"So we're here ... why? Fighting holograms ... why?"
Dietrich eyed Loki. Sure, he might trust the ryuudamon's judgment, but that didn't mean that he was willing to follow them. Semi-reluctantly, he had entered the required command codes to the training fields (alright, tamer name ... he entered a code-name instead) and had the system usurp fifty of his precious bits. Fifty bits for a fighting experience ... he wasn't keen on it.
Tamer Name: luzifer
Digimon Species: ryuudamon
Battle Type: hologram
Field Area: nighttime basketball court
5550 - 50 = 5500bits
But oh well, the holograms were practically guaranteed to leave their users alive. In hindsight, it might have been a good decision, but at this very moment? No, just no. And I need to look for Diedrika. God knows what that girl's been up to, been doing, been ... dealing with. The mere thought of that sent a shiver down Dietrich's spine.
Knowing his sister, he'd be surprised if she hadn't: A. set fire to something; B. slept with someone; or C. pissed off a bunch of digimon and is currently on the run from them. With that nagging thought in mind that either one of the three (or more! he didn't want to think about that) was most likely true, he entered the training room, feeling all the more guilty for doing that right inside where his heart should be.
"Thinking long and hard?" Loki inquired, a smirk dancing on his features.
Dietrich turned around, eyes blazing fire amidst his calm exterior. And then he relaxed, smiled, then shook his head. "No, just thinking about the battle and sister dearest."
You said you were going to keep an eye on Diedrika, and an eye on Sigyn ... you're doing none of that, Loki. One's gone to god knows where 'cause you said she might have gone home, the other's tasked to get an apartment where we could live because you realized a little too late that she's not there, and while that happens, you've chose to distract me by bringing me here. Not bad a move, only I've seen through you.
"Oho. Your thoughts certainly are interesting," remarked the dragon digimon, but he was fairly sure that Dietrich wasn't telling him the truth. Yet, he saw no need to confront him. "... still, I don't think you're telling me the full story ... you don't call her dearest, not with her anyway."
"Well ... I guess you can classify this as talking behind her back, which means you can't tell her, Loki," Dietrich chuckled, much to the ryuudamon's amusement.
Yeah, right. I know I haven't been keeping to my words," Loki had to admit, shrugging slightly as the holographic projectors whirled to life.
Bishop to c5, takes pawn. Your move, Dietrich.