"Well..." said Vincent, unconvinced, "if you're sure... Hang on a moment." He began pacing back and forth, muttering to himself. "Possible... and that would fit in with... yeah... and everyone else... hmm... yeah." He stopped. "I think I might
have an idea what's going on here. The island is conforming to something that's unsettling to us - each
of us, individually. When Grimm and the rest of us went into the cave, the magic in there was weird and twisted, and when I tried anything complicated, I almost had a seizure. Imey here hates caves. Lo and behold, not only do we camp outside a cave, but there's something important about it to keep us going in."
He began talking faster, and seemed to get more excited. "Donovan, you knew about the rats before, which are bit unsettling even to you, and you've said the island's having a greater effect on you than you'd expect. Adam, you're..." He paused, and began tapping his tail. "Actually, I'm not sure about you. Hmm."
"I think I've gone insane," Adam said, "and I wouldn't be surprised if Satan pops up doing the can-can. Does that count?"
"Close enough," said Vincent. "Continuing, Grimm's got a really hot temper, unless he's always like that, and he's somewhat struggling to keep us together. Everybody hates Prisha. Lilith had a major freakout over seeing someone who was almost a corpse, so there's that. That physics teacher, Klaus, was a bit shocked by the whole thing in general, and got involuntarily teleported away by Lilith, and Bianca..."
"She saw lights last night and went crazy," Adam supplied. "Climbed up a tree and almost fell on her head. And she didn't like the ship we found down by the shore."
"So there we have it," said Vincent, spreading his arms and wings wide. "Everyone's had something to mess with their sanity in some way."
"The Uncertainty Principle isn't about uncertainty and it isn't a principle; other than that, it's perfectly named." — David Van Baak