"I have no idea who anybody here is, and frankly I do not care," Alexander replied with a calm nod.
Alexander's eyes glimmered with amusement. "Oh, how similar you two are," he cooed, drifting around them wistfully. "I suppose it isn't my business what relationship you two once had... But I do think, if we wind up being allies, we'll have to work together, won't we?"
Dave rolled his eyes at the Hydreigon. "Working with people you can't stand is called being a fucking adult. You should try it."Jesse gave a cold, single, upward nod of acknowledgment. "Yeah, is the idea of havin' a colleague whose guts y'fuckin' hate a novel idea t'you or somethin'? Yer a lucky bastard, then, partner."
"I was in a game like this with the Archopy over in that tree a while back." Dave pointed at the tree. "And this guy, it's a long and fucking ridiculous story but I know his daughter. No idea about anyone else."Lexx crossed his arms behind his head. "Cool cool, so am I the odd one out, or did any of you already know each other?"
If no one has better information, they might as well remove the light-haired human (Lusamine] from the game.
Alexander scowled. "Really? A wild shot in the dark?" He didn't know what their odds were, but it was probably something like one-in-four that a no-information strike would get them anything beneficial. "How will that help us? They will just say you have no evidence."
Mewtwo's eyes glowed slightly; they projected a telepathic field so that all on this gray plain could hear their thoughts: If no one has better information, they might as well remove the light-haired human (Lusamine] from the game. They were forced to play this game, therefore, be efficient and be quick.