Target Practice (Bludgeoning Angel Lili-chan) Jun 24, 2016 0:58:07 GMT
Post by Tulf on Jun 24, 2016 0:58:07 GMT
Zell’s complaints about her approach to gun usage immediately earned similar confusion from the little wolf – it took her a minute to notice where the conversation had fallen apart. ”No. I don’t ask someone before I shoot them. I ask my superiors before I shoot them. Otherwise, I get in trouble. People don’t talk when they’re dead.” explained Lili bluntly, seeming a bit annoyed about getting a lecture over nothing. But admittedly, it was something she was used to. She didn’t like to talk too much due to that. ”…people usually don’t talk when they’re dead, anyway. I hate vampires.” added the hybrid, clearly perturbed by the thought.
But that did raise the question of how to fight. Zell’s words were pointless. Rules, factors, feelings – no, that wasn’t it at all. ”You win a fight if you’re stronger. Even if you use your head. That’s strength too, I guess. If things were as simple as you say, everyone would just bring battle rifles to every occasion. That’s worthless.” Lili frowned – this was going to end up being one of those pointless arguments, wasn’t it? Arwen didn’t argue. People should be more like Arwen. ”I only do cleaning, so I don’t play with rifles. They’re not practical for me.”
Oh well. At least she got to talk about guns. ”Germany has a lot of fine work. I would say I like them the best. They tend to be more specialised though. I think that’s a big part in their quality. That said – I like Russian designs too. They are practical. I think the United States’ designs are often too flowery, due to the civilian market.” With that, Lili frowned again – that was a thing that had always bothered. ”I think the civilian market is a bad idea. Guns shouldn’t be treated like icons. They are tools.”
Seeming bemused by the drink left before her, Lili took her glass for her side of the toast, raising it idly – still no smile. Though at least she seemed idly fascinated. She hadn't had alcohol before. But, thankfully, she'd been around the mafia long enough to know this much. ”Zum Wohl.”