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Post by Nakamura Tomomi on Feb 20, 2016 12:25:20 GMT
Tomomi looked at the group and then back to Tadashi. Surely there were plenty of questions to be asked. Tomomi started off the best way he could, which was reassurance. Tomomi hugs the digimon, "We'll do everything we can to get Suki back. That's a promise." Tomomi knew that Scout and Kai were going to help at all costs. Why wouldn't he?
Kai's suggestion was very smart indeed, but Tomomi felt there should be a little more to the question, "I do have a question. Did this all take place on Earth, or did Suki go to the digital world when this happened?"
From Tadashi's wording, it sounded as if he wasn't going to be able to fight. He probably was only at rookie level. It was a question Tomomi wanted to ask, but didn't deem it necessary. That's what Demimeramon is good for. "Hey Tadashi, what kind of digimon are you?" He asks curiously, poking his head out of Tomomi's bag. You would think after spending so much time with the ever so polite Tomomi it would rub off. Tomomi brushed off the remark and continued to ask questions.
"You don't have to answer that if you don't want to, Tadashi. I have one other question. Were you able to pick up how strong the other digimon was?" Tomomi knew digimon could sense others, but had no idea if all of them can pick up how strong they are. Kami could sense if they were stronger than rookie level, but that's about it. Also...it was kind of a silly question. Strength is relative. What could be super strong to Tadashi is a cake walk to them.
Scout froooooowns. That...between Kai and Tomomi, they'd asked every question he'd been considering asking! Damn them, they're going to make him look lazy, or uninterested! Still, he pays close attention to the answers. Despite Kai being the oldest, Scout doesn't have the greatest faith in his abilities. He's a sweet guy, but his self-doubt often prevents him from being useful. And that could be dangerous in a situation like this...
As for Tomomi...he means well, but he's more than a little naive. Raised a very specific way, without much knowledge about the big city, or about the Digital World. So, it's up to Super-Scout to save the Tamer!
Tadashi listened as the humans he hired began asking him questions. It made him happy that they were so willing to give him help. Just when he was about to lose hope too.
"It's no problem." Tadashi told Totomi, "I have no reason to hide it from you all. I'm a Kokuwamon. I'm sorry that I can't remove my holosuit and prove it right now for obvious reasons. So your going to have to just take my word for it.
"Now then. I'm not sure if my memory is good enough to give you the exact locations, but I think I can at least point out roughly around where she was before her disappearances on a map if you think it will help. Though honestly the locations felt pretty random to me.
"And just to clarify, this all indeed happen on this world. Suki and me rarely get a chance to go to the digital world because of school and her personal life. Yet I didn't mind. It seemed safer that way, or at least I thought." Tadashi gave a depressed sigh as he had lingering regrets roaming through his mind. Fortunately he soon shoke his head free of these thoughts before continuing.
"Sorry about that. You all wanted to know about how powerful this digimon could be. I'm sorry to say that I'm not certain. He often disappears before I can get an accurate feel of his power. I can tell that he's powerful though. Definitely more powerful then me in my current condition. So if you do happen to cross paths with him, please be careful. I don't wish any of you to end up getting hurt because you decided to help me."
Tadashi took a deep breath. "So is there anything else you wanted to ask me. Oh... And do you have a map I could mark for you, or do you need to get one?"
Err... Kai didn't have a map. "No... Err, do either of you?" Kai asked Tomomi and Scout. He doubted it, though. Who would need a map of their home city, after all? "Don't worry... We'll get her back." They had to. But still... All things considered... Wasn't the human world just as dangerous as the Digital World? It seemed... Far worse things happened here than there. Then again... He looked at Scout. SkullGreymon had been... Far worse than anything else they had seen. Kai felt a pang of guilt... Scout seemed to be over it already... But Kai still couldn't face him quite yet.
He forced himself out of his self-loathing. "Anyways... We need to figure out where to start. Even if the places seem random... It's more to go on than we have at the moment. Once we know where to start, we can get a move on." Shibuya was huge! Where could they possibly look! They needed something, anything! They'd get nowhere if they ran around like chickens with their heads cut off!
Post by Nakamura Tomomi on Feb 29, 2016 15:51:09 GMT
Well, what a coincidence! Tomomi often gets lost in Shibuya, so he did have a map! The little prepared country boy smiled brightly, with a sweat drop hovering down from his forehead, "Well, actually I do. I'm still not used to the city at all." Tomomi handed the map to Tadashi.
Demimeramon got all excited at knowing what kind of digimon Tadashi is, and was bouncing around in Tomomi's bag. Tomomi gave the bag a light tap, stunting the excitement of the young digimon. "I do have one more question. Was she disappearing more in the morning or at night? Or even better, is there a specific time she disappeared?"
Tomomi didn't know if this question would help much, but maybe their searches would yield more if they looked around the same time she disappeared with the digimon.
Scout folds his arms, just listening for now. He knows his way around pretty well, and he's pretty sure he's the most mobile of them, so...yeah. He should be fine! Yeah! Right? Right! Plus he can always try and wake BlackKoromon up to help by...by...uh. Hopping and telling people they're doing things wrong. Yeah. That pretty much sums him up.
"It might be best if we split up once we can get a general area, um," He looks at the other two, a little bashfully, "No offense, but I'm probably the most maneuverable, and I know my way around all the alleys and rooftops pretty well, so..." Well, he has a point. Perhaps not a very good one, but still certainly a point.