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Post by Ayaka and Coolmon on Nov 23, 2018 0:53:06 GMT
"Gosh...Um. I'd have wanted to meet him if he were still around, in that case." Coolmon nodded. When one really thought about it, everyone's got strength in them. Confidence. They just couldn't really tap into that half of the time. "...Hey. Ryuko. You haven't failed him. You've only failed him if you keep letting yourself be like this. I...don't think he'd want that, in truth."
Coolmon had no idea, really. "Jiro may in fact be gone now but don't you think he lives on through you?" The rabbit continued. She figured that if the girl was going to run, she might as well not stop her. But, she'd also rather leave some words she viewed as wise, right?
Otohime listened to Coolmon's words. While it was true that she blamed herself for Jiro's death...it was also true that Jiro would not want this. All Jiro ever wanted was her to be happy. He had even thanked her when he vanished, not blamed her... She had begun to cry again, but this time she wasn't sobbing. "Yeah...mayhaps he'd be upset if I did this to myself...it's hard not to, tho...oh Jiro..." Then, Coolmon mentioned he could still be inside of her. Otohime blinked, and clutched her chest, over her heart. "Livin' on inside of me...? That'd be weird..."
Post by Ayaka and Coolmon on Dec 6, 2018 3:06:08 GMT
Oh god oh heck oh snap now the girl was crying! Dang it, what went wrong here! "H-Hey, hey!" She stood up and moved over to, no surprises for guessing, hug the girl's leg again. "You don't need to cry anymore, Ms. Ryuko, honest!"
"And when I say living on inside of you I mean his spirit's with you. You know, in your heart and stuff!" Unfortunately, Coolmon had absolutely no inkling whatsoever how dense Otohime was/could be at times, so maybe that may have not been the best thing to tell her.
After all, there was such a thing as a spirit wielder...
Otohime acknowledged Coolmon's words, but in her mind she'd already made her own conclusions. To her this, meant Jiro could still be alive, she just needed to find him. "Thanks so much fer yer nice words, Cool Selene! Ya really helped me out!" She then leant down to hug the bunny. "I better get going now, I gotta find Jiro! Maybe he's looking for me, too, and missing me! Thanks again!" Before Coolmon could say anything, Otohime had already run off. Oh, just what did this girl think those words meant? What was she gonna do? Ooooh, this could end badly...
Post by Ayaka and Coolmon on Dec 9, 2018 11:50:30 GMT
And just like that, Coolmon was left with a lot of questions that she couldn't really answer. How do you go find a dead Digimon who didn't...Er. Was unable to reincarnate? Did she really help the poor grieving girl out?
She returned the hug and watched her run off, before all of those thoughts just hit her akin to a runaway train. It felt like she just got punched in a figurative sense with a overwhelming feeling of "Oh shit, what did I just pull?"
"...What's she gonna do...?" The rabbit wondered aloud.
She remained at the forest for a while longer, before she went on her way.
Coolmon was full of worry rather than serenity, however.
Otohime ran, full of renewed vigor. Coolmon's words had given her back hope. Jiro could still be out there! She just had to find him! Get some form of concrete evidence she could follow! Eventually, she ran so far that she ended up on a small cliff on the outside of the forest, overlooking the vast city below. Fireflies filled the air, the distant sounds of the city filled it with life. Otohime pulled back out her Digivice, and stared at the empty screen. Taking a deep breath, she put it to her heart, and focussed. Focussed on Jiro. He had to be out there somewhere. Suddenly, the screen flashed. The Digivice let out a weak beep. Otohime looked down at it, just in time to see the last remnants of an image.