ENTER THE WANDERING DEMON
Artist: Persona 4 - Song: Heartbeat, Heartbreak
Kokuto raised an eyebrow at Ulv's comments, mildly interested in what stories she had, though he waved his hand briefly. Those were for another time. The idea of a good phone for a gift was something he'd thought of. Hell, it was the first thing that he thought of and the idea that he always came back to, but there was something about it that didn't sit right with him about it. A phone that let her stream, take top-quality videos and pictures, and all ran smoothly would definitely be something she'd enjoy. "I dunno...I've thought about that a lot, but that just feels predictable. It feels...easy. It's the first thing that I can think of, but I don't know if that's the right thing to get."
He paused, sighing as he crushed the cigarette in his hand, a light glow coming from his fist as he incinerated the item, letting the ashes float away in the wind. He had been thinking about this for a while -- and, to him -- he didn't want to have any form of error. To him, something he was getting for Ichijou had to be perfect."I wanna get her somethin' really unique, I guess. Maybe I'm overthinkin' it, but I really wanna get somethin' that makes her feel special."
He took another look around at the crowd and the buildings, before turning back to Ulv."If it ain't too much to ask, could you show me around? It's your place, so you'd know it better than anyone else, and there's probably somewhere that I could take her, or just a place I can get her stuff from."
Kokuto gave an awkward grin as he finished, pausing again."Plus, I did have this place in mind if things went to shit and we needed to move somewhere. So, knowin' the place would be good, ya know?"
His phone vibrated in his pocket, and Kokuto pulled the device out to quickly check it. It was a text from Ichijou, wondering where he was and what he was doing, with a picture of herself at home, looking at the camera and sticking her tongue out. Kokuto smiled as he gave a quick reply, saying that he was out, that he'd be back soon and that he loved her before sliding his phone back into his pocket."Sorry about that."