The next morning, I was one of the first people up, along with Cloudless Sky and Kyrak. Cloudless Sky decided to go exploring and Kyrak went down to the mine. I stepped outside the piston door. Then I heard a twig snap.
I spun around and saw a pair of eyes peaking out at me from a small hole in the ground that had been cleverly covered up by leaves and twigs. I brought up the boy and held him at spear point, bringing him back inside our secret base. I woke the others, and we interrogated him for a bit. "Who are you?" I demanded. "Do you work for Herobrine? Why were you spying on us?"
"I don't know anything you're talking about!" the boy begged. We had bound his wrists behind his back using tough spider string. The boy struggled with these bonds. "I was just curious! I swear, I don't know anything!"
Kyrak studied the boy's eyes closely as he spoke. Finally, Kyrak told us: "I don't think that boy knows anything. You can usually tell when someone is lying by the way their eyes dart around. But," Kyrak glanced back at the boy. "He could still be a spy."
"How will we know if he's not?" I asked.
Kyrak thought for a moment, then snapped his fingers. "I have an idea."