Shark Serenade || Dys Mar 3, 2014 18:59:57 GMT -4
Post by Momo Chikamatsu on Mar 3, 2014 18:59:57 GMT -4
Momo had to agree that sometimes being upset by something was unavoidable. She was more sensitive than the average person, let alone the average Reaver. More importantly she wasn't quite as prone to violence when she was upset as most Reavers were, much less prone to going on psychotic rampages when she was sad and much more prone to curling up into a ball and pouting. At least this woman seemed comfortable enough with her to express her grievances so openly. Momo didn't think that she had such a welcoming presence, but clearly it was welcoming enough for her to be inclined to do that.
She didn't have answer as to why the things Phoenix did bothered her so much. Momo had a lot of reasons as to why the things he did were upsetting. He was too quick to point out flaws and he was too brutally honest for her, but Momo was sensitive. This Kakai probably wasn't as delicate as she was, but Momo figured that, as his Overmind, he had more chances to upset her more deeply. She wanted to tell the Overmind that it only upset her because that was probably what he was trying to do, but thought better of it. She had already talked poorly about Phoenix long enough. Getting him in trouble with his Overmind wouldn't do her any favors.
Thankfully, the woman seemed to concede that she would never figure out the solution to that mystery, and Momo felt some small relief creep up within her. Good; if Phoenix found out she had been slandering him and talking behind his back, especially at length, he would undoubtedly be unhappy. The woman looked over and Momo lowered her eyes, as if to avoid her gaze respectfully. She asked what her name was.
"Oh... Uh. Momo," she answered in a little mumble. Clearing her throat a little to gussy up some more, she clarified, "My name is Momo, and I'm Pothos' Reaver. But I think you knew that." She reached up to scratch her head. How disrespectful would it be if she asked which Kakai she was? Probably pretty bad. She thought up a workaround as quickly as possible. "What do you prefer to be called?"