kingsroads: (hrrmph)
Jonathan Strange ([personal profile] kingsroads) wrote in [community profile] lostcarnival 2017-04-01 03:56 pm (UTC)

his bad. :<

Surely that person in the purple shirt couldn't be Childermass? Except as Strange actually look at the man's face, he realizes oh no, it is Childermass. How wonderful. That irritation is just all the more apparent as Childermass's carefully maintained cool look is just instantly contrasted with Strange's annoyed grimace. And it's not like he can flee the conversation now, not after Childermass has already asked him about the faerie.

This is awful. He would have avoided this conversation if he could, as the likelihood that someone will end up shouting at someone else is far too high. But even in this situation, Strange knows he can't turn down the other magician's help. So, bracing himself for yet another argument, he continues.

"I attempted to summon the faerie who kidnapped Arabella," said as calmly as possible, trying to hide his irritation and annoyance with the whole scenario. He knows that the likelihood he'll get a lecture about that is fairly high. How could you be so stupid, why would you do something like that, think about the timeline, blah blah blah. Hopefully that glare that Strange is giving Childermass will put the man off any lectures. He know he messed up, alright? He doesn't need other people pointing it out. "I summoned the wrong one."

It's at this moment that Strange notices Growlithe for the first time and wait a moment what the hell is that. He's briefly distracted as looks down at the dog. Childermass has one of those Pokemon things now? How unexpected.

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