New School Friend (Leith) Jan 25, 2019 2:55:44 GMT
Post by Leith, Veemon, and Shoutmon on Jan 25, 2019 2:55:44 GMT
Lucky for everyone involved, Chenjin tried to evade but not make a scene in public, which gave the Tamer less reason to just go ahead and deploy digimon in the middle of Shibuya. Then again, what's really the worst that could happen from a low-level digimon fight in Shibuya? I can run to the other side whenever I want. As Leith's digimon as well as his own occasional line of sight guided him to Chenjin, though, it turned out he could run even quicker than he figured; Chenjin was going to the trains.
Skye, who pursued him closer, was able to get there first, but she lost him in the crowds. "Chenjin!" she called over the noise, "I'm sorry! My brother's a little sick, but he's harmless!"
"False and false," Leith growled to Skye as he joined Skye's side just then. "We'll talk about that sick comment later. Guys, where is he?" Shoutmon pointed Chenjin out from within the digivice. Apparently whatever train he wanted to get on wasn't there yet. Leith wanted to keep this from breaking out into a scene, though, so he tried to approach Chenjin stealthily and speak low. "Listen. We could talk this out here, or we could go somewhere more private. Either way, the holosuit is coming off. What's it gonna be?"
Veemon started to think he was going too far once Leith grabbed at the back of the boy's shirt. "Leith, I know you're protective of your sister, but he's not hurting anybody."
"He's not the one I'm worried about," Leith retorted. "But you remember her. She knew who I was, and she must know who my family is. If you want to tell me there's something you won't do to keep them safe, now is the time to get the hell out of my digivice and walk away." Leith's words were harsh, but hopefully they were also a display of his real good intentions. Of course, he and his duo knew the real chance of walking away over this was zero, but that was the point. "Which means you and me, Chenjin - if that's really your name - need to have a talk."