”!!” Felix stared at the girl, surprised to see her, but he was glad too. “Um… thank you…” he replied, smiling a bit as he could.
A character his size, skill, and lack of weapons had no right to be in a game like this, sure he was stronger than he looked but a hammer wouldn’t do alot of damage, practiaclly none at all for the likes of annoying creatures that were hidding among the brush.
With retro being mixed up with more graphic, detailed, and sometimes dangerous systems if he didn’t keep his guard up, something far more deadly than a few thick vines would come leaping out at him.
Though she barely knew the arcade herself, she knew leaving the brunette here would just make him an easy target for whoever was lurking nearby. Pfft- classics, they never understood the basics of wandering into a new game.
Thankfully she happened to be around and help him before things got worse, whatever reason Felix came here for surely he’d explain later. But why on earth choose a game like this? Brushing the thought aside as she felt his tiny hands gently grasp her shoulders, hugging the girl the best he could she only tightened her hold around him returning it.
The two finally arrived at the exit, a few shuffles between a pile of branches she was able to get out carrying the injured man with her back to Game Central Station.
Felix was almost asleep. He opened his eyes a bit to notice he was now at the station. He tried to move but felt too tired. He sighed and closed his eyes again.