Desolation Feb 18, 2019 23:00:26 GMT -6
Post by Chime on Feb 18, 2019 23:00:26 GMT -6
"...I told you that making those balls were a mistake."Chime had no answer for that. He was inclined to agree with Synthesia, honestly. They could bring people back to life with the Dragon Balls, of course, but some people wouldn't be dead in the first place if he had never made those damn wish-orbs. Synthesia stalked off into the basement of the Lookout, and Nashi took off in the opposite direction, apparently to find Mumbo and fight him. Chime stayed where he sat as if rooted to the floor, and made no attempt to stop either of them. He doubted Nashi could even find the Stargoons, and even if he could, they probably weren't feeling up to a fight right now. And Synthesia...Chime would honor the nature spirit's request to be left alone. What could he even say?A moment later, LEO disappeared as well, using that strange teleportation technology she'd used before. So even the robot couldn't stand being around them, huh? Chime sighed, and looked at Daruma beside him...and then further, to Nashi's little pink friend (Apparently called 'Myu'), where she was trying valiantly to right the trees all by herself. It almost brought a smile to the Kami's face. Almost."Er...Myu?" he called over, unsure if that actually was her name, "You don't have to do that, it's...it's okay. It'll probably be fixed with the wish, and besides..." He looked down to where the tree was snapped clean in half at the base of the trunk, "That's not something you can really mend. Just--"He was interrupted by an orange portal opening back up in front of them. LEO re-emerged, bearing fast food and video games...and even a ball of yarn. Chime hadn't been expecting the mech to come back, much less return with gifts. He felt touched, he hadn't known a robot to be capable of such a gesture. When Daruma reached for his hand, he took it and gave it a reassuring squeeze, but then stood and moved around to LEO's face. He hugged the mech around her big head and spoke just loud enough to be heard, "...Thanks, LEO. I thought you were really weird when we first met, but you're a good cat. You did good."