvous at the shuttle. Deal?" Jaycob knew the odds of coming back was close to nonexistent, but he had to try. The device meant the world to him, not just because of it's functionality, but because of what was stored inside. He wouldn't give it up. He wouldn't give her up.