"Wow! Dad’s really wrecking a lot of stuff over there, isn’t he?"
Arianhrod nodded, but didn’t speak. Unlike Renate, her wings were not particularly large or strong. Being a Queen, her body was built more for bulk than travel. She had to remain focused to keep flying.
Behind them, a giant fairy tried without much luck to talk a behemoth cybrid out of destroying the landscape. Unfortunately, her calm voice was doing little to get through to him.
"Ralph? Remember the ring you gave me? On the day you asked me to be your bride?" Morgan couldn’t tell if he could even understand her. "I do not wish to use it to cast a spell on you!"
She phased just in time to avoid a particularly large gumdrop to the head. Morgan sighed. “Ralph, do not make me shrink you!”
The Space Cadet chuckles awkwardly before he replies to Renate, “Yeah… I’m just glad he didn’t end up wreckin’ me.” He had been incredibly lucky, if the big guy hadn’t paused when he did, then the ex-Marine would have been either severely injured or killed.
Junior chitters, “Me too!” He’s upset that his Kings don’t get along, but this case had been unusual, maybe they’d make up later, once his red King finally calms down.
Ralph’s doing his best to remain as still as possible, he doesn’t want to bother Arianhrod or knock her off course. He’s trying to be a good passenger.
Junior’s fairly still as well, now that his King was safe, there was no longer any reason for him to squirm in panic.
Ralph heard her, but he wasn’t listening. The cybrid kept up his destructive search, thinking her panic to be because of Canker’s presence -or lack thereof- and the threat it posed to them. Well, not her, but both him and the kids.
…Wait, the kids! The other cy-bugs were wandering off in the middle of a virus attack, they’d be killed! Ralph let out a loud, panicked chattering cry and took off for where he’d seen them last, thinking he had to get to them before Canker did and leaving Morgan behind. He had to get them to safety, but his method of operation when stressed out was more hazardous than it was helpful.