Following Ella, Adolph moved into the building behind her, revolver drawn. Was kicking in the door entirely necessary? Choosing not to pursue an answer for that question, Adolph chose the left door. "Understood. Beginning search." Carefully, he knelt down to look beneath the door, scanning for feet immediately behind the door. Seeing none, he carefully began to swiftly yet silently push the door open. Hearing a slam, he looked behind himself to see Ella entering the other room after kicking it in. Was kicking in the door entirely necessary? Seeing nobody inside, he moved onto the adjoining rooms. Subtlety was now gone, but he still chose to do clear the rooms the silent and cautious way. Seeing nobody, he made his way out of the rooms when something dropped in front of his face, nearly causing him to collide with it. Leaning back, he realized it was a black, furry spider, and his skin crawled with the thought of having the quarter-sized spider on his face. A close call... An idea came to him, and he realized it would be worth trying. Reaching out, he grabbed the fuzzy spider with his gloved hand and caged it with his mechanical fingers, careful not to crush it. "All the rooms are clear on this end." He walked into the entrance room, and waited for Ella to return as the spider squirmed in his hand. The King nodded his head. "Yes, go and do that."