Super Special Training (Asher) Dec 26, 2016 2:59:21 GMT
Post by Elliot and Isaac Sunderland on Dec 26, 2016 2:59:21 GMT
Today was one of those rare days where Elliot got to be home alone. Mom was out working. Isaac was out working. Even mom's friend was gone, presumably out on some sort of business trip. This meant that Elliot had free reign of the house, and could do whatever he wanted outside of the cold, prying eyes of the rest of the world. Normally this was marathon World of Warcraft sessions and sitting around in his pajamas like a total butt. However, today he had something else in mind. Something a lot more fun. And something that would help a lot more people than lazing around and raiding would.
That's why he rang up Asher. His call may've gone straight to voicemail, but he made sure to get right to the point with his message. "Hey Asher!" he chirped. "It's me, Elliot! Don't worry. This isn't gonna be another dramatic reading of my latest story. Isaac does those way better than me, anyway. I'm just calling to let you know that I'm home alone. You know what that means, right? We can finally get you some training!
I know last time you trained it was with the scary lady, but don't worry. She's not here. Heck, Isaac isn't either, if that had you worried any. It'll just be me. I promise, I'll keep things a lot calmer for you. I don't want to terrify you or anything! Just to help you be prepared. Anyway, if you're up for it, my house is the big brown one in the Housing District. Right by the border of Greater and Central Shibuya. You can't miss it! Hope to see you there~!"
With that message made, Elliot was currently left sitting on the couch and watching the door. He aimlessly kicked his legs, bad one dangling a bit more than the good one, and hummed a merry tune to himself. What was he going to do for his training? Well, he had no idea! But he was an experienced spirit user, and he knew that meant he'd be able to think of something. Besides, Asher needed him. Maybe. Possibly. How could he leave Asher behind in his time of maybe-possible need?
He checked the time on his phone. Any second now.