Pep Talk from the Fierce Cat [Eli] Sept 4, 2017 17:18:43 GMT
Post by Elliot and Isaac Sunderland on Sept 4, 2017 17:18:43 GMT
That wasn't really teasing, Jeanne. In fact, that was just kind of gross. Why the heck would Elliot be thinking about Jeanne's organs? His nose wrinkled a little in displeasure at the idea, briefly making a few of his shots more inaccurate. "But you're nice. That kind of thing's real," he said, seemingly not understanding what Jeanne was going for at all. Of course, he understood even less what Karin said. Elliot could tell that Karin had said something, and that she was very, very embarrassed about it, but he didn't get just what she had meant. Weird.
Karin's explanation made sense. Data could probably be recoded far more easily than broken flesh and bone could be snapped back into place. Then again, in the Digital World he felt kind of like himself, almost not even realizing that he was data. It probably wasn't as easy as loading himself onto a spreadsheet and copy pasting a few variables around. At the same time, with how drastically Digimon could change in the span of one Digivolution, maybe there was hope on that front. Elliot could very well be looking towards a new "Digivolved" form with a brand new, fully functioning leg.
Karin had abandoned her post to move onto another attraction, Elliot quickly picking up her gun and trying to play two peoples' worth of game in one. He actually lasted surprisingly long doing this, although the faint blink of GAME OVER - INSERT COIN would be visible to Karin by the time she actually started drumming. No longer having to focus on the game, Elliot instead gout out of his seat and headed over to where Karin was beginning to sing. And wow, she was really good! Elliot listened along with a smile on his face, not wanting to interrupt her or throw her off of her groove until the song was over. "You've got a really nice voice!" he chirped, almost shocked at how good the stern girl was at singing.