She smiled without question, feeling compelled not to push the subject further. Rinoa stared at the ship, giggling at its design—at how cute it was, of course—and halted at just about the same time Kairi did to face her.
“My world,” she began, “is a bit dark. There are wars, fighting, corruption and clashing of swords. However…” Rinoa smirked, pointing a finger into the air. Old habits die hard. ”Thanks to someone, I had been pulled me away from that darkness.”
Kairi felt sad as Rinoa started, sorry that she asked. Such a dark world… But at the end, to hear it’s been saved, brought a smile to her face. “That is good to hear.” Then it clicked. “So…you are used to fighting?”
“I guess you could say that,” she nodded, “but that doesn’t mean I enjoy it.”
She turned to Kairi. “You?”
“A bit… I’m learning.” She walked up to the gummi-ship, which then opened from the driver inside. “I am going on a mission to help fight with some people who may need my help. I can’t say I enjoy fighting, either, but if I can help them out then…”