(I was told to just grab a free apartment, so here I am, also, I need to stop rping so late, but I probably won't.)
Roden's head was swimming, or at least, that is what it was trying to convince him of, and his head generally knew best.
At least, thats what it constantly reminded him. The teenager strained, attempting to assemble his thoughts, but it didn't really work very well, and as the blurred colors and lights flashed before his eyes, he passed out again.
Later, he awoke, it is unknown just how much later, since he was unconscious and all that jazz. But now he was awake, he felt slightly sturdier, though a quick squinting of his eyelids reviled that his eyes currently served no purpose other than that of making his head spin, which they were doing very well at this very moment.
He quickly shut his eyes again.
At least he could think now, even if he couldn't be sure of what was wrong. First thing was almost always first, wasn't it? He thought so, yes, that would be a good start.
He vaguely remembered coming home the previous night, at least, he thought it was the previous night, he really had no way of telling.
“Not Important.” he decided, as he went back to past events, Let's see... he had come home from the playground, after talking to his friends there, as he normally did... he had... found something on his desk, in his room... what was it...? He couldn't remember, it was odd though, he was sure of that... He seemed to remember examining the odd thing for a bit, before hiding it and going to bed. Why had he hid it? He couldn't remember, he couldn't even remember if there was a reason to remember.
His head was starting to hurt, but at least his thoughts let him know that he was alive. Possibly.
After some time passed, he decided that he could either sit here all day, and die of boredom, or he could try and get up and find out where he was. He decided that he would rather die of falling off a cliff, than die via boredom, so, in one quick, and rather clumsy motion, he jumped to his feet, and opened his eyes. Immediately his head started to regain its dizzy feeling, and he felt he had to lean on a conveniently placed nearby object in order to support himself. At least he could see now... though the sight rather confused him.
He appeared to be in an apartment, and a rather bare one, at that. A small bed, the object he was now leaning on, was pushed against the wall, there did not appear to be any lights on the ceiling, yet light was coming from somewhere... There was also what appeared to be a switched off lamp next to the bed, and there was some kind of weird dresser like contraption against the far wall, there was a door leading out of the room to his left, and there was a large eared brown rabbit thing against the wall to his right, a pretty average apartment it seeme- wait, that rabbit thing was NOT normal. Roden looked at it carefully, at first thinking that it may be some sort of plush doll, but he could see it making small motions if he looked at it closely enough, motions similar to his breathing, except his was rather loud sounding at the moment. He attempted to calm it into a steadier, normal sounding breathing pattern, it worked without much difficulty.
The creature seemed to be asleep, though with all the noise Roden had been making, it was a wonder that it didn't pick up the sound with its large ears by now, or maybe it had, maybe it was faking him out, or maybe it just didn't care. He planned to take advantage of this, no matter which one it was.
He carefully walked across to the door, and, reaching it successfully without any noticeable change from the creature, carefully opened it.
Roden had been planning on sneaking out of the apartment, hastily escaping the creature, at least until he knew what it was, where he was, and why he was here. His plans soon changed as he opened the door and looked through. There were surprisingly few people walking buy at the moment, but Roden saw what appeared to be a human walking down the hall. Roden hardly noticed the human, he was so busy looking at the humans companion. It was far scarier looking than the thing in the room, it had large fangs and claws, where the monster in his room had been more... cute, for lack of a better word.
Roden blinked, and shut the door again, as it clicked quietly shut, he turned back into the room, the long eared thing was staring right at him. Roden froze, every muscle in his body seeming to knot up, intent on making him immobile. But why? He had no proof that this thing meant to harm him. Granted, he had no proof that it WASN'T going to hurt him, either. Neither occupant of the room moved, though the creature seemed curious at the fact that Roden had gone stiff than anything else. Roden decided that it was better than nothing, and kept his frozen position.
Eventually, the creature broke the silence.
“Are you... ok?” it asked, its voice smooth, even calming, to an extent, and it seemed to emanate actual concern. The voice was definably female.
Roden relaxed a little, if the thing wanted to kill him, it probably would have done it by now, right?
“Y-yeah, I'm fine.” he said carefully, before repeating himself, more firmly this time. “I'm fine. What are you?” he asked, adding the last part carefully. The question seemed to confuse the creature slightly, “A Digimon.” She replied softly. “You did not know this?” The fact that Roden had no idea what she was seemed to confuse the small creature, who was staring at Rodens eyes, and, seeing very little response in them, began to shake her head slowly. “I see you do not, I shall attempt to explain it to you the best I can.” Roden obeyed, sitting quietly on the bed.
The next several hours were filled with explanations, questions, and other boring stuff none of you would wish to read. Even if you managed to get this far without giving up hope in reading my meager role playing skills, so we shall skip them, let it suffice to say that Roden learned basic knowledge of Digimon as a whole, including what cards were generally used for, and what the thing on his arm was. Funny how he had never even noticed the thing, especially with how shiny it was...
After these explanations were over, Lopmon hopped briskly from her sitting position. “Come with me, I shall show you some of the city, maybe it will help you understand where, and what, you are.”
Roden got up and followed the brown rabbit-like Digimon out of the apartment.