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04 August 2009 @ 11:04 pm
Who: Luc, Jeanette, Lucemon, Lilithmon + any other Demon Lords and their servants.
Where: Daemon's Castle
What: Planning for the fight against the digidestined.

The castle was much more of what it was since the time Lilithmon first came there. It was now filled with servants doting all over the place, bowing in the presence of Lucemon and Lilithmon. The place, while still spooky, was now garish, decorated with furniture and frigthful little things, all for the Demon Lords to command over with their own amusement. It was looking far more like a base. The same digimon who had paid respect to their Lords hissed and provoked the two children with berating threats and insults. Though the Lords had explained their plans in brief to their subjects, they had left much out including that the children would actually come to stay with them. Of course for those of the Dark Realm this was most unsatsifactory, left only with sanguine desires.

However, the watchful eyes of their Lords let the digimon know of their place. They would not dare touch the children if their Lords had not asked as surely their data would be extracted on point.

Two LadyDevimon came over to Lilithmon cackling as they stared at the children with great misgivings. She paid them little mind as then truend back to the children, Jeanette still floating within the bed.

"The power Lucemon shall give to you will rid your body of any of the pain you have now, but remember we can also cause more, so make your choices wisely." Lilithmon stirred her fingers within the air, whispering a few things back to the LadyDevimon,

"These two shall take you to your chamber as for now I'm sure you are most tired, as Demon Lords we have much to discuss, but we will have a grand feast so that you may get a welcome we take pleasure in daily." In that moment the two children were whisked away, and Lilithmon turned back towards her Lord, with a rather vile smile on her face. Oh how what was happening pleased her,

"I think we may test their loyalties to fight against their friends. I think if anything it'd be a delicious spectacle."


As they went up the rather large banister, everyone floating apart from Luc, he began humming which only seemed to annoy the two LadyDevimon, but they paid no mind, only staring far in front of them, they cared little for what these horrid little creatures would discuss.

"Aha what an interesting turn of events." Luc chuckled, his sight slowly panning towards Jeanette, "So what are you thoughts?"
neoubermensch on August 5th, 2009 04:26 pm (UTC)
"I doubt either of the two would even pay loyalty to the other." She scoffed, "They both are foolish enough to think that matters would come to benefit them. He, insistent enough to believe that things are irrelevant to himself, and she believes in entitlement to choice. And without their digimon loyalty you are right, we already have the ability within our grasp..."

To destroy them, Lilithmon agreed would be easy but they would perhaps lose the opportunity to understand digivolution, and if it was possible for either she or Lucemon to reach that stage, well then they would truly become of an even greater power. These chidren were mere entities to exact this but they themselves would never have that power. Any association is a false authority.

To Lucemon's words, Lilithmon could see Daemon's mood sour, which only made her burn with delight, her eyes focusing on Daemon's weakening demeanor.

"It is still in the beginning stages anyway my Lord, but it is another way to use them for digivolution still if we had to resort to killing them." Any mention of words of killing, destruction, annihilation coursed through her right arm making it wretch in an almost agony from the inability to exact her intentions.


"And I don't partake in formalities. Sustaining them sustains walls." Luc laughed as he stared over at Jeanette, "Regardless, this is far more productive than traveling with that group of urchins. However, these digimon, if they are anything like what they mirror seem nothing but of malicious intentions."

"Your version of correction is far from objective and because it is so subjective it is foolish of anyone to think you are without emotion..." He sighed choosing not to get in any matters of arguing with her, "...but I suppose I will have to respect it in a matter that I believe in the correction of the world as well." Luc instead, actually felt, rather comfortable around Jeanette. There was no need for games or falsifying any ulterior objectives with her as she would just see through him, but just because she could. And, it didn't worry Luc as long as the others were not present.