DC#1 [Part 2] - A city high above the sky [Boru/Titania] Jan 30, 2019 3:43:03 GMT
Post by Katherine Jasso on Jan 30, 2019 3:43:03 GMT
CHAPTER III: BACK AT HOME
Digital Chronicle #1 (Part 2): A city high above the sky. Boru and Titania’s great adventure continues!
Around twelve hours had passed since Sonia, carrying Boru and Titania over her back, had arrived at a place most digimon thought only existed in legends.
Right now, the trio rested around what seemed to be some old ruins, located over a hill. From there, they could see the whole city down below.
“So you can’t… go back to how you were before?” Boru was now wide awake. He had to raise his gaze to actually look at Sonia into her blue eyes. She was now this giant red bird. An Aquilamon, according to what Titania had explained. Neither Boru or Sonia herself had seen one before.
Sonia shook her head. “I’m trying, but I don’t know how to do it. I had never evolved before. I feel too big and very awkward.” She strutted her body, trying to get some acknowledgment of it.
“I think you look amazing.” With glimmering eyes, Boru just stared at the giant eagle.
To be honest, Sonia couldn’t say she felt too bad. Besides, the whole environment of this place was helping a lot. The skies were sunny and the weather was very warm. It was a nice change from the humidity the mangrove always offered.
“This whole place is amazing. I had heard legends about ElDoradimon: the giant digimon that wanders around the Digital World. However, I never expected it to be real. I can’t believe we’re on top of it. I can’t believe this is where Parrotmon was taking the digimon he took from the Bayou.” Well, it wasn’t exactly right at where they were. Sonia had kind of lost sight of him when they arrived, due to the sun rising in the horizon and the shock from seeing such marvelous structures in front of her. All of this combined with the fact that she had trouble to move in that form. She was not used to being this big. Not at all.
In any case, they knew Parrotmon was somewhere here, at ElDoradimon, so it was just a matter of time before they found him. Along with Roru, Koru, Ron's daughter, and so many others.
“Did you know this place actually existed, Titania?” Sonia asked, looking down below at her friend.
“ElDoradimon is like that moving library you mentioned, right, Mrs. Titania?” Boru, who was feeling a lot better after those hours of resting, had his claw resting on his mouth while he mused about this. “Except instead of books, it contains... digimon.” That comparison was equally weird and accurate.