It… It looks wonderful, #ector! It’s in a very excellent condition, but..
==> You take the fox from him and cradle it in your arms.
A#… It seems to #ave suffered a large #it before it died. I’m sure I can fix it and grant t#e poor t#ing anot#er life.
… T#ank you for bringing it #ere.
I guess so.. I #ope you’re not mad at me! But… I also #ave work. I #ave a lot of it and I simply lack time to be around you. I appreciate everyt#ing you’ve done for me, #owever!
… It’s for t#e best if we stay friends… But we can also be strangers at t#is point if you’d like. T#at way you wouldn’t #ave to put up wit# me anymore.
(e(w)e) « Why be strrrangerrrs? I want to help you out when you need, but I don’t think I can give you the same kind of pity that most rrred rrromances ask furrr.
(e(w)e) « I’m sorrrrrry, Ves…
(e(w)e) « But I don’t want us to be strrrangerrrs afterrr we’ve alrrready met. I prrromise I’ll brrring you any dead beasts and if you need supporrrt you can just drrrop by and we can have some hot chocolate and talk. Does that sound good?
I just feel like I’ve wasted enoug# of your time already, but I’m not making you leave for good if you’d like to come visit sometime again. I enjoy your company very muc#!
T#ank you. You’re always too kind, #ector.
I’ll be sure to visit you t#en! But only w#en you #ave time… I’d #ate to barge in at a bad moment.
(e(w)e) « S-suddenly everrrything is so tall…
(e(w)e) « He-help.