Okay, as I went through the first draft of my story, I noticed a problem I was too lazy to do anything about the first time around. In 1895, London, a girl is kidnapped by a hunter (of werewolves, vampires, demons, etc) because she is a creature that can control people by looking them into the eyes, which is why he has her blindfolded. She is chained to some pipes in a closed factory building. Next to her is a pissed off werewolf in a cage made of silver (or else it could break out). At some point both she and the werewolf will be loose, the wolf kills the hunter guy, she manages to control the wolf long enough to get the hunter's gun with silver bullets. The wolf is confused as it breaks free of the trance, and she manages to get a slight head start up some stairs to a scaffold. The wolf follows her up there, but she manages to get a hold of some chains hanging from the roof and hangs from them. The wolf tries to jump after her, but misses and falls on the floor, and as it falls she manages to shoot it several times, and mostly by luck, hit its heart and kill it. My problem is how the hell are they supposed to both get loose at the same time. I really like this scene, both before and after they get loose, which is why I don't want to change too much, but I really have no idea how they get out, even though it's several months since I wrote it. Any suggestions?