Vincent rolled his eyes at Toro's words. "Yeah. Thankful." he said looking down at the omelet type food in front of him. He didn't care that it was hot; Vincent started digging into the food so he'd have an excuse not to say anything else.
Toro ate, not saying another word, since he could detect Vincent's unfavorable mood. When he finished, he cleaned up and disappeared back into his room, still not speaking and not coming back out.
Vincent finished the food Toro had given him and put the dish in the sink area. Since Toro had decided to go off on his own and not talk to Vincent he decided to look around the small place a little more. He really wanted to go outside and ended up at a window looking out.
"Prepare, we're going out." Toro said, having practically snuck up behind Vincent. He was soundless when he didn't remember how much bad came from startling others around him.
At Toro's voice Vincent jumped. He frowned in spite of himself. "Alright." he mumbled turning around to see Toro. Vincent didn't know why he was being so reserved and snippy with the other. He did have a temper but he could usually just be laid back. It was probably just the shock of everything and trying to adapt to his knew surroundings.
"Let me know when you're ready." Toro told him, turning and heading back toward his room without waiting for a response.
"Considering I don't have anything to do I'm ready." Vincent called to him and looked back out the window. He was itching to be outside again even though he wasn't a big nature person.
Toro came out with some sort of bow in hand and what appeared an empty quiver on his back. The bow had no string. He grimaced. "This is about as much technology as my father will allow."
Vincent wasn't as surprised at the bow because he had seen that these people didn't even use knives and forks and such. "Well I didn't bring anything with me because we didn't want it messing with the machine." he told Toro thinking about his iPod, cellphone, laptop, etc.
(In case you didn't remember, we set him from a time a bit back.)
(And I feel like an idiot once again. So sorry. :())
(It's alright. People forget.)
Vincent wasn't as surprised at the bow because he had seen that these people didn't even use knives and forks and such. "Well I didn't bring anything with me because we didn't want it messing with the machine." He thought of the guns he used at home and doubted that anyone around here even knew what they were.
Toro provided a tiny battery in from his pocket and put it in a small compartment in the top of his bow. there was suddenly a string. A glowing blue string, one which gave of the slightest hum.
"Um wow." Vincent blinked running a hand through his dark hair. "We don't have those back home." he said watching the bow in wonder. "Why do you need that? Are people out there wanting to kill me now?" Maybe going outside wasn't the best idea...
"It's just intimidation." Toro admitted. "I'm not a good shot. Well, I might be, but I've never shot before." He shrugged. "It's also in case any of the dangerous beasts wander near."
'Dangerous beasts?' Vincent thought to himself not wanting to see like he was afraid. "Why not?" he asked Toro while making his way to the door. His question was directed to why Toro had never shot before.
"Never had to." Toro told him, stepping outside and looking around. "It looks pretty safe today. Good." He said, more to himself than to Vincent. "Something's finally going good."
"That makes sense." Vincent said slowly, walking out with Toro. He, too looked around to get a better idea of what this place was and looked like.
"My own kind aren't the only people you must worry about." Toro explained as he started walking. "Sometimes, creatures of the desert wander here, and attack. Most aren't a huge threat to us, but there's still a strong enough risk of something very dangerous coming along to worry."