The street fighter rolled his eyes as he stemmed his hands on his sides. The gogglehead annoyed him with his goggle talk. “Tch, isn’t that obvious?” Masaru asked, slowly beginning to smirk at the shorter boy as he pointed at himself. “This Masaru-sama is too much of a man for a stupid pair of goggles,” he shrugged, still sounding somewhat sour. “I’m a hero without them, kid.”
Now, Taiki was a little offended and it slightly showed in his mocking tone. “So, us other leaders aren’t “manly” with our “stupid” goggles?” He crossed his arms. Never before had he gone from nervous to slightly irritated so fast. “Just because you don’t like ‘em, doesn’t mean you need to insult us.”
ooc; i see i missed a lot of activity earlier…
i blame keyboarding. that work took me 3 1/2 hrs. 3. and 1/2. long. hours. -_-
i still have…i think 2 replies to get to…unless i’m missing one? or more?
i can’t keep up with the dash x-x
And fortunately the problem was being contained- even if he was doing a lot of containing that left him with the odd injury or several. “Wha’s it matter t’ ya anyway, Palm Tree? Ain’t yer world, righ’?” he remarked, making the comment in more ways than one. Not only was he human, but it wasn’t the Digital World he knew.
“Wha’ were they, anyway?” Beelzemon asked, frowning. Despite all his earlier words, the thought of another Digital World so vastly different from his own intrigued him. If only for the fact that there was another ‘Beelzemon’ running around them. And he figured it would help, in the event he ever met anyone else from that world, to already have some insight to the dimension.
“For now…” Taiki said calmly, crossing his arms, “Shoutmon does a pretty good job keeping his world at peace.” he stated with pride in his partner. “But I care about anyone who’s suffering anywhere. And if I know about it, I try to help. It’s just how I am. I wish I could help your world…and if I can find a way, you can bet I will.” the gogglehead said, completely serious now.
The brunette thought for a moment, raising his hand to his chin, “Well, let’s see…there was Vampire Land, of course. Then there was Dragon Land, Honey Land, Cyber Land, Gold Land, Canyon Land, and…….Bright Land.” Taiki finally managed to say after having trouble remembering them all. “They each had their own Death General leader and their own method of torture for the innocent digimon of the land.” He dropped his hands back to his side, “But that form of the world is behind it…I haven’t seen the Digital World since Shoutmon remade it…” he kicked the ground; he’d long wanted to return the digital world, see his friends and their new home…but he couldn’t find a way.
Taiki VS Kiriha xD
Particularly when they were being produced almost faster than the teams set up to stop them could handle. And they were starting to get bigger and stronger as well— reaching higher evolutionary forms.
“Ehh… a vaccine bein’ developed an’ is used on th’ Digimon actually fightin’ it since there hasn’t been a huge breakout yet,” he shrugged, not willing to go into too much detail about it.
“Vampire… Land? Th’ fuck? Sounds like some kinda stupid amusement park,” he snorted. Who named places like that, anyway? It seemed ridiculous to the Demon Lord. “I’ma guess tha’ there were other lands ‘sides from tha’ Vampire one?” he asked, raising a hidden blond brow from behind his mask. He’d fought Vamdemon before, but never had he heard of something that sounded so ridiculous. Of course, he rather thought all of that species was ridiculous as a whole.
Taiki nodded his head once, “At least you already know the vaccine for if there’s a huge outbreak…” he stated plainly. It was always good to have something and not really need it, then to need it and not have it.
The gogglehead chuckled, “Yeah, it kinda does…though, there was nothing ‘amusing’ about it, unfortunately.” A slight frown appeared on the boy’s lips as he remembered the torture the digimon of the area went through under NeoVamdemon’s rule. The boy nodded, looking back up to the digimon before, “There were several ‘lands’ each focused around a different type of digimon.” he remarked.
- crimson-xrosheart is now following you
He knew that face. The brunet was certain that he knew that gogglehead already, but from where again…? Oh right.Clicking his tongue in slight annoyance, Masaru stared down on the other boy as he crossed his arms. “It’s you. ‘A hero needs goggles’, huh?” he quoted in a rather sour tone.
Taiki looked up at the other leader, grinning sheepishly while scratching the back of his head, “Well, for Tagiru that’s true…” he said, slightly nervous. “But…why don’t you wear goggles?” He asked, loosening his stance so it was a little more relaxed, “You’re the only one who doesn’t…” he remarked, remembering the looks of the other leaders.
What kind of answer was that? Kiriha deadpanned lightly as she kept staring at her boyfriend. But at least his reply meant that the possibility was there — a possibility she really didn’t want to challenge. “Idiot,” she found herself muttering under her breath, while she stepped inside the house. The blonde liked Taiki’s place; it had this homey feel that she didn’t know all too well anymore. “What were you snickering, Taiki?” Kiriha rolled her eyes, but followed him into the living room where she flopped down on the couch next to him. “I- Actually, I don’t know.”
Kiriha hadn’t thought further than seeing Taiki when she had shown up on his doorstep. Now that she thought about it, it was kind of awkward. “My appearance doesn’t bother you at all?” she quirked a brow, glancing in Taiki’s direction before she scoffed. “It’s annoying. I never thought I’d end up like this again.” Shifting slightly to the side until she was able to see Taiki’s face without having to turn her head, the girl frowned. “Well, what do you want to do?”
Taiki looked his girlfriend over again, “No, why would it?” he asked, tilting his head, “You’re still you…mostly. Aside from a few changes.” he remarked. And that was true, Kiriha still looked mostly the same to him, aside from his…wardrobe change…and she was a little more made up…
The brunette turned sideways on the couch, leaning against the armrest, and let out a chuckle, “I don’t know. I was about to go out, remember?” he joked, “I didn’t have anything planned for staying home.” He leaned further back, placing a hand behind his head and stretching. “It’s really up to you, there, Kiriha.”