“...you’re not used to this whole “outdoor’s thing” are you?”
Robert snorted, half-amused that his differentiation to the ‘wild’ pokémon had been apparent in the first few minutes of meeting them. “How did you tell?”
He grinned slightly, glancing to the jolteon and taking time to ignore the two brutes leading the way. They unnerved him anyway, it was better to simply try and forget their presence. “I spent my life in a mansion. That and the occasional trip to a contest,”
He said the last sentence with some disgust. Robert had hated the bloody things. He couldn’t see the entertainment value in being paraded around in costumes like some sort of circus freak whilst the humans gawped and cheered.
Robert slowed to a halt, still standing behind the charizard and scyther as Skoll announced the dilemma of two routes. Robert didn’t particularly care. He had wanted to find survivors for weeks, but now he had them, he was less than pleased with the quality of their attitudes. Then again, they seemed pretty strong. And strength meant protection. "Bah... all I want is to see some dead parasites go up in flames. If there is a city crawling with them, then that seems to be the most satisfying route. Besides, clearing out the garbage makes hunting a bit easier,”
Oh yes, Robert was going to love
this guy. Why the hell would he want to seek bloodshed and those monsters?! It was just typical that the flareon had ended up trailing a freaking sadist. Hiding his disgust at the concept of triggering a massacre, the flareon simply flicked his tail, mentally arguing with himself. He didn’t particularly fancy the idea of wrestling through hoards of infected with the orange psycho and antisocial mantis. However, he didn’t mind the jolteon – he was like a less bitter version of his brother, Cecil. Not to mention the destination was a city. Cities meant people, and people meant houses, the bigger the better. He smiled, decided. “I’m happy to follow,”
Robert’s voice was blunt, disguising both his apprehension and joy. It was a risk. He was sure his company wasn’t entirely welcome, but the moment he spotted a building as prestigious as his own home, Robert would abandon the group without a second thought.