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Eva wasn't sure if there was any specific ways to train as a digimon. Would be the same as a human, right? While working out wouldn't exactly do any more for her musculature, seeing as it was all synthetic and pretty much at the peak that it could operate at, but her aim? Despite her targeting systems that was certainly a skill that she had needed to hone and practice with.
Honestly, helping this digimon and trainer duo train some did seem like it would help take her mind off things, plus wouldn't be self destructive like the booze would be. "Frankly, I'm not entirely sure the best way of going about that. I've just been practising with what equipment I have."
The digimon looked around the area, the forest was pretty dense, especially this far off the main trails, the sunlight filtering through the thick canopy making little patterns of light on the forest floor, however, with some improvised targets set up here and there, an assault course could probably be set up testing speed, tactics, and accuracy. At least, it would be a decent assault course for a human, or someone like Eva who fought using the same styles and tactics, however, she didn't exactly know what this digimon fought.
She looked over to Regummymon with a slightly quizzical expression. "Might be able to think of something. What can you do?"
"I can be totally dangerous!" Kuu affirmed, while giggling, and bounding toward the spinning In-Training. Oh, he was totally dangerous. So much so, that he couldn't even say it with a straight face! Of course, that was probably in-part due to his tamer not letting him do most things that could be dangerous.
Still uncertain of her company, Maia chose not to correct her partner on this. Sometimes, it was better to let people question the strength of others around them. After all, if one of the others weren't actually of good intent, the tamer would prefer them to not assume she made the best target. Given, Chris and his Digimon didn't seem up for the task of being particularly strong. Especially when asking advice.
Maia shrugged, "actually, I visit the forest frequently," she informed, "Nine out of ten times, you meet someone that knows about Digimon." Oh, and that tenth time is just meeting a lost little girl that thinks that Kudamons are the cutest things ever. With the question of advice, a few different suggestions, and several different questions, went through the tamers head. Ultimately, she decided to let Eva do the talking first.
After the question that the Renamon placed, Maia included her own, "what do you need to train for?" Had they already visited the Digital World? Had monsters come after them? Probably not, considering the duo was breathing, but she had to wonder what had placed the thought of training into their mind.
Kuu was all for this, though. "I'd love to train! Can I help? I like doing things! And helping! And I'm tough!" To demonstrate, the Digimon lifted himself onto his cartridge, and made a few dramatic punching movements with his front (and only) paws. Dropping back to his feet, he added, "and I can be shiny and stuff!" Yes, because 'being shiny' was always a helpful trait!